Discussion in 'News' started by Mark, Jun 8, 2007.
How about you read the first post?
Sorry about that , my bad.
ryu told me about the second to none info on myspace btw, so its confirmed. also, thats the only track on the album mike's gonna be on. maybe he'll be on one or two on the mixtape
They've released quite a few entry passwords, I'll list down some: (that still work)
codeblack (this is the password which allows you to view those clips of the old-school Transformers)
deceptibot (the theme)
Not case sensitive by the way.
Looks like it will be a nice mix
Okay, I just want to clarify something. The theme song from Sector Seven is obviously not MuteMath (+1 obvious). If you read the e-mail client on the Sector Seven website (either using codeblack or deceptibot as the password), the band who did the theme is called Deceptibot.
Thank you, that is all.
a veeeeeeeeeeeeeery small sample of the song "Second to none" i found in youtube
Very small indeed
i just got back from seeing "transformers" (it came out a few days ago over here) and only 2 seconds or so of "second 2 none" was played when bumblebee was introduced. that's the same sample played in the projekt: revolution trailer.
"what i've done" was all over that movie, though, i was pretty happy about that.
How was the movie, chemist?
theres a 30 second preview of second to none here http://www.sobcentral.com/
Thanks for the promotion mcrc
We've (SOBC) got the full track.
We're currently checking if it's okay to host.
I actually think the use of What I've done wasnt so great. A lot of LP fans will hate me for saying it, but the second time the song is used (I wont give anything anyway dont worry) didnt fit the scene it was over. I think it would have had a much more dramatic impact if they used a traditional score for the 'speech' and THEN cranked WID. Just my two cents.
Transformers album has been released.
Mike has the first verse in "Second to None," followed by Ryu and Tak.
Mike must've played guitar on it, too, because it's closer to something like "Rock Superstar" by Cypress Hill than anything I've heard by SOB before.
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