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Repost! | Reviewer: Alvin Legrange | 2/18/10
Reposted for posterity. This guy is one of the few in here that actually created a thoughtful analysis of this song. Dick H. Ed, you are a genius.
"I think this song sucks kitten-cock. And you know that's bad, because kittens have very small cocks. That guitar player Herman Li has a fetish for kitten cocks, by the way. He has a collection of cats in his home that he rapes anally regularly. I don't reccomend buying this song. It's about a bunch of guys who are talking about how badly it sucks to have to walk on this road that's on fire, then they go into the mountains and they think the mountains are really cool. I think it's talking about Afghanistan, because it's like that, with firey roads and mountains and stuff. And then there's a part about a city, I think they're stopping for a rest so it's why the guitar solo thing is right after. They get rested up and play guitar, kind of like when pokemen go to the p0okemon center to get their health back. And in one part I swore I heard, "On towards Afghanistan, we travel far and wide." Wanna know what I think? This song is about Dragonforce going across flaming roads and up cool mountains to deliver a note to Osama bin Laden. Terrorists, all of them."
Wow, what the eff? | Reviewer: AngelofDemons | 2/17/10
I'm not one to criticise, but, Mister Dickhead, I must infer that this song is NOT about modern soldiers. It's about soldiers in general, mainly focusing on Medeival soldiers who fight with the steel of the sword and charge valiantly into battle. Who said this had anything to do with Terrorism? And just because they are British means nothing. They are about one of the greatest Power Metal Bands of our time, and whether or not their songs send a message is up to the listener. What I see is brave warriors in platemail on horseback charging into a battle with hordes of evil creatures as Infernal hellfire falls from the blackened sky. Like a battle for humanity...
That's what I see when I listen to it :)
But I'm one for MMORPGs like Everquest and WoW, which, if you ever read one of their interviews, you would know that they themselves play Computer MMORPGs, and their songs reflect the games that they play.
Dick H. Ed, you are a failtroll. Is unsuccessful.
Soldiers of The Wasteland Reviewer's Comments | Reviewer: Cindy | 1/12/10
First of all I love the song "Soldiers of The Wasteland". I am a 47 year old mother of 4 kids 2 are military 1 has completed two tours to Iraq and has came home safely as I hope all of the soldiers who go there will go home to loved ones, whole and intact both mentally and physically. War(s) have been hell on all sides the since wars began. However there have been, in the case of battles won and lost, men that followed their leaders to the depths of hell and ironically it seems to be an innate characteristic in humans to go to war when the call is heard and yet once they are on the battle field it seems that all or most of the patriotic heroics no longer are part of the psyche but the will to fight and live even though the fact that death may not be far off and so the drive to live and defeat death and the enemy seems to be foremost on the soldiers mindset along with protecting the soldiers fighting along side of you. Listening to the song "Soldiers of The Wasteland" tells this idea throughly as I have studied wars from the Alexander The Great to WWII and since the Mid East conflicts have been more in my adult life time they seem to be part of all our lives whether or not we have soldiers that are family or friends there or not. To me the song speaks of the wars and symbolism of wars in the time of King Arther, Charlemagne or Richard The Lion Heart. This song has a strong affect because of the message it sends about soldiers fighting, staying strong and not about people putting each other down for the country they happen to reside in. And to the 'anonymous who complained about American Soldiers not being good enough how about go back to your history book and read why Roosevelt answered Churchill's call even though the United States did not get in to WWII until 1941 and Great Britain had already been fighting Hitler since they headed Poland's call in 1939 when Hitler invaded Poland. Read the build up to WWII starting in 1931 and the events that shaped and changed every county that lead up to every individual leaders reasoning to either start a personal war against another country or the individual leaders who answered the call and joined the allied s. Don't complain about the soldiers who had guts enough to get off the boats at Omaha, Utah, Sword, Dog, and the other beach heads in Normandy when Great Britain, America, Canada went to fight because for each soldiers reason to fight that day, the ones who lived and the ones who died left you with freedoms that were not given to you but earned for you by soldiers who felt like the lyrics in this song.
Smart Guy | Reviewer: Dick H. Ed | 12/17/09
A sense of nationalism is good, but lets not push it, Mr. Brit. Unless you're military personnel yourself, I wouldn't be going off bragging. No matter how talented your soldiers are it's too apparently obvious that most brits(A conclusion from the sampling here) lack brains.
