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7/4/2007

Brandon Martin -  
We talk [ perfected version ]
Genre: Pop
Rejection Reason: Panel Decision
Weighted Rating: [6 Votes, 2.33 Stars]
Views: 1,432
Featured Review
unklesam [7/5/2007 12:21:10 AM EST]
Score: +27
when you make up fake user accounts to defend your perfect mix, it's a sign you're on the right path to success. On 2nd and 3rd listen I think this is on the same level as outcast, and indie rock gem. I will not let you be rejected again. Should I tell caleb to get off the main stage for you?
wayne monges [9/17/2007 11:31:25 AM EST]
Score: +0
pretty trite.
Sputnikov [9/17/2007 11:31:20 AM EST]
Score: +0
mullet, aviator-style shades, a kickin' stache and a dean guitar. and a good communicator to boot!
partialreptile [7/5/2007 8:40:35 AM EST]
Score: +0
Sorry, let me apolagise in advance, I of course meant to say perfected VERSION and not mix. I wasn't paying attention, someone feel free to slap me.
partialreptile [7/5/2007 8:33:25 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 2 stars
Anything with (Perfected Mix) in it's title forces me to agree with aaronlife's comment on humility (and this is coming from the guy with THEE most posed profile pic of all time. That'd be me, not aaronlife, just in case anyone got confused). And yes, some of the comments below do look just a little suspicious, mmmmm.
I don't want to be overly harsh, but this just didn't do it for me. I've heard it all before, and to be frank I've heard it all done better. I'll listen if you post something else, and will give it a fair chance but please tone down the 'I'm God' attitude, it's putting me off more than the music ever will.
So, alas, I shall have to be branded 'One of the idiots here' who makes strange comments and votes crap into the featured section...
I'll begrugeingly give you a few stars because the mix is quite clean, and the production although unoriginal is decent.
itchybrother [7/5/2007 8:25:37 AM EST]
Score: +3
"recorded it like an engineer would"

you mean like, a choo choo train engineer?
sedrite [7/5/2007 2:10:48 AM EST]
Score: +0
dont hate the player, hate the game...
crash [7/5/2007 1:47:59 AM EST]
Score: +0
heres one of my fake accounts, see? I can do it too
to prove my honesty, I went to http://www.myspace.com/4thesound and lo and behold you do have better work. You should submit something like the anna nicole song. That's tons better. Wayne says it truthfully
wayne monges [7/5/2007 12:50:36 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 1.5 stars
Yeah, Am G F, well it's a winner of a chord progression, ever since Bob Dylan used it 40 years ago in "All along the watchtower." I'd say, if you're going to use that in this day and age, you'd have to put a spin on it, make it lead somewhere surprising. Phase shifting on the lead guitars was a little over done. Tune ends too soon, leaving the impression of a not finished sketch. Voc is kind of mumbled, could use some clearer projection.
MelodicMystery [7/5/2007 12:40:25 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
Very nice song . I like the seventies touch and the music is sharp & clear . Love the theme { very nice message there } . Very well done dude .
sedrite [7/4/2007 11:58:42 PM EST]
Score: +0
WOW...we could all learn something about how better to relate to one another from this little piece of rock candy...
Rap it up [7/4/2007 10:32:15 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
I am confused . Why is this in the rejects ?

Someone explain why a hit like this is flused down the music toilet but crap music ends up in featured ?
Radioplay [7/4/2007 10:27:12 PM EST]
Score: -10
Rated 5 stars
Now this is how it is done . Tight tracks , clean sound and a forging style . Don't worry about the idiots here that make strange remarks on good songs like this and vote crap into the featured area . You have written a great song here and recorded it like an engineer would . WELL DONE and I look forward to hear more from you .
aaronlife [7/4/2007 10:00:57 PM EST]
Score: +0
did you invent a time machine and go back and play this at bar mitzvah parties in the 80s?
aaronlife [7/4/2007 10:00:22 PM EST]
Score: +0
i still think it could have been a hit, but i can't help but thinking i heard it 20 years ago when it was a hit.
unklesam [7/4/2007 3:36:54 PM EST]
Score: +0
great mullet, I"m glad the 80s is still living through basements
I have no issues with this, amusing
firth5a [7/4/2007 8:57:42 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 2.5 stars
Catchy, as aaron says, but horribly generic. It just strikes me as a series of homogenous cliches strung together into one, rather short, song.
CalebH [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
perfected... mmhmm. not. i disliked it.
aaronlife [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
this is catchy, with a little tweaking has or had hit brief potential, it borrows from the ventures pretty strongly, i think that's who i'm thinking of, enough you might get in trouble, unless it's out of copyright protection by now, but i think the photo is a bit overly self-promotional, along with the world's top biography under your band page, humility goes a long way dude, but i wish you success.
Greyfield [posted during evaluation]
Score: +10
This is so dementedly wrong that it's now my new favorite Red Fizz song of the year. I can only imagine what the unperfected versions sound like! I will dream of them tonight. I love this in a way that I can't explain. It's what I hoped would become of The Talking Heads, that instead of become pretentious sub-creeps they'd somehow find a way to raise painfully dull conversational lyrics like these to a kitschy art form. This is so good in a special way.
zissou [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Let us all strive to be imperfectionists.