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#1June 15th, 2005 · 02:13 PM
4 threads / 2 songs
45 posts
Second Taste
Score: 70.0%
Rank: 7th
Battle: 2005-07

This is me and a buddy of mine.  I sang and wrote the melody and lyrics.  The rest is him.  Enjoy.

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#2June 15th, 2005 · 10:35 PM
31 threads / 19 songs
612 posts
Nice arrangement,a little long and stretched out but good.Like the vocals as well.
#3June 16th, 2005 · 12:00 AM
13 posts
Nice job.  Really prog, but that's my thing Production value's pretty good, but if you can open the sound up more and fill out the bass, I think it'll sound a lot better.  Also, turn yourself up.  You have a great voice, and I wanna hear it
#4June 16th, 2005 · 10:13 AM
115 threads / 18 songs
1,414 posts
United States of America
at first i didn't like this track b/c of the dissonant sound, but after listening again, i liked it a lot.  the song could use some sound-opening, like cutie6 said.  other than that, i think it's balanced very nicely.  may want to turn the vocal volume up just a small bit on that first section of the song.

very nice song!
#5June 25th, 2005 · 10:04 PM
4 threads / 2 songs
45 posts
Thanks a lot guys, all your feedback is really appreciated.  And yeah, I agree that the vocals should be louder in the beginning mix... but try telling that to a hardcore Meshuggah fan Heheh, he's great though.  Best indie drummer I've ever seen live.
#6June 26th, 2005 · 04:01 AM
42 posts
This is beautiful! Better than Phoebe Buffay. :-)
#7June 26th, 2005 · 09:50 AM
4 threads / 2 songs
45 posts
Heheheh, thanks
#8June 26th, 2005 · 09:08 PM
7 threads / 7 songs
23 posts
Very cool!
Very nice, I like the guitar a lot, your voice is lost in the beginning of the song, and it's small sonically, meaning or more low mids or a full telephone bandpass would of suited the idea better, the mix is cool in crescendo is always a good formula, as far as my taste goes, to much fx in the vocals, maybe pan out the flanger/phaser or layer through the song, but as I said good song, Transistor(ize) and I agree.

#9July 10th, 2005 · 12:48 AM
1 threads / 1 songs
23 posts
I'd love to hear you...
In your hard rock band. You have a dark yet soothing voice, this stuff reminds me a bit of Portishead very relaxing stuff. But I agree with the other guys, your voice should be brought out a little more and the sounds mad e a bit fuller to make this song really awesome.

Any copies of your band Bulb floating around the Internet, if so I'd love to hear them.

#10July 14th, 2005 · 08:36 AM
4 threads / 2 songs
45 posts
Thanks so much. I'll see if I can dig up some tracks from the bowels of my hard drive.  I must have a cd lying around here somewhere... but ever since I moved a year ago I've been missing some stuff
#11July 23rd, 2005 · 06:16 AM
3 threads / 3 songs
9 posts
United States of America
The vocals are great, really nice vibe. The drums are pretty cool too. I love these kind of relaxed ethereal voices.
#12July 24th, 2005 · 12:52 PM
13 threads / 7 songs
164 posts
Production kicks ass alright, bit of a grower this tune methinks
#13July 24th, 2005 · 02:06 PM
8 posts
United States of America
I love the moody, slightly dissonant backing here. Nice voice and cool instrumentation. One of the coolest I've heard on here. Sounds a little like the singer from Bittersweet Maniacs. Nice stuff.
#14July 24th, 2005 · 04:03 PM
2 threads
33 posts
The drums were sometimes kind of hard to hear, but overall a very good song. Besides, i'm not someone in a good position to complain about other people's songs; i'm just some kid in a struggling rock band. Anyways, cool song, keep up the good work!
#15July 25th, 2005 · 05:53 AM
29 threads / 21 songs
75 posts
United Kingdom
love the intro. nice to hear something with some odd chords in it. builds nicely too.
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