gazza | Reviewer: Anonymous | 12/10/09
the americans fuck everything up and i completely agree with u bob there cowerds our british infantry (normal) is trained to the same level as the american special forces (elites) so they are powerless hence y the cowards have to drop bombs to make themselfs feel beggier then they truly are
Wow | Reviewer: Dick H. Ed | 12/8/09
All I have to say is wow. 1. Don't post just to bash reviewers of songs. 2. Afghanistan is one of the most politically unstable countries in the world. We gotta' think about it. And my typing skills are horrendous? You can't even spell the word, yet alone capitalize a letter. 3. I come here so much so that I can mindfully analyze the faults of this musical piece. 4. Regardless of my capabilities when it comes to song reviewing, you sir, are obviously a mental retard. I hope your best friend leads you out into a field and shoots you in the back of the head(If you get the allusion to literature, kudos to you). And Bob, go to www.dictionary.com and search for the definition of the world terrorist. You should at least check that you know what you're talking about before making yourself look stupid.
stupid asshole | Reviewer: Anonymous | 12/8/09
Darkhub i like what you say. Dick crossed the line. i really hate to listen to that rasist asshole. people in the middle east have a hard time and it isen't all of them how is terroists. only a very few of they is. but intire nations have to pay for i mistake i few braindead terroists have made. and about the song, i love it, the lyrics are great and so is the music. it is to stupid to write your apinion when it is bullshit.
wow. | Reviewer: Darkhub | 12/5/09
*this is about the reviews below, Dick H. Ed ln particular*
All i have to say is wow. 1.dont post just to bash songs. 2. what is up with you and afghanistan? its doughtfull youve ever been there due to your horrendus typing skill (Which infers you are a teen) 3.if you hate this song so much why do you come to this page so much. 4. your capibility of rating songs is under the line of mental retardation. please leave the internet and never return
hm | Reviewer: bob | 12/4/09
The americans are the biggest terrorists going more civillians in more countries have been killed by americans than by anyone else, barring genocide, which is different! Case and point the roughly 200,000 people killed (civillians) killed in the nuclear blasts at nagasaki and hiroshima, at least the japanese had the respect and decency to attack a military target and not defencless civvies like the spinless cowards over in america!
Huh? | Reviewer: Dick H. Ed | 11/26/09
Got a problem with my birth name huh? Well that's your problem, I'm not changing it. I suppose, "Chav," is some Afghani slang for, "Saavy," yes? I thank you for the compliment, people do say I am quite trendy. This is the only song of Dragonforce I dislike, mind you. It brings out who they truly are: Terrorists. I'm sorry that you don't share my concern about that. Oh and by the way, in America, our buses actually move, not like those broken pieces of crap Afghanis live in 12 to a seat.
Go Die | Reviewer: DarkleSSV | 11/23/09
Look, retard who thinks his name is funny(Which it isn't) why dont you go drown in a hole cos its prety retarded that u are lookin up lyrics to a song u dont like. u is probably some retard chav who's idea of good music is some other retard chav pushing buttons on a sound board and calling it music. if u dont like the song then stop typing ur crap and leve the blogs for those who actualy want to talk about the song and not spew some shit about crap people dont care about so do us all a favour and run into a stationary bus.
What? | Reviewer: Dick H. Ed | 11/21/09
How about you learn to read and write in English. I know you're just an Afghani commoner, trying to protect another terrorist, but you could at least try. Are you really so poor you can't afford english lessons? Oh, I forgot, you're too busy planning to blow stuff up. This song is poorly written, and has a sublimimal message that chills me to the bone: What if they were to blow themselves up during the finale of a rock concert?
awesomeness | Reviewer: Anonymous | 11/13/09
this song is one of my personal favorites. the reviewer who reviewed before me can go to hell. if u hate the sing so much then dont listen to it and leave us all the hell alone. i hope he realizes that his forst name describes him perfectly. he should learn to insult someone correctly before u try it. "'And in one part I swore I heard, "On towards Afghanistan, we travel far and wide."'" how about u listen to the freaking lyrics before u judge the song.
this song has awesome lyrics and was done just about perfectly musically. its deffinitly one of their calmer peices, wich i like. 9/10
Hello | Reviewer: Dick H. Ed | 11/7/09
I think this song sucks kitten-cock. And you know that's bad, because kittens have very small cocks. That guitar player Herman Li has a fetish for kitten cocks, by the way. He has a collection of cats in his home that he rapes anally regularly. I don't reccomend buying this song. It's about a bunch of guys who are talking about how badly it sucks to have to walk on this road that's on fire, then they go into the mountains and they think the mountains are really cool. I think it's talking about Afghanistan, because it's like that, with firey roads and mountains and stuff. And then there's a part about a city, I think they're stopping for a rest so it's why the guitar solo thing is right after. They get rested up and play guitar, kind of like when pokemen go to the p0okemon center to get their health back. And in one part I swore I heard, "On towards Afghanistan, we travel far and wide." Wanna know what I think? This song is about Dragonforce going across flaming roads and up cool mountains to deliver a note to Osama bin Laden. Terrorists, all of them.
Best band ever | Reviewer: DarkleSSV | 10/22/09
Their best song to date and the guitar at the slow bit is the best ive heard EVER
Im going to see them in 2 months and its only lately ive heard this song and it makes me even more exited to do see then
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