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Jan 31, 2008 | 3:00 PM EST
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2.6 MB
1 min 54 sec
3.64 / 5.00

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Rated 3.64 / 5 stars
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ermmm just a little mess around really, getting back into recording my guitar and trying out ezdrummer as well. Simple as can be chords, crap riff and a lead that had no idea where it was going. It was fun making tho. There is a blatant mistake in this track too see if you can spot it, I'll either upload a new un or get rid of it depending on how i feel. As always your comments are always welcome.




Rated 4 / 5 stars


I like this, its catchy in a old school sort of way. I like the guitar is so twangy and staccato during the "verse" parts. The chorus is alright but I see what you mean about the lead having no idea, its a bit all over the place but that does fir in with the rest of the song IMO.

I feel its really missing some bass so I downloaded it and made a bassline just for fun :D. Hope youll be recording some more guitar stuff now!

pitbulljones responds:

how did i not spot this? Yea man twas a simple fuckabout, give me some basssssssssssss la' like pronto, you ever wanna collab hit me up G, guitar is all the way blew my keyboard up and skint so cannae buy a new un. Whats the crack with you? Send some linkage in a pm.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

hurray for good music... again!

You know your music always puts a smile on my face.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty Good

Nice guitar and a decent beat


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

"...producer of vintage nostalgia..."

Sounds familiar... like the Raconteurs, kind of, and this other Scottish band I remember hearing... it'd be amazing with vocals, and sounds a tad repetitive (at :56 it sounds like it's repeating itself from the beginning). It's the solo guitar that gives it this kind of vintage European feeling... the power chord rhythm guitar is another producer of vintage nostalgia, but not solely derived from European roots. Great work man.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well on the way

Well, a litte "unproduced", if you will :P, but I like it :)
I like the beginning part, the not-so-distorted one, the best. Especially the second times it comes around, the lead has that crispyness to it :)

Definately potential in this song, I'd say :D

pitbulljones responds:

hey hey, aye its a bit rough and raw this, as mentioned in comments just working on getting guitar back in with my usb pedal. hmmm i prefer the second on this, though it's perfectly harmless whichever way you look at it. I may develop it one day i'm unsure. many thanks for the review.