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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Four Suited Jack, Aug 12, 2011.
Weird all gets a 7/10 usually, except for the Illuminati Song which is 11/10
8/10, the song has a pretty cool pace and their style sounds reminiscenent of Finger Eleven in some ways. I like it.
(listening to sad romantic songs helps me get through difficult times like the one I'm living right now, so I thought I'd dig up one of my old favorites)
+for being eighties, -for being romantic pop song.
I find the vocals a bit monotone but I love me a song with a coherent bass (It's my favorite instrument (I find it soothing to the ears)) and the beat is catchy, made me tap my feet along with it. Didn't care much for the electric guitar though, it felt out of place for the rest of the instruments.
The song doesn't really start up until like 0:50 into it. It's probably my favorite off of this album.
6/10 Better manson out there.
Such music isn't really my cup of tea... so the three is because I laughed at how the guy was seemingly dryhumping the camera.
Damn it, this one brings me to tears almost every time.
9/10 for originality and diverging from more commercial music.
Creative and inspired
The music is great, the vocals however just sound weird. It's like, if you were to fade in a guitar then the soft vocals would be at the start and then the uh, growly(???) vocals suddenly jumps 10 seconds further into the fade-in. It doesn't feel like there is a natural transition between them, instead they just kind of jump up and down crudely. It also didn't help that the live version sounds like he has a cold and his nose is completely stuffed. Though in the non-live version the jump between his vocal bits are even cruder. So, yeah, the music was great. But the vocals just suck.
7/10, I was liking it fine until the vocals came. Those almost ruin it.
8/10 best taste dont listen to their latest single, it'll kill you inside
This is kind of a long one, relatively speaking, and I don't expect you to sit through it all, but if you dig it at first, it only gets better. I had the pleasure of seeing a guitar orchestra perform this. Fifty of them, all lined up. Lacks the excitement and dynamics of an orchestra like this one, but it was still a fascinating if overlong experience.
Ha! Yes. I gave it 10+ minutes and I liked it, but I'd have to be in the right frame of mind to really appreciate it I think. I'll give it 7/10.
Let's shoot off in another direction. If a band as famous as The Rolling Stones have anything you could remotely call a "hidden gem," this 1983 tune gets my vote:
Undercover of the Night
I just have been listenning to 2 hours of Frank Zappa, hadn't heard him before, I wasted life...
6/10 not really a Zappa fan. I respect and appreciate his place in rock, so to speak.
Lately been into some Doom/Sludge any E Wiz fans on NMA ?
Quite the meme. 666/10
8/10 This song is a classic.
I was really happy to see some Failure in an earlier post too (especially considering my username).
8/10 My sister is obsessed with Smashing Pumpkins and I'm pretty fond of it too. Really nice song.
The instrumental part was good, but the vocals outweighed that by being very corny 5/10
Some smooth, funky shit.