Best Coheed and Cambria Songs
I've been a huge fan since I was a child. Out of any band Coheed had the biggest impact on my adolescence. Welcome Home is great but it's not even in the top 10 for, and possibly not even in my top 15 or 20. Great song, but every time I see a top 10 list and this is at the top I sigh and know that the list will be bad :/
This was probably one of the first rock songs that I listened to and I was nearly hypnotized! This song is what got me hooked on the whole genre. I listened to it MANY years ago and to this day it is still one of my favorite songs.
This song is EPIC. If you haven't heard it, do yourself a favor and go have a listen. I mean, I always though coheed and cambria was an overrated band. After I heard this... my god, it left me speechless. I wanna see them live!
I don't know much about coheed and cambria, but I think that this song will be a classic in about twenty years.
All of their other stuff wont be known much, but this will live on.
One of Coheed and Cambria's longer tracks, it's definitely an unforgettable one, the always find myself listening to it in it's entirety.
Tons of great songs to choose from, but this one inspires, rocks, and frightens. It is intense and keeps you coming back for more.
This song is a masterpiece, by far my favourite, full of emotion and powerful moments!
Such an epic song, the perfect mixture between power and emotion for 8 perfect minutes
What?! Not even on the list! I love all of Coheed's songs, I can't specifically pick a favorite, but seriously, this song is incredible and so catchy!
Welcome Home is a brilliant song, and I praise it for giving Coheed and Cambria the attention and recognition they deserve, but believe me, it's not the best they have to offer.
Wow, just heard it, amazing
The best song they do in my opinion, I understand its more punk rock then Coheed's normal style, but it shows the extent of their musical prowess by going into a different style and being better then just about everyone else.
Best song ever made by coheed and cambria. How come pearl of the stars isn't on this list? I cry when I listen to that song. All of their songs ar
An amazing example of their earlier works, with powerful lyrics and a grooving rhythm throughout. By far the catchiest, most well rounded song. I would recommend this to anyone new to Coheed as part of the first five songs you should hear: The Suffering, The Crowing, In Keeping Secrets, The Hard Sell and The Broken. Refrain from listening to Welcome Home and A Favor House Atlantic until much later.
How the hell is this not number one this is there biggest song without a doubt. It's the only son that gets radio play.
Reminds me of going on vacation with my family. I played this song constantly. Good memories
Best hands down, watched the music video every morning in 7th grade.
Great song and the video makes it even better!
Easily a top 10, probably top 5 Coheed song!
Why did I do to deserve THIS? I mean, I'm so happy listening to this song :D, Love Coheed and Cambria!
I love this song :D
This was the pinnacle song for me. Prior to hearing The Crowing, I had only ever heard A Favor House Atlantic due to its popularity on MTV at the time it was released. I didn't look further into the band until I heard this song as the credit music to an animation I'd watched, and I immediately wanted to listen to more material. Not only is the song dynamic in its tone, ranging from calm melodies to the harder ending, the lyrics fit well to the story told in The Amory Wars of the events leading up to the name of the song. Claudio is a fantastic singer, and this song definitely showcases how well he can create harmonies. Off the Beat also made a fantastic A Capella rendition, which this song so well deserves.
The Crowing is one of the greatest songs from the definitive album of the legendary band Coheed and Cambria. Instead of opting to follow the typical verse-chorus-verse song structure so often followed by bands, The Crowing does a couple simple verses and choruses, then changes direction completely, with a long bridge and interlude section, before heading into the minute and a half outro, complete with an insane breakdown, that makes the song the incredible piece of art that it is. Not to mention, it is one of the trickiest songs guitar-wise that Coheed has ever written. My personal favorite, along with IKSOSE:3
AMAZING SONG! I'm a drummer and it's one of the few rock songs that I can really enjoy playing along with. I love how much thought went into this song. The drums are just so tasteful, and I love how complex the drums are without the song sounding like a big drum solo. I know this is definitely centered from the drummer's perpective, but that's what I am so...
The absolute best Coheed and Cambria song! A paradigm for progressive music to follow. It is written like a short suite, without many interludes, instead just delving right into the next part. Absolutely fantastic!
Time consumer has the best intro serrated with raw emotions through the verses until the outro!
Best song, no doubt
I'm suprised it's so low
This is honestly the best song ever written. The emotion that comes out of this song is breathtaking. Mother Superior is the best taste of Coheed that one can get. The way the song progresses and builds up to that last minute is amazing. Ever heard the crowd sing that last bit at a Coheed show? Amazing.
