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Smoking dope? You naughty boy! Ailwyn ReesCrack Baby The Harry Wood Band
You could have a hit on your hands here, but the track does need some refining. There's nothing wrong with your songwriting abilities, as I like the lyrics/ tune, etc., as you've got a decent hook with the chorus. The lead and rhythm guitars are at the right level, so nothing needs to be done there. Bass guitar: It's coming out with perhaps too much low end. I'm a great fan of using lots myself, but in this case it needs to have some of it taken off. It's a little bit too excessive? I appreciate that you didn't ask for the vocals to be assessed, but they're too overpowering, and need to come down a few dB. Also, consider the use of backing vocals, as they would really enhance the chorus. I like the song, and will listen again :-)
Do you think you are Hugh Cornwell? Ailwyn ReesMetal Detector (hard) Expresso Stebo
You might think you are Hugh Cornwell, trying to emulate a Stranglers-like sound, but that's where the similarities end! Girls with radar detectors, a fascinating concept... Do they wear them on their heads or breasts? Didn't help her find her key though as you found it! Yes, the lyrics are somewhat different, quirky, nonsensical, but I guess that's music for you! Well, you win the round, mainly due to the fact that this track stands out as Experimental Rock, and I think I know who you are!
Backing track ROXIBlue Mind Mind Party
I really hate long long long intros. Its a nice arrangement but just lacks spice. I think if it had lyrics it would give it more punch.
Nice little commercial number Ailwyn ReesIt's Like I Never Didn't Know You! JoJoMax
I enjoyed listening to this song.... It's a shame not many will! It was very much like listening to a 45rpm hit from the early 70's, like for example, Middle of the Road. You even made it sound more authentic by laying down a scratched vinyl sound at the end, or was the mixing engineer finishing off his/ her lunch? The bass was weak... I like a lot of low end, but the grammatical runs and rhythm were there to be heard, in good time with the drums. The overall guitar work was good, but needed a stronger bassline to back it up! Musicianship good overall, and you should do well in the charts... Oh dear, I'm in dreamland again.... it depends how many reviews you get!