Nick: that doesn’t make sense, are you sure it’s not ‘a light’?
(Nick whistles along to track 1: The Dazzled)
well it’s got you whistling!
yeah, exactly, it’s sorta catchy.
(track 3 – Graveyard Orbit)
I thought I was going to like this, and then as it continued, basically in the same vein, I thought, no! this is just an ongoing drone.
droning on at the same level, which makes it, the whole thing, a bit boring.
nothing to lift it.
what they badly need is an arranger.
do you know what I always find amazing about music like this?
that they don’t hear it themselves! they can’t hear how excruciatingly boring it is.
it just goes on and on, everything the same, no change.
how could they be happy with this?
if I were in the band and we were listening back to it….I’d say ‘ok, lets start again, let’s try to change something, anything’
it’s just more talented people making bad music.
it doesn’t need much to lift it out of the drudgery, maybe add another instrument, change the tempo now and then.
(track 11 – The City In The Sea)
ah! an almost different sound, oh no wait. no.
I really thought I was going to like this but..unfortunately it’s just boring music.
and it’s the tempo and the voice that make it boring, speed it up, use another voice, you might get something better.
no fun, no joy, no nothing really.
boring boring boring.
sad sad sad.
Even if it sounds like The Doors on ketamine, which is probably the most horrible thing I can imagine, for some reason I still quite like this record. Anyway this post is for my buddy ‘Oslo 12’ who has recently started his own blog – Go read!