colduser Posted June 12, 2005 Share Posted June 12, 2005 Sorry if this has been spoken of before but on the amazon.com there is an interesting take on the X&Y album sequence. X&Y = TWISTED LOGIC, June 12, 2005 Reviewer: Math101 (Ann Arbor, MI) - See all my reviews I'm wondering, has anyone considered that mathematical organization of the album? If you recall the graphing coordinates (X,Y), the x-axis and y-axis, this is the result: (Square One, Speed of Sound) = (X1,Y1) (What If, A Message) = (X2, Y2) (White Shadows, Low) = (X3, Y3) (Fix You, The Hardest Part) = (X4, Y4) (Talk, Swallowed in the Sea) = (X5, Y5) (X&Y, Twisted Logic) = (X6, Y6) I'm wondering if there is some sort of hidden meaning or correlation between each pair. You could almost make sentences from each pairing by filling in the blanks. Just an interesting observation. This is a great album that makes for an interesting study. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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