The "Rate The Song Above You" Thread

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Postby Studebacher Hoch » 2009.12.12 (07:14)

Simple. Rate the song in the post above yours, and post a link to one of your own. To make it not spam, actually write a comment about the song you listened too, and a short description of the song you're linking. Something. Anything so that it won't be spam.

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Titus Andronicus - Fear and Loathing in Mahwah, NJ

The song ends in Aaron the Moor's death speech. Which I think is pretty deck.
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Postby Donfuy » 2009.12.12 (13:26)

3.5/5

At first, for the first 2 half minutes or so, it felt awesome. After that, I got pretty bored of the noise.
(I'm also stunned to how this song goes from /awesome/ to /ohmigoshimboredletshearanothersong/.


!!! - Myth Takes

Bass action and wacky guitar. It's amazing.
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Postby Leaff » 2009.12.12 (21:59)

Really like the bassline and the way the vocals are kind of whispered. Satisfying! :3
4/5, I guess. Something is missing but I dunno what. ;-;

Istari Lasterfahrer's ce qui reste de ce qui va

I like this song because the bass is really cool, and it's kind of uncommon to find breakcore stuff with bass like that. :3
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Postby unoriginal name » 2009.12.13 (03:36)

Absolutely top-notch. They're world-famous for a reason. 4.5/5

Kingdom Shore - Stray Bullets Singing "It's not what you say, but who you give it to."
The most challenging music I've ever listened to, which is why I love it so much.
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Postby SlappyMcGee » 2009.12.13 (03:40)

2/5. It was mostly noise, which can be good, but I don't think it was technically proficient nor musically appealing.
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Postby Studebacher Hoch » 2009.12.13 (06:54)

9/10

Vintage fucking Who. Live Keith Moon? Hell yes. Nondescript positives!

Eels - Fresh Feeling

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Postby Seneschal » 2009.12.13 (11:55)

3.5/5
I wasn't too keen on the guy's voice, but the rest of it was pretty good.

The Divine Comedy - Diva Lady

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Postby 乳头的早餐谷物 » 2009.12.13 (12:42)

Okay, but it got rather old rather quickly and I would not want to listen to it again. 4/10.

Shugo Tokumaru - Parachute
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Postby aids » 2009.12.13 (14:03)

4/10

Kinda catchy, but I couldn't understand what he was saying, and it annoyed me.

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Postby Donfuy » 2009.12.13 (17:15)

Holy balls, this was pretty effin' great! I really really loved it.
5/5

Durutti Column - Never Known

Great guitar. Smooth voice. And a bit of echo.
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Postby Sunset » 2009.12.13 (17:26)

8/10
pretty good for new wave

Working Man by Rush

I think I have a good taste in music... I dunno :P

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Postby otters~1 » 2009.12.13 (18:06)

3/10

Rush strikes me as noise. Never liked 'em.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTbX_XYo6xI

The above is one of my absolute favorite songs.

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Postby Leaff » 2009.12.13 (19:17)

I like the beginning, but once the vocals cut in I start to lose interest. Hmmeh. 2/5?

Travestieten Transsexuelen Over The Rainbow Braak - Cardopusher

I like this song because he meshes like thirty raggae songs together and it just gets so insane and loud towards the end and yeah. Fun stuff.
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Postby unoriginal name » 2009.12.13 (23:00)

Breakcore, in general, isn't quite my thing, but I still squeezed passable enjoyment out of that song. 3/5

Black Dice - Ultra Vomit Craze
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Postby Donfuy » 2009.12.13 (23:34)

Hmgood. I'm going to check out on more stuff from them.

4/5


Time to Lose - Tuxedomoon (LIVE)

It's kind of a shame it's a live video, because of the audio quality, but oh well.


Also, I think I'll be posting Tuxedomoon for the next posts. Cause damn, these guys are good.
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Postby bobaganuesh_2 » 2009.12.14 (00:23)

that's some really cool sound gloomp. I think these guys will be my ticket to the avant-garde music industry, so to speak

EDIT: Donfuy has beat me to it

Donfuy, it is a good song by a good artist for what it is, but not my thing, y'know?

DJ Krush feat. Inden - Journey of Time

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Postby Tanner » 2009.12.14 (03:30)

I thought the production was supreme and why not? DJ Krush is legend. But the MC, Inden, didn't do it for me. I don't speak the language and wasn't impressed by any tongue-twisting proficiency. 3/5

P.O.S. - Drumroll (We're All Thirsty)
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Postby bobaganuesh_2 » 2009.12.14 (07:27)

I'll have to investigate that man some more. I'm finding his songs to be immediately appealing to me, because of the absurd lyrics and innovative instruments that I seem to be encountering with alternative hip-hop. 5/5

Here's something a little different: Scatman - Scatman John

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Postby Rule » 2009.12.16 (16:37)

There is no official music video for this song, so I'll just give you the lyrics.
Eminem ft. Nate Dogg - 'Till I Collapse
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Postby Mute Monk » 2009.12.16 (17:08)

Well, rap is far from my favourite, but I have to admit Eminem has a way with words. 3.7/5.

Lazy Eye - Silversun Pickups

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Postby Leaff » 2009.12.16 (23:24)

Ah, man. Used to be a big fan of those guys. Don't really like them that much any more, though. >_> 3/5, I guess?

Waltz For Life Will Born - Uyama Hiroto

Instrumental jazz hop :D
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