silhouettica
Plays Red Instruments.
Join date: Jan 2007
438 IQ
#1
This was written completely by accident, and isn't necessarily to be taken seriously. But, it actually turned out a lot better than I ever expected, and figured that the people of UG might enjoy a combination of genres not usually found. It's really stereotypically bluesy, but in Drop G# on a 7-string, and with some djenty groove riffs. Hope you enjoy!
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EpiExplorer
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Join date: May 2008
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#2
You trollin' me brah?
o()o

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silhouettica
Plays Red Instruments.
Join date: Jan 2007
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#3
You tell me haha. Like I said, it's not meant as something that serious.
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pigeonmafia
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Join date: Jun 2008
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#4
I quite enjoyed that to be honest!
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EpiExplorer
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#6
It sounds like one of those joke songs you get in Youtube videos where animators show off their ability to be inane. Like cows and cows and cows (and more cows).
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kylendm
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Join date: Aug 2006
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#7
God I love any kind of music that grooves and groove! got me moving a little just because. It's not something I'd listen too all the time but it's interesting to say the least haha.
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xbitmetal
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Join date: Aug 2009
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#8
Meh, joke or not this is a solid song. I loved groove part as much as the main riff, and as odd it is they fit each other. "Another bluesy thing" sounded a little off to mee. Chorus is nice. Bridge was not good ! And cool ending.
frankibo
UG Board King
Join date: May 2007
1,386 IQ
#9
It wasn't djenty at all.
I loved it though, sounded more like blues-deathcore to me.
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Colossus
GS LEAD 5
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Join date: Oct 2007
390 IQ
#11
I laughed out loud when I saw the title

That said, quite a pleasant song to hear, though I don't get where the djent bit comes in- it sounds like a blues song in a low tuning.....you could djentify it a bit my making the kick play along with the guitars in the low string groove bits.

Some cool grooves going on however, so thats not really criticism maybe extend the bridge a bit?
Ultraussie
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Join date: Mar 2011
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#12
Suprisingly catchy.
Dare you.
Dare you to go up to a local blues club or whatnot on open mic night and play it and tell them ur a blues player
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~Flounder~
Trance/Metal Synth player
Join date: Apr 2007
70 IQ
#13
This put me in a very happy mood. Blues song in Drop Ab, who would have thought? I wouldn't listen to this every day, but in small doses this would work wonders
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#14
I actually really like this. It sounds like something Devin Townsend could have made, which I think can be taken as a compliment.