We have lyrics for “C21FX” by these artists:Blood Red Roses A storm is loosed upon the seaWhose eye is stained…We have lyrics for these tracks by Christopher P. Bragg:Pride Here are the photos that I keepHere”s the empty bed…The lyrics can frequently be found in the comments below, by filtering for lyric videos or browsing the comments in the different videos below.
You are watching: C21 fx – blood red roses – christopher p. bragg
Ok about the background to make that story make sense. Sorry I wrote so much I lagged my phone.But first a word. I spent two hours to write that on a phone so I'm sorry about any Grammer mistakes. Second I listened to this song repeat while I wrote it and about to hours before. So for hours straight. Damn it's a good song.Sailors are a very superstitious lot even to this day. So songs have power to do things. Even in this day and age. So in this song I saw the red rose as a proud warship that time had passed by makes one last time to come to her countries defence. I didn't see her as a ghost ship until the end.As for why the she. It is a long standing and strongly held belief that ships are female. That's why most ships are given female names, it is also widely believed that ships have a soul. Even to this day sailers talk about strange noises and things they can't explain happening on even on modern steel ships. Clearly she wanted her revenge and her pride.Why the HMS that's a British thing are you saying this is a British ship? Was it inspired by a brothers ship?The answer is no. HMS stands for Her Magisties Ship. And the Kingdom was her father. Countries strangely enough are refured to as mother or father lands I borrowed from that. It was her father.Come on her hull was bleeding army you taking artistic license here.Again no. Her hull was held to together with iron nails. After fifteen years of no care the nails had started to rust the impact of the cannon balls squeeze the rusty water out. Have you ever seen rusty water it kinda looks like old blood and in the light of lightening well you can see why it looked like why the shop was bleeding.You honestly expect me to believe that her hull is messed up but the supplies were intact they should have rotted to.And that's were knowledge come in. The boxes were first treated with oil then the seams were covered with wax before finally being coated in paint. And that is how the British there cargo boxes. Which have been recovered from ship wrecks with the inside cargo intact. Isn't science fun. Let me know if I need to explain anything else
Hi all,We usually like to let people discuss our music without interference so as to not dampen criticism or appreciation, but there are a couple questions about this song that have been asked repeatedly with genuine interest so I will try to answer them.The singer's name is Chantalle. We think she is is a fantastic vocalist and she frequently lends her talents to our projects when we need her. We have a few other songs featuring her that will be coming out eventually. She is not a singer by profession, but is (we think obviously), pretty well practiced.The song was written for the cinematic for a RPG video game release that got killed by the game publisher. It was indeed about pirates and revenge and a hero's journey, which we think is one of the best kinds of stories. The “Blood Red Rose” is allusion to the nature of the main character in the RPG.The form of the lyrics were constrained by the requirement for an illustrative explanation of the narrative of the game coinciding with the visuals of the cinematic, along with a desire to be evocative of a mythical age in history, and as such we felt that employing free verse instead of a strict modern rhyming convention was the most effective choice. The extensive use of specific metaphorical references using words that have dropped out of modern vernacular (brigand for example), allowed us to reinforce the feeling of mythology rather than history.As a happy accident, we also quite liked the feeling that the lyrics seemed to have been translated from an anachronistic form of Olde English that couldn't quite have a direct rhyming equivalent in modern English.We create all our music in our studio in Southern California with both actual and virtual instruments. Lots of things that have real strings and get hit with real sticks usually. We create music and design sound effects for movie studios and game companies in order to pay our bills, but eventually we might be releasing the songs we create onto itunes as well. It's not as simple as it seems, but we are working on it.Thanks for your interest and your feedback,Modsurgeon
Here's another captivating piece of musical art from Ghostwriter (Chris Bragg) and Merethe Soltvedt – who call themselves Angelflare now. This team just keeps killing it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gugu-o8vxow
Rupa Bej Wow, really? You perceive something scary while I perceive something epic and beautiful. Simply astounding.
When l play this music in a dark room ;l am alone but l felt someone in there l am so scared
como assim o seven? ele botou essa musica em algum video? ou falou dela em live (eu n assisto ele tem um tempo)