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ashleywool

1 Tracks Reviewed
3 Comments Posted
Yays: 0  Boos: 0
Critic Score 1/10
Joined: 2/23/2007
Band: Ashley Wool

Average Rating: 3.5 stars

I Dare Ya
ashleywool [3/10/2007 12:27:23 AM EST]
Score: +0
i see what you're saying. not to sound like a disclaimer, but my album as a whole isn't very heavily produced. it has more of a raw and live sound to it, which some people like, but others prefer more slickness when it comes to recording, especially in pop music, and that's understandable.

i can't really imagine this song in "the breakfast club." on the other hand, if there is ever a parody of "the breakfast club" or other such films, you know, called "80's movie" or something, THEN i shall certainly ship this song. (hmm, say that last clause five times fast...)

oh, and thanks for the picture comments, haha...i know it's out of proportion but i can't figure out how to fix it and i quite honestly don't feel like it. (if you really really desperately need to see a proportionate photo, the same one's in my myspace photos...)
ashleywool [3/9/2007 2:33:36 PM EST]
Score: +0
Maybe I LIKE 80's B movies!!!

No, not really.

Maybe your MOM is an 80's B movie.

OHHHHH.

No, I'm just kidding. I do appreciate the feedback, but wouldn't mind a little specificity.
Mannequin
ashleywool [2/25/2007 9:58:43 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 3.5 stars
Even though it is a bit long and somewhat melodically repetitive, I like the feel of this song...very cool and laid-back with a "jam band" quality that serves it well. The vocals are a step above a lot of schmaltzy-sounding slow jazz singers out there; I'm reminded of a smoother and less dissonant Regina Spektor. I loved the vibes--I'd add more of them, or some sort of pitched percussion to give the song a bit more "oomph" in certain spots.