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Language warning and a small explicit warning for "The Overly Dramatic Truth."
Turn the Page - Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band: 7/10 It was alright to listen to. I was disappointed because I mixed up my Bobs ( I thought this Bob was Bob Saget aka Danny Tanner from Full House). So I was like....OMG DANNY IS IN A BAND!?!? :c
Stay - Hurts: 5/10 Wasn't really a big fan of this song. It was kind of boring to me. The chorus is decent though.
The Overly Dramatic Truth - El-P: 6/10 Lyrics were dark and I liked the rhythm of it all. However, I didn't really like El-P's performance. His voice was very slurred and it just kind of didn't help my vibe with this song at all.
Snuff Out the Night - Eartha Kitt: 8/10: This is groovy~
Graffiti - CHVRCHES: 9.5/10 This song is great. I really enjoyed myself and I couldn't help but smile while listening along (with a little bit of karaoke).
Turn the Page by Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band 8/10 | This was delicious. An oldie I actually really enjoyed. Was velvety sm00th and strong at the right times. Certain parts hit like mmmmMMMMMMMMMMMM
Stay by Hurts 3.5/10 | Hmmm I felt so detached from it especially after the first minute. It's one of those songs that feels so empty, like it's echoing the thousands of other songs I've heard just like this, it's not bad just isn't leaving any impression at all hhgghhg
The Overly Dramatic Truth by El-P 7.5/10 | This was pretty nice, a difficult one to explain with words but I enjoyed the listen through.
Snuff Out the Night by Eartha Kitt 7/10 | Such a special little gem. Eartha Kitt is super talented and she did a great job with this performance, it's a shame it couldn't be showcased in the movie. I'm giving it a 7 because personally I'm not gonna be jamming out to it on my own, I still super appreciate its existance tho.
Graffiti by CHVRCHES 6/10 | It was quite sunny and nice! Her voice is a bit wew tho
Turn the Page - Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band (6/10) I enjoyed this, but it didn't switch up much to justify almost 5 minutes of song time; I wanted to listen to something else by the end. It was pretty aight tho.
Stay - Hurts (4.5/10) This was boring. But, I didn't overly dislike it. I thought the chants of "STAY!" in the chorus didn't really fit with the song and threw off my enjoyment. I get a pretty big discount The Fray vibe from this song.
The Overly Dramatic Truth - El-P (7/10) I don't know much of my man El Producto outside of Run The Jewels (who are great listen to them), but this was pretty good! I thought the way his voice interacted with the instrumentals was strange since it's not normally the kind of voice you hear over drums, but I enjoyed it anyway.
Snuff Out the Night - Eartha Kitt (5/10) God I wonder who submitted this. It's a nice song in the context of the movie, but that's not what I'm judging here, I'm judging it based on how it is as a song on it's own. On it's own, it's... okay, I guess. It's good for one listen, but I have no interest in going out of my way to listen to it again. There are a lot better villain songs from disney movies, I think.
Graffiti - CHVRCHES (7/10) Again, god wonder who submitted this. Pretty nice song overall. It ended just as I was starting to get bored of it, and I loved Lauren Mayberry's vocal performance as I do on all songs by CHVRCHES. Overall I would say it was a little too upbeat, but not enough to detract from my enjoyment of the music.
Turn the Page - Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band: 5/10 This was too slow to start for me and too long. I didn't like it much. Good voice, though not much else that interested me.
Stay - Hurts: 6/10 It's alright. One of the weaker songs from the album, though popular enough to be a single. It doesn't have the same feels/vibes as some other tracks on the album, though not a horrible song. Chorus is a very strong suit, though ends up feeling generic
The Overly Dramatic Truth - EL-P: 5/10 Not horrible, just not ground-breaking. Very explicit... A creative song and message but pretty one dimensional. I linked the tunes. If there was something more than carnal lyrics and slim meaning otherwise, I'd love this.
Snuff Out the Night - Eartha Kitt: 3/10 This does not appeal to me. Nothing I can really think about that I like.
Graffiti - CHVRCHES: 7/10 Pretty nice song. I like this kind of repetition and lighter tone sometimes.
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Turn the Page - Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band: 8/10 I really liked this one. That's all I have to say about it, really.
Stay - Hurts: 6/10 It was alright I guess.
The Overly Dramatic Truth - El-P 4/10 Man, I just wasn't feeling this at all.
Snuff Out the Light - Eartha Kitt: 8/10 God I love this song. It's a damn shame it wasn't able to make its way into the final movie. The only reason I'm not giving it a higher score than I am is that without any sort of context, it feels like it's missing something.
Graffiti - CHVRCHES: 5/10 Eh. Not my thing, didn't really enjoy it, but didn't outright dislike it.
Turn the Page by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band: 10/10 - Right from the very first moment this song grabs me. Good stuff.
Stay by Hurts: 9/10 - This is a darn decent song imo. I like the style, the music, and the voice. It all meshes together well. Would listen again.
The Overly Dramatic Truth by El-P: 5/10 - I feel like this song could be absolutely great if just a few things were different. The explicit bits are jarring, for one, and at times the flow felt really off.
Snuff Out the Light by Eartha Kitt: 6/10 - At times it felt overdone. Not a bad song, though.
Graffiti by CHVRCHES: 5/10 - Points because I caught myself involuntarily nodding along, which means at least something is right. Still, this is painfully generic and I didn't find it super appealing.
