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Postby cjdenecia » Fri Jul 08, 2011 11:45 pm

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Postby HUD » Sat Jul 09, 2011 1:37 am

shut up, mom says she loves this song

Review of : I'm Just an... By: The Audio Refugees

not fair. a lofi stipped acoustic song paired against a giant production of what appears to be an all star affair.

plus - I do recognize a number of aspects here that makes this an unfair review pair. and it's too far over the line of ethics for me to review so I must admit I'm going to score it remarkably low and hope the reviewer rating thing doesn't bother me when the admin says I'm a twit.

still - I can say, it's a pretty damn decent sounding recording of a pretty decent sounding song with lots of pretty decent performances.

too bad I wrote the music and sang some parts and produced the whole thing. a flaw in our system that I'll make up for with my review scoring.

dammit.

cj...what's the damn deal of scoring this low??!
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Postby Krispy » Sat Jul 09, 2011 8:49 am

I have tried to solve this problem by adding everyone who played on Epimetheus to the band. But that means that Hoss, Ji, Saucy, Zee and Stebs can still review I'm Just An..., though the likelihood of the first three doing that is microscopic. It also means that now Epimetheus won't get reviewed much.

secret place needs something deeper. for that ....
I dunno .... the music doesn't sound like sex. not so sultry. at odds with the bed track the vocals are ... like the band was writing a spooky sorta rock track while the singer was thinking about dirty things. make up your minds kids.

http://www.audiopolis.org/blind_review/cjdenecia/secret-place-needs-something-deeper

This reviewer is just an idiot. Of course the song's not about sex, it's about sex magick, which is well spooky. The guy's obviously obsessed with getting his end away and should go back to his porn instead of ruining our site with this sort of ignorant shite.
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Postby cjdenecia » Sat Jul 09, 2011 9:06 am

Krispy wrote:I dunno .... the music doesn't sound like sex. not so sultry. at odds with the bed track the vocals are ... like the band was writing a spooky sorta rock track while the singer was thinking about dirty things. make up your minds kids.
http://www.audiopolis.org/blind_review/cjdenecia/secret-place-needs-something-deeper

This reviewer is just an idiot. Of course the song's not about sex, it's about sex magick, which is well spooky. The guy's obviously obsessed with getting his end away and should go back to his porn instead of ruining our site with this sort of ignorant shite.



awww ... is her angry cus somebody didn't "get" her widdle song? well, tell ya what - maybe next time if you're using metaphors - you'll choose your poison more carefully and try to get your point across without treading so closely to what you're NOT trying to say.

maybe a course or two in pop songwriting would help. I think the head A&R lady at TAXI (Robin) has written some books on it. or maybe go to simonschool and learn how the idols and talented types do it.
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Postby cjdenecia » Sat Jul 09, 2011 9:13 am

HUD wrote:cj...what's the damn deal of scoring this low??!
Lots of us got hopes and dreams riding on this song, not just your sorry arse! Ya wad.


if anyone's hopes and dreams are riding on this song, they should be aware that the tires are flat, the shocks are worn, the brakes are locked and the throttle is stuck. and the whole damn vehicle is overloaded with too much dead weight and the radio is stuck on white noise.

but maybe hud, you should hang your hat on SHOES. that's much more likely to get you some attention, granted, it might be disciplinary and not all that enjoyable but you will get noticed.
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Postby HUD » Sat Jul 09, 2011 11:58 am

cjdenecia wrote:
HUD wrote:cj...what's the damn deal of scoring this low??!
Lots of us got hopes and dreams riding on this song, not just your sorry arse! Ya wad.


if anyone's hopes and dreams are riding on this song, they should be aware that the tires are flat, the shocks are worn, the brakes are locked and the throttle is stuck. and the whole damn vehicle is overloaded with too much dead weight and the radio is stuck on white noise.

but maybe hud, you should hang your hat on SHOES. that's much more likely to get you some attention, granted, it might be disciplinary and not all that enjoyable but you will get noticed.

Well there'd be nothing wrong with pride in the Shoes, since "Its filled to the max with little sonic delights..Is original,distinct and just plain great"
As for "I'm Just...", the just-stated opinions would be fair enough reasons for slagging, rather than the mr drama approach of "shut up mom"
I will give you extra points for your creative review titles though. Better than Charvie's "Boring". On that subject of review titles, I've always felt that it's a courtesy to the artist not to be negative in the title, except in a few cases where the lack of effort really pissed me off.
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Postby Krispy » Sat Jul 09, 2011 1:29 pm

cjdenecia wrote:awww ... is her angry cus somebody didn't "get" her widdle song? well, tell ya what - maybe next time if you're using metaphors - you'll choose your poison more carefully and try to get your point across without treading so closely to what you're NOT trying to say.

