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Rayk
Title: just got here
Joined: Oct 20 2011
Location: the states
PostPosted: Oct 21 2011 12:31 am Reply with quote Back to top

Yeah, I'm starting a crappy rating thread... It's one to five stars rating here to rate the song above you. You don't need to quote the song above you, just rate the song above you between 1-5 stars(whole numbers please) and maybe the reason you feel that way and your song to be rated.

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Greg the White
Joined: Apr 09 2008
Location: Pennsylvania
PostPosted: Oct 21 2011 04:46 pm Reply with quote Back to top

4

Normally not into Tool, but I liked that track. I think I may have skipped over when I was younger because it had a more eclectic intro. One of my favorite songs from one of my favorite albums:



So here's to you Mrs. Robinson. People love you more- oh, nevermind.
 
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@om*d
Title: Dorakyura
Joined: Jul 10 2010
Location: Castlevania
PostPosted: Oct 21 2011 06:17 pm Reply with quote Back to top

5

Love the rhythm, the lyrics fit the music well and I find the mood it evokes quite enjoyable.

Here is one of my favorite songs:


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Rayk
Title: just got here
Joined: Oct 20 2011
Location: the states
PostPosted: Oct 22 2011 01:31 am Reply with quote Back to top

3/5 didn't hate it, didn't love it

a phil ochs' cover that I like(sorry for the long intro)


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Cameron
Title: :O � O:
Joined: Feb 01 2008
Location: St. Louis, MO
PostPosted: Oct 22 2011 05:03 am Reply with quote Back to top

This is a cool thread idea!

That song above gets a 5/5 because I've always loved Eddie Vedder's voice and that song showcases it.



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Fighter_McWarrior
Title: Gun of Brixton
Joined: Jun 05 2011
Location: Down by the River
PostPosted: Oct 22 2011 10:26 am Reply with quote Back to top

4/5. My first instinct is to hate it, but its one of those bizarre songs that I can't help but enjoy a bit.

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Syd Lexia
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Title: Pop Culture Junkie
Joined: Jul 30 2005
Location: Wakefield, MA
PostPosted: Oct 22 2011 10:34 am Reply with quote Back to top

4.5/5.0 because it's catchy.

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Unykle Broh
Title: Idiotique
Joined: Jul 24 2009
Location: Lake Stevens, WA
PostPosted: Oct 22 2011 04:17 pm Reply with quote Back to top

2/5
Great song if you like 80's pop. But I don't. Growing up, I think my babysitter would listen to that song.





 
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Greg the White
Joined: Apr 09 2008
Location: Pennsylvania
PostPosted: Oct 22 2011 05:33 pm Reply with quote Back to top

5, Fuckin' A, I love this song. The Syncopation in the breakdown is so perfect. King Crimson had some of the greatest musicians playing in their group.

If I had to make a "top songs" list, this would probably be #3:
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Neutral-Bob
Title: Zarkin Frood
Joined: Aug 17 2006
Location: Casa Del Guapo
PostPosted: Oct 22 2011 05:33 pm Reply with quote Back to top

4/5 I used to listen to this back when I worked as a waver at Liberty. I always loved their sound but I found it really easy to get burnt out on them. This is and "One More Red Nightmare" are my personal favorites.


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slapolakinkaido
Title: Illegitimate Son of God
Joined: Jul 14 2009
PostPosted: Oct 23 2011 01:26 am Reply with quote Back to top

About a 3/5 for the Nuetral Milk guys. Not a terrible song, just not my type of music. Since Nuetral Bob didn't post one I guess I will..


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Neutral-Bob
Title: Zarkin Frood
Joined: Aug 17 2006
Location: Casa Del Guapo
PostPosted: Oct 23 2011 03:50 pm Reply with quote Back to top

I didn't realize that Greg had posted before me and I forgot to add a song. My apologies guys.


