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Walk the Moon – “Kamikaze”

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Nov 7, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. Honeymagnolia

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    Not into any of the new songs apart from One Foot so far.
  3. rbf737


    Maturing/evolving is one thing, but I feel like they're halfway to a completely different band based on these songs. Not bad, just haven't resonated with me like anything off their first two.
  4. SEANoftheDEAD


    I agree 100% with this. The songs aren't bad, but just sound super refined and radio friendly compared to their old songs.

    "Shut Up and Dance" obviously was a huge hit, but doesn't sound like it was fabricated for the radio. These songs do.

    Like you said, not bad, but I'm not connecting with them either.
  5. :chin:

    That song was tailor-made for the radio. Haha.
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  6. Jusscali

    Trick or Treat Mfer Prestigious

    This one is alright. I've kinda liked two of them so far.
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  7. rbf737


    True it was made for the radio in that it was destined to be a hit, but these sound more LIKE the radio maybe is the distinction.
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  8. SEANoftheDEAD


    That's exactly what I was trying to say.

    I read an interview with Nick when Talking is Hard came out and he said after they wrote it and played it live, they knew it'd be a hit. But it wasn't like their intention was to write some huge radio hit. Just so happened, they did.
  9. Jusscali

    Trick or Treat Mfer Prestigious

    I know exactly what you were trying to say.
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  10. Radio was always the destination for "Shut Up"
  11. I've spoken to people that worked on that album about how it was definitely their intention to write a huge radio hit. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    It's the song written with Captain Cuts. That's the team for the radio single.

    (They co-wrote "One Foot" too.)
  12. SEANoftheDEAD


    Ahh gotcha. Makes sense.
  13. failinginplace


    this song sounds like a poor-man's maroon 5
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