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PlayBroken Chains(Good Times)

by Tribal Path

Always remember the good times!
Uploaded: May 7, 2009
Duration: 2m 39s

Comments for Broken Chains(Good Times)

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Personal thoughts: You could slow it down a tad. Pocket it a little is all I'm saying(lose 15 - 20 bpms; you're at about 129 now), and come up with a better melody line for the verses. It kinda sounds(not to dis)like you went with the first thing you came up with. Lyrically? I don't know. You're living for good times. I don't understand the guitar solo at all (lots of mean shit and Eddie VH style playin' but I can't find any ideas when it seems to me there should be per the song) and I don't understand why you ended it after that. Drummer's meter is a bit off which made the guitar solo worse(seriously...I'm not dissin'). Next time record to a click track. Rehearse to a click track before you go into the studio. Does your producer come out to hear you rehearse? (I hope you can see, I'm just tryin' to share what little knowledge I have) If you're producer isn't coming out to shows and rehearsals, how does he know he WANTS to record you. Are you recording yourselves? If not, are you working with a producer or just a sound engineer. I wouldn't bother if I didn't think you guys had potential. Just dedicate yourselves to whatever it is you play individually. I(singer of the band) dedicate myself to singing way more than playing trumpet/valve trombone, and it shows. I couldn't begin to compete with Tom, even if he's not playing sax...just frickin' guitar. But ya boy can sing. Thankya Lord!

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