Loser - Ayreon Reviews
Newest Review: ... well against the other tracks released as singles. The only differences to come in this 'Star One Version' seem to be ... more
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by - written on 04/02/08 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Curiously released in a different form, 'Loser' is technically the second single from 'The Human Equation' despite this version being different, and indeed even labelled as Star One, the other musical endeavour Arjen Lucassen was keen on promoting at the time. With its Eastern flute and guitar melodies, entertaining lyrics and compelling performance from guest vocalist Devin Townsend, this was one of the stand-out songs from the album and easily one of the most memorable even if you didn't particularly like it, and as a comparatively aggressive song it works well against the other tracks released as singles. The only differences to come in this 'Star One Version' seem to Read the complete review
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