Nothing wrong with some old dude on a park bench, right? 7/10.
Uh, I'd say 8/10 - nice rhytm, good melody, powerful vocals but sometimes too hasted for me.
I saw Hladno Pivo live like... 4(?) years ago, and they just didn't do it for me, pretty much like this song or anything theirs.
[Luckily, The Roots were playing the same night and it wasn't a complete waste of time!]
5/10 cause the song is kinda decent and it's sometimes good to hear familiar language ^_^
Have EKV for the lulz:
6/10 I didn't really know what was going on. At the start i didn't know if it was an instrumental song...or a dance song or what. Then the vocals just totally threw me. Though it's not the worst song i've heard.
7/10, Still prefer Thin Lizzy Whiskey in the Jar though.
8/10 never heard of them but i do like that song. Must listen to all their stuff now.
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I like it! :P
Sort of drops @ 1:20. Bonobo is amazing. His music has something that connects with your mind and sparks creativity, at least for me.
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7.5/10, at some points i felt the singers style just didn't fit, and they were trying to be too technical, i get it, it's Prog metal, they try to be a bit more technical than normal, but meh.
@Meteoria I was actually pleasantly surprised. I've heard of Opeth before but never listened to them. 9/10
↓This song is about a circus train that derailed in the 19th century.↓