I'm glad you liked that song, man. They're an incredibly band with so much soul. You Ain't Alone is another amazing track of theirs.
8/10. I would mark it higher but unfortunately for me it's one of those songs that has lost all meaning. Whilst it's a great song that everyone should hear at some point, it's just been played to death. Quite sad.
I love it when a cover is completely different from the original.
8.5 out of 10.0 Superb! I've always have and always been a fan of the King of Fighter series, even more so now after listening to that for the first time in ages. Awesome guitar playing in this as well as a very, very unique style.
Probably most of you have heard this from GTA IV, but I was sitting in a lobby today with LRR on and realized that this is a very good song.
The vocal felt a bit superfluous on the track. I think it just wasn't necessary and amde it feel a bit like some of those awful dance tracks from the late 90s. Not that this was awful though, I quite like the rest of the track. It's somehow pretty laid back and chilled even with such a fast paced melody(?). I enjoyed it, mostly.
Emeli Sandé is the most recent recipient of the prestigious Robinski Award for Amazing Singing Voice. Up there with Ellie Goulding and Lana Del Rey, easily.
The audio's a bit shaky because it hasn't officially been released yet. If you'd prefer a live version also with shaky audio, here's one:
E: In retrieving these videos, I found out she's scottish, always thought she was from hackney for some reason. Learn something every day eh?
This post has been edited by Robinski on Friday, Aug 17 2012, 17:29
5.5 out of 10.0 Not exactly my strong suit; too techno and too poppy for my taste. Although, I will admit that Sandé's voice is very, very spectacular. She has great range and just a strong pair of lungs. I wonder how she would sound in a different style of music.
I've never been a big fan of Genesis, but LRR may have changed my mind.
9.5 out of 10. And that is only because it is Phil Collins Genesis - 10 if it was old Peter Gabriel Genesis . I can't even express how weird it was to see that album cover. That was like one of the only cassettes in my first car - played it endlessly.
I'll toss in another odd [semi] classic just for fun.
8.5 out of 10.0 Found myself bobbing my head along to that with my feet tapping and my hands clapping. The lyrics weren't nothing special, in my opinion, but the singer's voice is very distinct and easy to get to know and like, in addition, that guitar playing was absolutely breathtaking. Awesome riffs and solos riddled all throughout the song! Bravo!
Stevie Nicks is what made Fleetwood Mac for me. She's was great with them and she was great while solo.
7.5 out of 10.0 That was pretty decent; had a nice groove and rhythm. It reminds me of something out of The Ballad of Gay Tony. I could imagine Luis driving Tony down Castle Garden City in his Oracle with this on the radio.
I never heard of Sisters of Mercy until I got use of LRR in GTA IV. I honestly think that this is a pretty unique song.
7.5 out of 10.0 That was very well-executed; upbeat, groovy and just a good song. I have two problems with the song: it sounds like it has been done before (been done a lot, in my opinion) and the singer's voice can get annoying after a while. It sounds as if he doesn't know if he's singing a pop or a folk song.
I'm still into GTA IV tracks, especially this one. To be frank, I've never, ever heard of The Scrubbers before, but I'm glad I've found them.
EDIT: Fixed some spelling errors.
This post has been edited by StoneHead37 on Saturday, Aug 18 2012, 23:51
6.5 out of 10.0 I really enjoyed the musical aspect of that song, as well as the lyric, but the vocals were terribly annoying. I felt as if the vocals ruined the great instrumental part of the song. Other than that, the song was honestly pretty good.
I had this stuck in my head every hearing it last night on Music Choice.
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