Weigl's writing, especially in (1985), shows war as chaos.
Weigl did not publish his first book until 1976.
Several of the band's later albums consist almost exclusively of this trope, but oddly, none of the songs on their first two albums qualify, though "Dear Mr.
Hell, any of the big songs by the Tree qualify for Epic Rocking.
Their cover of ' "Inside Looking Out" remains the longest 7" single ever to make the UK top 40 (longer songs have charted, but not on 7"): it runs 9:31, while its B side "Paranoid" runs 7:51 - both played at 33rpm.
Eighteen songs, over two hours of music.
Most of their albums are two discs and well over an hour long, and after their first album (where the shortest song is still over seven minutes long), they only have a handful of songs less than ten minutes in length.
"Bohemian Rhapsody" is one of the more mainstream rock songs there.
Ygg huur is less of an example, as four of the songs clock in at 6:42 (they have exactly the same length down to the millisecond) and the others are even shorter, but they still have the complexity of Krallice's other material.
and both have songs that take up a whole side of the album.
Their self-titled has "A Little Piece of Heaven" at eight minutes flat, and Nightmare has only two songs under five minutes with "Save Me" topping out at 10:56.
And that's after shortening one of the songs!).
Up until their 2015 album Ygg huur, and excluding the EP Orphan of Sickness, which was a , and the single Traditional, they had only five songs shorter than seven minutes, and one of those was an .