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09. Loser

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Marcelo

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Discuss.

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Amazing Song. Sucks the part we heard on youtube that Fred said was Loser isn't there. But still, a bad ass song.

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I feel the same way, also love the guitar sample from the beginning, it reminds me of something I can really get a grip on. A guitar during the rest of the verse reminds me of Hold On 3-10 and a bit further to 3-30.

Edited by Morphine_Overdose, 20 June 2011 - 10:25 PM.


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I like how it's one of the connecting parts of the album and I really like the song but the interlude at the end is hilarious :P

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My fave song so far, very addictive makes me want to sing along.

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Easily my favorite song on the album!

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I seem to be in the minority here who thinks this is one of the weaker tracks on the album. I still love it, but it seems to be overhyped over here :P

Edited by Kornography18, 20 June 2011 - 11:00 PM.


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it's not a bad song, but i'm not as involved in this song as in the rest of the album

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I think this is some of LB at their best, provides such a beautiful contrast against the other tracks. Wonderfully done. Love the opening of this track.

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@Kornography18 - I feel the same way. Probably somewhat because I had different thoughts of the song after seeing the live clip on youtube. Definitely not a bad song at all though.

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This is another one of my favorites. Great song! It has a bit of playfulness in it in a sad way. I mean, it's supposed to be a sad song, kind of a downer, but I feel like moving around... I guess it's like a battle between the lyrics and the melody. I like it.

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Love it. Very well crafted song. As stated by a lot of people, huge BLB influence in there, and I love it. This song and Walking away provide a vital contrast to the rest of the album. I definitely get a tinge of Matt Bellamy/Muse on Wes' solo. A lot of very haunting riffs in the song. Intro part reminds me a lot of My Way. I think it's the type of song you can just kick back to, or get really emotionally invested in depending on your mood.

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i fuckin love the interlude :D

I would have put this song as a bonus on the deluxe version and back porch on the standard version. it has a lot of BLB in it, it proves that lb members are really versatile

Edited by Limpunk, 20 June 2011 - 11:25 PM.


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Haha. The interlude is so funny. "i dId iT AlL fOr tHe nOOkiE" :D

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I think this is the best song on the album and I'll be gutted if they don't release it as a single!

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Another one of my favorites. This is what an RMV-like album would be with Wes on it. Amazing amazing and amazing.

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i liked it a lot.

I loved the sample. The only "weak" part was that "prechorus". It always felt somewhat weak. But still good.

After listening to the whole song, I also see that the song just repeats too much.

But man, the song as a whole is definitely one of my favorites. The instrumentals. The verses. They're godly. The real is sublime. The prechorus is average. the repetition of the song lets the song down some what.


I give it an 8.5 out of 10...but in the end, I think its the best song.

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For a few seconds in, I literally thought I was listening to a CS outtake... and the chorus took me straight back to the good ol' days when rock was just so...

Oh god I'm happy.

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My whole childhood came flooding back on this track. Love this one.

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I had something written out about how this was the weakest song on the album while I was listening to it. Now that I think about it, this song is pretty badass! Lol


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