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3/10, not really very good and it doesn't help I can't understand what the fuck the singer is saying.

0/1,000,000. There were a million points, didn't get any of them. Mostly because the video was pissing me off. WHAT THE FUCK DID THOSE PLANTS DO TO YOU?!? That and it sucked.

7/10 Pretty good, has a nice epic feel to it.

7/10, not bad, not bad at all.

6.5/10

Sound is good. I like the bass-line in the background and it's unexpectedly soft. Unfortunately with that softness also comes a not small amount of pretentiousness. It's always trying too hard (like in terms of the vocals), and it's not really managing to underpin that with an interesting melody or instrumentation. However, gets a plus for the female vocal part and last two minutes.

How about harder guitars mixed with electronica and industrial?

5/10 Kind of a nothing song. It was hard to explain but lacking direction seems almost right but sounds too harsh.
I'm unsure is my final judgement.


continuing my 'awesome band name' bands.

6.5/10 Kind of lame, but picked up near the end.

Fred Astaire - Puttin' On The Ritz

7.5/10
Could do with a cover... Ain't really my thing though.


I'd like to see if it's nice for other people.

5.9/10

Works surprisingly well. Usually, I don't like rap or hip hop but those parts have a really nice synergy with the simple melody in the background. What kills the song for me, though, is that it's just so awfully repetitive; There is literally nothing but those rap parts plus a melody that already gets old already after the first minute.

How about a Tohou remix?

6/10 Metal classico!
I always find the guitars getting in the way in music like this. I'm always looking to hear the, more often than not, interesting classical parts; like some of that piano is great but it's being overridden partly by the drums and guitar.


This is far too stuck in my head.

6/10, not bad, but not good either.

7/10... quite good... the kind of fist pumping jigs I can unironically get excited by... though they play up their novelty abit too much... it certainly works... and is doubtlesly entertaining...<.<

8/10 A bit odd, but overall pretty interesting.

Foo Fighters - The Pretender

5/10
I've always avoided the Foo Fighters. There is no disputing that Dave is a Rock God but man I can't shake the thought when I listen to them that they are just a blueprint. It's the same reason I haven't really gone out of my way to play any AC/DC's music after Black in Black for a few years now. It's not because I don't like the music it's just it feels like a formula now (Which is the point of pop I know.)

But I could just be leaning on the edge of Hipster Music snob.

Speaking of small Folk bands.


sorry about the film clip it annoys me I don't know about you.

9/10... :O That was cool... the only problem I had with it, is that the singing was much too clean for my tastes... but I can look past that...

2/10, I hate this song >.<. The guy sounds like he's droning on, almost like he's bored.

1/10... absolutely worthless... aside from the opening few bass notes... for like 3 seconds... there isn't a second of it that's appealing or engaging in the slightest... it's just all bad all the time... the instrumentals were a jumbled indistinguishable mess and were completely overpowered by the vomit inducing screaming, that retained the emotional complexity and literary poetic power of a 4th grader trying, and failing, to be deep and mysterious...

4/10. Everything was a bit meh for me. Nothing really stood out about the song or anything in it. It all kind of swirled into a bland mess of background noise.

3/10... just doesn;t really work on any level... the heavy use of electronic trance vibes under cuts any sense of grandeur from the original sweeping chorus and while I appreciate the heavy guitar tones and minimalistic piano, instead of creating any form of interesting dynamic between the two instruments they're either layered poorly on top of eachother, or fit into the song about as well as a crowbar to the knee cap, leaving me with whiplash whenever it just drops everything to play a few piano notes... it just doesn;t work as a whole... and is at best a schizophrenic mess, and is in severe need of finesse and structure...

Lee Ranaldo... <3

6/10. Catchy, but not amazing. The female backup voice made me get a little annoyed, but other than that, enjoyable.

6/10, not bad, but not great. I don't care much for lounge music unless it's Richard Cheese.

6.5/10

Meh...that's what I get for looking too long for a song to post...I get ninja'd...

But at least with a song that's at the very least enjoyable: the music is varied and has a bit of character with the trumpet playing in the background. Unfortunately, it never succeeds in providing some interesting catchy tune to go along with it and just kinda fades into nothingness with time.

How about some modern swing for a change?

7/10, it was good. Not something I'd listen to, but no complaints to be had.

