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Clean Bandit's Rather Be

Started by awonip, February 06, 2014, 03:13:23 AM

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Wow I can't get this song outta my head!

Really good job by these guys!

Lets Play Together Among These Summer Waves


Great song , I love this fresh sound.


This band is really amazin. I mean "Solo" is a superb pop song.

Their playlist on Spotify. Wow.

And I liked it..


A new "latin remix" version of Solo with Demi Lovato singing in awful spanish is out.




The past, I have, but find the answer alone about this. This has been known.


I would never understand the logic of these bots.


Quote from: nanofives on September 07, 2018, 06:27:53 PM
I would never understand the logic of these bots.

This became a ghost forum, we're like 5 active users... :(


they post links in every 100th comment, when admin stops to care



They released their new album full of collaborations.
I'm interesed in Mama co-written by Jason Evigan
Last Goodbye written and co-produced by Ilya
Out at Night co-written by John Ryan and Julian Bunetta

The album is wholesome, I love how they do the production, the sound of fingers sliding through the guitar frets is all over the place.
I was liking the song nowhere but the key change ruined it completely.


I don't like 'em since... Dust Clears in 2013.

They still have the same outdated sound from 5 years, forgot about their string arrangements -which made them special- and I can't believe there's so many people involved: co-producers, co-writers, featured singers... plus former band members.

And the result: 15 songs that sound the same.