Never, Maybe, Forever

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This is from a very early recording session, so the quality's not top notch. But we felt we needed to get SOMETHING up here on NG, so here it is. We have some newer stuff up now, better quality, so check it out, too! As always, reviews are welcome and encouraged, though I ask that you listen to the song before voting :D

That being said, enjoy "Never, Maybe, Forever," generally considered to be our most popular song, and much better heard live. Check out http://www.myspace.com/th emulligans for more music, showtimes, random crap, etc.

If Ska is dead, then just consider us necrophiles.

Edit: If you want to vote zero, I'd appreciate a review letting me know why. We get plenty of good reviews, and that's great, but we want to improve, so don't be afraid to get ugly!

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Keeping in mind how old this song is, well i do consider it to beat a lot of music i know of now, i am not on the audio portal much, but this is one hell of a catchy tune, simple too, that said there is always plenty of room for improvement although im sure as five years have passed you would already know, i had given this an 8 but the more i listen to it the more i like it so i am going to give a ten and stick this song on my drive for my car


Hey man i LOVE seeing a new great ska band, you should check out our stuff too! OI! OI! OI!

This is fucking awesome.

Fucking awesome this is.

you said get ugly

wow that was bad. <:( were to start umm
maybe try adding more lyrics like for example some that rhyme try "a bond we can't severe" or "never say never because together does not rhyme. also try acting like you want to be there because you sounded rushed and drunk, a little enthusiasm can go a long way. you should also try waking up the dude on the horn because he kept lowering the tone like he was out of breathe. (was he using his nose?) the guitar was pretty good, though a little generic, also could you pep up the drummer i could hardly here him except for that up tempo part that sounded like it would work on a 300 soundtrack. to be honest this sounded like the steryotypes of a bad band they show on t.v. in essence work on it 3/10 1/5 sorry :(

HyruleanHyroe responds:

Thanks for the review! Five years late, but still accurate enough. :P Check out iTunes for more current music (though the recording quality is a bit sub-par).

from a guy who knows

its good but could be better. i played in a ska band for years. here is what i think BEAT UP! you cant skank to this homie! its deff good dont get me wrong but listen to some first wave ska like Desmond Dekker. and them jump to new wave like Skypark. you got potential.

HyruleanHyroe responds:

Thanks, appreciate the review and I agree with everything you've said. Partially because we've already put it into practice and have been playing better music for a while, haha. :D One of the drawbacks of posting early music, I suppose.

I like Clancy Eccles better, personally. :P

Credits & Info

4.18 / 5.00

Feb 9, 2006
11:30 PM EST
File Info
3.5 MB
3 min 52 sec

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