From the album Phantasmagore (2006) Lyrics: (Here we are) Here we are, haven't we come far From the tragic things we knew Gone is the dark, where the demons flock In the mountains they've got no view (Close your eyes) And realize that it's do or die And be not quick to miss a move (So surreal) The fee is low The feature's passing I hear a song of the truth I'm asking I don't know what the future holds No, I don't know what's in store Well, all I want is another chance to use life for what it's for... (Overall) Overall, I'll admit, it's old And I've got nothing to prove I feel the throne when the loving is on So drenched in my favourite mood With the sound above the ground in a world renowned For the best place to sing the blues The fee is low and the feature's passing I know it's wrong but it's all I'm asking I don't know what the future holds No, I don't know what's in store Well, all I want is another chance to use life for what it's for... 'Cause I know things that no one knows and who needs anymore... Can't you see that there's things in me that nobody ever saw? And I know that someone feels the same way too, yeah I'm thinking that I'll never see the end of you, yeah I don't know what the future holds No, I don't know what's in store Well, all I want is another chance To use life for what it's for 'Cause I know things that no one knows and who needs anymore... And I'll go places nobody goes I'll walk free through clamouring doors All I want is another chance to use life for what it's for...
Views: 12225 Robert James Slessor
1. Foo Fighters - Promo Only Modern Rock October - All My Life 2. Matchbox Twenty - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Disease (Album Version) 3. 3 Doors Down - Promo Only Modern Rock October - When I'm Gone 4. Mudvayne - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Not Falling 5. Saliva - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Always 6. New Found Glory - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Head On Collision 7. The Vines - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Outtathaway 8. Jimmy Eat World - Promo Only Modern Rock October - A Praise Chorus 9. Default - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Live A Lie (Album Version) 10. The Donnas - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Take It Off 11. Nonpoint - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Development 12. Andrew W.K. - Promo Only Modern Rock October - We Want Fun 13. Cky - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Flesh Into Gear 14. Clockwise - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Lay Her Down (Clean Version) 15. Deadsy - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Brand New Love 16. Phantom Planet - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Lonely Day 17. The Exies - Promo Only Modern Rock October - My Goddess (Album Version) 18. Tabitha's Secret - Promo Only Modern Rock October - Dear Joan Rock Hits deadsy - Brand New Love - Promo Only Modern Rock October
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fair use herp derp copyright blah blah I lost my actual CD of this album many years ago. I downloaded this and the files didn't include "She Likes Big Words" so that track is missing from this album. Sorry :( 1. The Key To Gramercy Park - 0:00 2. Winners - 3:12 3. Brand New Love - 7:30 4. Mansion World - 11:45 5. Lake Waramaug - 16:54 6. The Elements - 21:09 7. Flowing Glower - 26:27 8. Future Years - 31:21 10. Cruella - 36:45 11. Seagulls (The Macroprosopus) - 42:42 12. Le Cirque En Rose - 48:39 13. Tom Sawyer - 53:27 14. Commencement - 57:39
Views: 54986 John Stancil
0:00 ~ Lake Waramaug 4:35 ~ The Elements 9:56 ~ Flowing Glower 14:53 ~ Future Years 20:19 ~ From Beyond (Instrumental) 23:51 ~ Anti-Pop (Kommunity FK Cover) 27:26 ~ Cruella 33:22 ~ This Goodnight 38:21 ~ Sleepy Hollow (Ft. Jonathan Davis of KoRn) DEADSY's first album slated to release on February 25th 1997, the album was shelved after Sire and Electra split ways, this eventually led to the 1999 Commencement release which was also scrapped when DEADSY left the label. The majority of the photos shown are from the 1995-97 Era of DEADSY, most of which consist of the infamous Coney Island show.
