WinterFelLake (el 24/05/13 a las 8:17 am)
Jakob Eisenbach (el 17/05/13 a las 3:24 pm)
4:39 Hendrix style! Awesome :)
Elad Ashkenazi (el 15/05/13 a las 7:28 am)
I actually believe that most of the people wouldn't like it anyway... even if they will hear it...today's taste is mostly shit and most of the people wouldn't appreciate real music like this... I don't like that either but I seriously think it's the truth
Elad Ashkenazi (el 15/05/13 a las 7:20 am)
This is like one of my favorite songs ever... totally in my top 10... and I haven't heard of the band anywhere... this is one of those situations where bands just "fall between the chairs"
Miguel Riveros (el 31/03/13 a las 9:49 pm)
2013 update... Is 66.966 views today!
loa2104 (el 23/03/13 a las 5:33 am)
06:44 - EARGASMS !!!
SpriteBat (el 18/03/13 a las 4:28 pm)
It's true that music is never the only aspect of an artist's success, but I assume it has always been that way to some extent. The problem I have with the media is that it is so close-minded, and doesn't allow people to know all the variety and talent that does exist in the world of music. Only a passion for truly great music can lead to discovery, and unfortunately, many people lack that passion. But I don't expect individuals to change, especially when they are young and impressionable.
InfinityDz (el 18/03/13 a las 1:39 pm)
Yes and that's what I meant: the public is as faulty as the media. I'm aware that some people like to let loose more than others, and don't feel like studying every word sung in an album or a song, but I'm personnally on the other side of the spectrum, cause I never cared about music as a dancing tool.Nowadays in the music industry it's no longer "just" about the music you make, but your success also depends on your sex appeal or how many bitches you fucked last night. Sad world.
SpriteBat (el 18/03/13 a las 1:25 pm)
In a perfect world, yes, it would make more money. I guess the industry of popular music is content with their own market, which is typically young kids who are musically ignorant and uneducated (I hope that doesn't sound too offensive, it's just how I see things). After all, that market will always exist. There will always be a new generation of kids who are easily deceived by art that is of lower quality, so the industry can just keep profiting from that deception.