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Etch
Title: Intermittent Scribbler
Joined: Mar 15 2011
Location: Texas
PostPosted: Oct 23 2011 10:03 pm Reply with quote Back to top

2/5 The vocals ruin it (I hate that particular type of distortion), and the music is sort of bland . Confused

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Alowishus
Joined: Aug 04 2009
PostPosted: Oct 24 2011 05:37 pm Reply with quote Back to top

2/5

The production was terrible, the song itself was generic 1980s. Overall it's not a bad song but it's not a great or in anyway a good song, it was actually pretty boring. If it came on the radio and i was driving i wouldn't turn off or anything. It sounds like one of those background noise sort of songs that plays but you don't really listen to it.

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Teralyx
Title: Master Exploder
Joined: Jun 04 2008
Location: Goldenrod City
PostPosted: Oct 24 2011 09:14 pm Reply with quote Back to top

2.5/5
Just really not my sort of thing. Too slow and blech and generic.



What I happened to be listening to at the moment


<TheFlamingSchnitzel> Didn't your mom teach you not to punch girls?
<FigNewton> I was too busy /punchin' her/
 
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Greg the White
Joined: Apr 09 2008
Location: Pennsylvania
PostPosted: Oct 24 2011 09:24 pm Reply with quote Back to top

1/5- Every second in that song produces something new to piss me off.

Not my favorite Femmes song, but happened to be playing:


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Cameron
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Joined: Feb 01 2008
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PostPosted: Oct 24 2011 11:22 pm Reply with quote Back to top

3/5. Really catchy, but I almost wish there was more instrumentation (or at least something going on in the background).


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Rayk
Title: just got here
Joined: Oct 20 2011
Location: the states
PostPosted: Oct 25 2011 12:41 am Reply with quote Back to top

3.5/5 Dug it.



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slapolakinkaido
Title: Illegitimate Son of God
Joined: Jul 14 2009
PostPosted: Oct 25 2011 01:17 am Reply with quote Back to top

3/5 Wasn't bad.


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Cameron
Title: :O � O:
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PostPosted: Oct 27 2011 04:07 am Reply with quote Back to top

4.5/5. I LOVE older EBM stuff like that (I actually consider that one of my music fetishes).


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JoshWoodzy
Joined: May 22 2008
Location: Goshen, VA
PostPosted: Oct 27 2011 10:47 am Reply with quote Back to top

4/5 for the song 5/5 for the video. Good stuff Cam.



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Greg the White
Joined: Apr 09 2008
Location: Pennsylvania
PostPosted: Oct 27 2011 02:18 pm Reply with quote Back to top

3/5 in the wrong mood, 5/5 in the right mood. That's one of my hang-ups with Wilco. They're the perfect music for me, but only in the right circumstances.

Heard this on the local college station a while ago, and I've been listening to it a lot, unusual considering I hate most of George Thorogood's music, but he somehow improved upon a Johnny Cash song.



So here's to you Mrs. Robinson. People love you more- oh, nevermind.
 
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slapolakinkaido
Title: Illegitimate Son of God
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PostPosted: Oct 28 2011 02:12 am Reply with quote Back to top

2/5 I'm not a huge fan of Thorogood or Johnny Cash, however I have to say 2/5 is rather generous by me considering I absolutely loathe most country music. To be fair, old country is far better than the newer absolutely unlistenable shit.



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Alowishus
Joined: Aug 04 2009
PostPosted: Oct 29 2011 04:10 pm Reply with quote Back to top

3/5. They remind of me of an industrial Tears For Fears. They sound like one of those bands were if i listened to more of their stuff i may like. This song was pretty good though.

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HardcoreGamer4Ever
Title: I Am The God Of Awesome
Joined: Jun 28 2010
Location: Your Mom's Vagina!
PostPosted: Oct 29 2011 06:56 pm Reply with quote Back to top

5/5. I love Dubstep, I love Pokemon music, and I love the hot chick in the pic.



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