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review the song posted above you

Post by classpectanon » Fri Oct 16, 2020 3:17 am

title. simple shit

it can be as humorous of a review or as serious of one as you want.

i'll begin.

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Re: review the song posted above you

Post by Generalrabogolfo » Wed Oct 21, 2020 9:27 am

didn't we have one of these already?
anyway nice static noise bro, the gunshots or whatever the fuck those are really add to the mix in a nnnnggghhh way! 7/10
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Re: review the song posted above you

Post by Oddhi » Fri Oct 23, 2020 9:12 am

At first I opened this thread, clicked the song, and was too lazy to write a review. Then the song kept popping up in my YouTube mix while I was playing D&D, and I warmed up to it a lot more. Some can say I even vibed. Solid song. 9/10.


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Re: review the song posted above you

Post by Avery T Deaconari » Mon Nov 30, 2020 9:56 am

Not bad. Not sure if it's really my thing, but I can appreciate it. (It certainly captures the feel of old-school big band/swing music, which is good. Just not sure if this *particular* song is up my alley, as it were.)

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