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Le rebelle



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The rebel
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Uploaded: Jun 19, 2009 - 10:22:29 PM
Last Updated: Jun 19, 2009 - 10:22:29 PM Last Played: May 16, 2019 - 09:40:45 AM
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Parichayaka said 3651 days ago (June 19th, 2009)
Really like the chord progression. Drums are relentless and set the tone for the track, backed up by the distorted guitar for the hook. Everything works here, like a well-oiled machine what's rusty is my French. I'd like to hear a bit more variation maybe in the drums or intensity and even though I don't understand the lyric it feels like the story isn't quite told from beginning to the end. But great talent here; impressed! Interesting artwork too.
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MarkHolbrook said 3650 days ago (June 21st, 2009)
Very cool
I like the way this goes but like Parichayaka... I'd like a little variation. Cool track none the less!
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five_extra_arms said 3267 days ago (July 9th, 2010)
le rebelle
I like this song from the very start. I like how the distorted lead comes in so sparingly and understated. I think the vocals work well as they gradually build up and then the lead guitar joins in underneath it. It feels complete to me. The last guitar segment reminds me a bit of Echo and the Bunnymen. I think it was a good idea to save that for the ending.

I like the photo as well.


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The terms alternative rock and alternative music[1] were coined in the early 1980s to describe punk rock-inspired music genres which didn't fit into the mainstream genres of the time. At times it was used as catch-all phrase for rock music from under

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