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Rate The Song On The Different Language

Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by Hydrazoic Acid, Nov 20, 2015.

  1. Romulus

    Romulus Senior Member

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    If I was back to the age of the young boy in the video this rock song would most probably make a strong impression on me. 7/10


    Now to Mongolia for some rock.

     
  2. Mistral Wind

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    ah they are Mongolian! I did a little search in order to be sure of this. I immediately thought about Mongolian or Tuva people, because there are some things done by Sainkho Namtchylak (she'a tuvan singer) with her voice which sound very similar.
    I really like this song. This way of singing makes me think about nature and its power. 8/10

    next song's in slovenian language

     
  3. Hydrazoic Acid

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    Calm and meditative. Very nice to ears. 8/10.

    Next: epic-heavy song by Aria from their album "Baptism by Fire" (2003).

    It's called "Ball of the Prince of Darkness".
    Lyrics are based on the plot about Voland's celebration ball, from the novel by Mikhail Bulgakov "Master and Margarita".

     
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    Oh, they never disappoint! It's always a pleasure listening to them. Very good instrumentals. I'm sure that if I knew russian, I'd have enjoyed it even more! 8/10

    next song's in french

     
  5. Hydrazoic Acid

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    Very good gothic tune, and French fits great to this atmosphere. 8.5/10.

    Next: humoristic, banter pop-punk on Russian. It's called "I'm beating women and children".

     
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    Telephone: french band of the second part of the seventies. Stones influenced and first wave of punk attitude. I still own their debut album. The french language - like the spanish and the italian - is not really the perfect combination for rock tunes and riffs, but the music is good imho. Enjoy. Rate: 6.5/10.

     
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  7. Hydrazoic Acid

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    Man, don't forget to rate the song above yours. I don't see your score. :hy:
     
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    Sorry. Done !
     
  9. Hydrazoic Acid

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    Interesting song with catchy chorus. 7/10.

    Next: another ballad by Russian band Grand-Courage, called "Wave". The song starts at 0:22.

     
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    nice ballad and he has a very clear voice, I like it. 7/10

    next song's sung in romani language

     
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