Billy's Little Trip wrote:C-Ray>><<Albz
Jim of Seattle - The backups are so perfect in this tune. Like a joyful rhythm taking us all on a trip to Punctuation Island. This song screams to be made into a short film with the character of Jim of Seattle walking while seeing various punctuations passing by. Almost perfect for Sesame Street. And I say this with all respect. My boy would love this. I'll have to check one day this week to see if my theory is right and find him dancing while I play this at full crank. This is the best tune of the fight for me because instead of it being an oppressive society, it's kind of this Utopian place where it's alright to get it wrong. Then at the end, the one disclaimer, you have to watch out for the biting % signs. Damn percents sometimes not working in your favour. Kind of a testament to life or, perhaps, I'm reading too much into this (groan!). A literal title done by a fairly literal guy makes this one of my more favourite songfight songs I've had the pleasure of hearing here. This should win. Excellent work Jim. Vote.
king_arthur wrote:TRIP THE STINK FANTASTIC:
Nice jungle feel on the intro. Octave-down'd vocals are a
bit hard to understand, which seems like it gets in the way of
The Weakest Suit wrote:
Trip the Stink – I enjoyed this quite a bit, but I couldn’t understand about 80% of the moderators lines. What video game are those sounds from? They sound so familiar.
Perhaps it's from a really big set of 'nads?Xerxes wrote:Yes, my speaking voice is deep and hard to understand at times
Paco Del Stinko wrote:Perhaps it's from a really big set of 'nads?Xerxes wrote:Yes, my speaking voice is deep and hard to understand at times
king_arthur wrote:FOUR ZOMBIES AND A CLOWN:
Again, octave'd down vocals are very hard to follow, if you were
setting up a joke in that opening bit, I missed it entirely. I
was waiting for it to go somewhere else musically, disappointed
that it didn't.
king_arthur wrote:Chord pattern seems like it
moves back and forth between minor-feel and major-feel that
kinda lost me on first listen. Maybe it will grow on me.
Some very clever lyrics, which I expect from you. Good to
have you back. At the start, it sort of seems like PI is
a place of exile and punishment for the illiterate, but by
the end this has evolved to a paradise for those who don't
sweat the grammatical details. If you'd been able to squeeze
that line about "there ain't no apostrophe police" line in
earlier, it would have been a good mood-setter.
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