Some reviews using a reviewing system:
Doscientos: Hmm! country, nice sound to the vocal though maybe a touch too close to the mic, very jiggy feel (s'got my knees bouncing).
Could possibly do with some YeeHas! in the background, part from that nice though a little tedious. 6/10
Finding Nemoy: I like the marbles being banged together effect in the background, a touch plaintive for my liking, vocal needs to come up a bit over the guitar (just a touch in places mind), good effort far to much concentration on the lyric rather than the backing track, needs more variation. 4.5/10
Kill Me Sarah: Two voices (are they both you?) nice intro, s'going on a bit long though, nice break though. but really rather monotonous by your standards, by 2:30 I'm wanting this to finish, I've preferred your other works, very nice lyric again though. 5/10
Hoblit: Aha! I'm liking this, cool vocal, cool breaks, maybe a touch more sneer in the voice occasionaly, woohoo a sing-a-long chorus! Great track. 7.5/10
Your Money Wasted: Plaintive opening, Nice change at 1:00. Another bloody good lyric. yep I like this possibly a touch too epic for me to listen many times. 6.5/10
Tom di Giovanni: Is this playing too fast? 2.5/10
Nano and Hefty Squad: He he Bert and Ernie do rap... Bass is too heavy, I think I'm getting where you're coming from, but by 1:10 the jokes gone on too long. 3.5/10
spOOns: I like it, because I did it. (though it does sound a bit Rowan Atkinson sings Nick Cave).
Sandcastle Forgery: Vocal here is too high, possibly a mic problem, it's a touch disjointed but the idea's a cool, nice breaks when the clicks and beatbox take over. 5/10
Flvxxvm Florvm: This has a very seventies feel to it, kind of like some bastard offspring of the Frogs and Judas Priest. nope sorry I'm not liking this at all. 3/10
Steve Durand: Oh bugger what do i say now, maybe if I insulted you with another Kermit quote, you'll go on and write another scorcher for next week and win again, but I'm sorry steve, not this week. I reckon you're gonna get compaired with last weeks entry, which was a lot better than this. Drum track sounds very listless. 4.5/10
Jacob Lynn: The Intro is verrrry Looooong! don't like the electronic voice effect. 3.5/10
Ausgequetschte Zitrone: (Interesting band name), Once more a lovely vocal, a wee bit evanescence, but by 1:40 I'm thinking something else should have come in by now, very ethereal, floaty, which is obviously the effect you were after, but there does need to be something else to break it up, possibly a sinister sub-bass building up from the bottom of the mix. 4.5/10
C Hack: Very Nice sentiment in this, just a bit low and rambling for my liking, sorry! 4/10
Wally Harbinger: Congas, jazzy organ, nice introduction of strings and vocal. this has quite a professional feel to it, Yeah one of the best so far, and a very good lyric to boot. 7.5/10
MC Paul Denyer: Ha ha! Mr. Whippy, yeah funny story, just the right length. 5.5/10
Quesadilla Explosion: Limp Bizkit influences are a bit blatent here, not a bad song, plods along quite nicely, but it does plod! 5.5/10
Quetzalcoatlus: Is this difficult to pronounce band week? Okay where is this going, it's going a bit rambling isn't it!, good idea, needs more variation, and don't be scared of singing into the mic, if the neighbors complain, then fuck them it's only for a few minutes. 4.5/10
Shitload of Dolphins: Whack! between the eyes, nice vocal intro, now please go somewhere!!.... Damn, the first 0:20 of this were very promising. 4.5/10
Wages: I've heard a few tracks by your good self now, and I'm reckoning what may be good for you is the introduction of a higher range instrument to break it up, I dunno what though, this is another plodder I'm afraid! 4.5/10
Okay rather a dissapointing fight, some good ideas and some good lyrics, either Hoblit or Wally Harbinger would take my vote here, though I'm undecided, I will retire to deliberate.