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Old 06-21-2009, 05:59 PM
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I'm a non-studio person, Tony. Think of the vocal sound of the opening lines of "Everybody Finds Out." It has that space-age, wobbly quality. It's akin to a phased effect, with minimal bottom end (or low frequencies).
I know what you mean on EFO, but I don't hear it on the other songs you mentioned, (Illume and DR). To me it works on Everybody Finds Out because it gives the vocal a clinical, distanced sound that matches the lyrics. It's like the patient is being observed by a detached doctor, nurse or narrator, taking notes, while monitoring her decline.

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Old 06-22-2009, 10:28 AM
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I think its funny that they didnt include her on so many songs.
From hearing audio from them talking and stuff, and interviews, it really sounds like they left her out of a lotta stuff.
which is funny because I think she was one of the main reasons the band skyrocketed
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I think its funny that they didnt include her on so many songs.
From hearing audio from them talking and stuff, and interviews, it really sounds like they left her out of a lotta stuff.
which is funny because I think she was one of the main reasons the band skyrocketed
They also complained that she didn't spend much time at the sessions for "Tusk," "Mirage," & "Tango in the Night," resulting in minimal Stevie on the recordings.
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she has her solo career though.
i bet you lindsey resents that she got so famous.
the sound of her voice is probably haunting him haha
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i bet you lindsey resents that she got so famous.
You betcha. That's why he slapped her around.
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wonder if he still feels the same now
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wonder if he still feels the same now
Didn't he beat her up just the other day?
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