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Brand New’s ‘3 Demos, Reworked’ Hit Apple Music

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jul 13, 2016.

  1. Melody Bot

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    Brand New’s 3 Demos, Reworked are now up on Apple Music.

    So, what is the consensus on these? Better than the originals? Worse? That new bridge in “Missing You” keeps drawing me back and I flat out love how these sound. Makes me wonder what “Mene” and “I Am a Nightmare” would sound like with the same depth and dynamism.

     
  2. Sal Paradise

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    I was a little underwhelmed at first, but I'm 95 percent sure that it's just because I got so used to the old versions over the last 10 years. This is what I've wanted since I first heard them, so I'm glad they exist and I'm sure I will be properly-whelmed in no time!
     
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  3. mattylikesfilms

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    Sweet
     
  4. nl5011

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    I enjoy them. I feel like they did a good job at capturing the feel of tdagarim more so than the original demos. Those songs needed them guitars!
     
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  5. SEANoftheDEAD

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    I dig em. Really enjoy "Missing You". The layers and guitar tones are perfect; the sample in the background of the bridge sets the mood too.
     
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  6. WetwithSharp

    and a little jingle...

    Well, these sound fantastic. This is kind of what I was expecting from those releases of the demos earlier in the year.

    I really just want to hear the new album at this point, cause the singles from it have me worried(which isnt something I've ever really felt with Brand New).
     
  7. teebs41

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    welp it was worth spending 6 bucks on these to get them 2 hours before they went up.

    1996 has an incredible vocal performance

    Love the palm muted first verse of missing you

    And brothers sounds great full band and with harmonies
     
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  8. SEANoftheDEAD

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    Ahhh 1996 is so good. Love the vocals/lyrics. And that post-chorus around the 1:30 mark - guitar and bass tones seriously send chills down my spine.
     
  9. aoftbsten Jul 13, 2016
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    aoftbsten

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    Hmm... At work and my right headphone is broken. Do I wait to get home to listen or just go for it now?

    Edit: Couldn't resist going for it.
     
  10. Colin Your Enthusiasm

    It's nobody's battle but your own. Prestigious

    These are tight. Also Apple Music FTW!
     
  11. Delysid

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    I love them and I'm sure that after listening to these for a while I will likely go back and not like the demos as much. Everything just sounds much better of course
     
  12. Connor

    we're all a bunch of weirdos on a quest to belong Prestigious

    These three have been my favorite songs since 2006, I love them even more now! These show the this band is still capable of great things
     
  13. Ska Senanake

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    Missing you is better, original 1996 is better, brothers are equal
     
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  14. Chris Lei

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    Not sure if I am using the right word here, but the production of these 3 reworked demoes just sound so much more polished than Mene and I am a Nightmare. The 3 reworked demoes just sound more fuller, clean, crisp and more dynamic. Mene and I am a Nightmare sound more linear to me in sound.
     
  15. Saephon

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    To be frank, I wish their new album was going to sound like this and not like Mene/I Am A Nightmare.
     
  16. ttmessick

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    I've listened to both versions of 1996 like 15x today and I think I like the original better as well. The polished guitars don't suit the song as much imo. For some reason I really like the lyrical change from "was now" to "would never" (sleep with her fiancé) though. I definitely prefer both new versions of the other two songs.
     
  17. Ska Senanake

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    I like the lyrics to the new version better. But yeah agreed