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  1. Skeletons: More Than the One Thing spencerarshinoff (2 posts) • Jun 6, You and 1 other Like.
  2. Start studying Music Final exam - Crofut. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  3. The main melody and a lot of the guitar parts sound just like another song I haven't heard in years. I think its from the 90s or early s? Please help TOMT, you're my only hope. EDIT: The upside of all this is that I'm rediscovering a ton of songs from my youth. Thanks yo. EDIT: Holy shit this got a .
  4. Nov 09,  · 18 videos Play all Why Do These Songs Sound Exactly The Same? | Reaction Time Reaction Time Spoiled RICH Kids On Tik Tok - Duration: SSSniperWolf 7,, views.
  5. Most frequently, it’s the melody — not usually the lyric — that sounds like something else. And it’s more specific than that it’s often the shape of the melody. So if you find that you’ve accidentally co-opted some other songwriter’s melody, change enough of your own that the shape is different.
  6. Mar 03,  · Everything the song has to say is best said by that nagging opening refrain, which is so lively and chipper - but slightly cross and unsettling with it - that it sounds like you're being mugged by.
  7. Apr 07,  · It is a very heavy song and the guy is screaming something that sounds like "not saturate". They say it over and over.
  8. May 10,  · Evidence shows the more complex the stimuli in a song the more likely a person will like it with time, while the opposite is the case for simple stimuli, says .
  9. Aug 05,  · It was very common in the earlier days of the Top 40 for an artist or group to put out a very similar-sounding song once they'd scored a big hit. This only rarely worked. Among the more obvious examples of it failing: Just Like Romeo and Juliet/Like Columbus Did -- The Reflections Sweet Talkin' Guy/Out of This World -- The Chiffons.

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