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#4
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You realise that when you just post a link by itself, no one will click, right?


I just clicked it
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#5
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You realise that when you just post a link by itself, no one will click, right?


One person clicked it, so its job has been done.

Edit: Also I like the song you posted. Might look into this artist some more.
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#6
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One person clicked it, so its job has been done.

Edit: Also I like the song you posted. Might look into this artist some more.



Yeah, I heard it today at University (there was a BBQ witha DJ), went to the Library onto Youtube, and found it.
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#7
Most stuff The Smiths did imo. At least for me. Don't get me wrong, I like The Smiths, but they will never be my favourite band, something is missing.

Most Stones songs if they had a different singer, for example Keith Richards.
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#9
Quote by jani92jani
Metallicas Master of puppets is a great song but it could've been much better if it would have a better solo!


And a few more.
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#10
Quote by jani92jani
Metallicas Master of puppets is a great song but it could've been much better if it would have a better solo!



Just get rid of Kirk Hammet and Metallica's entire back catalog would be improved.
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#11
I don't know about being better but Wintersun's "Beyond the dark sun" would be more appreciated if it were a little longer.
#12
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Just get rid of Kirk Hammet and Metallica's entire back catalog would be improved.


tbh, Mustain's lead playing isn't all that much better, just less wah wah
#13
Quote by JohnnyGenzale
Most stuff The Smiths did imo. At least for me. Don't get me wrong, I like The Smiths, but they will never be my favourite band, something is missing.

Most Stones songs if they had a different singer, for example Keith Richards.

This. Mick Jagger really brings down the stones massively.

Also Black Sabbath would probably be one of my favourite bands if they never had Ozzys stupid singing.
#14
Quote by Zoot Allures
This. Mick Jagger really brings down the stones massively.

Also Black Sabbath would probably be one of my favourite bands if they never had Ozzys stupid singing.


Black Sabbath are 10 times worse with Dio or the other random guy. I kind of like Ozzy in Black Sabbath. His solo career is very mediocre compared to the first 3 albums or so in Sabbath.
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#15
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Black Sabbath are 10 times worse with Dio or the other random guy. I kind of like Ozzy in Black Sabbath. His solo career is very mediocre compared to the first 3 albums or so in Sabbath.


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#16
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Black Sabbath are 10 times worse with Dio or the other random guy. I kind of like Ozzy in Black Sabbath. His solo career is very mediocre compared to the first 3 albums or so in Sabbath.

Well yeah Dio was one of 'those' singers in a metal band and that sound really grates on my nerves, but i think the actual music got worse by then anyway.

I still like what Ozzy was trying to do with vocals in some songs, NIB has a really good vocal melody in the chorus but the way he's singing it just sounds like someone almost doing a bad imitation of an opera singer or something. I still listen to Sabbath in the ozzy times because i can get past his voice now and then, but with Dio everythings gone pretty bad in general and i never listen to that.
#17
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tbh, Mustain's lead playing isn't all that much better, just less wah wah

It isn't better at all. Mustardstain is plain terrible. At least Kirk has great note selection in solos. Intro and first solo in Sanitarium gives me goose bumps every time.
#18
Quote by seljer
tbh, Mustain's lead playing isn't all that much better, just less wah wah


Neither of them play particularly spectacular solos, but Mustaine is marginally better in my opinion, if only for the lack of wah.
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#19
Like how the thread is titled great songs that could have been better, yet we're just talking about bands as a whole.
#20
Bankrupt on selling. It could have been played by slowdive and sounded better.
Idk if this counts, but by the way, the album, is better live.
#21
Pearl Jam's Evenflow. I go through like "yeah okay, it's fading out must be ending" then it comes back up in volume and straight to the chorus. It kills the song
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#22
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I don't know about being better but Wintersun's "Beyond the dark sun" would be more appreciated if it were a little longer.


