The Second Stage Turbine Blade

Equal Vision
Release date
20 Sep 2005
Running length
13 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Second Stage Turbine Blade 0:52 86,656
2 Time Consumer 5:41 101,246
3 Devil in Jersey City 4:47 130,655
4 Everything Evil 5:50 98,939
5 Delirium Trigger 4:47 110,079
6 Hearshot Kid Disaster 5:40 80,636
7 33 3:29 82,236
8 Junesong Provision 5:20 76,840
9 Neverender 5:22 80,273
10 God Send Conspirator 6:32 67,034
11 Elf Tower New Mexico (bonus track) 6:02 207
12 Junesong Provision (Acoustic Demo Version) 5:31 4,216
13 Everything Evil (Demo Version) 13:34 4,793

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The Second Stage Turbine Blade is the first studio album released by rock band Coheed and Cambria. It was originally released on February 5, 2002 through Equal Vision Records. It is the second part of a five-part pentalogy, telling the story of The Amory Wars. It was re-released on September 20, 2005 with three previously unreleased bonus tracks. All lyrics written by Claudio Sanchez, all music composed by Coheed and Cambria. Note: On the standard ten-track edition, the hidden track “IRO-bot” is contained in “God Send Conspirator”; however, on the deluxe edition, it is contained in the “Everything Evil” demo. The album introduces the husband and wife characters Coheed and Cambria, the characters from whence the band’s name originates. Man and wife Coheed and Cambria are used as the centerpiece to enable Supreme Tri-Mage Wilhelm Ryan’s attempt at destroying his archrival Mage, Mariah Antillarea. Due to a memory swiping years ago, the couple are led to believe that their former lives have now come back to haunt them. They’re told by General Mayo Deftinwolf (Ryan’s Right hand) that they were long ago implanted with a great threat to Heaven’s Fence, The Monstar Virus. A virus with the ability to turn its host (Coheed) into a being powerful enough to drain the Keywork’s energy sources to spark Armageddon, while their dear old counterpart, Inferno was given the only means to unlock it. Through more lies, they are led to believe their children have genetically acquired a mutated form of the virus, the Sinstar.

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  • Coolbutlame

    There's something on this album that IKSOSE totally lacked, but I totally can't put my finger on it.

    24 Mar 2:18am Reply
  • Rysterf

    I never realized how long this album is.

    1 Jan 1:16am Reply
  • Millicent_Kitty

    This is the very best Coheed album

    30 Oct 2014 Reply
  • GoGoJonah

    This band is silly. Awesome album, though.

    24 Feb 2012 Reply
  • highsociety02

    some things just never get old.

    31 Oct 2011 Reply
  • yearssomuch

    I've learned to appreciate every CoCa album in its own way, but this is one of the better ones for pure quality. More intricate instrumentation and song progression than any of their other albums. Plus, the storyline to SSTB is the poo, but that just makes me a biased Coheed fanboy. :P

    10 Aug 2011 Reply
  • trobson1

    Don't be silly, this album isn't even sentient or even semi-intelligent. It doesn't have the capacity to hate. Stupid album.

    28 Jul 2011 Reply

    and this album hates you. i love this album.

    25 Jun 2011 Reply
  • trobson1

    I hate this album.

    4 Jun 2011 Reply
  • sebastiankf

    indeed their best

    27 May 2011 Reply
  • PinkFloydrulez

    I feel so young when I listen to this.

    20 May 2011 Reply
  • Pauzer

    My fucking favorite.

    11 May 2011 Reply
  • SpiderTrail

    I never really appreciated this album until I'd listened to it a few times. It's a weird album, but once you listen to it and start to get into the sound of it, it's just perfect and I can understand why people say it's their best.

    17 Mar 2011 Reply
  • kbomb001

    pretty underrated compared to their other stuff [2]

    1 Mar 2011 Reply
  • DanDy57

    Coheed's best album by far, pretty underrated compared to their other stuff as well.

    15 Jan 2011 Reply
  • these_hands

    some things will never be beaten.

    1 Dec 2010 Reply
  • Rowan5215

    @ ElizaPinchley - Claudio is infinitely better than Cedric. Okay, Cedric's not terrible, but he can get so annoying sometimes - "Aberinkula" being the prime example. And Claudio is just terrific.

    11 Oct 2010 Reply
  • storytellingman

    This is the best Coheed album. [3] No contest anymore.

    24 Apr 2010 Reply
  • badwithanR

    This is the best Coheed album. [2]

    18 Apr 2010 Reply
  • Rowan5215

    That was what I was saying, Midrel. This is best, followed VERY CLOSELY by IKSOSE:3, then GA1 and GA2. YOTBR, however, probably comes right after IKS. I'm loving that album.

    17 Mar 2010 Reply
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