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User Info:  roymond
Website:  roymond.com
Registered:  2003-05-04
Location:  brooklyn
A Good Band:  jonathan coulton
A Good Album:  only in it for the money
A Good Song:  love sick
A Good Book:  the man who ate everything
A Good Movie:  monsoon wedding
A Good Website:  LOC: Thomas

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Okay Cupid by frankie big face
The last phrase and the arrow shot takes this otherwise simply phenomenally rich love story into classic rock territory. Yes, ala 70s Bowie. You can't escape it.
[ 1 reply ] --- roymond 2009-06-01 17:17
This Is Old by State Shirt
You always succeed in creating soundscapes that draw me in. The ending seems abrupt, and sort of expected a much longer journey.
[ 0 replies ] --- roymond 2009-03-19 23:16
I Want to Be by Roger, Roll
Beautifully performed and produced. Good sap makes good tea.
[ 0 replies ] --- roymond 2009-03-19 23:11
It's a Little Late by Boltoph
Great SKATEBOARD FAIL sound track. I like the little break half way through.
[ 0 replies ] --- roymond 2009-03-19 23:07
The dream by Christos Dimitrakakis
You should finish the album. Has potential and very sound track-ish at that.
[ 0 replies ] --- roymond 2009-03-19 22:57
So Aggravating (Idiot Kings cover) by Jon Eric
It's good you finished this.
[ 0 replies ] --- roymond 2009-03-19 22:53
Fight For Your Right (To Party) (vox version) by Tuuur
Needs more tabla. Well done, though :)
[ 1 reply ] --- roymond 2008-02-09 23:35
The Thing Most Easily Forgotten by Merisan
This must be from that other Roches album Fripp produced. Nice and lush. Beautifully produced and performed. The harmonics are nice. I wish there was more tension though.
[ 0 replies ] --- roymond 2008-02-07 17:14
I Want To Get On It by Lunkhead
this sneaks into [good] with its absolute masterly performance from the lazy guitar and sonics to the fine vocal indifference. Very fine, sir!
[ 1 reply ] --- roymond 2008-02-07 17:07
Part of me by Jaap and Tuuur
This has a great garage sound. Love the strained harmonics and the pace.
[ 0 replies ] --- roymond 2008-02-07 17:04