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Old 07.28.05, 1:30 AM
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New Band...tell me what you think

I'm playing bass in this new group even though i'm a guitarist.

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I like it alot, sounds kinda like....alot of bands.....

I really like it though.
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theres 2 kind of music... 1st.the music that means nothing 2nd the music that makes history ... well this is the 1st one...

but this is pretty good for 21st
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I really hate it when people say "Theres only two kinds of..."
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I like the bass the best, it's funky.

It's not really my kind of music but if it was then i'd definitely dig it.

the only thing that I'm not keen on if I'm honest is the vocals, they sound a bit cheesy.

But that's just my opinion, I think it's wicked that you are doing it, the websites good as well
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thanks. it is kind of cheesey but those were just the two tunes the singer and guitar player wrote.

myself and the drummer have been writing and adding the new material which has a more dance vibe to it. i'll post again when my stuff is up on there. Thanks for the input, from everyone, good and bad!
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wow, I actually really like that!
not my type of music generally, but it sounds good. Very retro sounding. In a good way.

I like the singers voice. Nice bass playing, and nice recording all around. Did you guys record it yourself?
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I don't really like the music but IMHO i think it's very well played and recorded....good luck in the future
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theres 2 kind of music... 1st.the music that means nothing 2nd the music that makes history ... well this is the 1st one...

but this is pretty good for 21st
Harsh.

I certainly don't think your music means nothing. It's very RHCP, and I like. Anything with more guitar, though? This sounds like the kind of music where the guitarist should just go nuts every once in a while.
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pretty cool. just not to sure about the name. but whats in a name right.
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2nd the music that makes history
Not all music has to be revolutionary and/or challenging. Some people just like a good tune, ya know?

Anyway, nice stuff.
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That's some pretty good shiznit, man. I don't think it sounds like everything else, its got too much rhythm. I think if someone sees it as too "mainstream," then they should check out "Smile." It rocks considerably more (but the other is still kick a**).
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After reading a bio about a Medieval Saxon, I was expecting to hear metal.
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Bad ass dude, I like the bass a lot, very funky and jazzy, and the vocals fit perfectly.
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