It'll Be Alright

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This is a song by the Ska band I am the vocalist/rhythm guitarist for. We have 8 members (2 trumpets, 1 trombone, 1 bari sax, 2 guitarists, bass and drums) and play gigs up in Washington.

The vocals (and the whole song generally) sound much better when we play it live. I dunno what it is about doing vocals in a booth, but I get over 9000 times more nervous.

Tell me what you think! :3


The song seems to be good, but it looks like you're an amateur band.
I suggest you practice to record a better version. If what you said is true(and I ain't doubting) you can play it much better, all you gotta do is stop being nervous.
Take this as a good review.

PS:Not very good with english, forgive me if I something sounded like an offense or wrong.

This is a song you play to make it so that other people can't keep up.

Yeah, you've got it! I'm used to it harsher, but it's lively enough. Just loosen up a bit, man, you'll do well. If your other stuff's this good, I'd like to watch you guys do it some time. I'll be listening for more.

:-) wohoo!!!

Yeah,man...very good!! it is f***ing great!! I loved it. *favorited*

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This is great, dude! Never known any ska band to utilise bari sax except Streetlight Manifesto, so you've immediately got some uniqueness about youse. Should bring it out a bit more though, if you've got a phat low sound in the horns, I think it's just so much more awesome. The vocals are pretty damn good, and I know how it feels recording. I do vocals for several songs in my own ska band (from Australia) and even though they're just sung in front of a Mac for demoes it is so much harder recording them than singing them anywhere else.

If I had five arms I'd give thumbs up with all of them, and it's what I'm rating this. 5/5, and 10/10

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4.33 / 5.00

Mar 28, 2011
1:42 AM EDT
File Info
3.5 MB
3 min 51 sec

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