Megatherian gave feedback to Ted Kindig for “(deleted)”:
I can't help but be reminded by the Barenaked Ladies by this song. I laughed when I read the lyrics. This is a really funny and pretty well done song. I like the vocals, but they need to be a bit more on the beat. Sometimes there is a miniscule deviation from the digital drums and it gets distracting. Another thing is that the guitar tone could use some tweaking because, as the only guitar part in the song, it needs to stick out and sound good to the ear. This is all opinion of course, but I think these things could really send the song into overdrive.
 Dec 12, 2011, 17:41 EST
Ted Kindig 
Good advice, thanks!
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The Airvents gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Razer”:
I like this! If I heard this on the radio, I would have thought it was the Beastie Boys at first. I like the chorus, it is a nice contrast against the verse.

 Nov 27, 2011, 13:48 EST
Thanks, man :D It's a free download :D You're right -- Verses were inspired as such, plus based on some experiences I had bumming around India for a while years back... Chorus inspired by Octopus's Garden by Richard Starkey.
flag (Nov 27, 2011, 14:04 EST)

JZC gave feedback to Ted Kindig for “(deleted)”:
another fun song!
 Nov 18, 2011, 20:15 EST
Ted Kindig 
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WalaWalaWala gave feedback to Ted Kindig for “(deleted)”:
Cool. Reminds me a lot of Elvis Costello and The Dead Milkmen.

I really like this style for you. I remember your song about Derivatives, and feel like this goes along well with that in spirit -- very smart lyrically, and very funny musically at the same time. I wish I could do both at the same time, I'm lucky when I do one half as well as you do.

What did you use to make this?
 Nov 18, 2011, 17:39 EST
Ted Kindig 
Thanks for the kind words WalaWalaWala, I love Elvis Costello and the Dead Milkmen!

I wrote the electronic parts in Anvil Studio, then mixed them with vocals, guitar and various audio plugins in Sony Acid.
flag (Nov 18, 2011, 18:21 EST)
Nice, I've never heard o either of those programs, but either way it's soundsing good ;D
flag (Nov 18, 2011, 18:28 EST)
agreed! great voice and tune! I hung out with some people involved w/the dead milkmen when I lived in philly....they came out with a new cd.
flag (Nov 18, 2011, 20:17 EST)

Ryan Toth gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Razer”:
haha this song is fuckin rad.
 Nov 14, 2011, 19:27 EST

Bojko gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Razer”:
yeah loving your guys unique style....good stuff, really good!
 Sep 22, 2011, 14:17 EDT
Thanks! All free, of course :-D Spread the word :)


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Arsini gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Razer”:
This is different, and it's hot! Your lyrics in the description thing are fucked up. But this is dope. How can i get this? And your other shit.
 Aug 04, 2011, 02:45 EDT
Thanks, Arsini. You can click on 'buy', and then either put a number in that you're willing to spend, or 0 for a free download, it's up to you. We're glad you enjoyed the tune! -Shoham
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MELD gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Razer”:
Played this for a friend recently. He was blown away. Sounds like a mix between Beastie Boys and Sublime with a Paul McCartney chorus!

Love it!
 May 22, 2011, 01:39 EDT
Too kind, too kind. Chorus was partially inspired by Octopus' Garden. Take a copy, if you didn't already. -S
flag (May 22, 2011, 09:33 EDT)

Ian Marquis gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Razer”:
I love the vocals in this song, guys. They remind me of a more punk-rock version of License to Ill -era Beastie Boys. And the instruments are incredibly tight. Very nicely done!
 May 14, 2011, 15:27 EDT
Thank you Ian! This is one of my favorite track of ours. Love the beasties ourselves too! It's a free download btw-- spread the love :D -Shoham
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The Beerside Scoundrels gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Razer”:
I find myself weirdly at odds with this song. I enjoy the feel and the groove, but I have a bad habit of listening too close to lyrics, and besides the obvious theme of "Things are not always what they seem", I can't quite tease out where you are headed with this song. Not necessarily a bad thing, just the one thing in the song that puzzles me a bit. Cheers!
 Apr 18, 2011, 15:40 EDT
Thanks folks. Mainly the lyrics are based on a couple of experiences I've had. I studied in India after University a few years ago-- and I was learning Vipassana meditation, and this guy outside of the ashram kept looking at me in a way that seemed to say "I want you soul... I want you soul..."-- well he looked like Gandhi, but he was evil. TL;DR epic battle between me and Gandhi looking evil dude-- ending in an epic admission of goods need for evil in order o balance out the force and shit.
flag (Apr 18, 2011, 15:54 EDT)
The Beerside Scoundrels 
Awesome- as a song writer, I am always curious about how other song writers approach their music.
flag (Apr 18, 2011, 15:57 EDT)
Me too. Thanks. In a bit of a hurry at the moment, but I look to checking out your music later tonight. Any tune in particular I should look out for???

Thanks again.
flag (Apr 18, 2011, 16:02 EDT)
The Beerside Scoundrels 
Check The Wind that Shakes the Barely, although its a traditional, we are pretty proud of the arrangement. Pickle Barrel Pub will give you the opposite end of our spectrum. :)
flag (Apr 18, 2011, 16:03 EDT)

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