This should be number ONE. People that say Welcome Home are the people that ONLY know that song. They have dozens of songs better. Every song off Second Stage Turbine Blade and In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth:3 is better.
When I first heard this song, I knew right from the start that this would become my favorite song from Coheed and Cambria.
Welcome home is terrible and overrated, This one is perfect in every way. Far superior than the rest on this list.
No matter how many times I have hears this song (A LOT by the way) I always recognise this as some of Coheed and Cambria's best work. Also, am I the only person who thinks ths reads almost like a suicide note from Joker to Batman?
As a huge fan of the Batman Arkham games and coheed and cambria, these two goes well together. I wouldn't mind hearing more batman soundtracks from them. One of their best in my opinion!
From the Batman Arkham city album you HAVE to listen to this before you vote trust me you'll think it's their BEST!
Musicianship at it's absolute finest! This incredibly beautiful and powerful song moves me to tears with its breathtaking skill and seeing it performed live is a religious experience!
Only Decent song this lousy band has and must be listened to live. Otherwise studio version sucks, wow what and annoying voice the singer has; good guitar skills though!
This song should be in the top 5. The only reason "Welcome Home" is #1 is because it is a mainstream song. There is so much more greatness deep inside the belly of this band.
These douchebag fans wouldn't know a good song if it bend them over and banged them all night long!
This is ROCK! More rock that the others! This is what puts the sun in the sky even if it's raining. Yeah man!
The band's talent really shows here. Awesome song.
I love all of these guys' songs but for some reason out of all of them this one just always sticks with me the most. If it wasn't this, it'd be Wishing Well II.
I like this music because it's so very rock in roll
2 words. The harmonies
VERY UNDErrated SONG. Give it a listen the whole way through. iTunes previews don't do justice.
This song has 10 bridges it doesn't get any better than this. The song continually gets cooler the farther you get into it.
Why the hell is this so far down?! This list is so misleading to potential Coheed fans!
I expected top 5 for this and the rest of the Willing Well to be up there too.
Why not in top 1-20? Great song,
This song is absolutely incredible. It changes pace so many times, but it still manages to keep that intense feeling throughout the almost 8 minute run time. And what an ending...
Amazing song, totally deserves to be in top 10!
So god, one of there best
Most epic c&c song!
What?!? Coheed and cambria I probably one of the most best bands I know! Amasing music, breath taking meaning to their songs. But I was positive this would be nere the top! Oh we'll I gues it's just my opinion :P I'm also curious why the crowing isn't in the top 10
Gotta put this one as my #1. This one in particular has so much bite and passion to it, definitely gets me so pumped when I hear it.
Love this song. Makes me want to take on anything.
What an amazing song.
A very complex song that makes the wait through some of the samey stuff in the middle of the album worthwhile.
Best song of theirs!
This song has probably the best chorus Coheed's ever written, and the guitar part is sick.
Loved this song since I first heard it!
Thanks all for sharing the best songs :) Made my life easier by picking the best ones.
Coheed does a lot of things very well, and sometimes their progressiveness get's lost on some people. However, I don't care who you are, if you are not tapping your foot and nodding your head by the end of this song, you must be deaf.
A Coheed song with rapid pacing, an awesome solo and a crazy, yet intriguing story. Arguably Coheed's best song in this type of structure!
I blast this song in my car every single day. Along with "Once Upon Your Dead Body" which isn't anywhere on this list? I'm outraged
One of the first songs I've heard, and it's remained my favorite. Definitely reccomend it for top spot.
For being a coheed fan for YEARS, this is honestly one of their best songs! It's so underrated, give it a listen. The harmonies are incredible.
How this is all the way down in 42nd is beyond me. It's like a better version of The Suffering
This song is so far down the list and it should be around the 9 or 10 mark.
40!? Weak sauce. This song rocks.
By far their best work. SSTB blows welcome home out of the water. And this song is the best from SSTB. Fear through the eyes of madness should be higher. So should 2113.
What why is this one down here?
This list is out of order.
This list is unfair.
Quite possibly the best song of the Aftermath duo and one of their strongest across all their albums. The choruses are both big and bold giving of a cinematic feeling not felt in any of their previous releases. Although the guitar work isn't as crazy as many of Coheed's more bombastic tunes there's enough in it to give of a dynamic feel without detracting from the power of the climactic end chorus.
The absolute best, story-wise, musically and in general, the peak of their creativity and everything that makes them what they are.
"Caged! Locked in perpetual motion..."
This song builds and builds and rewards with an unforgettable ending chorus. Needs to be MUCH higher on this list.
They got me into their music with this one, it's clearly the best in my opinion, I wonder why it's not much higher in this top.