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Sounds like a girl singing.

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Sounds like a girl singing.

 

That's what I thought as well when he opened his mouth.

 

 

This, x 100%. I was all like, I thought James Durbin was their vocalist? When did they recruit a female vocalist?

 

I don't get it. James Durbin is a good singer and sounds good on his solo albums. Why on earth does he sound so bad on this rubbish?

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I gave that track a few more listens, aaaaaaand...yeah, wow. That's just irritating.

 

A couple of the YouTube commenters have been saying that the vox sound like Mark Slaughter, which I can kinda hear...

 

...mind you, while that comparison might be OK with some people, I have always abso-frickin-lutely HATED Mark's girlish, whiny "singing," it causes me physical pain.

 

Therefore for me... no bueno.

 

Sorry Frankie. Nice try, but August 4th my $$ is going to the new Accept album.

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I gave that track a few more listens, aaaaaaand...yeah, wow. That's just irritating.

 

A couple of the YouTube commenters have been saying that the vox sound like Mark Slaughter, which I can kinda hear...

 

...mind you, while that comparison might be OK with some people, I have always abso-frickin-lutely HATED Mark's girlish, whiny "singing," it causes me physical pain.

 

Therefore for me... no bueno.

 

Sorry Frankie. Nice try, but August 4th my $$ is going to the new Accept album.

Did your monies ever really consider going to this anyway?

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I don't think the vox is as bad as some of you are going off about.....but the mix, yeah....not so great. I liked it more than the previous singer....

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I gave that track a few more listens, aaaaaaand...yeah, wow. That's just irritating.

 

A couple of the YouTube commenters have been saying that the vox sound like Mark Slaughter, which I can kinda hear...

 

...mind you, while that comparison might be OK with some people, I have always abso-frickin-lutely HATED Mark's girlish, whiny "singing," it causes me physical pain.

 

Therefore for me... no bueno.

 

Sorry Frankie. Nice try, but August 4th my $$ is going to the new Accept album.

Did your monies ever really consider going to this anyway?

 

 

There was a certain amount of morbid curiosity involved ... until I heard that track. :P

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I gave that track a few more listens, aaaaaaand...yeah, wow. That's just irritating.

 

A couple of the YouTube commenters have been saying that the vox sound like Mark Slaughter, which I can kinda hear...

 

...mind you, while that comparison might be OK with some people, I have always abso-frickin-lutely HATED Mark's girlish, whiny "singing," it causes me physical pain.

 

Therefore for me... no bueno.

 

Sorry Frankie. Nice try, but August 4th my $$ is going to the new Accept album.

Did your monies ever really consider going to this anyway?

There was a certain amount of morbid curiosity involved ... until I heard that track. :P

You know what? You are really weird.

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I gave that track a few more listens, aaaaaaand...yeah, wow. That's just irritating.

 

A couple of the YouTube commenters have been saying that the vox sound like Mark Slaughter, which I can kinda hear...

 

...mind you, while that comparison might be OK with some people, I have always abso-frickin-lutely HATED Mark's girlish, whiny "singing," it causes me physical pain.

 

Therefore for me... no bueno.

 

Sorry Frankie. Nice try, but August 4th my $$ is going to the new Accept album.

Did your monies ever really consider going to this anyway?

There was a certain amount of morbid curiosity involved ... until I heard that track. :P

You know what? You are really weird.

You're just noticing that now??

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I gave that track a few more listens, aaaaaaand...yeah, wow. That's just irritating.

 

A couple of the YouTube commenters have been saying that the vox sound like Mark Slaughter, which I can kinda hear...

 

...mind you, while that comparison might be OK with some people, I have always abso-frickin-lutely HATED Mark's girlish, whiny "singing," it causes me physical pain.

 

Therefore for me... no bueno.

 

Sorry Frankie. Nice try, but August 4th my $$ is going to the new Accept album.

Did your monies ever really consider going to this anyway?

There was a certain amount of morbid curiosity involved ... until I heard that track. :P

You know what? You are really weird.

You're just noticing that now??

 

 

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A better track but still sounds like it was recorded in a bucket wtf?

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Better than the last song they leaked but New Guy's vox are still too whiny/Mark Slaughter-y for me....

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Better than the last song they leaked but New Guy's vox are still too whiny/Mark Slaughter-y for me....

 

Too "girly" for me.

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This, x 100%. I was all like, I thought James Durbin was their vocalist? When did they recruit a female vocalist?

 

 

Same.

And it ain't Mark Slaughteresque for me at all.

I like Slaughter.

This I've heard once, and that is enough.

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Jeez that's weak. Sounds like an okay mid-80's demo.

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Jeez that's weak. Sounds like an okay mid-80's demo.

 

And still the female-ish vocals.

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"Can't Get Enough" my eye. I had enough of that guy's voice within fifteen seconds.

 

That's three strikes, Frankie. Yerrrrr OUT!

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