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A massive three-day recording effort complete with sunny backups( ala theo, thank you very much) and Eli supplying some excellent writing/singing/rocking out skills. Theo plays electric and acoustic and bass guitar, Eli wrote (most) of it(well, everything except the da-na-na-na-na part, written by theo) and sings with skill. Skillll....... This Song was written, recorded, and produce entirely by The Third Person, a duo of unknown greatness. All of the instruments were played live.
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Comments: 5
Fans: 1
Plays: 184
Downloads: 111
Votes: 5
Uploaded: May 29, 2005 - 10:01:34 PM
Last Updated: May 29, 2005 - 04:59:56 PM Last Played: Oct 30, 2018 - 06:14:16 PM
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old 2003 iMac, tascam us-122
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garageband
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aclarke said 4948 days ago (May 30th, 2005)
Best so far
I think this is a huge improvement (production-wise). The
vocals did get buried some as did the lead guitar at the
end during the cresendo.

Musically, this did a good job keeping my attention. Very
good job with the guitars and bass. The vocal was
interesting and expressive. This is a very creative piece of
music. Keep rockin'!


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chikoppi said 4948 days ago (May 30th, 2005)
Nice capture!
Yup. I have to say you have found a much better method
to capture your instruments and vocals. The choice you
face now is what path to take...

It sounds like you recorded "parts" independent of
eachother. With independent tracks you can polish up the
music and balance everything until its a perfect mix.
However, If you aren't capturing a live performance then
issues like timing and wrong notes are called into
question. The Stooges, The Ramones, The Sex Pistols... all
took different approaches to production at different points
in their careers (I think part of the charm of the music you
are pursuing is an abundant lack of pretention).

This song actually reminds me more of the Violent
Femmes. I'd definitely suggest pulling back on the
acoustic guitar and elevating the vocals a little and the
bass a lot. I think you have a really good sense for song
structure and that will continue to be the backbone of
your music, whether it is live or in studio.
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stevel said 4948 days ago (May 30th, 2005)
Stays just the right side of chaos
This kind of sounds improvised, you have got quite nice
acoustic sound going there, wouldn't mind hearing the
bass and vocals a bit louder. This has a real charm to and
does sound quite pop in places
Like the electric guitar when it comes in with the vocals
S
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jackstone said 4933 days ago (June 14th, 2005)
this song blow my head
Very funny and special music to me


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ilovetheo said 4729 days ago (January 3rd, 2006)
so....
okay so this is my favorite song by you guys. this is actually great and
even my little brother is rocking out to this.
theo once again blows me away on the guitar but even without the
guitar he blows me away!
so if theo's in CA, how r u guys recording this stuff? huh?
anyway talk to you guys later! bye bye

ilovetheo
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the best band ever to hover near the earth.... Eli Green-drums,vox Theo blue-guitar, keyboards, vox airguitarist123@gmail.com -- Theo The Third Person is a brooklyn based band of hardworking middle schoolers. we're crazy good. if you have... [see more]

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