Aprella and Maggot by ChaosOfNature

A live performance of "Unlaced".


A Cure? (Instrumental)
Ancient Grounds (Instrumental)
A Strange Device (Instrumental)
Be Silent, Be Still
Best Safety Lies in Fear
By the Sword
Castle Down
Cold (Instrumental)
Come Away
Dead is the New Alive
Dominant (Instrumental)
Don't Blame Me
Epilogue (Instrumental)
Epilogue: What If?
Face the Wall (Instrumental)
Faces Like Mine
Fight Like a Girl
Find Me a Man
Gaslight Reprise (Instrumental)
Gentlemen Aren't Nice
Girls! Girls! Girls!
Gloomy Sunday
God Help Me
Gothic Lolita
Goodnight, Sweet Ladies
Heard it All
Hell is Empty (Instrumental)
Hollow Like My Soul
How Strange
I Don't Understand
I Know Where You Sleep
I Lost My Mind But I Found My Body
I Want My Innocence Back
If I Burn
If You Feel Better
In Reality
In the Lake
Lady Anne
Leech Jar (Instrumental)
Let it Die
Let the Record Show
Mad Girl
Manatee Retard
Manic Depression (Instrumental)
Marry Me
Misery Loves Company
Miss Lucy Had Some Leeches
My Fairweather Friend
Never You Mind
O Mistress Mine
On a Day... (Instrumental)
One Foot in Front of The Other
One Foot in the Grave
Organ Grinder (Instrumental)
Photographic Memory
Prologue (Instrumental)
Prologue: Across the Sky
Revelry (Instrumental)
Rose Red
Russian Bride
Save You
Second Hand Faith
Start Another Story
Syringe (Instrumental)
Take the Pill
Thank God I'm Pretty
The Art of Suicide
The Key
Time for Tea
Unlaced (Instrumental)
We Want Them Young
What Will I Remember?
Willow (Instrumental)
4 o'Clock
4 o'Clock Reprise (Instrumental)

"Unlaced" is the first as well as title track on the Unlaced disc on Emilie Autumn's entirely instrumental album Laced/Unlaced. The song features the electric violin and is accompanied by harpsichord as well as other sound effects. The song was performed live during the Opheliac shows and featured Emilie playing the violin, Veronica playing the harpsichord, Captain Maggot walking on stilts, and Aprella dancing with canes as well as pulling a long red ribbon from her mouth. The live performance of "Unlaced" was often the prelude to the infamous Rat Game, with Emilie and Veronica performing a skit prior to the song with Emilie promising Veronica that if she could successfully play the harpsichord, she would be allowed to play her Rat Game.


Album: Laced/Unlaced

  • Track: 1 (Disc Two)
  • Length: 3:26
  • Release: March 9, 2007

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