4/10, just really not worth commenting on, musically it's the usual stuff you get for this sort of music... and beyond that there's really nothing to even mention... I guess the girls were hot? and it was generally inoffensive...
8/10 The instrumental is very catchy.
I've never been real big on Muse.
I take nothing away from the group though, they are amazingly talented musicians, their combination of sounds though has just never really settled with me.
Except for Knights of Cydonia, but everyone loved that song so...
Oh man that name is already so awesome that I really can't bring myself to dislike it too much. Still, it really lacks in something recognizable for me. It's all the typical stoner/heavy sound inspired by the bands of old and there is simply nothing that really sticks, except for the cool bridge.
8/10, gotta love dat Organ... I have a huge soft spot for this kind of stuff... and this was done very well, especially being book ended with that count down to set the scene...<.<
5.2/10 It was okay. Not great, but okay.
Mr. Sinatra sir.
Most of his songs are quite similar. Jazzy, great voice and self explanatory. I like Frank and I hope he will always be remembered as the quality performer that he was.
He was never too complicated with his style but he defined that era.
6 out of 10. Decent, but the song doesn't strike me as interesting. I could hear the lyrics, but could not understand them. Could work as ambiance in a bar, but anywhere else feels out of place.
8/10 That was really good. I can honestly say that I might listen to it again.
There was something in the air that night..... Phil Collins felt it.
That song reminds me of an old movie called Muriel's wedding and that's probbaly the only thing I can say about it. As important as ABBA where for music It's not for me. But let it be know that it is no way bad; good even.
Damn I really love the guitar and drum parts here - if it only had a better hook to go with it...
6.5/10 I like how it got a folksy feel to it, but I've heard better ones.
It was beautiballs :'D
lul im so indy <3
I MAY have posted this before, but they just released a music video for it and they deserve more WAY recognition
7/10. That was pretty enjoyable.
7/10 Pretty good song with a catchy chorus.
7/10... wow, was certain that I was gonna hate that with every fiber of my being at first, but that was actually really good, catchy chorus, with an upbeat instrumental, that does a good job mixing the airy strings, and harsh guitar with the upbeat drums, and as much as the accent bothered me, the guy is actually a good rapper, talking about something that actually sounds important to him, as a human being, which makes it inherently relateable...<.<
This is what happens when you let DAmon Albarn score an opera...<.<
7/10. I disagree with your assessment of the song because that was 100% buildup that needed a bit of real payoff, but what it was was still quite pretty.
I love cheesy 80s stuff, even if it's made in the 2010s
80s all over again.
I remember that song! it's a perfect example of 80s fandom, cheese and all.
An alright song by an alright band. I do like that there's a(n awesome) midi version of Empire as an extra.
A decent song, plus it's by The Killers which is great but it's not really a favourite of mine.
6/10... while I appreciate the message, and the mostly good verses, it's all lost in between the soft beat, nonthreatening chorus, Yo-yos, and really out of place scratching... I miss when political music was nothing but fucking violent rage against the machine...<.<
Calm, rhythmic rap with a dark and mysterious touch to it - sounds really good and I love how the electronic sounds give the whole thing character and enough variation to carry it through those 3 and a half minutes.
Nothing terrible I just personally don't like it.
Just not for me. I don't know why. Maybe it feels rather popish, which makes my brain reject it. :-/
4/10. It started relatively promising-ly, but then it took a funny turn when the background music kicked in. The vocals don't really gel too well with the actual music, if that makes any sense. The vocalist has a brilliant flow, though.
0/10 wow, that was stupid... granted not everything they said was stupid, the Egyptians might've had access to electricity, but it's hardly a conspiracy, though like all 2 legitimate arguments are countered by immense stupidity...<.<
6/10. It would've been better, but the vocals were horribly produced.
5/10, no where near as bad as the stuff you usually post, I simply feel indifferent on this one, there's nothing to hate, but nothing to like, it simply falls to a resounding, "meh" and is utterly forgettable in every single way, it's been less than a minute and I've already forgotten everything about it...
6/10 pretty good, the reverb sounded good, and instrumentally it served it's purpose, but as good of as singer he is, it bother s me just how conventional of a singer his voice is... he's just not very distinct as a singer, and his songwriting is hardly unique and the song really suffers...<.<
Mind the quality, it's the best version on Youtube...
Has some nice touches through the guitar, pace changes and electro stuff but it just stays kinda bland for me.