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What happened after 5 seconds? You know best! Ailwyn Rees
I used to love playing my 33rpm LP's. The problem was that I never used to look after them properly and you ended up with jumps, scratches, crackles etc., and sadly a great production has been spoilt here by some rather poor mixing. The first whoops is after about 5 seconds, almost like the stylus jumped. With all this modern digital productions, should that be happening? Now that the moaning is out of the way, let's crack on with the aspects... Bass? It's not there! If it were, you would have scored well, as it kinda underpinned the whole track very well. Vocals... they were tight and spot on. Originality... It's very listenable to, bar the issues above. Mix... see above! Oh well, I hope you enjoyed reading this review, as it could be the last one this song gets on this site, unless other site users pull their fingers out of their backsides and start reviewing!
Think You Know Best Jay & Luke

Rock City Ailwyn Rees
Bit raw in places with an annoying buzz at the end. It sounds like you knew it was there and abruptly finished the whole thing! Rhythm section sounded good, nice low end with the bass and drums with a steady beat. The rest of it has something to be desired. Trying to sound like Ian Hunter were you? At least he sounded his t's when singing.... you don't! Perhaps you were going for the rough image? If so, the neat guitar work didn't portray that! Oh well, savour this review, as it may be the last one you receive on this graveyard of a website!
Lambayeque Rock City Da'bam

Yep...... you pulled it off, living the dream with me! Ailwyn Rees
What a lovely laid back folk song you've produced here! It certainly put my head in a spin! It flows along nicely with well written lyrics, a lovely melody, great commercial appeal. pleasant musicianship, not overdone, true folk-style! I've listened to it twice now, and you have achieved the full house, 4...4....4...4...etc. Well done, and I sincerely hope more than 3 people listen to this!
Dreams Mr. Troll

You poor old Audio Refugee! Ailwyn Rees
An Audio Refugee huh! You are a dying breed sir! Well, it's a 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 automobile... One Piece at a Time... remember that one by Johnny Cash? You surely do, as this tune sounds remarkably like that one! The hook? Audio refugee! Heard it plenty of times mentioned in the song, and I'll never forget it! But of an abrupt, curious ending wasn't it? The whole song was somewhat raw and loose, and that's why I liked it in many ways. Anyway, don't lose sleep waiting for further reviews, this is probably the last one this song will get!
Audio Refugee RGMixProject

Will I like this more? Ailwyn Rees
Loved the quirky lyrics... they're inventive and rhyme nicely. Come to that, I've never heard a mermaid sing. Not your bog standard folk song is it? It probably won't appeal to the folk purist, but what the hell! It would fit nicely into an experimental folk category! Apart from that there wasn't much else to the song, but I think I know who you are!
You Will Like This More Bankrupts