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Benjamin Croom

Des Moines, Washington
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  1. Fall Of An Empire
    by The L-Train presents the Royal Canterlot Symphonic Metal Orchestra (Ro.C.S.M.Or)
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    Chapter 8: Heaven's Fury Chapter 8: Heaven's Fury
    Acting as a kind of prologue to the events of Moonrise, Fall of an Empire surpasses it's predecessor in innumerable ways, most obviously in its length. It invokes more emotions, tells a much more colorful story, and truly is a piece of art worthy of kings.
  2. Stargazers
    by Aviators
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    Acid Rain (feat. Tarby) Acid Rain (feat. Tarby)
    The final part of the Hope Trilogy, this album reconciles both the anthems of hope in the first portion and the dirges of hopelessness in the second in ways that I never expected. Drawing from his past and looking into the future, Stargazers ties the story of hope, despair and madness together in a way that answers some questions, raises more, and urges us to go and discover their secrets ourselves. The grand mural that is the Hope Trilogy complete, I can only wonder where it will go from here.
  3. From Oceans to Skies
    by Aviators
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    Writing on the Walls Writing on the Walls
    Part 2 of the Hope Trilogy is much darker than it's predecessor, instead showcasing bleak situations and a general air of hopelessness, as opposed to the hope-fueled message of Building Better Worlds. It's beautiful in both the best and worst sense, and is his best album to date, despite its truly heartbreaking message. Perhaps, even, it is this dark message that lends the album it's quality...
  4. Building Better Worlds
    by Aviators
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    Crash Crash
    Part 1 of the unofficially named "Hope Trilogy," this album manages to play the entire emotional board while also providing some of Aviators' best work, period, and ends on possibly the best note possible. A solid album and a great start for the trilogy.
  5. Moonrise
    by The L-Train presents the Royal Canterlot Symphonic Metal Orchestra (Ro.C.S.M.Or)
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    Scene 5: Battle of Sun and Moon Scene 5: Battle of Sun and Moon
    Symphonic Metal Opera is a genre that is often attempted and rarely succeeded in. When we find successes, we must give them all their due praise for taking on the monumental task of telling a compelling story, creating emotion through music, and weaving that meaning and narrative into a metal band all the while.

    This is one of those successes, and it deserves all the praise it receives.
  6. The Adventure
    by Aviators
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    One Last Letter (Ft. Bronyfied) One Last Letter (Ft. Bronyfied)
    This ends up being more of a showcase of Aviators early works than an actual album. It's nothing amazing, and can be a bit of an earsore at times, but the album also contains some absolutely amazing songs that should be considered standard repertoire for any Aviators fan.
  7. The Pink Side of The Moon
    by 4EverfreeBrony
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    Still On The Moon (ft. Giggly Maria) Still On The Moon (ft. Giggly Maria)
    In a lot of ways, this is an expression of Garrison's style and music; it makes you laugh, it makes you cry, it makes you feel emotions that very few musicians can invoke, and it leaves you completely satisfied.

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