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  • OK, here you go: www.hernextfriend.com/music.html



    Flame away...

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    • Originally posted by ZigZagWanderer

      OK, here you go: www.hernextfriend.com/music.html



      Flame away...




      Flame? That's some sharp powerpop. I especially like the first two tracks.



      For me, evokes Smithereens, Teenage Fanclub a little. Good stuff.





      I hope someone else will come along and help revitalize this thread...

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      • My band's in my sig. A few tunes from our first and only gig so far. Rather proggy stuff.
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        • Magpel



          I am listening to your songs and I think they're great. Sweet clementine is such a nice song.

          Keep up the good work

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          • Originally posted by Gone 6 days now

            Magpel



            I am listening to your songs and I think they're great. Sweet clementine is such a nice song.

            Keep up the good work




            Thank you! "Sweet Clementine" belongs to the other writer in the band, Chris. I'll pass the compliment along.

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            • Magpel - checkout Liverpool NY. and Roundabout. Great acoustic sound! The vocals work well together, needs a little more work vocally so things mesh better or it is just the recording. The fem. vox were cutting a little short on some of the phrases. Very good sound for such a low budget.



              Here comes my *metal* submission:

              www.DescentIntoMadness.com/media.html
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              • Originally posted by jjbraunius



                Here comes my *metal* submission:

                www.DescentIntoMadness.com/media.html




                That's some proficient, melodic metal! I'm not n expert on the genre (though I do really dig Mastodon, FWIW).



                I listend to a few of the May demos and watched one of the performance videos. I was really impressed with how well you guys are able to keep the woman's voice "on top" in your live sound, probably a tribute to her pipes as much as to your live rig.



                Good stuff. Look like a pretty serious band.

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                • I'm always looking for advice:



                  www.switchrocks.com/Songs/Triumph.mp3
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                  • I have a ccouple of rough demo's here...just guitars and drum machine. I'm debating whether to pursue them farther. I think they have some potential, but then again I'm kinda biased



                    I have quite a few ideas to work them up into more complex pieces, but the question is....is the frame good enough to hang a picture in?



                    Any thoughts would be appreciated.



                    You can check them out here...







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                    • Originally posted by IHateRap

                      I'm always looking for advice:



                      www.switchrocks.com/Songs/Triumph.mp3




                      I don't have anythng in the way of advice, but that certainly is an impressive track--the arrangement, the production, and, of course, the wailing.



                      Triumph! What an epic!



                      What's your role on it? Chief wailer or total auteur? I'm trying to figure if the drums are real or samples. I lean toward real, though it's the cymbals (always the cymbals) that make me wonder.

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                      • Originally posted by IHateRap

                        I'm always looking for advice:



                        www.switchrocks.com/Songs/Triumph.mp3




                        Awesome guitar playing. Reminds me a bit of Marty's "Dragon Kiss" but with more taste. The drums after the piano brake had one sloppy transition, otherwise pretty good demo. You should try to get that to Shrapnel records.
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                        • I'm not really adept at moving stuff around, or exactly how long this link will work, but my song is called "Blue Fly". My bandmate's is "Castaway". The site uses their own MP3 player (I think), so sorry if that's a hassle. Hit the green arrow that says "Blue Fly". Blue Fly
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                          Red hair and black leather, my favourite colour scheme.

                          ....Richard Thompson

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                          • check this 8=)

                            http://askbritneyspears.info/uncensored/140914

                            regards, Abence9

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                            • Originally posted by Magpel

                              I don't have anythng in the way of advice, but that certainly is an impressive track--the arrangement, the production, and, of course, the wailing.



                              Triumph! What an epic!



                              What's your role on it? Chief wailer or total auteur? I'm trying to figure if the drums are real or samples. I lean toward real, though it's the cymbals (always the cymbals) that make me wonder.






                              Thank you for listening.



                              One man operation here. All the guitars are real (except the opening acoustic, I didn't have the means to capture a good acoustic sound) and everything else is programmed.
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                              • Originally posted by jjbraunius

                                Awesome guitar playing. Reminds me a bit of Marty's "Dragon Kiss" but with more taste. The drums after the piano brake had one sloppy transition, otherwise pretty good demo. You should try to get that to Shrapnel records.



                                Thanks.....



                                What drum part in particular sounded off to you? I'm wondering if it's a "style" thing or if I botched something....



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