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That Christopher Lee released a Symphonic Metal album about Charlemagne in 2010 and won the "Spirit of Metal" award: Do you think it was worth the award?

That Christopher Lee released a Symphonic Metal album about Charlemagne in 2010 and won the "Spirit of Metal" award: Do you think it was worth the award?
  • Yes, I think it was worth the award.

    Yes, I think it was worth the award because he covered a topic that is not widely discussed in metal music. Plus, symphonic metal is a new type of music that combines the classics while also looking toward the future. Music like this should be celebrated by everyone who hears it.

  • Yes, i think so.

    Christopher Lee put his heart and soul into that album. His album was well received by fans and critics alike. It wasn't surprising that he won the Spirit of Metal award because he put so much effort into the world. Lee did a great job of communicating emotion and spirit through his music.

  • Yes, Lee's win is at the heart of what the award is about.

    Any award titled "Spirit of Metal" is not an award like the Grammy. This award is intended to be given to someone who embodies the heart of this genre. Lee's album does just this. Metal hearkens back to an almost warlike feel to music, primal at its very core. Best yet, this is symphonic metal which demonstrates much more musicality.

  • It had a lot too it.

    Christopher Lee put his heart and soul into that album. His album was well received by fans and critics alike. It wasn't surprising that he won the Spirit of Metal award because he put so much effort into the world. Lee did a great job of communicating emotion and spirit through his music.

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