Discussion in 'Music & Sound' started by Tsuruneru, Nov 23, 2009.
Got it. Thanks!
4 stars (8 out of 10). Weird but not awkward, yet still good. :3
Alright, a little "trappy" reminds me of leafy outro song for some reason (no I dont watch that channel
3.5 out of 5 stars. Happy, but not as brightly creative.
A decent one I must say. 4/5 cheers
It's daft punk how could I say anything other than 5/5.
THAT right there was some of the best rhyme spitting I have heard in a while. Great context too. 9/10
Now here's an oldie that I grew up listening to with my dad.
5.5/10, dude what?
Doesn't seem like much special to me but nothing really bad about it. 7/10 pleasant but not really that deep.
Gonna put one of my favourite pure guitar songs here.
10/10! I just saw Steve Vai in Charlotte a few weeks ago and it was AMAZING!! This was one of my favorites he did live.
Any Rush fans out there?
10/10 Rush are Rock N Roll legands imo!
Since the sequence was broken, I'll start it anew, lol
Some underground classic, why not
Very cool! 10/10!
Here's one fur the furries.
4/10, uuuuuuuuuuum......huh......at least it was in 4k, dude.
7/10. Would mosh to. Not something I'd listen to just for listening pleasure. It's almost like the idea of early hardcore punk rock like The Germs and T.S.O.L. in the sense that the music wasn't that great, but the vibe when it was performed live was what it was about. Except the difference here is Skillet can actually play decent songs pretty well whereas punk rock was a bunch of the same powerchords strummed as fast as possible while screaming drunken profanity into a microphone. However, punk rock was cool when it was at a concert live, and I'd definitely mosh to this if it was being played live at a concert and it has some instrumental and lyrical complexity to it.
This might bring some nostalgia to a few people here
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