Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by VasilisP, Feb 19, 2016.
Awesome, as always. These guys are just extraordinarily talented, what to say... 10/10.
The violins were interesting...although an interesting choice for a synth band where that sound is usually re-produced by a keyboard. Not his best song but worth the listen. 7/10
So true... I've taken my side.
Sentiment and tune are fine 10/10.
Following on- as one does :
The Mekons- Where Were You.
This group reminded me of The Clash but they have their own groove also. I really liked the lyrics and nature of this track giving it an upfront raw and personal; also original introduction simple yet effective. 8.5/10
I love that sad, melancholic mood in that song. Great! 9/10.
Unmistakable voice, very well constructed song and snappy drumming - 7/10.
(Cat people. )
David Bowie - Putting Out The Fire..
My tastes in Bowie songs is very particular. This obviously has Gothic influences but lacks a bit musically. Bowie's vocals though help to redeem the song, especially when he sings that chorus. 6.8/10
I adore the things in that style. The spirit of a good-old America. Wonderful. 10/10.
Hydra... thank you! Deans phrasing and the brush sticks coaxing on the band is bliss. 10/10 (perfect Friday night tune)
Georgie Fame - Ballad Of Bonnie& Clyde.
Great brass and piano work. 7,5/10
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