Definatly, it's over before it's really begun.
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#24
Quote by RU Experienced?
Tame Impala would be amazing if their guitarist could actually solo.


Saw them live last summer. Wow, they sucked.
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#25
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Also Black Sabbath would probably be one of my favourite bands if they never had Ozzys stupid singing.

Honestly, I don't get that. For some reason I really dig Ozzy in Sabbath.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2MPjfZ_8vE

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#26
The Fall of Troy's Phantom on the Horizon had they kept the demo version's speed and screaminess, with the resulting album's production would shatter the universe from awesome.
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#27
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Well yeah Dio was one of 'those' singers in a metal band and that sound really grates on my nerves
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#28
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Saw them live last summer. Wow, they sucked.

Yeah, their vocals are really lacking in the live show as well.
#29
Quote by RU Experienced?
Yeah, their vocals are really lacking in the live show as well.


To be fair the whole sound was not giving them a fair chance, the sound was all over the place and it just drowned away the other instruments. I kinda liked one of their albums, can't remember which one but was severely disappointed when I saw them. I partly blame the people in charge of the event though.
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Quote by JohnnyGenzale
To be fair the whole sound was not giving them a fair chance, the sound was all over the place and it just drowned away the other instruments. I kinda liked one of their albums, can't remember which one but was severely disappointed when I saw them. I partly blame the people in charge of the event though.

Oh, maybe they used an in-house audio engineer who sucked then. I've never actually seen them live, just seen youtube vids of their performances which were underwhelming compared to their studio work in my mind.
#31
Quote by RU Experienced?
Oh, maybe they used an in-house audio engineer who sucked then. I've never actually seen them live, just seen youtube vids of their performances which were underwhelming compared to their studio work in my mind.


it was outside though, in a tent. At Roskilde festival in Denmark.
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#32
Time to stick out like a sore thumb!

B-52's song Dance This Mess Around.
The album version is pretty neat, but watch a live video and the song is so much more fast paced, energetic and alive. It works so much better especially with the surf-guitar and the upbeat drumming. Plus, it's about dancing for shits sake, so why not make the song lively and, well, danceable?

Other songs I feel this way about are Joy Division-Transmission (great song but far better live, especially dat drumming and dat Ian Curtis going batshit), Nirvana-Scentless Apprentice (again, album version is great but live, it's so angry and out of control), and Daft Punk's Television Rules the Nation (combined with other songs also give it that extra boost).

Love all of these songs, but their live versions prove that they could have been even better.
#33
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Pearl Jam's Evenflow. I go through like "yeah okay, it's fading out must be ending" then it comes back up in volume and straight to the chorus. It kills the song


:O That's my favourite part of the song!
#34
Quote by Funky_Fresh91
Pearl Jam's Evenflow. I go through like "yeah okay, it's fading out must be ending" then it comes back up in volume and straight to the chorus. It kills the song


Dynamics are good sometimes
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#35
Quote by Funky_Fresh91
Pearl Jam's Evenflow. I go through like "yeah okay, it's fading out must be ending" then it comes back up in volume and straight to the chorus. It kills the song

I strongly disagree there, man.

While we're on the topic of Pearl Jam, I loved the demo for Speed of Sound, but the album version just sounds weird in comparison, most notably the pompous drums.
#37
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Odd, I loved those drums..

Weird. Well, I did try think of more suitable drums once and I failed. There's stuff in both versions I like better than in the other. Perhaps they should've done it like Better Man: start out slow and let the rest of the band kick in somewhere around the second verse. But as of yet neither version is optimal and that's just a waste.
#39
The whole of the Black Keys last record could have been so much better had actually wrote some decent songs and not relied on a certain production partner...
#40
Quote by Piñata
The whole of the Black Keys last record could have been so much better had actually wrote some decent songs and not relied on a certain production partner...

I pretty much agree. I think Danger Mouse is nearly perfect in anything he does, but he has no right to do stuff that would have any change upon the sound of the Black Keys, of all bands.
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