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Alone (Bullet for My Valentine song)[edit]

"Alone"
File:Alone - Bullet for My Valentine.jpg
Single by Bullet for My Valentine
from the album Fever
A-side "Alone"
B-side "The Last Fight (Instrumental)"
Released July 20th, 2010[1]
Format Digital download
CD Single[2]
Recorded April-December 2009
The Document Room
(Malibu, California)
Monnow Valley Studio
(Monmouth, Wales)
Genre Heavy metal[3]
Thrash metal[4]
Length 5:56
Label Jive
Writer(s) Matthew Tuck
Producer(s) Don Gilmore
Certification Platinum (RIAA)
Bullet for My Valentine singles chronology
"The Last Fight"
(2010)
"Alone"
(2010)
"Pleasure and Pain"
(2010)

Alone is a song by Welsh metal band, Bullet for My Valentine, released as the third single from their third album, Fever, on July 20th, 2010 to the radio[1] and on CD format with an instrumental version of "The Last Fight" as a B-side.[2]

Reception[edit]

Along all Fever tracks, one of the most recognized songs by the critics is "Alone". BBC describes it as "[...] the brightest standout, which rocks to a rampaging riff that courses all the way to its core – it's sure to give any listener shivers, such is its magnitude".[5] Billboard fully enjoyed it, saying that "[...] [Alone] offers six minutes of epic ebb-and-flow orchestration"[6]; and among many other critics strongly recommends to listen.[7][8][9] Even critics like AbsolutePunk, who really disliked the album, recognized "Alone" as "the standout track" which its "[..] chorus is sing-along-able and the guitar solo is harmonized and completely brutal!".[8]

The song was the first one to be revealed when the band announced to be recording a then-new-untitled album in November 2009, in an interview that vocalist, Matthew Tuck, had with Metal Hammer UK magazine:

[...] The song is the song as an entity, but there should always be one or two parts in a song where you're like, 'fuck that was cool!' or you just want to bang your head and stick your fists in the air. There's one song on there called Alone – I’ll give you that, exclusive, ha ha – it has this one moment in the middle where it has this key change that turns it from this shreddy metal riff to like a dark demonic almost Scandinavian metal section – just from the key change. It's pretty cool. It’s super dark, the darkest thing we've ever done.[10]

Music video[edit]

The music video was released for the UK on March 12, 2010 on the band's MySpace website and on March 18, 2010 worldwide. It consists of a fight between two men in a poor-lighted room while the band is playing the song apparently in the same place. After a long fight, the masked fighter's mask is removed, and it is shown that the man was fighting himself.

Track listing[edit]

Promo single
  1. "Alone" (Radio Edit) – 4:48
US CD Single
  1. "Alone" (Album Version) - 5:56
  2. "The Last Fight" (Instrumental Version) - 4:18
UK CD Single
  1. "Alone" (Album Version) - 5:56
  2. "Alone" (Chris Lord-Alge Mix) - 5:56
German CD Single
  1. "Alone" (Radio Mix) – 5:03
  2. "Alone" (Album Version) - 5:56

Personnel[edit]

Bullet for My Valentine
Production

Slipknot[edit]

# Name Age Instrument Active
#0 Sid Wilson 33 (youngest) Turntables, keyboard 1998–present
#1 Joey Jordison 35 Drums 1995–present
#2 Paul Gray 38 Bass 1995–2010
#3 Chris Fehn 38 Custom percussion, backing vocals 1998–present
#4 James Root 39 Guitar 1998–present
#5 Craig Jones 38 Samples, media, guitars, keyboard 1996–present
#6 Shawn Crahan 41 (eldest) Custom percussion, backing vocals 1995–present
#7 Mick Thomson 35 Guitar 1996–present
#8 Corey Taylor 36 Lead vocals 1998–present

Mutiny Within track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Chris Clancy. All music composed by Andrew Jacobs, except where noted.[13]

Standard edition
  1. "Awake" – 3:45
  2. "Images" – 3:27
    • Music: Andrew Jacobs, Daniel Bage and Brandon Jacobs.
  3. "Falling Forever" – 3:51
  4. "Year of Affliction" – 3:45
  5. "Forsaken" – 3:40
    • Music: Daniel Bage, Drew Stavola, Brandon Jacobs, Andrew Jacobs and Chris Clancy.
  6. "Lethean" – 3:34
  7. "Oblivion" – 3:44
  8. "Undone" – 3:18
    • Music: Brandon Jacobs, Andrew Jacobs, Drew Stavola and Chris Clancy.
  9. "Hours" – 2:59
  10. "Suffocate" – 4:37
    • Music: Andrew Jacobs and Brandon Jacobs.
  11. "Reflections" – 3:45
    • Music: Andrew Jacobs and Drew Stavola.

