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Rate The Song On The Different Language

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

  1. Mistral Wind

    Mistral Wind Senior Member

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    not bad! I like the guitars and the drums... but I'm not impressed by the vocal part. 6,5/10

    next song is sung in Latin

     
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    Formidable, dark, epic. Really good. 9/10.

    Next: Jarga, pagan-folk-metal on Russian. Song called "We Are Attacking to Tsargrad".*

    * Tsargrad - it's an ancient Slavic name for Constantinople.


     
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    wonderful and powerful! I really like it! I wanna go attacking Costantinople too! Yeaahhh! ^_^ 8/10

    next song's in italian... the title means "Chant of Emptiness"

     
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    Pretty gloomy sounding. It's unusual to hear the dark song on Italian. Interesting combination. 8/10.

    Next: epic doom-metal on Spanish.

     
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    wow! It's an impressive and powerful song! Usually, I don't think spanish or italian or portuguese fit this genre. It's difficult to create a credible metal track with these languages... But, wow, this band here sounds so good that vocals are exceptional too!
    As for music... just wow! 8,5/10 Great pick, Sergey (or, in italian, Sergio! ;-) )

    next song is in russian!

     
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    Thanks a lot, Giuseppe, I've never heard about these guys before. Irony. ;) :grinthumb
    Very good sample of electro-gothic. 8.5/10.

    Next: hard'n'heavy on Polish.

     
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    I really liked the vocals on this track backed by an accomplished band 8/10

    Staying in Poland here is a lively number...

     
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    I know these guys. They can rock! 7/10.

    Next: post-punk on Russian. The band -
    Kukryniksy, the song - "It doesn’t matter".


     
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    nice song, though I wished for a bit more energy, since it's punk. 6,5/10

    next song is in slovenian/serb-croatian (I never really understood in what language they sang in those years)

     
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    Bumping...

    Nice synthpop done in a wild style! Very interesting listen. 7/10

    Here's a classic Russian pop tune. The ladies are enjoyable to watch too in the vid..

     
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