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Quite good...and the drummers wearing a Ghostbusters tee...be nice to hear do that...I know its not the 90's but neither are more than half of these 90's tracks they,ve released :) nice solo btw

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I agree. And do you know why? Because that song is from the freaking 80s. I think they are 'cheating' a bit. If you do stuff from the 90s, please do the songs that were released in that decade. C

What? None of us would ever call you that. "Dumbass" works fine enough. 

always liked Go West so I quite liked that but there's no denying 80s songs are more awesome  

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18 minutes ago, lettard said:

Quite good...and the drummers wearing a Ghostbusters tee...be nice to hear do that...I know its not the 90's but neither are more than half of these 90's tracks they,ve released :) nice solo btw

Please no. I hate that song. Heh. 

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Meh to this whole album and vibe.
This is the kind of thing I'll play on spotify at work because it's something customers will dig and the versions are rockier than the original.
Listening to it that way would be ok, but as individual songs, they're just pop/rock covers.

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I keep hearing.... I'm your Beavis...... 

I've always hated that song too Karpet.

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New song 'I Want It That Way' (Backstreet Boys cover).

Not bad.

This will be the last song for a while, they're taking a break.

 

 

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Meh. I was hoping it would be much more epic.

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Yeah, the original is playing on the radio right meow. It's so much better. But At the Movies could have made it so much more epic. Ugh. Disappointing. 

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