Ramone vs Ramone
Ash B Ramone's reviews re-furbished by Joey Eyebank Ramone
This ain't a review it's a God Damned Fist Fight...
Fall Out boy- Infinity on a high
After much enthusiasm and glee of their last single "This Ain't
a Scene it's an Arms Race", I almost scared myself thinking that
I had a secret guilty pleasure in a band I was made to hate. So I was
relieved to find that there new album was just a pack of simple whiney
tunes containing the usual middle of the road waffle that Fall Out boy
were made to play, so instead of paying attention to my old mistakes
and misjudgements of reviews thinking this band were more than that,
pay attention to this one.
(Ed : um
..I tried to stick as close
to your review as possible, just sharpening it up a bit, but this review
I think should be redone completely! Instead of reviewing Fallout Boy's
new album you've concentrated on stating the fact that you're sorry
for saying they're good and that you were wrong in the past and that
this album proves that there a terrible band; people want to know what
to expect from this album and whether they're good in any way or not,
not a life story of your musical interests!!!!!)
The Arcade Parade- Deferring Heartbreak / Changing Forever
As far as an indie band goes, this band sure break all the limits of
the usual media-produced concoction of twangy blabbering we seem to
find in so many bands nowadays. They also have talent and good rhythmic
songs with an extra special something. They also want a gig and sure,
after listening to this, I would definitely like to see them play.
And hopefully so would you.
9/10 (originally was given ten but due to the lack of descriptive
nouns and creativeness put into it, ten seems a bit too much)
Potential Threat- SF
A great moshworthy metal thumping sound, crossed off with colossal beats
and an overall brilliant sound. Sounds a lot like many Thrash core metal
bands around now such as Sanctity and Trivium, and are sure to make
OO.OM- Dead analogue
I despise bands that try to show of with fiddle cases (Ed : well
I disagree; having a solo adds an extra melody and a catch line to the
song; unless it's merely running up and down scales, it's like a separate
vocal line with much more texture and effect to it, and can be truly
electrifying when done well and at the right time. Ideally it can be
like a separate voice calling without words - unless you're Eric Clapton
or Kerry King it is not merely used to show off). It doesn't matter,
it's the music that does (Ed : a guitar solo is part of the music,
dimwit!) And this band has shite music.
This band were so amazing, their dexterity and sound was truly gut busting
without one single note out of place.
Except that it wouldn't play. There's no point in sending a c.d if
it won't play! (Ed : maybe it was just your cd player!)
Rule 1: Never send in music that doesn't do you any justice!
Rule 2 : If you've got nothing to say, don't say it!
10/10 for Dumbasses
Ash B Ramone, edited mercilessly by Joey Eyebank
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