Best Moments of Specific SongsHarry_Lime The Best Moments from music, an amazing part from any song that rises above music and becomes powerful and timeless art.
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To me, this is the pinnacle of music. Every time I hear the ending of this song I am transported to a different place and time. It ceases to be just music, and it becomes an experience unto itself. - Harry_Lime
Every single moment of this song is significantly amazing.
The "Machine Gun" Part is the intense instrumental part before and during the lines that begin with "Darkness imprisoning me".
The "Machine Gun" Part isn't an official term - fans use this description but if you hear that part you will understand why. - Metal_Treasure
Glad to see this on here. That part is beautiful. Especially when the pipe organ comes in. - Gg2000
Because the intro is very long, the song sample features part of it - the violin and drums are awesome. - Metal_Treasure
Yes! - LightningStrike
Gorgeous Gregorian chanting. It's even more impressive if you know that all multi-layered vocal tracks with the beautiful overlapping harmonies were sung by one person only - the lead singer. There's no actual choir. Hands down. A vocal god right here. - Metal_Treasure
Vocals in the intro are really impressive - great long sustains and a masterful scream. - Metal_Treasure
At a live show the crowd sang the chorus for about 4 minutes and didn't want to stop.
"Valhalla - Deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me" - Metal_Treasure
The whole song is perfect. End of discussion - BIG260911
Play the sample to hear part of the impressive vocals to the Intro - Metal_Treasure
My favourite part of ANY song. - ParasN2000
Love this part, for me it makes the song! - Harry_Lime
Oh yes! - Metal_Treasure
Great awesome part, but I personally prefer Willow Farm. - Harry_Lime
Oh man, I forgot about Willow Farm. That section is also on its own level of amazing.
The weaver in the web that he made!
This section effectively proves the grand abilities of Peter Hammill's vocals. Not to mention how well all the instruments flow together.
The middle of the song is famous for its vocal interlude, where Freddie Mercury sings along with himself thanks to a tape delay. I first heard it (and the rest of A Night of the Opera) at age 12 (I think); it blew my mind. - Gg2000
The whole song builds up to an incredible climax with great vocals and a memorable guitar solo.
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