puce - i like the monty python sample, although i'm not sure if i should really be admitting it
that is an awesome bass sound. catchy, and great as usual. the end bass starts sounding a little farty... oops.
luke h - amusing, but too short to have much to it.
klownhole - now i like this. the guitars... er basses haha are excellent. the wailing is cool. i'm not convinced this should be 5:28. the talky vocals aren't as fitting... brings it down a bit. are you saying "crusades" too? i'd make a radio edit that cuts off the ending part, but it is kinda cool on its own merit too.
taco - interesting. a compelling rhythm. oh, hey, this is the dude from remixfight, eh? welcome, to you. anyway, the "welcome" part might be too repetitious. the yells are a little distracting, but that's ok.
tpof - great bassline there. definitely no vocal rhythm problems in here! (haha songlove) ok, i like this. good guitar there, neat solo around 1:40. i know goldfrapp. good stuff here.
corn - don't know about the vocals - they seem not into the song that much. the guitar line is interfering with them. what's "forty-to-many"? background "welcomes" are cooly effected. pretty cool song. work on the vox clarity - they need to jump out here and they don't.
cowex - pleasant. reminds me of elvis costello. it doesn't grab me, although it's good. i think it needs something catchier.
hostess - there needs to be more music. the vocals are generally good although there are some bits i'm not into, specifically when you go up notes. this is pleasant, too, in a sort of half-of-the-beatles way. add the rest of the band!
jbb - catchy. this is cool, although i feel like it's a bit repetitive. the harmonica intro should overlap with the rest of the song, it feels a bit tacked on. good vox! the backing keyboardy sounds sound good in there; they should be empasized more. i especially like the "well i won't" section of vox.
brainpipe - i dig what craig did here. i did some sound mangling in audiomulch; you can hear it in the beginning of the song. i like his faith no more vocal stylings here. the organ swell is brilliant. some of my drum sounds became not-drum sounds, which is very cool.
bewells - good vox. this song makes me not do any work, just look at the lyrics and sit. hmmmmmm. it's good. the sound is very apropos to the lyrics.
wreckdom - tough to find the at-work sweet spot of the volume knob here. it feels either too loud or too quiet. this has some interesting stuff in it, but honestly i don't think i'd want to listen to it again. lyrics in the end are pretty amusing.
hnid - i think these drums are interesting. the "everything is alive in your eyes" sung parts are great. odd ending.
steved - good horns, as always. good false ending. funny contrast between the happy sounding song and the LYRICS OF DOOM. good lyric ending.
jos - yeah, i like how the piano and windows sound work together. i'm definitely glad you didn't repeat that sound through the whole song, though. this is very cool and i can definitely see how it's relevant to the title. good playing, even if you said it was recorded in bits, it still sounds great. when you bring in the other sounds, it kicks up a notch.
merisan - nice music. i like that guitar. nice vox.
en passant - this is interesting. the vox aren't up to the rest. instrumentation is interesting, but the whole song feels kind of muddy and undirected. where do you want to go? what do you want to do?
excuse - the part at 3:00 is cool. the higher strings there sound cool. pretty good.
phunt - i listened to this the other day. it's too long to listen to again now, but let's see - some noises annoying like the scraping. some good sound near the end. too samey to be this long.
rxw - this is odd in a good way. neurotic, weird stuff. digging it. inspired.
bax - this isn't quite making it. the vox sound like they're trying but need some more character... generally good. the backing vox add something good. use them more. fade-out is a cop-out.
sausage - neat effect on the whistling. getting a bit repetitive... i think the whistling is overused by the end. it's pretty cool.
jimt - i like your guitar sound. also the vox. i'd like to hear it with a full band... nice song.
pigpen - i'm so sick of rap "i'm better than you" songs. boring! not much happening here, and don't like the lyrics. ok then...
neptunian - it's always suspicious when the id3 tags say something besides the name of the song. looks like this might actually be the name of a drum kit in some software. so why is this called "welcome to"? it's interesting for a while but it gets repetitive... right around 3:00 i think.
rossd - think the guitar should be louder. this is pretty silly. children's songs on songfight! cute. this is cute and fun and good but i don't think i'd listen to it much!
drwater - another one where the music is too far under the vox. sounds good, though. i like the vox. good tune. kind of an interlude... not enough here for a whole thing itself!
posyden - what, record that off a cheap stereo? oh, .... oh, look, another rap "i'm better than you" song. bleh. ok, that loop was interesting for about 30secs but now it's getting annoying. change up your loop a little. wow, the whole song and that thing is still doing the same exact thing.
favorites: puce, klownhole, taco, tpof, brainpipe, jos, merisan, rxw, drwater
runnersups: corn, cowex, hostess, jbb, bewells, hnid, steved, excuse, bax, sausage, jimt, neptunian, rossd
vote possibilities: puce, tpof, rxw, merisan, brainpipe, jos
well... for the record, since the brainpipe song is more "the starfinger show" i wouldn't have to feel conflicted about voting for something i worked on. however, my vote's between that one and j$ ttpof. listen a couple of times! again! man, that's hard to decide; i may have to flip a coin.
ps boltoph - jeannette napolitano.