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Last posted Apr 14, 2023 at 10:33PM EDT. Added Aug 02, 2014 at 01:37AM EDT
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7/10 I like it, but I don't vibe that much with the lyrics. They make the song seem very derivative of a lot of other rock music from the time period it came out, and that just ends up sucking away part of its personality.

Disclosure: May or not be the actual time for me when I'm at posting this.

Last edited Apr 13, 2021 at 01:13AM EDT

Works pretty well with the zany atmosphere, but gets a bit overboard with the flanging synth lines that makes it sound like a really bad Skrillex/Deadmau5 outtake

Last edited Apr 17, 2021 at 10:26PM EDT

OH YEAH wrote:

Works pretty well with the zany atmosphere, but gets a bit overboard with the flanging synth lines that makes it sound like a really bad Skrillex/Deadmau5 outtake

6/10: It's a great rendition of the song, it really is, but it just does not compare to John Cale’s version. They should have just had the lady sing the entire thing, as the man at the start lacked the power and emotional depth that this song needs.

7.5/10 Took me a couple listens to get the full gist of what the band is doing here (it seemed congested at first listen). I like it overall, it's an interesting fusion between noise rock and hardcore punk.

A revolutionary atmospheric rock track that predates the likes of Godspeed You! Black Emperor and TNT by 20 odd years, and it's still one of the most impressive uses of the Motorik rhythm to create an epic feel to soft guitar licks I've ever heard

Last edited Apr 26, 2021 at 01:31AM EDT

9/10 An excellent representation of a flamenco sound by a virtuoso of the genre. As a matter of fact, I don't know all that many guitarists today that could ever rival him. May God rest his talented soul (It's been 7 years since his passing, already? That feels weird…).

I guess this is just a more pop-leaning spanish guitar sound.

I don't know if anybody has posted this before but i wanna say that this is probably my favourite dance club song of all time. It always makes me either dance as if nobody's watching me or shed a tear or two for how much i love it. I personally give it a 8.9 out of 10..
Also sorry that i couldn't embed the video but it's because i'm on mobile and i could not get the embed code.

Last edited May 08, 2021 at 05:46PM EDT

4/10: That's…certainly a thing

It sounds like someone tried to mix hard rap, screamo and hardbass into one song and put no thought in how to mesh it all together.

The individual bits are alright, but they would be better sperate.

Also that techno pulse at the start only comes through the left speaker and it's pitch is so high that it set of my tinnitus; which was nice of it.

Definitely not my cup of tea.

You gotta hand it to Japanese VG composers, they know how to convey emotion through sweeping classical orchestration opened by a melodica of all things

Since the start of the Christmas season this is one of my favorite Christmas song's I love listening to this song on the radio. The movie is awful tho…

Do expect me to review more Christmas songs this week.

6/10, It feels a bit lackluster. For some reason it doesn't feel like it actually has much impact, most of the instrumentation just feels 'hollow', for lack of a better term. It also does that thing that I hate where it randomly changes tempo and ruins it.

i cant remember if this has already been posted or not

Last edited Dec 13, 2021 at 12:45AM EST

Hardly the best boss track from the Yakuza series, but you can't help but feel pumped whenever any of them comes on. This isn't an exception

Last edited Dec 13, 2021 at 08:40AM EST

6/10 I haven't been able to get in touch with MGMT as anything after Oracular Spectacular isn't played on any alternative stations, but this does have some nice groove to it. I just wished the melody was catchier.

8/10: I really enjoyed that and it'd make for some really good study/working music. I feel it would have been better with out the computerised vocals though, as they just disrupt the otherwise superb beat and melody it has going for it.

8.5/10 Ooooooooh 80s grooviness from the Queen of Pop herself at one of rock's most iconic concerts. I like this, I like this very much indeed.

Shut up, kiss me, hold me tight

Last edited Dec 23, 2021 at 10:37PM EST

Admitedly, I grew out of listening to most forms of metal when I left high school so this isn't hitting as hard for me as it might've for teenage me. Still, I liked it for what it was.

At the start I'd give it a 7/10 because the hard to understand low vocals felt like something I'd hear in The Neverhood or Skullmonkeys, but once the other vocals came in it turned into a 8/10 because the whiplash of telling someone to not let someone else cum on everything amused me.


The atmospheric music from the 16-bit era is always super chill.

And just in case someone is put off by the album art given what music I've posted in the past with similarly styled art: Ghost is a hard rock band that's closer in style to KISS and Black Sabbath.

Last edited Sep 29, 2022 at 10:29AM EDT

8/10, good mood music, just unfortunately not the mood I'm looking for right now.

I'm back on my emo shit because recent events as of this post (including advise from my therapist) have made me feel I need to just embrace pain and sadness as it happens instead o pushing it away, so that way I feel better later. So have an emo song on me:

Last edited Mar 02, 2023 at 10:43AM EST

7/10 It's alright. A tad schlocky Hollywood melodramatic, but very well executed and wouldn't mind listening to it again when I'm in the mood.

For a song about a dude's enjoyment of weed, it goes harder than it has any right to. Maybe it's the mix of experienced late 70s production and radio marketability.

Last edited Mar 09, 2023 at 11:22PM EST

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