UPDATE - "The Hard Way" is number 3 on the acoustic charts.
EDIT - "Song for a Rainy Day" is #20 on the same page, and Looking Back is #12 on the Easy Listening charts.
Last edited by T-6005; 09-27-2006 at 01:15 AM.
That sounds really good. :)
Originally Posted by Professor Chaos
T-bo, you are a fuckin' rock-star!
The hard way is beautiful and catchy as hell.
Another new track, since I decided to release a few I wrote and recorded over the summer.
"Funkish song" is basically what it sounds like - me experimenting with a more funkish rhythm.
Edited for the link - http://www.mp3.com.au/track.asp?id=133098
Last edited by T-6005; 09-28-2006 at 11:55 AM.
I really hate the site you keep your music in. =\
but yeah, I really enjoyed Funkish Song. Rejoice.
EDIT: Did you play the bass or someone else?
Last edited by Jebus; 09-28-2006 at 09:12 PM.
I played the bass. I had to borrow my brother's, but he doesn't have the level of skill I needed. Not that it's a very elevated amount of skill, but I needed it done right, and I think I did it.
Originally Posted by Jebus
I have a new song up, called "Badassity."
The story behind this one involves me scrapping all of an 8-minute song except for the end (this part). This is the only one that really stuck with me even though the focus is (as the site says), loud noise. I had fun making it, and I still hope some of you can stand listening to it.
EDIT - I should mention the song was inspired by an acoustic guitar part I wrote inspired by the John Butler Trio's "Take."
Last edited by T-6005; 11-21-2006 at 09:31 PM.
I was hoping for at least one comment
I like it. I like it a lot actually. It reminds me of post rock music, which I usually like. The intro is pretty cool. It reminds me of a train horn sounding in the distance warning that it's coming. Then BAM... you're too late and it hits you when the drums and riffing comes it.
I wouldn't go as far as calling it loud noise though. Well, it doesn't compared to the stuff I listen to. =p
I love it. It's great. I can slightly feel the offspring influence. "Tehran" for sure and maybe "Pay the man".