Top 10 Songs that Left You in Awe When You First Heard ThemMetal_Treasure Songs that blew your mind because you heard something that impressed you.
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The Top Ten
When I first heard this I was in shock... at how Amazing this was - christangrant
My jaw dropped when I first heard this song... - Metal_Treasure
@Say10 - not only the intro, everything. Composition, instrumental performance and the vocals, especially at 7:00-7:10 ("ah ah ah ah"), which sounds as if a female (soprano) sang it and not a baritone metal singer. Even though I knew Hansi can do everything with his voice and morph it like nobody else, this really surprised me. - Metal_Treasure
As I said in my remix of this list ~
"The song that made me a NIN fan. Incredibly impressive stuff and super fun to listen to. Feels like a horror movie soundtrack."
Best part about this song is that it's almost 7 minutes long, so there's plenty of great moments to fall in love with in this song. - cjWriter1997
I didn't know the full extent of djent until I heard this. I was instantly hooked, and I haven't looked back. - Zalazaar
This is djent baby! - Metal_Treasure
I will never be able to choose between this song and Wheel of Time (also by Blind Guardian). But I remember that this one impressed me more after the first listen. Currently both impress me equally. - Metal_Treasure
That Guitar Solo and Outro left me speechless - christangrant
I was in shock, It was so jaw-dropping...Legendary! - Ananya
Yep, I was blasted with awesomeness - Arcxia
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