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SONGS LISTENED (562)

 
Octainium
The Prophecy
6 Dec 2011
 
 
DOWNKISS
rock'n'roll queen
5 Dec 2011
 
 
DOWNKISS
follow your way
5 Dec 2011
 

RATINGS (6)

 
Destroy She Said
Game Over
 
24 Oct 2011
 
 
SAD SOCIETY
RELIGION
 
18 Oct 2011
 
 
SAD SOCIETY
ADDICTION
 
18 Oct 2011
 

WRITTEN REVIEWS (2)

 
Born For Bliss
Any More
Anymore is great, the words are amazing, but they are hiding like one minute into the song. The words are so strong, I would have exploded with them at the first second of the song, at the beginning and put the minute instrumental at the end to drift a way with. People have a short attention span on the net, even shorter than in traffic jams, maybe 5 to 10 seconds. You have to unleash the beast in 10 seconds, and the strongest elements are the lyrics, they are really good. Right at 1:02 minutes Angles to the left of me devils to the right. Nice work, Billy the train robber
27 Mar 2011
 
 
Richard There
Silence Train
Silence Train has some amazing sound engineering work, able to stand up in any major feature movie. The song builds from the chaos of a train station to an order of music that drifts together, more like a complex puzzle. The poem that appears in the middle of the song is both harsh and endearing, with strong and fragile reinforcing elements. I would consider the work to be a high end avant garde peice or an innovated art work that forms and deforms as the painting, is brushed in place. Well done, consider laying down 4 plus vocal tracks on top of each other to increase the fidelity and wide-ness of the vocal arrangement in place of effects like reverb/compressors, which I think just wash and flatten the peaks out. Well, that is how I am getting my best sounding "full bodied" vocal tracks.
23 Mar 2011
 
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