The Seven Sisters (3:45)

Cover of Wish Upon A Blackstar

From Wish Upon A Blackstar

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  • JackBauerFTW

    Seems like Klayton loves astronomy. "Seven Sisters" is a name of Pleiades star cluster. Also Pleiades were mentioned in other Celldweller's song "Memories of a Girl I Haven't Met".

    1 Sep 2013 Reply
  • lemonbreeze

    this is actually one of my favorites from the album :D

    6 Apr 2013 Reply
  • bob-z

    This was my least favourite song from the album. But boy, has it grown on me since the summer. :)

    17 Jan 2013 Reply
  • nokLa5300

    дабстепвобл и все дела, но всё равно шикарно. love it *-*

    16 Sep 2012 Reply
  • ageofborno

    Great sound

    7 Aug 2012 Reply
  • BlankIs1337

    Musically, it connects to the Stars of Orion off the first album. I thought it was bizarre at first, too, but have really grown to like it. The gritty, shuddering bass riffs are sheer ear candy. The whole atmosphere reminds me of the WiiWare game, Bit.Trip Fate. Props to Klayton for such an interesting and intricate little piece.

    22 Jun 2012 Reply
  • patryxdeth

    I think of all songs on WuaB, this one is the weirdest... and it comes closest to being a "filler"... (I'm not saying it IS a filler!) The lyrics are strange... it's not the first time he's writing about stars. I wonder how much depth is really there. And it's interesting how he tends to connect lyrics of songs on an album... this one definitely ties in with "Memories" and with "It makes no difference" ("I'm still... waiting...").

    15 Jun 2012 Reply

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