Views: 11643 The Mansion World
Album: Phantasmagore One of the things they wanted was to deconstruct a band favorite in their cover song, Elijah said(Mitch Schneider Organization Article.)"We like the idea of spinning some musical heritage into a modern record and making it sound like it belongs there," Blue confides. "I welcome that challenge." Still, he jokes, "We included more Indian instruments on there than Brian Jones did -- that's live harmonium, tambour and sarongi." A display of true unusual dedication in today's music world, this band took the unprecedented step of actually making personal phone calls to their fans termed "Legions," during their Tour. In addition to meeting countless fans and loyal supporters for hours for autographs, poster and CD signings, and posing for photos. The lead singer and lead guitarist is Elijah Blue Allman, stage name P. Exeter Blue I, for the rock band Deadsy which consists of Alec Pure on drums, Dr. Nner on synthesizer, Carlton Megalodon on Z-tar, and Jens Funke on bass. Elijah, who recently embarked on a promising solo career, is deserving of much praise for being born to celebrities CHER and Gregg Allman but not letting that status keep him from being considerate, responsible, personable, and conscientious. He has overcome many obstacles, including people who credited his success merely due to his background, creating this band on his own, with a very determined, unselfish work ethic and spirit. Before his band DEADSY was born, I saw him, at age 14, play with CHER in Salem, Oregon. It poured down rain the entire time, but he never stopped once or even flinched or looked unhappy. Incredible spirit and determination. Deserving of his recent success. Remarkable song and awesome solo demos. ********************** CONCERT REVIEW COURTESY OF TAMI LORENZ D E A D S Y TIL WE DIE PART 2 Elijah Blue Allman: Guitar/Vocals Carlton Megalodon: Z-tar/Guitar Dr. Nner: Synthesizers Alec Pure: Drums Creature: Bass The four-hour drive one way was worth it, originally in fear & loathing in Las Vegas. The city of Cabazon was amazing. Set amongst the palms and hills of the San Fernando Valley's grassy, mountains, brown from the sun, near resort towns Indio and Palm Springs. The Morongo Indian Casino with the brand new stage venue, Key Club. A gorgeous, unique, circular casino with three floors. The view was incredible at varying levels. Not as incredible as D E A D S Y though. Opening for She Wants Revenge. D E A D S Y's intensity and rhythmic beat, held the audience captivated, head-bangin', keepin' time. Their graciousness to Legion's and the willingness of band members and friends to pose for photos was appreciated, being imitated by others in the industry more lately. (Indeed, their style is unique. I will never forget how Creature gave me a personal call at home to thank me for the support as part of a call the fans, campaign). Alec Pure, in particular, was very energetic and unusually eager to pound his drums to new highs with his fabulous style, right on track and in sync with the light show, always polite and professional. Expert, task-master, Elijah's haunting refrains, leading the way in his awesome Wuthering Heights style, with well-pronounced and amazing recollection of his original, complicated lyrics in front of the maddening crowd, once again remarkable. Dr. Nner's hair looked blonder and shinier than ever as he used his synthesizer and keyboards to continue to add the captivating harpsichord melodies of old favorites like "Mansion World." Carlton was alert and in perfect harmony as usual. He and Claudia, of the band Lunar Click, always extremely sincere and considerate, their sense of fashion style, appreciated and amazing. Creature's performance & style was noticeably missing due to a bad broken finger, so another bass guitarist played in his stead. The bands performance, clearly dynamic, even led to a brief chorus of "D E A D S Y" resonating from the floor. From a sophisticated audience, refreshing to contribute to this promulgation. The only concern I had was it was tough to hear the vocals because the music seemed louder. Highly recommended pre-Halloween musical experience, a lasting memory. ********************** This is a fan made video. No copyright infringement intended. I own nothing. Taken from their album "Phantasmagore." All images copyright their respected owners. Please message me if I used one of your images so I will assign proper credit. Vocals: Elijah Blue Allman http://www.myspace.com/elijahbluemusic http://www.myspace.com/deadsy
Views: 274457 EcstaticMomentz
I got a 2 signature copy of Deadsy's third and last album, "Phantasmagore", this version however, is the Advance/Promo version of which has alternate mixing and extended outros on the songs. It's not much different from the commercial release, but it's still something I hope the Legions will enjoy. Deadsy Legions Facebook Page ~ https://www.facebook.com/DeadsyLegions/timeline 0:00 ~ Razor Love 3:02 ~ Carrying Over 6:52 ~ Babes In Abyss 10:08 ~ Paint It Black 13:30 ~ Better Than You Know 19:04 ~ Book Of Black Dreams 22:37 ~ Asura 26:07 ~ The Last Story Ever 29:45 ~ Phantasmagore 35:06 ~ Time (I AM THE GREAT DESTROYER OF WORLDS) 38:17 ~ Health And Theory
Views: 34568 The Mansion World
This is footage of Deadsy playing in Nashville during the 2006 Family Values tour, it was shot from the lawn, and I do not know who shot it at all. It was given to me by the same Legion who shared the Atlanta footage with me. Deadsy Legions Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/DeadsyLegions
Views: 4955 The Mansion World
Once upon, and once up high A dandy dream, what means to die? Things to come, as life goes by The core of human equation Tetragram present the sign A sign to save your eyes Turn around, I'd like to know you Everywhere and every why The answer lay beyond the sky Pass through the seven satellites pass on to the place we go to (Learn to read!) To rhyme, to count your primes An earthly education (Climb A Tree!) In life in hopes to find (The mid-space time - dilation) On a Mansion World, the role's reversed A slave becomes a master On a Mansion World, the soul's converse And life moves a little faster We unify the universe to arrive in the ever after In the Mansion World, I might like to know you Now and then it comes to mind I draw upon a long lost time So don't ask me why the angels won't cry 'cause you know what I've already told you Memories of Urantia girls they race around my brain in swirls You never ask me why the change is in the sky bring you up which to the hole that you go through And now you're off you've done the time Prepare for divine invasion As the spirit climbs Morontia minds Ascend to the cosmic nation On a Mansion World, the role's reversed A slave becomes a master On a Mansion World, the soul's converse And life moves a little faster We unify the universe And arrive in the ever after In the Mansion World, I might like to know you New Urantia girl, everything's below you On a Mansion World, the role's reversed A slave becomes a master On a Mansion World, the soul's converse And life moves a little faster We unify the universe And arrive in the ever after In the Mansion World, I might like to know you Once upon, and once up high A dandy dream, what means to die?
