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I rate songs here. You can rate songs here. X/100 system, makes it easier. These may range anywhere from highly and grossly opinionated and biased to completely nuanced.

Example:

Song/Album/Band

Really fuckin' shitty. I hate this song. Poor pacing, bla bla bla, my opinion, bad guitar tone, garbage.

X/100

Sound good? Cool.

Songs reviewed:

Parabol(a)/Lateralus/Tool 100/100
Intolerance/Undertow/Tool 95/100
Sit Down Stand Up (Snakes & Ladders)/Hail to the Thief/Radiohead 94/100
Third Eye/├ćnema/Tool 93/100
Karma Police/Ok Computer/Radiohead 88/100
Not The News/Anima/Thom Yorke 87/100
Enjoy/Enjoy!/Descendents 83/100
  
karma police/ok computer/radiohead

i still don't get this band or why they are regarded as like top 5 bands of all time but this song is pretty cool it goes in my bangers playlist

88/100
  
Third Eye/├ćnema/Tool

Man. This song is super fuckin' good for some reason. I'm having trouble describing it. Nice and angsty. The guitar goes like whoaar. whoaar. whoaar. PRYING OPEN MY THIRD EYE!!!!! Why is it so good?! Oh my god, dude. This song is a great closer to a great album, man. I can't say much more. I don't know what to say about it other than... uh... it's good. I love Tool. Third Eye munches up that sound and makes it into a delicious meal. It's about using drugs and stuff I think. Drug no good. Does not affect score.

93/100
  
axolotl said:
karma police/ok computer/radiohead

i still don't get this band or why they are regarded as like top 5 bands of all time but this song is pretty cool it goes in my bangers playlist

88/100

IVE ALWAYS BEEN CONFUSED ABOUT THIS TOO. OK Computer is like an 8 to me, but many people call it the greatest album OAT
  
Sticking with Tool songs because I'm having an obsessive phase.

Intolerance/Undertow/Tool

Damn. The angst on this track shines through. It opens the album for a reason. Gives a good light to the upcoming Prison Sex and Sober. D'Amour's bass tone is amazing. Maynard's vocals are especially great here because it's an angry yell in some parts, but an angrier whisper in others. I'm also freaking because apparently Rollin's Band was involved with a lot of this album. Not much to say other than, uh, I like Tool. This song specifically is special. If you're sad, it makes you sadder. If you're angry, it makes you way angrier. If you're in any other mood, it'll put you in a great mood because it's a great song.

95/100
  
axolotl said:
karma police/ok computer/radiohead

i still don't get this band or why they are regarded as like top 5 bands of all time but this song is pretty cool it goes in my bangers playlist
Oh, boy... you've got a lot to learn, don't you? OK Computer isn't the best album of all time, it's overrated. But what I can tell you is, if you go through their catalogue, give a good portion of their shit a listen, and evaluate it, you will come to adore them.
  
Grouping Parabol and Parabola together, as one would do with Mantra and Schism.

Parabol, Parabola/Lateralus/Tool

I love it so much. There is nothing remotely negative to say about this song. It's beautiful. I have to avoid listening to this song when I don't feel like crying and realizing something incredibly profound about life. We are eternal, and all this pain is just an illusion. This is a rare occasion where I can group something with songs by Primus and Les Claypool in the 10/10 category. It's perfect. This song is perfect.

100/100!

  
Hail To The Thief (2003)

Radiohead - Sit Down. Stand Up. (Snakes & Ladders.)


Yeah, it's good, I like it. Hail To The Thief as a whole is completely underrated and I am so glad I have started listening to it. The way Thom sings the line "anytime" and the vocal layers sound really great, the piano compliments the vocals and percussion well while also acting as a perfect melody that sounds perfectly foreboding. It is really good. And I haven't even gotten to the fucking latter half, where he sings "and the raindrops" for like 20 times in a row, it completely fucking transforms the song and it sounds absolutely fucking brilliant.

94/100
  
it would be really funny if someone reviewed classical music
  
I don't wanna sit through a Chopin piece again. You do it.

Theki's review added.
  
i dont know enough about music in general to do a review especially with more meaning-focused stuff like classical
  
you can just review something basic like fur elise
  
fine. i, bug, the maestro of music, will review classical pieces. what is suggested, hm?
  
canon in d
you;ll know it when you hear it
  
i already know it i am the maestro
  
review it then
  
We should review music videos sometime. It's part of the reason I loved Parabol(a) so much. The video is my beloved. It starts with Parabol and these weird lookin dudes in suits show up. One of them cuts an apple, one of their fingers turns into a candle and they start vomiting black sludge on the table. Then it does this super fucking cool cut to Parabola and there's a robot lookin dude and his face is going wee err wee err. Then there's another weird dude with tentacles coming outta his head who pushes over a boulder and it's like woooooah. They play the clip a couple of times again and then it cuts to the dude rubbing on some deer antler sculpture thing. Then a gummy lookin dude shows up and looks around. There's a window I think and they're lookin into a forest. Then the tentacle dude puts his head in The Thing and it rearranges his tonsils or some shit. Then a ball shows up and it runs into the gummy dude and he fucking dies. Then the tentacle dude screams at the ball and cuts the gummy dude in half. He's got weird lookin organs or somethin'. He's a gummy bear, obviously. Then he goes outside and touches grass. The ball is following him and I don't know what the ball represents at all, in fact what the fuck is going on in this video geez. Then he picks up a leaf and it fucking explodes! It becomes an eye and then the music goes WHEEERRRR NERRR NA NERRRR and it gets so cool and it goes to this muscle dude and the eye splits into two and goes in through his toes and up his spine into his body. The dudes like woooah what the fuck. They uhh circle around where all the chakras are in his body and go up to his heart and make this cool lookin thing on it. Then they go in his eyes and make a third eye and he's like WOOOAH. Then he becomes the dude from 10,000 days and it looks so cool. Then the bass does harmonics and it sounds so cool like doo doo dooooo. It made me cry 2000/100 oh my god.

Summary, Tool music videos are wack.
  
it would be really funny if someone reviewed classical music

I can do that since its my job to learn & perform classical pieces
  
it would be really funny if someone reviewed classical music
I actually have a lot of classical songs that I like. I might review one of them, but it's nothing generic like Beethoven or anything.
  
Enjoy/Enjoy!/Descendents

It's silly as hell. Lots of fart sounds. ROLL THE WINDOWS!!! I love the bassline and the vocals. The guitar riff is really catchy, too, and the drums are good enough for me to actually notice them, as most Descendents songs do. Yes I'm spelling the name correctly. I like this song best off of the album. The rest of it is very good, too, but there's an exception as well (GET THE TIME. Why. Get The Time is just pop wrapped in a little punk ribbon.). More about the song, uhh, it's about shitting and farting and stinky stuff. HAHAHAHA POO POO FUNY!!!!!!! LOLOLOLOLL ROFLCOPTER!!!!!!!

83/100
  
Anima (2019)

Thom Yorke - Not The News


lolz

87/100
  
What album? Is it a single?
  
Anima
  
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