1、《Yellow》这么熟悉的如出一辙篇歌唱,原来出自Coldplay。

深受爆头的那位提到carcosa
2002年自杀之那位又提到the yellow king
彼此是涉的,wiki做了下功课:
但后的剧情没出,暂时还无懂得彼此在剧情上有啊联系……
Carcosa is a fictional city in the Ambrose Bierce short story “An
Inhabitant of Carcosa” (1891). In Bierce’s story, the ancient and
mysterious city is barely described, and is viewed only in hindsight
(after its destruction) by a character who once lived there.

专辑中的经典歌曲推荐:
1.Yellow
2.Help Is Around The Corner
3.No More Keeping My Feet On The Ground

The King in Yellow


The city was later used more extensively in Robert W. Chambers’ book of
horror short stories published in 1895 entitled The King in Yellow.
Chambers had read Bierce’s work and had also borrowed a few other names
(including Hali and Hastur) from Bierce’s work.

“这个世界里,还有那基本上美的音乐、电影、书籍没有来得及去听、去押、去读,可时间在飞,我拖不停歇其,想到这里,我竟然会泪眼朦胧……”
@一个具有悲天悯人情怀的口

In Chambers’ stories, and within the apocryphal play (also titled The
King in Yellow) which is mentioned several times within them, the city
is a mysterious, ancient, and possibly cursed place. The most precise
description of its location given is that it said to be located on the
shores of Lake Hali in the Hyades. The descriptions given of it make it
clear that it must be located on another planet, or possibly even in
another universe.

For instance:

    Along the shore the cloud waves break,
    The twin suns sink behind the lake,
    The shadows lengthen

        In Carcosa.

    Strange is the night where black stars rise,
    And strange moons circle through the skies,
    But stranger still is

        Lost Carcosa.

    Songs that the Hyades shall sing,
    Where flap the tatters of the King,
    Must die unheard in

        Dim Carcosa.

    Song of my soul, my voice is dead,
    Die thou, unsung, as tears unshed
    Shall dry and die in

        Lost Carcosa.

    —”Cassilda’s Song” in The King in Yellow Act 1, Scene 2

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