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Thread: Overneath the Path of Misery - Trailer Version vs Album Version

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    Default Overneath the Path of Misery - Trailer Version vs Album Version

    I had uploaded this to YouTube, but the audio came out all screwy. I just thought it'd be neat to see the differences between the two. I never really payed attention to it before, but they are quite different in many ways. Not sure why but this has become a favorite of mine, so I guess that's part of the reason. Got the idea from cataract777

    It starts with the trailer version and then goes into the album version and so on.

    https://soundcloud.com/spookybart/overneathcomparison

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    The drums in the first one sound much better to me. The drums in the final version sound too hollow to me and deliver much less of a punch. In the first one, Manson's scream is a lot better in the chorus than on the final version.

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    They used a demo for the bv trailer as i know
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