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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Four Suited Jack, Aug 12, 2011.
5/10. Makes you wonder how they managed to electrify their guitars in the old world?
Nice bass voice.
Very enjoyable track from a rather underwhelming LP. 7/10
Waiting for ATOM RPG
P.S. Gonzalez, in this topic we rate previously posted piece of music before posting next, on 0 to 10 scale. Like, in this case i gave 8/10 to the piece you posted, before posting next one. It helps to see how different people like or don't like music you like, and vice versa.
9/10 Very catchy, fun track.
7/10 Those guys are on drugs.
Here is an odd one—not a song link, but a song excerpt. This is the 1985 Harmonica solo in the last minute and a half of the track "There Must Be An Angel". It's by Stevie Wonder—that's immediately obvious when heard. When I first heard it myself (tonight), I searched Google for "Stevie Wonder and Eurithmics", and found this video. In the official video for the song, they have a child pretending to play this solo.
Good harmonica playing Stevie, but I can't help but feel this belongs in a low budget porno.
Here is the full song for anyone who is interested:
I give it a 7/10 because I love that arpeggiated synth in the background.
Here's a catchy tune from Toro Y Moi where in the video Chaz Bundick gets chased by a ghost.... for some reason:
7/10 Great song, but I felt the bridge dragged a little longer than I liked.
This could be a Weezer's track—but for the expletives. 4/10
Here is another one similar, but in the vein of Offspring.
Doubtless he matched it to the existing track; might have even improvised the whole thing.
3/10 You are absolutely right about the Offspring statement. I personally like the chorus and bridge, but most of the rest sounds like generic pup-punk garbage.
Strangely familiar, though I'd never heard it before. 6/10
It kept reminding me of something that I could never figure out what it was.
Lets try a rap; one with a Fallout style ambient background track.
Sounds like Hieroglyphics had a baby with A Tribe Called Quest.
Leonard Boyarsky (art director of Fallout) would probably love this next video.
P.S. If any of you motherfuckers talk shit on Molly Rankin I will trace your IP address and show up at your house.
9/10 One of my favorite tracks from Antisocialites.
6/10 not my favorite Of Monsters And Men song. Still good though.
Kind of simplistic melody, and writing; otherwise not bad; but it sounds like it could be from a show on the CW.
This ones no different, but a bit more up-beat.
This is like if Les Claypool from Primus made a 90's dance track.
Needless to say, solid 8/10.
Obligatory Neon Indian post.
You have a great taste in music. I love Neon Indian. 10/10
Thanks, man. If you couldn't tell by my username and the CDs in the background of my avatar, I'm a pretty big Alan Palomo fan myself.
The verses of that Dredg song are really good, but the chorus seems a little sappy for the genre, especially when compared to vocal powerhouses like Chevelle, AFI, and 30 Seconds To Mars. I'd say like a 6/10 only because it's already been done better.
How about some Macky up in this thread?