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Kraftwerk reinvented! Ailwyn Rees
Back to the jolly old schooldays there was a refreshing sound on the circuit done by a German band called Kraftwerk. This instantly reminded me of them! Not a lot of commercial appeal in today's market, but who gives a monkeys! It appeals to me! It's all well mixed, good electronically created musicianship, very original and quite refreshing. Hope you enjoy this latest review, because you're very unlikely to get another one too soon!
Lousy Dam Drugs RGMixProject

Who Loves You? Ailwyn Rees
Who loves you? I kind of got the gist about what you were asking whilst you were taking one step backwards and two steps forward.Bit repetitive wasn't it? Run out of things to write about did we? Oh well, that's the whinge done and dusted. Let's analyse those aspects... Vocals are top notch, great harmonies, tight as a duck's arse and very pleasing to the ear, all resulting in a good melody Originality? Well, considering what I have been listening to on the radio lately, this song wouldn't be out of place on there! Good musicianship, arrangement and production rolled into one. Really liked the acoustic guitar work, and the lead guitar wasn't over dominant. Nice piece of work. Guess when your next review will come along???
A Talk With God (Who Loves You?) The Addiction Club

Your time is almost up..... Ailwyn Rees
So we're back to our Knights being serenaded by Guinevere again. I hope that when that proverbial shit hit the fan it didn't ruin her make-up too much? Oh, so it's Angelique? Reminiscing back to her childhood in part two. I think you should have employed her great vocal talents on some more of your soundtrack, experimental offerings. It's a refreshing change from your spoken dialogue! Overall a good production, melody and arrangement courtesy of your female vocalist. It was certainly the highlight of this track, overshadowing everything else. You might want to print off and frame this review, as it may be the last one you receive from the current members of Audiopolis....
Mink Stolen Part 3 of 5- Outer Space Is My Place Interstellar Fur Traders Band

King Arthur's planetary adventures Ailwyn Rees
Soundtrack for Sci-Fi film slant on King Arthur? Not often I delve into the Soundtrack section of the BRS, but I'm running out of options now. I do find it difficult to assess songwriting when the lead vocal is spoken. Perhaps dialogue would read better? The background vocals have a very haunting presence, and to be honest, they are the stand-out aspect of this song! I would have preferred the lead vocal to be sung! Would Guinevere have preferred it in outer space?
Mink Stolen Part 1 of 5- Camelot Bound Interstellar Fur Traders Band

Jessie on stage Wednesday evenings? Ailwyn Rees
I suppose waiting for reviews is like waiting for a bus... two come at once! You might get another one in the near future, but I seriously wouldn't hold you breath whilst waiting. It may be your last breath! The song was about Jessie... pretty obvious, but I suppose that all fits within the genre of a pop song... repeat, repeat, repeat! Good arrangement, production and mix, but I expect nothing less from you. Like I said in a previous write up, you upload, I review! Nice vocals and musicianship, but it didn't quite do it for me this time, as the preceding song did! Good all the same though, and I really enjoy listening to your songs on here.
Jessie Ghostly Beard