Wednesday, November 01, 2006

High Road

High Road


This little number originated out of a drum pattern and looped guitar figure, though I might lose the hip-hop flava of the rythym track now. I was going for something dreamlike, the idea that there's something just out of the corner of our eyes we can't quite describe...

Al: Road warrior


Blogger Eric Nilsson said...

After this "artistic" song you should get back to basics. How about a Spineless Suzie post or something???

12:31 PM  
Blogger Allan said...

Hey, I gotta spread the rockers around, but since I'm a mensch I'll post SS in the next few days. Until then, enjoy the "art".

11:34 PM  
Blogger JohnnyLeed said...

I met her at a gig in Chi-town, must have been 5 years ago...

Spineless Suzie was actually the name of a Rock band I was trying to form in 1988, we were going to rent a self-storage unit to rehearse in, then lock up the gear. But being rockers, nobody had the money to pay for the storage unit, and the singer just wanted to do covers a new heavy band he liked, called Guns and Roses.... So this guitarist stuck with the old 4 track, and well, the rest is the History of OSMIUM...

8:16 PM  
Blogger Scott said...


To comment on the matter at hand, instead of a song by a different GROUP, I have to say the following:

Very commercial. Me like. I can see Sugar Ray covering this. The only thing you're missing is the Rap/DJ breakdown in the middle. If you can't coax Mark McGrath into the studio, then see if Smashmouth or Fastball are available. Who cares if there's no chorus?

8:19 PM  

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