3/10 Eh. It's the singing that puts me off these guys and It's the same with Fall out boy. Just that ever so slightly computer-ish' voice and all of the chorus's being really high.

6.5 that was pretty good... much too clean all around for my tastes, but it's still pleasant to listen to and has it's high points...<.<

7/10

That one rocks. It is certainly too repetitive and uninspired for my tastes, but the song still works well overall: the beat and rhythm provides an enjoyable background to everything and manage to not get overly annoying with time. Same goes for the singing, which I'd usually dislike for being of the typical boring Nirvana inspired variant. What pushes the song out of the average is the guitarwork which is not only varied but has a very nice fitting sound to it that is especially pronounced in the solo.

How about a jazzy video game tune?

7.5/10

Gives a good visual of a hustle and bustle shiny metropolis, but not something I would listen to without the game

Edits: video not showing up heres link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eXsBj9BCdM

5/10 it was alright. It was kinda boring though...

8/10 Shame it wasn't longer that sounded great.

8/10... short... but it's a bassists playing like a god damned bassist should... I hate bands where the bassist is a glorified metronome...<.<

Chromatic Aberration:
Same goes for the singing, which I'd usually dislike for being of the typical boring Nirvana inspired variant.

Just wondering... have you heard Nirvana before? I know J mascis, the guy singing in the last song, is no opera singer... but a Kurt Cobain comparison doesn;t make any sense either... I mean, aside from the obvious fact that they sound nothing a like, not even tropes in vocal melodies or similarities in lyrics or song construction make any sense...

Considering Nirvana's roots in classic rock and pop songwriting styles, mostly learnt from the Beatles and Bob Dylan, which came down to a lot of verse chorus verse, with lots of metaphors to get the point across... While on the other hand Mr. Mascis, who was the one who wrote the song, has admitted in interviews that he doesn;t give a fuck about lyrics or melody and only throws them on top as a pleasantry, utilizing very simple lyrics and a basically non existent melody... also, there's the fact that they sound nothing like eachother... I mean just listen to any Nirvana song, Kurt screams and yelps like the end of the world is coming and he just spent the last 10 months smoking 10 packs of cigarettes a day... Hell J Mascis's singing voice is closer to Kurt's speaking voice than anything else...<.<

I mean a concern might be prompted if you understood the relationship the members of Nirvana had with J Mascis, and subsequently Mike Watt, who was also featured on that song, playing Bass... I mean Nirvana, both Krist Novaselic and Kurt Cobain were both fans of the band Dinosaur Jr. and at one point asked Mr. Mascis to join Nirvana as the drummer... also J's band, Dinosaur Jr, who you've no doubt heard music on this thread from before, with the release of their 1991 album, Green Mind, was considered a contemporary of Nirvana, even though they had albums dating back until 1983, long before Nirvana, and emerged from a completely different music scene on the otherside of the country... but it really doesn't matter, considering, A) J Mascis would be influencing Nirvana, which he did though to no significant extent, and B) This type of song is completely different to what J mascis normally releases... So... yeah... Just Sayin...<.<

Either way...

6/10

yeah...Nirvana....listened to some of their albums before and realized that I don't really like them. Too repetitive, Kurt Cobain annoys me and the guitar and drums always fade into a jumbled mess in the background for me. The melody and guitarwork is sometimes cool, as in this song, but still, I can't really relate to Nirvana in total.

That said....

Sacman:

Chromatic Aberration:
Same goes for the singing, which I'd usually dislike for being of the typical boring Nirvana inspired variant.

So... yeah... Just Sayin...<.<

Alright...point taken. Teaches me to do my research before writing comparisons like that I guess... :p

How about some...errr.... some progressive/avant-garde metal with a style dubbed "Dark Cabaret" according to Wikipedia?

6/10 >Not really sure what to make of this. It does have its catchy moments, but it seems to be missing something to make it stand out more. Everything stays kind of stagnant throughout the song for me.

Time for some happy hardcore.

6/10, it was alright. I'm not really into electronic music (save for a few artists)

6/10 Wasn't that great.

Hadouken - Mecha Love

4/10 Link didn't work but I found it on youtube I think.
Bland dance; just noise to my hipster ears sorry. I can see it going off in a club though it's the right kind of song.


German Doom Metal........yeah it's German Black Sabbath.

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