04:49 - Redn1ght Closest thing to death I've felt was when I had to do some badass-level ab workouts in TKD class. xD (I wasn't as fit back then.)
04:44 - Dima We did it for an 1hr straight. Team ran a square route in a 2 line formation. The 2 people at the front would sprind around the square to reach the back of the line. It was closest thing to death i've felt but worth it big time
04:42 - Dima That's what we did for football training. We got fit abnormally quickly. Though, you likelywon't last as long as you could because you don't have a coach getting ready to let his lungs off at you if you quit.
04:36 - Redn1ght Something like what I was implying, short laps equivalent of that length. It's only good for endurance once you got basics down. :P
04:35 - Dima jogging on its own is pretty gheeyyy imo. Based on my expereience, sprint jog interval training is much more beneficial.
04:28 - Redn1ght What I've found is that doing it in short sets gets better result than long ones, like not 1 hour runs but rather shorter runs that equal to the same distance.
04:16 - !J.O.O.E.! My diet was terrible, though under 2500 calories. And I've never been overweight. Well within my BMI.
"Celebrate The Dead", which isn't an Engram track, is worth checking out. Nothing wondrous though.
It is pretty wondrous. Wondrously bad. 10 minutes of mindless, repetitive plodding dross (which could have been edited into about 3 minutes and sounds like a lame attempt at Velvet Cacoon almost) followed by some of the worst and laziest sounding clean vocals I've ever heard. The synths in it are ok though. I don't think I know any other bands that do so little with their releases.
The release is over 29 minutes long. 25 minutes after my post came a post which pretty much underlines that it was the first spin. Quite interesting.
I heard Demon Advance many months ago, it was awful. I had no need to listen to it again to formulate a score which was as bad, if not worse than the track you spoke of, which I listened to half an hour ago
Not your post. But the point is that throwing votes around just like that is a bit weird, if that was the case.
Throwing votes around? If I were to have thrown votes around I would have voted on it many months ago on the basis of one song, which is something I don't do (as I'm sure I've said elsewhere on this forum; I don't vote on albums I haven't listened to fully at least once, hence why I have so few low scores as I usually give up on albums that I don't like from the get go). I left this album for dead, saw your comment which suggested that the other non-demo song was decent so I listened to it. It was awful but it meant I'd fully listened to this EP thus meaning I could rate it. One listen for a record is legitimate for giving a rating if you ask me.
So then you were talking about Rod? He's the only other voter here.
If that's his name. I was referring to this "Didn't expect it to be that bad but...". when I gave the minutes.
This is not a big deal anyway. Just pointing out.
Music like this certainly doesn't take too long to recognise as shit. I did finish the tracks. Just decided to go for the score at advance. I actually do that quite a few times so throughout the years I see myself updating my ratings both good and bad ones. This is what i would call "a pretty damn permanent rating". Not going down but definitely not up.
Rodrigo's the name though... I dig Rod though.
PS: I only have water guns, they are hella fun.... Mine has probably some pee in it though. I don't remember.
Written by Mr. Doctor on 11.12.2012 at 22:50 This is what i would call "a pretty damn permanent rating". Not going down but definitely not up.
Hahahahaha this is fun. Welp, I give it a 5 because I ended up liking the keyboard a little bit more but maaaan they still ruined the song. The second track had some hypnotic potential somewhere but it never gets there.