James LaBrie posts new song
2010-08-26 by Jerrad Williams | 19 Comments
Dream Theater frontman James LaBrie has posted a new song entitled 'I Need You' at Revolver.

'I Need You' is taken from Labrie's upcoming solo album Static Impulse, which is scheduled for release on September 28.

http://www.revolvermag.com/music/detail/james-labrie/
Tagged: James LaBrie

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UnfunFionn
August 27th 2010
54 Comments


Awful lyrics and the singing is so unoriginal it hurts. Meh, can't one member of that band just write a fucking song that's not trying so hard to be something?

CutMan
August 27th 2010
1792 Comments


I liked it fine. Not sure I'll enjoy this as much as Elements of Persuasion, but I'd have to hear more.

jingledeath
August 27th 2010
7104 Comments


ewww

Willie
Moderator
August 27th 2010
16049 Comments


This is actually a really good album. It's James singing and the Darakane drummer doing growls (and drums). It's like a proggy version of Natural Born Chaos and/or The Panic Broadcast (Soilwork).

Digging: Skrew - Universal Immolation

TheFantasticDangler
August 27th 2010
1166 Comments


lol at all of the prog geeks on that comment page "hating the yells and screaming, ewww"

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Bleekill
August 27th 2010
832 Comments


I wouldn't dare check this out either

kingsoby1
Emeritus
August 27th 2010
4950 Comments


this is pretty good, i agree with you for once trey!

Willie
Moderator
August 27th 2010
16049 Comments


I don't think we've ever agreed. I'm taking a screenshot.

Nomos
August 27th 2010
843 Comments


It's not bad! Though I liked his softer voice. Recently he's just sounded cheesy, and now these vocals are just generic and stale.

Good screams and music though, really liking it.

bloc
August 27th 2010
34919 Comments


This sounds really good

R6Rider
August 27th 2010
4680 Comments


Fun fact: The guy doing the growls (Peter Wildoer) played drums on Arch Enemy's Stigmata.

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Ticondaroga
August 28th 2010
231 Comments


meh

ShinXetsu
August 28th 2010
605 Comments


Not as good as the first song, but the 2nd half is real solid. Looking forward to the album!

beefshoes
August 28th 2010
4211 Comments


I am not a fan of the clean vocals that much at all but the music and the screams are pretty good. Pretty sure he used Auto-Tune on this.

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bloc
August 28th 2010
34919 Comments


Pretty sure he used Auto-Tune on this.

Have faith man!

Grog50
August 28th 2010
81 Comments


this is pretty horrible outside of the growls which are pretty good

Tyrant21
August 28th 2010
8 Comments


as a DT fan but not really a labrie fan ever i thought it was decent at least, probably wont pump it in my car but who knows?

MyDearWormwood
August 28th 2010
225 Comments


Not bad, not bad.

Scoot
August 29th 2010
17814 Comments


his voice is awful



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