Best Songs from Coheed and Cambria's In Keeping Secrets Of Silent Earth: 3

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In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 is the second studio album by rock quartet Coheed and Cambria. It was released on October 7, 2003 through Equal Vision Records. It was recorded at Applehead Recording, Woodstock, New York and produced by Michael Birnbaum and Chris Bittner

The Top Ten

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Undoubtedly my favourite song on the album, everything about it works so well. While the first half of the song is filled with amazing instrumental and vocal arrangements, it's really from the guitar solo onwards where the song really shines. I also greatly appreciate the amazing reprise of Time Consumer's intro. - kempokid

2 The Camper Velourium II: Backend of Forever

This is such an amazingly dark, ominous sounding song, and definitely one of my favourites on the album, above some more popular choices. The way the riffs become when the guitar gains a much heavier tone to them sound absolutely amazing, and the way Claudio can put on this much darker tone to his voice, along with his screaming makes this a definite highlight of the album for me. - kempokid

3 In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3

The intro is really great, and the song has the power that some sort of war march ought to have. The song seamlessly transitions from one epic riff to the next, having an amazing change into much darker territory. The chanting as the song fades out finishes off this amazing song. - kempokid

4 The Crowing

I love the frequent drum fills used in the song, as well as the transition into somewhat more discordant guitar work, with even better drumming to back it up. The layering and harmonies of the vocals in the outro are also great. - kempokid

5 The Light & the Glass

I find this to be a highly emotional song, that while I can't really pick out any individual element I like, I still feel like the entirety of it is absolutely amazing, with the guitar solo near the end to be extremely good, and the vocals to be excellent. - kempokid

6 The Camper Velourium III: Al the Killer

Out of the 3 parts to this suite, I'd put this slightly above part 1 as I find it greatly enjoyable, and find the distortion on Claudio's voice combined with the vocal layering to give the song an eerie atmosphere. - kempokid

7 The Camper Velourium I: Faint of Hearts

I really love the riffs in this song, especially the one from the intro, which has a really feel good, bouncy feel to it. While it's another very poppy kind of song, I really love this one. - kempokid

8 A Favor House Atlantic

Very much focusing on the strong punk rock influence that the band has, this song stands out, and is another extremely fun song to listen to. - kempokid

9 Three Evils (Embodied In Love and Shadow)

One of the more pop oriented songs on the album, but the energy provided is undeniable, and I especially find myself loving the outro, which the high notes reached are quite good, and the section is just incredibly catchy. - kempokid

10 Cuts Marked In the March of Men

An all around decent song, nothing standing out all that much other than the great chorus, but the song is just extremely enjoyable to listen to in general despite the lack of any particularly memorable parts. - kempokid

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