I want to reiterate how good I think this fight is
I still can't decide who my favourite is though I think I'm swinging towards Popular Electronics, the aesthetic and mix is quality. I'd probably buy this if it wasn't free
I really like the Carpetburn song but I'm not sure if it will have much longevity in terms of me wanting to play it. Only time will tell on that one I guess, but I hope we get to play it live soon (we did 'She Gave Up' at a gig last Thursday - damn cool, but needs a bit more practice)
I think Ratt Poizon will fall by the wayside. It's harsh but hey, I only have one vote - on the plus side, I look forward to your new entries more than I do with most other bands. Even if you write a riff or section I don't like, I just have to keep listening to hear where it goes. I'm rarely disappointed by the invention
Paco's tune is a big time keeper, as well as being the one that grew on me most over the week - Welcome to Songfight, I think it will enjoy having you. I'm not gonna vote for you though, cos blue's attitude towards n00bs has rubbed off on me a bit and I'm using it as an excuse to be a bastard. But I like a good song with lots of stuff to get my teeth into, and new things to discover with every listen, and this hits those buttons which is excellent.
Your Money Wasted is a big contender. I'll try not to let the length put me off voting for it. It's definitely more instant than Popular Electronics, but that's not necessarily a good thing (I like slow burning tunes too). One bad thing about the shortness is that I would have liked you to return to the chord pattern in the intro and explore that a bit but alas, maybe I'll just have to steal them. Either way, I hope it's not too long before you submit again.
and Damien, the main reason I think I'd vote for you here is that I think this is your best song, if not necessarily the best of the fight. Also, I think I might be missing some of it cos it's really quiet; I know I can just turn up the volume but it'd be nice if you'd done it for me
. You know Jordan Seavers right? or have I got that wrong. if you do, you should get him to master your stuff when your done with it to make it sound more presentable. I'd hate to think some people were put off this by the lo-fi-ness.
damn, I still don't know. PE or Damien Verret I think
Here is a good opportunity for non-musical vote-grabbing shenanigans to help me decide. anyone gonna make a pitch?
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or Bugbears which may or may not be found roaming around the D&D world