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Wanna hear a GREAT song...

torgeot

Member
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792
Love that song, it's such a change from 16 Candles on the same album. I love the feedback throughout the second half of Plowed.
 

pickaguitar

2011 TGP Silver Medalist
Gold Supporting Member
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I might like to hear it without vocals lol

Not gonna bash but sorry but I can't stand that song...heard it a million times in the 90's.
I'm a huge 90's music fan but I never liked his voice or lyric choice.
 

Jaimoe

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I might like to hear it without vocals lol

Not gonna bash but sorry but I can't stand that song...heard it a million times in the 90's.
I'm a huge 90's music fan but I never liked his voice or lyric choice.

That's what makes a horse race.

I think the vocals and song are just perfect.

He sorta looks like Scott Weiland. I bet if a band like Stone Temple Pilots recut it, the song would be massive.

I guess it just got lost in the tough business called the music business.

What a shame. These guys must be scratching their heads and saying what do we have to do to make it?
 

eschoendorff

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1,129
Hmm... I remember this. Vaguely. It's a decent song, but I'm not hearing "great." Kinda hurts to say this because, living near the Detroit area, I'd like to support local bands.

This was a good enough song in its time, but not good enough to stand the test of time.
 

Jesus freak

Silver Supporting Member
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2,644
I like it, but im a sucker for most 90's stuff that isn't say, Spice Girls or LL Cool J
 

Braunzo

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7,115
I love that song. I'd consider it a 'great' song, personally. It has a steroid driven Social Distortion type sound to it. We used to cover it in the band I'm in. Sadly no one else dug it as much as we did.
 

Bankston

Member
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16,179
I've always dug this tune. We used to play it in a band I was in a few years ago but it never went over.
 

ssites

Member
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311
I've always dug this tune. We used to play it in a band I was in a few years ago but it never went over.
We are doing it now, and I am still up in the air over how it is going over. Some nights people love it...some...not so much. But who cares what they like!!!:rockin
 

Jaimoe

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Read about the roller coaster these guys were put through by that adoring world called the music business...

Sad.

http://www.detroitnews.com/article/...Pinata-?odyssey=mod|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s


On the phone last week from his Saint Clair Shores home, Dombroski — who also fronted the Detroit bands Crud and the Orbitsuns — said he still hadn't sat down and listened to the album cover to cover. He didn't even own a copy of it to play for himself; but just before Christmas, he bought one off of Amazon.com for $3.
 




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