Views: 65438 Jaimie Dunlap
REVIEW OF DEADSY PHANTASMAGORE CD P. Exeter Blue I: Guitar/Vocals Carlton Megalodon: Z-tar/Guitar Dr. Nner: Synthesizers Creature: Bass Alec Püre: Drums DEADSY TIL WE DIE Despite the fact that musicians abhor comparisons to other talent, I do find that Deadsy's second release, draws on the depth of young-Black Sabbath. It is more rock now, less goth. One may hear RUSH similarities in the intense bass and extended chorus. The synchronized rhythms and beats are Alice & Chain-ish, with appropriate angst of Guns & Roses. You may hear intensity in the impending harmony of Queensryche. You will hear Stone's Paint it Black and bits of Led Zeppelin's Immigrant Song in Time. Even in Black Dreams, a distortion technique brings a touch of mainstream with Bon Jovi. I didn't use to love Deadsy. I started listening when I heard Cher & Elijah's version of Crimson & Clover, a cut above Tommy James & the Shondells. And got curious about Elijah's music (P. Exeter Blue I). I liked Mansion World on Commencement. I liked Key To Gramercy Park. And Flowing Glower hinted at the depth of original lyrics to follow. The second track on the latest release, Carrying Over, is better than a continuation. It is masterful, as is the amazing title track, Phantasmagore. Now I love Deadsy. They are definitely Better Than I Know. The haunting medleys can transport me to Urantia-Land, drug free, anytime. Many are thinking they could win a World Music Award for Best Original English Lyrics. And Media Future (myspace.com/media future) says Deadsy has the BEST SPACE on MySpace. REVIEW COURTESY OF TAMI LORENZ ************************** Before his band DEADSY was born, I saw him, at age 14, play with CHER in Salem, Oregon. It poured down rain the entire time, but he never stopped once or even flinched or looked unhappy. Incredible spirit and determination. Deserving of his recent success. Remarkable song and awesome solo demos. Rob Brill - Engineer Rob Brill - Mixing Leslie Hall - Organ Leslie Hall - Piano Leslie Hall - Mellotron Bill Kennedy - Mixing Stephen Marcussen - Mastering Jamie Talbot - Creative Director Brian Virtue - Mixing Stewart Whitmore - Digital Editing Tim Harkins - Engineer E. Blue - Producer E. Blue - Art Direction Megalodon - Synthesizer Megalodon - Guitar Megalodon - ? Brian Humphrey - Producer Brian Humphrey - Engineer Jamie Anderson - Cover Photo Marty Alan - Sitar Daniel Sena - Creative Director Nner - Synthesizer Nner - Vocals April Syrek - Cover Photo This is a fan made video. This is not official. No copyright infringement intended. I own nothing. Taken from their album "Phantasmagore." All images copyright their respected owners. Please message me if I used one of your images so I will assign proper credit. http://www.myspace.com/elijahbluemusic http://www.myspace.com/deadsy
Views: 107337 EcstaticMomentz
Marilyn Manson has nothing to do with this song, despite popular belief. This is the last song on the self-titled album by Deadsy, Featuring Jonathan Davis of Korn.
Views: 2147 Disembodied Voices