mkilly wrote: Niveous wrote:
Caravan Ray wrote:In fact, if I were a judge - My Final 25 would be:
So you're saying that you'd eliminate Kellis, Suadad and Kandel. Interesting.
yeah. ouch, ray. I listened to all the songs and I'd put myself in the top 25, sincerely. are songs that didn't use any unconventional percussion DQed by default?
I thought your song sounded good actually. Something about wine bottles and undone bowties wasn't it. And your voice fitted it well. But the recording was so bloody awful - it was just too much hard work to decipher what was going on - so 25 more accessible entries took preference I'm afraid. But it did sound like there was a good song in there somewhere.
To elaborate further - Mico Saudad - yes the cover-version-type thing did turn me off - sounded a bit lazy. And BK, I just found the song a bit dull - a few of the others at the bottom of my list could have easily filled that place - but I picked on you this time (Note to Steve Durand and Rabid Garfunkel - I know you can both do songs I like a lot - I didn't like those ones - you guys scrapped in for me on reputation
I also think Tex Beaumont needs a helluva lot of improvement to keep going)
...but my opinions are completely irrelevant - let's hear from the Judges!
Oh - and Tex Beaumont tells me that he thought that door-knock, door bell, window smash and chainsaw samples could be considered unconventional percussion. As could the use of a techno beat twards the end of an otherwise fairly conventional country/pop-style song. And for safety, he also scratched a plectum against his microphone - you can really only hear in during the bass/vox intro - though you can feel