Dangerously hooky. Had this [gracias a exy] alas on another deceased unit if any soul cares to share the alvin, thanks aheadatime. The kid's got a slouchy slacky punky dirt-behind-ears appeal no doubt, and this cut even has that maybe-beefheart-inspired echo at around 3:00
The description "80's synth pop" nearly kept me from listening at all, but it reminded some of that is good music.
No.Recordings like this is one reason I stopped listening to new music back then. Rock & Roll without soul. New for the sake of new is frequently not better. This is an example of that.I guess work put me in a cranky mood today, but I must say it: a pox on New Romantic/Modern Rock of the 1980's.Having said that of course I look forward to what ever you will post tomorrow.Capt. Al
You lost me on the lead vocals. Everything else I like about the track. But I can't understand the use of echo on lead vocals with "indie" bands over the past few years. It sounded terrible to me the first time I heard it and still sounds terrible now. I actually enjoy synth pop and any sort of more modern music that either pays homage or aspires to that new-wave dance vibe. I thought Robert Hazard had a pretty choppy voice, but compared to lead singers now? He's like Van Morrison!I'll stick with dumb, goofy shit like this that still makes me smile when I hear it:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ld59cP_oqk
Like that? You'll love this!=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9R-mGuHHbMglets give it up for the kid, that's a beethoven hook
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