A Favor House Atlantic

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"A Favor House Atlantic"
Single by Coheed and Cambria
from the album In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3
Released 2004
Format CD
Recorded 2003
Genre New prog, emo,[1] pop punk
Length 3:53
Label Columbia, Equal Vision
Producer(s) Michael Birnbaum, Chris Bittner
Coheed and Cambria singles chronology
"Devil in Jersey City"
(2004)
"A Favor House Atlantic"
(2004)
"Blood Red Summer"
(2004)
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"A Favor House Atlantic" is a song by rock band Coheed and Cambria from their 2003 album In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3.

The song was one of Coheed and Cambria's breakout singles. It features the characters Claudio and Al the Killer, and is part of the sci-fi saga that is present in all of the band's songs. In contrast to other songs on the album, "A Favor House Atlantic" has been described as a "fairly straightforward [slice] of emo".[1]

The song is featured in ATV Offroad Fury 3. It was also made available as a downloadable, playable track for the music video game series Rock Band as part of the Bonnaroo Pack.[2]

Music video[edit]

There are two versions of the music video of the song. The first, directed by Christian Winters, revolves around the band in a bar, attempting to pick up women. Meanwhile, an alternate version of the band performs the song on the stage. This version could be considered an "80s" version of the band as they wear typical 80s rock style attire such as headbands and tight clothes.

The video's humor is very tongue-in-cheek featuring antics such as drummer Josh Eppard attempting to look up girls' dresses, bassist Michael Todd in a drunken stupor soliciting the services of a drag queen, and the band insulting itself.

The second version is an animated video, telling a story from the Amory Wars. Rather than being about Claudio and Al the Killer, however, it is about Coheed and Cambria as teenagers.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Coheed and Cambria 'In Keeping Secrets Of The Silent Earth: 3'". Xfm Online. Archived from the original on 3 February 2008. Retrieved 29 January 2008. 
  2. ^ "DLC Week of 6/2 Bonnaroo Pack! // Rock Band®". Rockband.com. 2009-05-29. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 

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