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Date
12/16/2007
File Info
Song
6.6 MB
4 min 48 sec
Score
3.53 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.53 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Indie
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Author Comments

This song is about political and social frustration and confusion.

Reviews


ViridisViridis

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Kewl

The inro to this song is wierd, i like the guitar though, its got a cool ring to it. And it fits well with the tune. The vocals come in pretty early and theyre pretty good. The slow and simple quiet drumbeat behind it is alright too.
The lyrics are kewl too. :)
Anyway its a good song but maybe have the vocals a tad louder as theyre pretty quiet.
Hope to see more!

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BreakingFaces responds:

thanks!


phantomlassukphantomlassuk

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the singing

This is a good poliical song although i found, that the tune does tend to be louder then the actual singing. Which made it hard to understand the singer lyrics
I found the lyics powerful especially with the system, is corrurpt. I liked the beat and way the tune sounded. It is a fairly long song but it was very enjoyable ,and good well done

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BreakingFaces responds:

That's a nice review but you're still a conservative douchebag.
How can you listen to Foamy's rants and be a conservative? You probably just like it because it's popular.
Stupid fucker.


Little-RenaLittle-Rena

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty Neat

The intro to this sounds pretty good to me though the vocals seem a little too quiet, it would be good if those where a little louder in my view, they are too hidden by the background music in my view, so they aren't really very clear. But the actual music itself is very good though maybe could have been played better to fit the theme a little better, didn't think the tune worked with the theme.

It's not too bad, there is room for improvment here, but other than the few things I've mentioned, everything else sounds to come together very well and the length is also very good, so nice work overall with this.

4/5

<3

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CoopCoop

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Interesting...

You said in a previous response that it was Alternative Rock. Isn't there a section for that, rather than in Indie, as most Indie that I've listened to has lyrics that you can understand. Anyway, aside from that, I can understand them well enough, so I don't know what the issue was there.

Anyway, this is a decent song, sending a message across about the futility of the world in general. That's how life is, I'm afraid. Let's move on and talk about the tune itself - it's a quite simple riff on the keyboard, which keeps looping throguh the song, with a basic sounding guitar backing. I think that it's got a little samey through the tune, as you don't even give us an instrumental, which is a great chance to take the instruments away from the vocals and show us what they are capable of.

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BreakingFaces responds:

They don't have a section for alt. rock, they really should.
And thanks


MacGugesMacGuges

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

sad but hard to understand

I think this song effectively relates frustration and a degree of sadness, but it's unclear to me that this is political frustration. Not all the lyrics sound clear to me, and of the lyrics I can clearly hear I don't understand what is intended, just that the singer is unhappy about his circumstances. Perhaps the artist was inspired by politics, but I couldn't describe what he's saying more specifically.

However, I do like the instrumental work. The electronics and guitar have interesting riffs I enjoy hearing more of. If the singing were redone with better enunciation, I imagine I could enjoy this song unequivocally.
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BreakingFaces responds:

In the genre of alt. rock, you're not really supposed to hear lyrics.
But thank you though