No Name Band

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Total Song Plays: 12   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Chris Boyden posted over 30 days ago to No Name Band

I'm not sure how you got "monotone vocals" on Stop The War. Sure, the intro is a bit longer than most songs but it also is far from monotone. I've played it live for 20 years and it brings down the house every time. Monotone is definitely NOT an adjective that people use to describe my vocals. "Too boring?" If you did not like it, that is fine. If you can't offer any advice as to how you think it would be better, please just cancel and move on.

Matthew Stemme posted over 30 days ago

If you cannot offer constructive feedback, then please do not review--just pass. Gave bad marks for my country song being too country. No other feedback.
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Brian McNulty posted over 30 days ago

I'm not going to thank you for your lousy review of "The Day You Died". I will have it removed as soon as customer service is back in the office. I see you haven't been here long and have already offended Anita Andreis with your first review. You better do some more, because these 2 will be removed. By the way, The Day You Died is number four on the EARTH CHART. Hopefully your unfair review will not knock it off that chart.

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