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The Maine – “Lose Yourself” (Justin Bieber Cover)

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

  2. transrebel59


    Talk about overreacting.
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  3. SoundInTheSignals

    @Bake_Wear / soundinthesignals.com

    Unlocking anything or puzzle solving junk for a stream of a song or video in 2016 is making things way to complicated.

    I like the cover. This band has gotten so much better over the years.
  4. Jason Tate

    New merch: chorus.fm/shop Staff Member

    Oh, this is an under reaction on how I feel about gimmicky "unlock" schemes, I've been railing on this stupid tactic for over a decade at least. Hated it at MySpace. Hated the "like our page to hear a song" shit at Facebook. And I hated it when it was on Twitter like 5 years ago. I can't believe anyone still does it. If people like a song, or a cover, or whatever ... then they'll share it, asking for the share first is bullshit.
  5. Matt504

    Regular Prestigious

    Had a few cold ones tonight, ehhh?
  6. LessThanTrevor

    Vocals & Guitar for Less Than A Sea Prestigious

    The song is called "Love Yourself" and this band has definitely gotten so much better over the years. That first album doesn't even sound like them anymore.
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  7. Jason Tate Apr 21, 2016
    (Last edited: Apr 21, 2016)
    Jason Tate

    New merch: chorus.fm/shop Staff Member

    Nope (I've literally been saying this for a decade, no beer needed to think it's stupid and hostile to fans). Gonna go crack the first one now though.
  8. Jason Tate

    New merch: chorus.fm/shop Staff Member

    Shit. Fixed. Thanks. That's what I get for scheduling posts and not proof-reading.
  9. Matt504

    Regular Prestigious

    Drink one for me, Blackhawks won tonight =)
  10. Jason Tate

    New merch: chorus.fm/shop Staff Member


    Couple sips.

    They ruined the best part of this song: the pre-chorus and chorus melody. This is one of the few songs that I liked on that last JB record basically only because of that exact melody and how he sings it (the lyrical content has been think-pieced to death already). Thumbs down on the cover.
  11. Matt504

    Regular Prestigious

    Yea I agree, thought the other covers they did were better...
  12. mikalcheuk


    tight cover. the ending of the video was hilarious. i dig.
  13. Awksome


    Love it.
  14. dee

    I can feel the butterflies.

    Ha thanks for that. I would've just listened to it on spotify and skipped the video altogether if it wasn't for your comment.
  15. jorbjorb

    I'm so much cooler online

    yeah i like the maine but this is a meh cover. Covers are meh in general.
  16. billyboatman

    Perd Hapley II (The Negative Flash)

    Tell us how you really feel, Jason. haha
  17. brandon

    marshallmixing.com Prestigious

    I haven't listened to The Maine since Can't Stop, Won't Stop so I was pretty surprised by this cover. Did they change their sound drastically on their latest album or was it just a maturing over time?
  18. billyboatman

    Perd Hapley II (The Negative Flash)

    Definitely a maturing and different sound. I'd suggest giving Pioneer, FH and AC a try. They're all pretty different records. I'm sure you'd find something you'd like in one of them.
  19. Mr. Serotonin

    I'm still staring down the sun Prestigious

    I'd definitely recommend Pioneer and American Candy. Pioneer is kinda straight up rock, American Candy is like 90's alt/pop/rock. Both those albums are really solid. They're one of the few bands from that scene/era that I still listen to. They keep evolving in a good way.
  20. CyberInferno

    Line below my username Supporter

    The process for getting free PC games using gleam.io would drive you absolutely batty then. Click that link then click "See example" under coupons. For a free Steam game, you typically have to join a Steam group or two, visit a website, visit one or two Facebook pages, and subscribe to a Twitter feed or two. It's literally 7 or 8 actions. And all of those actually verify that you take the actions.
  21. Jason Tate

    New merch: chorus.fm/shop Staff Member

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