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joey_baccardï wrote: I agree with exactly everything you said Fizzy! I started to write my own review while I was waiting for my ride home from school, were going to do the rest of my review now, but you said exactly everything I wanted to say in my review, so I don't think my review would matter that much.
BUT! there's one thing I have to add, which I think that there might be a lot of people who disagree of, but I think if, and I say IF Crashdïet choose to release Chemical as a second single from the album, I would take away first verse and the first "Feelgood chemical"-part (don't know if that's supposed to be the bridge or the chorus?) Just to give the "All I need.."-part more space, cuz' I think that's a perfect chorus (if it is the chorus?) It's really catchy and both metalheads and "less metal persons" can listen to that part and still think it's awesome and I don't think that waiting with the "All I need"-part for over 2 minutes ain't a good idea for a single. But I'm not sure though, I still love the song no matter what
But is it possible for a 4 minute song who has it's chorus after 2 minutes to be a hit? I mean, Gn'R and Maiden have made some of the best songs of all time which has choruses that doesn't come before 2 minutes, but most of those songs are like 6-7 minutes... or even longer.
P. fizzy Suxx wrote: no that wouldn't be a good idea. If they choose a song as a single they have to think mainstream if they wanna sell records. and I think the first verse and the first chorus will not fit our ears, but surely many ears of lady gaga or madonna or whatever fans. and when then the hookline starts the people will love it, I'm sure.
Bomber wrote: My copy arrived today, only listened once so far.
When I've listened some more I'll give my proper opinions but at first listen it starts off really strongly, kind of loses it around Rebel-Save Her and picks up again a bit at the end
yeah man it rocked.
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MrLee wrote: he jumped out of my moving car to air guitar in the street.
Pure Fukkin' Madness