What I'm NOT trying to say is that I want a filthy, angry person who is nowhere near sensitive enough to understand the subtleties of my song writing 5,000 words of hate about it.
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Postby HUD » Sat Jul 09, 2011 4:30 pm

Krispy wrote:
cjdenecia wrote:awww ... is her angry cus somebody didn't "get" her widdle song? well, tell ya what - maybe next time if you're using metaphors - you'll choose your poison more carefully and try to get your point across without treading so closely to what you're NOT trying to say.

What I'm NOT trying to say is that I want a filthy, angry person who is nowhere near sensitive enough to understand the subtleties of my song writing 5,000 words of hate about it.

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major fiddling/foul play here!

Postby cjdenecia » Thu Jul 14, 2011 10:44 pm

I think somebody needs a "REPORT REVIEW" as offensive flag thrown on 'er.

Dirty diamonds and dancing dogs.
Review of : Diamond Rough & Dirty Smooth By: Elvis ate my Goat

It's hard to fathom the motive or purpose of this duet between a filthy shirtless Canadian bloke and classy, posh English bird with grubby inclinations.
It does contain lots of references to ingestion and edibles which one can only assume are tawdry references to oral sex. All in all rather like being tabled in a good restaurant next to a couple who are gleefully feeding each other seafood.
But you just know that only last week they were sharing a pint of welks on the pier, and it wasn't all that much like Kim Basinger, strawberries and that little Irish jockey neither.
One has to wonder whether tune was recorded in a wet sauna, such is the moistness of sexual tension between its participants. Of course the rest of the band were looking from their shoes to their watches throughout the entire session. It must've been one of those "Please don't tell us your girlfriend is now in the band" moments.
Singing from both fondlesome parties is impeccable and unusual harmonies provided from Madame Naughtiness rate high on the sparkle scale. On the other hand Mr Sultry Gravel, who seems more experienced and therefore less inclined toward egocentric experimentation, does alright with the more traditional approach. He has some talent but needs more practice and to heed advice from his former students. By no means should he be considering packing in the day job as a stripper. Especially as looking a bit like Tom Jones will do him no harm.
It's easy to tell that all the long words came from the chick because I don't think hairy Tom's concerned with that sort of thing, nor anything the nature of which might be regarded by people who read Hello magazine by choice and not briefly in doctor's waiting rooms as highbrow.
Halting cadence and innovative arrangment are the mainstay of this song's instrumental success, where each part is brought out to the full. Especially the swelling organ.
However the real pièce de résistance comes by way of what must surely be the guitar talents of l'homme du conversations sur l'oreiller. For none likes rocks more than he.
With talking bass and strolling guitar the rhythmic but smoothly groping mood continues until finally the pair of them settle to some measure of emotional compromise. What a relief for us all.
And although he's pretty good at playing the gorgeous strutting sex-stalker, it's the enunciating lady who steals the show.

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Postby HUD » Thu Jul 14, 2011 10:49 pm

did they ever shoot a video to go with that?
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Postby cjdenecia » Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:57 pm

HUD wrote:did they ever shoot a video to go with that?


many. and did some still shots that were interpreted by a very respected UK painter too. but in jack's words, "you can't handle the truth".

but what of her tooting? doesn't she deserve some social shunning for her mirror mirror on the wall approach? and what of her dissing her co-star by making him into some sort of stupid piece of meat man? a living breathing tool of female pleasure with no apparent positive beyond a hot body and great sexual prowess?

how much should a proud man endure? (beyond the obvious benefit of personal satisfaction and gratification)
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Postby Krispy » Fri Jul 15, 2011 7:10 am

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Postby HUD » Wed Jul 27, 2011 8:31 pm

Krispy wants "somebody" to fiddle with Ison's knobs. Kinky.
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Postby Krispy » Wed Jul 27, 2011 8:49 pm

Alright Mister Danny-boy "Ten reviews an hour - read 'em and weep!" Hudelson.

"Let me come inside your world" sounds like he really only wants to make a mess of things for you...don't do it.

Least ya got that right.





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Postby cjdenecia » Wed Jul 27, 2011 11:36 pm

somebody's feeling a bit holier than thou lyrically it seems ...

I’m not all that excited about the verses, which are a bit plodding and contain imagery which doesn’t strike as original.


maybe next time I'll spend 4 or 5 days looking up russian sentences or something world shattering like that.
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