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9/10/2009

Angel Miles - Angel Miles was formed in Nashville, Tn in early 2009 The band is led by singer Justin Kimball originally from Minneapolis, MN and was mentored by Prince's New Power Generation and Revolution members. On Drums is Matt Hall who is a graduate of Boston's Berklee College Of Music and originally hails from Pittsburgh, PA. On Guitar is Chris Loocke, who is also Berklee graduate and originally comes from Houston, TX. On Bass is Isaac Rives who was originally an engineer in and around the Nashville area was mentored by Chris Henderson (3 Doors Down) and comes from Winston Salem, North Carolina. The band has been aggressively playing and recording ever since they met. With almost 15,000 fans and an average of 2,000 plus plays a day, and over 1.5 million plays total - their Myspace numbers don't lie and are only the rise. They've managed to grab the attention of famous producers and writers such as Jodi Marr, Richie Supa, and Brett James. They are a band with incredible drive and a distinctive sound with a show bound to move anyone in attendance. 
WTF (Down to the wire)
Weighted Rating: [8 Votes, 3.67 Stars]
Views: 1,849
Featured Review
paulmars [9/10/2009 11:18:32 AM EST]
Score: +11
Rated 4 stars
'What you think you're going to do' would solve the word problem for radio.

Music school gents gone wild!
ChrisMoschetti [9/12/2009 1:05:38 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 1.5 stars
This one isn't any good. You're voice is strained for this song whereas it worked in the last song.
yunquekabal [9/11/2009 3:33:13 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
i like. yea the f word is such a minor detail but it brings the song down considerably
GoingtothePoolhouse [9/11/2009 2:54:29 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 2.5 stars
Cleanly done, as every one says, but the melody feels pretty stale to me; sort of reminds me of post 70s aerosmith. #@&%! does feel out of place, and, for the record, I never hesitate to use that word in my songs and no one ever mentions it. Of course, I have bigger problems, like not singing insanely out of tune, to worry about.
matpak42 [9/11/2009 2:21:14 AM EST]
Score: +0
stick it where the sun don't shine??????, whatcha think that you could do, dropin f bombs on radio friendly hits, i guess it's been done. great job.
Richie Isaacs [9/10/2009 11:42:29 PM EST]
Score: +0
The thing was, if you had read it in context bud, was that it doesn't fit with the radio friendly nature of the song itself, not because it IS the word #@&%!, so there WAS something to comment on (it's what the site is set up for)
These guys are professional and polished as hell and I hope they do awesomely well with their music, seriously, just a small critique on omitting something that MAY alienate a few listeners is all, but when it comes down to it it's their song and they can do what the hell/#@&%! they like with it :)
simpleone [9/10/2009 10:51:55 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
ok, hey everyone... are you kidding me with this #@&%! about the f word? who cares... the song is bad ass.. well done. and btw.. its called WTF.... i hear stuff here all the time, that the vocals are insanely outta tune, or the songs is just plain lame, and people still say nice things.. i get the encouragement thing, but come on...this is a good damn song, there is no reason just to find something to comment about...
paulmars [9/10/2009 9:40:11 PM EST]
Score: +0
Some you guys are from Minnesota, right? 'What the heck.." would be the regional colloquialism, right?
balcerebon [9/10/2009 7:02:16 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
balcerebon [9/10/2009 7:01:29 PM EST]
Score: +0
try makin' up your own colloquialism: like, 'what the Christ?'
balcerebon [9/10/2009 6:58:17 PM EST]
Score: +0
I have to disagree, but that is coming from my own constitution. the word '#@&%!' comes as naturally to me as 'hell' and probably does sound less lame overall. i don't think that "f-bombs" cheapen any spoken/sung discourse, cuz as it is becoming more commonplace a word in many people's daily vocabulary, it doesn't make me feel one way or the other when I hear it.
Richie Isaacs [9/10/2009 4:54:08 PM EST]
Score: +6
Yeah, hell is lame but really, so is the F Word, it ALMOST feels like a cheap gimmick when the song is an expensive product.
Nothing to differentiate it from the plethora of similar sounding material out there but damn, you fellas do it so damn well.
All the best for the future.
conquistador [9/10/2009 2:47:32 PM EST]
Score: +0
sounds like a tight band, and good vocalist. song is a bit too sterile for my personal taste, even with the F-bombs.
paulmars [9/10/2009 12:39:58 PM EST]
Score: +0
I think 'hell' is kind of lame, so I'd drop the profanity altogether and go for something more seasoned sounding.
Kurtis [9/10/2009 12:34:25 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 3 stars
I like the vocal melody and the vocals are really good. I think the $#$% word is a bit out of place in this song as well. Hell would work so much better. Need to bring the drums up in the mix, they kinda get lost. I would like to hear more from these guys.
ssamik [9/10/2009 10:33:26 AM EST]
Score: +10
Rated 5 stars
WOW!!! Amazing Vocals!!! Awesome grit to this song and well polished production.
A definite smash hit! Just change the F-Bomb to Hell. That way it will be ready for the airwaves. Keep up the great work guys! Grade A!
Richie Isaacs [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Professional as hell, well sung, well played and straight off the production line, I give it an F for being a polished product, I WOULD change the station on this but know many who wouldn't and would love this, having over a million plays on your myspace page show most folks don't wanna mess with established formulas.
The word '#@&%!' in there is sorta superfluous, the song aint gritty enough to give it the weight it needs, hell would of worked better and been more likely to be aired on the radio, where it's obviously being aimed for
livingwithlast [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Great hook and nice vocals! I like the soul in this song
Ruud Slingerland [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
The drums seem a little static. The vocals ask for more swing/soul in the production, IMO.
paulmars [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
I agree with Rich on the #@&% word being a little out of place.
But, hey, you guys know what you are doing so, carry on.
THENAKEDBEACH [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
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