DK Jamz[edit]

Donkey Kong Country also had a popular soundtrack which was released on CD under the title DK Jamz. Composers Robin Beanland, Eveline Fischer and David Wise collaborated on this ensemble of jungle music. Released on March 1, 1995, DK Jamz consists of fifty tracks, of which tracks 24–48 are completely silent, and the remaining two tracks in the end are 'secret' bonus tracks not listed in the back of the disc cover. The soundtrack was also the focus of an OverClocked ReMix collaboration titled Kong in Concert, later praised by Wise.[15]

The soundtrack is known for its atmospheric music, mixing natural environmental sounds with prominent melodic and percussive accompaniment. It features a wide variety of different musical styles that attempt to be evocative of the environments they appear in. This varies with the differing areas of the game, and includes music from levels set in Africa-inspired jungles, caverns, oceanic reefs, frozen landscapes, and industrial factories. David Wise has stated that he wanted the music produced by the Super NES' SPC700 chip for the game to sound similar to the Korg Wavestation synthesizer.[16]

In the Presence of Enemies[edit]

"In the Presence of Enemies"
Song by Dream Theater from the album Systematic Chaos
Released June 4, 2007
Recorded September 2006 – February 2007 at Avatar Studios in New York City
Genre Progressive metal
Length 25:38
Label Roadrunner
Writer John Petrucci
Composer Dream Theater
Producer John Petrucci and Mike Portnoy

"In the Presence of Enemies" is a song by progressive metal band Dream Theater, which is featured in their ninth studio album Systematic Chaos. The song is split into two parts: "Part I", which is the opening of the album, and "Part II" as the final track. Clocking at 25:38 with both parts together, it is one of the longest tracks recorded by the band.

Background[edit]

The first song recorded, the twenty-five-minute epic "In the Presence of Enemies", was described by Petrucci as the "epitome of a Dream Theater creation".[18] He went on to describe the track as "very progressive, very long"; also noting that it set a good tone for writing and recording the rest of the album.[18] The song was split into two parts for the album, due to its being a good open and close to the album. According to Portnoy, the band felt it was too long to open the album, but did not want to close the album with a long song, as they had with the twenty-four-minute title track of their last album Octavarium (2005).[19] The song is normally played in its entirety in live shows.[20] The story of this song was inspired by a Korean manga named Priest, as Petrucci explains that not being a manga fan, precisely, "[...] I like it though. This one, I just stumbled upon and I really liked the content. It inspired me to take a different approach lyrically. You have to keep things interesting for yourself when writing new material so I just took this and ran with it. [...] Those types of lyrics are fun to write, you know? The dark subject matter, the dark master stuff. It's another way of writing, a fresh one to me."[21] It was included on the live DVD Chaos in Motion 2007–2008.

Tracklisting[edit]

All lyrics written by John Petrucci, all music composed by Dream Theater.

No. Title Length
1. "In the Presence of Enemies - Part I"
  • I. "Prelude"
  • II. "Resurrection"  
9:00
  • 4:15
  • 4:45
2. "In the Presence of Enemies - Part II"
  • III. "Heretic"
  • IV. "The Slaughter of the Damned"
  • V. "The Reckoning"
  • VI. "Salvation"  
16:38
  • 6:10
  • 3:07
  • 3:27
  • 3:54
Total length:
25:38

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Bullet For My Valentine Announce Title Of New Album". Rock Sound. February 16, 2010. Retrieved April 2, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Bullet For My Valentine Celebrate Record Store Day". Rock Sound. April 16, 2010. Retrieved April 22, 2010. 
  3. ^ Freeman, Phil. "Review: Fever". Allmusic. Retrieved 11 April 2010. 
    "[...] It's a solid disc by a group that knows its own strengths."
  4. ^ Cite error: The named reference RockSound was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  5. ^ Rauf, Raziq (April 16, 2010). "Bullet For My Valentine - Fever Review". BBC. Retrieved April 26, 2010. 
    "[...] This collection will raise the temperatures of metal fans across the globe."
  6. ^ Graff, Gary (May 14, 2010). "Bullet for My Valentine, Fever". Billboard. Retrieved May 31, 2010. 
    "[...] It's clear on Fever that Bullet for My Valentine is hot to step closer to the metal mainstream."
  7. ^ Edna, Gundersen (April 27, 2010). "Listen Up: B.o.B brings his own blend of everything". USA Today. Retrieved May 2, 2010. 
    "[...] Download: Alone and The Last Fight"
  8. ^ a b Nassiff, Thomas (April 24, 2010). "Bullet For My Valentine - Fever". "AbsolutePunk. Retrieved April 25, 2010. 
  9. ^ Cite error: The named reference PopFever was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  10. ^ "Bullet For My Valentine Talk To Us About Their New Album". Metal Hammer. November 20th, 2009. Retrieved July 15th, 2010. 
  11. ^ "Your Betrayal - Music Video Description". Underground Video Television. April 12, 2010. Retrieved April 15, 2010. 
  12. ^ "Bullet For My Valentine Shooting Two New Videos". Rochester At Home. February 24, 2010. Retrieved March 14, 2010. 
  13. ^ Mutiny Within (CD booklet) (Media notes). Mutiny Within. Roadrunner Records. 2010. pp. 1–8. 1686-178962. 
  14. ^ "Mutiny Within (Special Edition) - Mutiny Within". Apple Inc. February 19, 2010. Retrieved May 25, 2010. 
  15. ^ OverClocked ReMix. "Industry Recognition - OCRWiki". OverClocked ReMix. Retrieved September 26, 2008. 
  16. ^ Rare: The Tepid Seat - Rare Music Team (December 2004)
  17. ^ Rare: Scribes (December 21, 2005) at Internet Archive
    "Robin did Funky's Fugue, Eveline did Simian Segue, Candy's Love Song, Voices of the Temple, Forest Frenzy, Tree Top Rock, Northern Hemispheres and Ice Cave Chant, and the rest was the doing of Mr. Wise."
  18. ^ a b John Petrucci, Chaos in Progress. Event occurs at 6:05.
  19. ^ Mike Portnoy, The Mirror. Event occurs at 4:07.
  20. ^ Mike Portnoy, The Mirror. Event occurs at 5:05.
  21. ^ Bort (2007-10-05). "Interview with John Petrucci". FiveEight.com. Retrieved 2010-09-18. 

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