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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
|Name: Majid (Posted: 10/30/2007 3:53:00 PM)|
Comment: Producer "Smoke" constructs a fast paced, thunder clap laced beat, backed by a modest bassline while Onry and JFK of Grayskul shoot off lyrics at the speed of a gatlin gun. The "feel" of the song sounds like a hybrid of Outkast and Twista but with the distinct vocal tones and verbal olympics of Grayskul's signature technique. This is a nice selection to "Bloody Radio" for the party scene and may make you feel a bit more intoxicated when your head starts to spin from all the heinekens.
|Name: Daryl Stoneage (Posted: 10/23/2007 1:05:00 PM)|
Comment: Grayskul hails from Seattle, WA which is a stoneís throw from where I live in Vancouver, BC so Iíve seen these guys live a couple of times and Iím glad that theyíre getting the exposure that they deserve from Ryhmesayers. I love the honesty and emotion displayed in the lyrics and the way the chorus vocals are laced in behind the verses. The production really fits the topic of the song and although their new album doesnít totally blow me out of the water, this is one of the better songs for sure.
Name: Majid (Posted: 10/2/2007 1:56:00 AM)
Summary: Disgustingly Beautiful...
Comment: Onry Ozzborn and JFK of Grayskul once again unleash an encore worthy arsenal of wordplay and simile saturated stanzas with "Give Me Love". They tag team with their acute flow over a steady bassline and a richly melodic sample, orchestrated by producer "Smoke". This song is definitely an exceptional piece to "Blood Radio" and will soon expand to vast frequencies.