- Aug 20, 2020
- Republic of Texas
Listen to and rate the song above you and then post a link to your own.
Wow I don't listen to stuff like this at all but I loved this haha. I always say I like all sorts of music so I guess that still stands true. Reminds of some of the stuff from Nas I listened to during one of my college courses. I'll give it a 9 cause while I love the rhyming and message it didn't give me that goosebumpy hype feeling of wanting to go nuts that I get from 10s. Good stuff.Hey, kinda cool to see a song that you stumbled upon be brought up else where. Nice song, cool video 9/10.
From probably the best album released this year, comes one of the most scarily relevant songs of the past decade (recorded fall of 2019 too).
There are no like strict rules to forum games, it's to your own criteria, honestly I remember we used to give bullshit scores like Fish/10 or whatever, so anyway it's to your own criteria, that being said I definitely do listen to songs in full before judging them, sometimes multiple times because I'm bad at words.Ok so I'm gonna go into this presuming you gotta listen to it all the way through.
YES! See @Dreiko ?! This is what I meant, it's Anarchy down here everyone does as they please if @Mister Mumbler wants to review every single song so far he can, nothing we can do about it, it's cool.So, fuck it, I decided I would go and rate all songs in this thread thus far:
I'm Back - Belle Delphine 1/10: Not great, but for being basically a meme in song form I didn't need to hurl my headphones away, also, that explains the avatar.
Murphy In the Sky With Daemons - Pin-Up Went Down 7/10: This song is all over the road, but in a good way.
Seven Angels - Earth 6/10: A good song, just wish it had a little more for my ears to chew on.
Big Iron - Marty Robbins 7/10: Basically what Neuro said, and also if I had to choose who did it best it would have to be Johnny Cash.
I Let Love In - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds 7/10: Honestly surprised I got the name right the first time, but I like it. Reminds me a little bit of Joy Division.
X-Ray Visions - Clutch 10/10: Honestly, I've quite like Clutch ever since that L4D2 trailer, but aside from Beale Street and the Fathom live album, have not really sought them out too much, but I guess I need to change that. Any other good albums of theirs to get?
Angel of Salvation - Galneryus 6/10: It's alright if a little long, plus I find that that style of metal tends to blur together to me.