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2/8/2015 CliveAnders 5813 CliveAnders
4 stars [3 Votes, 4.17 Stars]
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Whisper Scream (take 3)
boygenuis: After listening to this on repeat a bunch, I think I can find a place for this in my collection.
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Dave O'Donnell - Singer/songwriter 
Lost in the Fog of War
Genre: Experimental
Average Rating: [0 Votes]
Views: 798
Liner Notes
DaveOD (song submitter) [6/30/2012 2:21:05 PM EST]
Score: +0
File this under "go figure". This is the song the college stations picked up, out of the four new releases.
DaveOD (song submitter) [6/26/2012 12:18:47 PM EST]
Score: +0
Thanks for the input. I guess I rushed this one to market. A week of solid cannon & rifle fire turned my ear to mush. After giving my ears a break for a while, I can hear what y'all are saying. I appreciate you risking your hearing listening to my little experiment. Now I have a clearer vision of how to precede with this one.
tofu_the_cat_ [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
scary! this is for peepls over the age of 4 and they must be goth vampires
I not old enuff but it is good
jonathanwoodvincent [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
I hear you pouring gunpowder into the canister before the guitar solo. Something funny and serious here to me. Stuff like this makes it seem like the world can change through song in some directed fashion. It does, and doesn't and can't and won't, but it will anyway, but it didn't. I would love this more with wilder vocals or something even preachier. Now it sounds just a bit preachy rather than really in expressive sync with the words and accompaniment. I agree with the goose about bass and with the groon about the explosives, but perhaps you could use a filter or something on the percussion instead and slowly dampen the highs.
Groon Lake [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Interesting use of explosive percussion-I would have switched over to conventional after the intro to avoid all those upper frequency mash the guns produce. The song is strong other than that niggle. I like the vocal performance. Almost a rockabilly kind of feel. Give him the Feature.
Spruce Goose [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
I think bumping the bass more would do a lot for this song. Then I'd clean up that guitar so it can cut through more. a cool opening but I think the tempo could be faster too. Otherwise the pieces are all solid.
This is a live fire exercise, wear your Kevlar and proper ear protection at all times.