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Bag of Hammers



 Genre: Hard Rock

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Big, dumb hard rock with a dash of punk. From the "more is more" school of songwriting. Inspired by countless overzealous 300 lb. mosh pit participants. So many years ago but I can still remember the bruises. Good times indeed.

(No actual instruments - or hammers - were involved in the making of this song)
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Hits: 3163
Comments: 14
Fans: 0
Plays: 309
Downloads: 130
Votes: 10
Uploaded: Aug 25, 2005 - 03:28:51 PM
Last Updated: Aug 25, 2005 - 02:21:04 PM Last Played: May 02, 2018 - 04:17:10 PM
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Garageband, Easybeat
ArieSun69 said 4896 days ago (August 25th, 2005)
Now THAT is full of energy! In fact, I've got bruises
from chair dancing!
_nderscore said 4895 days ago (August 26th, 2005)
dooD-arrrgh! ooof
speeed, this fucking rocks.
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weitermitfahrer said 4895 days ago (August 26th, 2005)
Before I vote...
I really like this..Ok to send you some guitartracks? I'll send them as mp3's and you can mix em in ..I'll do a bassline too.

hehe If thats cool of course...
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bikeshedbob said 4895 days ago (August 26th, 2005)
Well planned track
Still can't believe there were no actual instuments used in the
making of this track. I've always been a bit sniffy about using
loops as a kind of musical lego, but this is terrific. lovely
hard mix, very clean and well thought out. the ending
sounds like someone cut it off with an axe!
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CIPHER said 4895 days ago (August 26th, 2005)
I'm loop free
Thanks for the support bikeshedbob.

I have some disdain for loops as well with is why I never use
them. This track is 100% original - no loops involved. Every
note was painstakingly built in Easybeat then migrated to GB.

I find I can make what I want faster than I can tweak a loop.
Plus, I can get very detailed if build stuff from scratch.

I'm a purist I guess.
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obfg88 said 4895 days ago (August 26th, 2005)
very nice
very nice composition, rich sound and everything!
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virtualruffy said 4891 days ago (August 30th, 2005)
well done
makes me think of some 80's metal when metal really bloomed. Has a ride the lightning orkill em all feel to it.
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Einarus said 4891 days ago (August 30th, 2005)
It's hammer time!!
Very kickin'! Great amount of power in this one!
I can only imagine how this would sound with some live
Rock on!
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GenEar said 4882 days ago (September 8th, 2005)
This song is hard man! It makes me want to go mosh
somewhere! And you did this without loops. Major props
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TobinMueller said 4873 days ago (September 17th, 2005)
Full of stripes
Reminds me of The Cars, Devo, the whole early 80s thing.
Maybe you can get White Stripes to cover this? You should
write lyrics to it, great energy.
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bigwavefred said 4862 days ago (September 28th, 2005)
love it
downloaded it
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said 4823 days ago (November 6th, 2005)
Coool Song!
But play some instruments my friend!
Ed Klingenberger said 4792 days ago (December 7th, 2005)
I really like the energy in this tune. The whole thing just feels like it
really drives, and that's not easy to do when you aren't playing actual
instruments on a recording. Interesting bass line, too. Nice work.
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kris said 4671 days ago (April 7th, 2006)
wicked, good song, my sort of thing dude.
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