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Jun 3, 2005 | 3:20 PM EDT
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2.37 / 5.00

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Rated 2.37 / 5 stars
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Plaid Tees is a parody of the song "White Tees". I would listen to that song first.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love you goldencat

come back goldencat - we all love you :P



Rated 0 / 5 stars

It's been just about 3 years.

....3...whole...years....since I reviewed "Goldencat's" horrible 13 year-old wangster Freestyle Rap. You disintegrated from the BBS and all was good...

I took a stroll down memory lane, reading back on reviews posted past, and came across it again...and then I thought to myself, "Hey...I wonder whatever happened to ol' Goldencat." to find you had posted something new.

Curiosity got the best of me. "Maybe he's gotten better...or maybe he's gotten worse, as hard as that is to believe."

The answer is neither; You're just as bad as you were. This time, however, I'll specify how. You probably don't want to hear half the shit I have to say, but goddammit, this is what that little box below your Audio File is for, so pay attention.

1. You're delivery is pathetically weak.
As horrible and slipshod as the professionally recorded "White Tee" was, they at least had a certain presence you could detect when you listen to it; They made it fun. They're on stage bouncing around, flailing their arms around getting the audience pumped, like any good performer. This same energy you could detect through HOW they were repeating the same shit over and over again even in the studio version. You could bounce wit it, because you heard them bouncing too. YOU, however, make it PAINFULLY clear that you're sitting down, just basically reading...and it doesn't matter if you had it memorized or not...what matters is that's exactly what it SOUNDS like...I can appreciate you've stepped away from the whigger-sounding Goldencat, but you went way over into the nerdy-sounding Goldencat field. My personal opinion? I simply don't like your style, and I don't think you got a fan-base flying off the chain over here to go with ya.

...I can give props for a good parody; Weird Al does it all the time, but he still delivers an energy that connects to the audience...this is a concept I think you need time to understand...

2. Lyrical content sucks. ...Weird Al was funny when he lampoons familiar songs we all know...his content and production value is what makes it gold. So what do you have to offer? Production value?'s an average mic in an average household environment, with an average voice behind the mic, and average or possibly worse editing at most. Okay, so production value's out the window...maybe you can make up with content, right?


I'm not even going to waste the effort into quoting some of these lame, lame, laaaaame lyrics. They don't even raise a chuckle...not even a smirk. I tried my God-DAMNDEST to at least laugh at it, but I was just shaking my head, wanting it to stop.

At most, you might find a rapping career as the backup guy that goes "Ohhh!" "Yeah!" "Oak Cliff!" or something...the "Random Shouter" as it were. But if you're going to continue to pursue your life goals, (which I admire and encourage in everybody.) Please stop sucking so bad...for God's sake, get better, kid.


Thank you for reading...hope this will at the very least motivate you to practice all hard-core to prove NOT to me and everybody else wrong, but to prove to yourself that you can do it like a pro.

Rap isn't as easy as we like to joke it takes endurance and articulation, and with free styling, a clear and quick mind. It's not meant to be heard by everybody, and it's not meant to be performed by everybody, but if this is something you wanna do and be awesome at it, you're going to have to work and sweat for it.

"I'd like one decent rap from the artist formally known as 'Goldencat' please. Hold the suck."


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Way better than your other raps.

I'm so gonna buy your CD when you make it big :P


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

No dood.

Plaid is not pronounced 'plad'. But at least this is better then your other stuff. Keep trying. Eventually you'll make good rap. Just wait a few years.


Rated 3 / 5 stars all....

This was WAY better than that infamous freestyle crap, mainly because your voice isn't all high and annoying now. Only thing was it was way offbeat. Work on that. But overall, good job!

I just reviewed yo ass in my plaid tee ^_^

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