Discussion in 'Other Music' started by Zak, Jul 14, 2015.
2/10 bruh i fuckin hate this type of stuff.
7/10 Quite good, but very different from Chester's work with LP. Well, I think he always said it was, right? Still, good sound and instrumentation.
Sharon den Adel makes her return to music with an Electropop/Indie Pop flavored music that is very different from her work with Within Temptation, but surely her vocal and lyrical qualities are there. I wish she could do some more of this after her upcoming solo album, but she said a new WT album thatt will be a follow-up to 2014's Hydra will be released next year.
9/10 It's Very good! I love this song...
Sonically great, but vocally could it could be much better. The instrumentation is what shines the most, but his voice undermines the instrumentation a bit and I can hardly hear the symphonic elements. I think the production could have been more even. Lyrically good as well, so 6/10. In terms of symphonic metal there are much better things out there.
Love the album this song is featured on, but sadly this band got much worse on the third one.
9/10 Kickass song, especially when that chorus kicked in!
Very dreamy instrumental with a great beat, but it's always the same thing which makes it kinda boring 6/10
This one reminds me a lot of early Avril Lavigne for some reason, blended with Evanecence even though it's more hard rock. I'm enjoying this band a lot almost halfway through their album Light Me Up.
Hmm not bad, she's has a really good voice. 6.5/10
9/10 very good!
Loved the 80s vibe, but it was a tad boring. Still really enjoyable. 7/10
This song just drags endlessly. It's quite repetitive and the vocals are not that good, 4/10
I already know the song so I wont listen to it.
8/10 X-Japan's art of life does it better imo.
While admittedly pretty interesting, not really my cup of tea. I didn't like the vocals 4.5/10
8.5/10. Brought back memories.
7/10 something about it was weird yet I oddly liked it at the same time.
Very strange mashup 3/10
9/10 Love that song!
Not bad 7/10
8/10. Can never go wrong with Iron Maiden
I can say that must be his farewell song. I like the way it sounds, but vocally could be better. Very repetitive as well and the guitar play could have lasted longer 6/10
This one along with Isobel are my favorites from Post and nothing comes close to that level in the other 5 albums I've heard by her, but Homogenic is the closest in terms of quality.
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