Behold, the birth of a new segment on the website.
Crash And Ride Music is going to introduce occasional Top 5 segments in hopes that we will rattle some cages and hear your opinions of some of my favorite songs. Or maybe your opinions will match our own.
Coheed and Cambria is a band that has evolved so much over the span of their careers. It’s kind of hard to pick which of their many songs is best. Some listeners might like their more radio-friendly hits, and others might like the longer epics. Nonetheless, C&RM has attempted to pin down those noteworthy songs and determine which are the best.
Without further ado, C&RM’s Top 5 Best Coheed and Cambria songs:
5. “Key Entity Extraction I: Domino the Destitute”
The first epic off their double album “The Afterman,” “Domino” is inspired by the loss of their former bassist Mic Todd. You can feel the anger and resentment towards him in this song.
4. “Time Consumer”
The first non-instrumental track on “Second Stage,” I believe it is the most passionate song on that album.
3. “Welcome Home”
Come on, it’s one of the most well known songs they’ve ever released!
2. “In Keeping Secrets Of Silent Earth: 3”
The fourth opening track on list, I imagine most people will have this at number one. On a related note, Coheed really knows how to start an album off.
1. “The Willing Well: V – The Final Cut”
If you’ve ever been to a live Coheed concert when promoting the album “The Final Cut” is on, then you know what I’m talking about. The video above is proof.
So there you go, the Top 5 Coheed and Cambria songs. Do you agree? What is YOUR top 5?