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Old 12-23-2015, 03:20 PM   #2031 (permalink)
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7/10

Not the type of music I would listen to a lot, but I like the weird guitar riffs. I think I would have rated it a bit higher if it was 2 minutes shorter, though.

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Old 12-23-2015, 03:32 PM   #2032 (permalink)
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8/10

A very beautiful piece of music, thanks for sharing that. Not what I listen to regularly but all the same.

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Old 01-24-2016, 08:01 AM   #2033 (permalink)
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The audio quality could be improved, the beginning started off as a cacophony of noise, but the track founds its grove as the song progressed. Vocals are clear as well. Not bad. 6/10.

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Old 01-24-2016, 08:15 AM   #2034 (permalink)
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It starts off like a lot of 90s electro music and if it wasn't for the distinct accent of the female singer it would easily be mistaken for a such untill the drop hits...which only makes me think of it as any other dubstep track, which does not change through the song.
4/10 it does thing alright or even good however I will never recall that sound.

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Old 01-24-2016, 09:22 AM   #2035 (permalink)
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That music video still has me absolutely confounded. Really excellent trip-hop, I'll have to check out their other work.

I'll say a 9/10 for this one.

Here's another Michel Gondry music video, and IMO some excellent pop from Kylie:

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Old 01-24-2016, 11:23 AM   #2036 (permalink)
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8.6/10

great video and yes some wonderful pop from a wonderful human being

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Old 01-24-2016, 11:31 AM   #2037 (permalink)
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Come into my world (outdated due to BOB slipping in lols) 9/10 as I always did enjoy the synthpop of that song the beat was always so good with Kylie's airy vocals. The music video was always enjoyable to watch.

Oh someone got in before me. next tune review then!

Bothersomeness, I actualy real like this 8/10, it may not go anywhere for a good two minutes but it still does some pretty cool guitar noise before the vocals kick that only makes the music better, I dunno if its supposed to be low quality or that's the only recording you can find.

So speaking of trippy music videos, good synthy music and Kylie Minogue... I give Kylie Minogue and Towa Tei (the japanese dude in Deelite with Groove is in the heart.) in the wonderful GBI (German Bold Italic). I did find out that Kylie did perform this in some of her live shows at times so Its nice it was never a forgotten oddity.


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Old 01-24-2016, 11:40 AM   #2038 (permalink)
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@bob That was incredible. Not a massive fan of the singing (could have used a little variety in approach) but it fits well enough. That feedbacky beginning ruled too. 9/10

@Akyho That's the most interesting thing I've heard from Minogue. A surprised 7.5/10 for that one since it's not really my kind of music but I did quite enjoy that, especially the more unconventional beginning.

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Old 01-24-2016, 12:16 PM   #2039 (permalink)
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The link you gave didn't work, I presume this is the right song.


I realy realy liked this a solid 9/10 as its one of these tunes that I feel I would find on some independent short film I woke up to on tv and in my bleary eyed state watch with astonishment as the music and images sink into my mind...just like that video does.

Also with Towa Tei at the hands of Kylies GBI the intro and some other parts of the song just scream this weird electro's 60's style. Which it seems to have been some sort of movement in Japanese Dj's as Fantastic Plastic Machine just does it so well in Dear Mr Salesman.

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Old 01-24-2016, 12:59 PM   #2040 (permalink)
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7/10

That was certainly something I haven't heard before. It's definitely a well-executed adaption of 60s-era commercial music. I also like the random spoken samples throughout the song, although it got a little excessive towards the end.

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