So, to you who enjoyed my first pick, great! To you who didn't, sorry to hear that. But to each their own! Hopefully my later ones you'll enjoy more. Anyway...
Turn The Page by Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band: 7/10 - I remember the live version of this song from Guitar Hero Metallica, haha. I did like it more back then, and its story is kinda nice, but it goes on a little long. Eh. This score was me being nice.
Stay by Hurts: 5.5/10 - The singer's voice I'm not big on, and we have these types of songs but this one feels too dramatic.
The Overly Dramatic Truth by EL-P: 6.5/10 - And now we get to some rap. Of course we have stories to be told in them, but feels like there's too much going on that can get distracting.
Snuff Out the Night by Eartha Kitt: 7/10 - As a Disney song, I feel obligated to be nice to this one. Not a favorite of mine, but still fits the movie, though!
Graffiti by CHVRCHES: 8.5/10 - This is the one I was most excited for this round. I've heard some good stuff about this band and this one is pretty snazzy and upbeat.
Another decent bag. I'm not a very harsh critic so don't expect many scores below a 4, haha.
Turn the Page - Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band: 6/10 - I would've enjoyed it a lot more if it felt more dynamic. Like, I enjoyed it, but it felt like listening to the same thing for 5 minutes and I was just... bored...
Stay - Hurts: 5.5/10 - This was like the definition of mediocre tbh. Not a BAD song, but just so... expected. Felt like it was just doing things other songs have done better imo.
The Overly Dramatic Truth - El-P: 3/10 - I didn't like it. The vocals already weren't nice, but I couldn't even pay attention to them because they were quiet and overshadowed by the music (which I enjoyed more anyway).
Snuff Out the Night - Eartha Kitt: 9/10 - I'm biased but also I just love this song yes could listen to it on loop tbh.
Graffiti - CHVRCHES: 7.5/10 - It was fun to listen to. I could see myself putting this on if I just wanted something upbeat in the background.
Turn the Page - Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band | 7.0 | Neat listen, I liked the instrumentals at the beginning. Soothing.
Stay - Hurts | 6.5 | I liked it, yeah? It was soothing and soft, but I couldn't put a lot of attention apart from the chorus harmony because it seemed avarage for what it was, and a bit dull.
The Overly Dramatic Truth - EL-P | 3.5 | No. Didn't like the energy or mood to this song much, too heavy for me. Didn't really enjoy the fast parts either. Idk. Still, not terrible. Just, not the type of songs I like much.
Snuff Out the Night - Eartha Kitt | 7.8 | I had never heard this song before, but it had a catchy tune, it was not a chore to listen through, and I understood the context a bit more. I also like the tune and instruments.
Graffiti - CHVRCHES | 7.5 | Good, melodious, nothing that really stood out, but I liked the energy and feels.
Side note @ Scott idk, just don't really enjoy that type of songs, though could have given it a bit of a better score. It just seemed superficial to me, though of course that doesn't say anything about you or your tastes, just about my own perception ^^;
Turn the Page - Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band: 6.5/10 The entire song kept the same pace throughout until the end (which wasn't much tbh), so the entire thing got really dull after a bit.
Stay - Hurts: 8/10 I actually really liked this song! His voice is kinda meh, but I liked it nonetheless.
The Overly Dramatic Truth - El-P: 3/10 It was really hard to understand at times especially when the song started to get faster and there were more sounds happening at once. After listening, I can't remember a single significant part.
Snuff Out the Night - Eartha Kitt: 8/10 I've never seen The Emperor's New Groove (pls don't kill me), but this was really fun and now I wanna watch it so that's a good sign. :P
Graffiti - CHVRCHES: 8.5/10 Her voice and the instrumentals are really pretty. I think the lyrics weren't amazing and the story wasn't that exciting, but it sounded nice~
Heaven - DJ Sammy: 9/10BABY YOU'RE ALLL THAT I WANT, WHEN YOU'RE LYING HERE IN MY ARMS, I'M FINDING HARD TO BELIEVE WE'RE IN HEAVEN!!!!!!!!!!!
Madness - Muse: 9.5/10 One of my fave bands and this song is just so soothing to me. I love it. <3
Out Loud - Gabbie Hanna: 9.5/10 This had me tear up a bit. Incredibly emotional.
El Dorado - Two Steps From Hell: 8/10 Nice to listen to. Very cinematic. Honestly looked up and see if skyworld was a movie. It was not...
Dr. Heckyll and Mr. Jive - Men at Work: 8/10 I like the beachy/groovy vibe from this.
Heaven by DJ Sammy 8/10 | I dearly loved this song like a decade ago and can still absolutely jam out to it hahah. what a classic and i don't have any major issues with it even still, despite it losing some charm
Madness by Muse 4/10 | Never liked this song, Muse can be ok but I don't get this song, I don't even find it catchy it's just kinda bizarre in an unpleasant way and oddly annoying and doesn't vibe with me at all...!! a few points because it finally comes together pretty decently at the end, but the lead up to that is so long and I don't like sitting thru it
Out Loud by Gabbie Hanna 6.5/10 | wow this lady quite.... passionate....... this song is v emotional and a good performance but I don't care for it much beyond that, not like i'm gonna go back and listen to it
El Dorado by Two Steps From Hell 6/10 | neat
Dr. Heckyll and Mr. Jive by Men at Work 8.5/10 | Omg before this I only ever heard Overkill by them which I love... this was also very nice... I love their instrumentals sooo much... and vocals are heckin good too of course