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Matmagix's (mediocre) Song Game History

Welcome to the Matmagix song game thread. Well I think perhaps it's time I documented my travels.

I joined in game 105 hoping to see how I would fare in this community, and well you get mixed results, in my case I think it is about 50/50 when it comes to making the finals, with some difficulty especially early on. However I truly enjoy the songs I send so have no regrets at the end of the day even when receiving some rather scathing reviews at times...

See below for a (developing) list of all my entries and their placements. I will also discuss in more details through the thread my reasoning for selection, and my thoughts about the tracks and other things.

Songs Result Summary Table

Bolded/italicised entries are my favourite sends, personally speaking.



Mediocre records
Games 105 - 124: 7/16 F rate
Games 125 - 144: 9/18 F rate
Games 145 - 164: 9/14 F rate
Games 165 - ...

Podium (Top 3 results)
Game 124: 2nd
Game 166: 1st

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Song Game Entries By Genre and Year of Release




Till game 180.

There's a pretty noticeable trend in the last 20 editions in terms of the year of release...

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Reserved Highlights

This game has produced a lot of interesting pieces which I have given high points to, but here are a selection that I found to be excellent discoveries and maintains good replayability value to warrant placement on this special list.

*Alcest - Sur l'océan couleur de fer; sent by Perun in Game 105
A moving piece, with strong guitar presence and great tone, the singer may not be powerful, but is highly emotive in his delivery. Dreamy nature.



*Arco Iris - Canción de cuna para el niño astronauta; sent by Mustafina in Game 107
Delectable. It has such a classic feel and the singer is so inviting with her tone and really transports you to another dimension. There are so many elements in this song that indicate why the late 1960s and early 1970s was such an explosive time for pop and rock music. It is patient and builds nicely to a climax. Unfortunately it only finished 2nd, but it is a timeless masterpiece.



*PHOX - Slow Motion; sent by salmon pants. in Game 114
I'll take from my review of this song: "It does sound like slow motion, relaxing track. The nice part is that it is grounded, not trying to do too much. Top marks for dynamic progression (it doesn’t stay on even keel, changes its mood, tempo and volume) which is a very heavy point awarding quality for me. Even extra points for the clarinet appearance to add to the atmosphere."



*BB King - The Thrill Is Gone; sent by ArturJFC in Game 128
Blues legend, what more can be said? Great delivery.



*Ghost-town DJs - My Boo; sent by Leif in game 138
It's so retro yet sleek and cool. My review: enjoyable 90s smooth RnB, sounds quite familiar and yet very fresh. Excellent contrast between the lead singer and the backup harmonic vocals. I'm really bopping to it as we speak. Besides, it's so silky smooth and magical, I'm almost tearing up listening to this. Can't beat those smooth lines...

I need you, I want you
To have you, hold you, squeeze you
So I'm going out every weekend
Just to see my Boo again




*Imarhan - Tahabort; sent by JMG in Game 140
Adorable, middle Eastern gem is as simple as it can be described. What you see from the beginning is what you get when that bass kicks in which much flair! It is so much fun and has a neat 6/8 time sig to jive to. The vocal sounds equally relaxed and self assured.



*Borns - American Money; sent by (you guessed it) salmon pants in Game 141
It's a very well constructed, captivating and meaty pop song with epic vocals. My review: wait is American Money sung by a guy?

personally it sounds like a 'duet' of male and female. Male falsetto can be subtle but it doesn't sound like that to me (except the 2:40 mark). I love the song that said actually one of the best songs I've heard in this game, and a contemporary pop track as well!



I also had the pleasure of describing salmon pants. overall musical taste:
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As to your taste, that's easy. The simplest way to describe it is organic, to mean very pure and wholesome. Spontaneous, yet somewhat familiar and soothing, and captivates the soul. There's an element of the songs leaving a long lasting impression; those who like your songs usually will fall in love with them whatever the season and leave the listener wanting more. Ultimately, the music is accompanied by a special drive and passion that not only complements, but transcends the notes. Now that is organic.
*Yoshida Brothers - Storm; sent by TIEFSEE in Game 162
No, I mean just listen to this masterpiece featuring the shamisen.

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Musical eargasm moment. Yoshida brothers is brilliant . The strings just come to life. Need I mention the bass and chord progression? It's cute and well imagined. Hope it's from you.


tbc

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Replace order 66 with 166 would be about right
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Humble beginnings

Game 105: Indelible Vocals


The Seekers - I Will Never Find Another You

I announced myself to TF BSG in the most unceremonious way possible, by pretending to be a DA (or really going along with a ruse).
I almost had Adey fooled! So much people were asking Adey to do the checks. I only responded in Doctor Who gifs. Eventually he got the idea.

Anyhow to the theme, idea was simple. Send a vocal smashing package.
I went with something rather casual. The Seekers - I'll Never Find Another You, 60s pop classic from Australia. Judith Durnham and the Seekers were a great group and Judith sure could sing with an unblemished tone, as did the Seekers who provided stunning harmonies. This song is quite simple but warmly delivered. I expected it to make the finals and it did but didn't quite soar in the finals but I thought 1st time, not bad.



If they gave me a fortune
My pleasure would be small.
I could lose it all tomorrow
And never mind at all.
But if I should lose your love, dear,
I don't know what I'd do
For I know I'll never find another you.


baby steps

Game 106: Blind Reflection

10cc - Somewhere In Hollywood

Beat selected this theme where you had to interpret an image of a woman staring into a mirror in her house. I decided to share a bit of stunning 70s art rock. 10cc is a 70s group of 4 singer-songrwriter-producers (Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Lol Creme and Kevin Godley) who did a lot of outside of the box/experimental pop/rock ahead of their time and enjoyed quirky arrangements and humorous lyrics, and this song is no different. At over 6 minutes, it is a nice rollercoaster through the 70s lights, with stunning piano passages to open and close the song, and some impressive work on the guitar. The song was perhaps a bit too ambitious for some listeners, who described it as being all over the place, which is a fair assessment. However, an astute listener will find everything in all the right places, with some delightfully charming surprises and will fall in love with the lights, camera, action displayed in this choreographed track. This song did not make finals, but at least made some impression on voters.



I had a part in the talkies
When you were a little girl
I've taken Lassie for walkies
When she was the pup that Vaudeville threw up
And destiny lead her
Hand in paw to somewhere
In Hollywood

That's crazy, a dog up in Beverly Hills
Crazy, crazy


flying solo...

Game 107: Celestial

Kid Cudi - Enter Galactic

I decided to let loose some steam for this edition and have some fun by sending this very trippy and boppy track from hiphop genre. I didn't want to simply send a song ABOUT space, I wanted it to BE spacey, and this did alright in that department. I think it ought to be obvious what is implied here in the lyrics though (and the accompanying video ). It didn't make finals but I expected that.



I once used to dream of peace until I found you,
Once upon a time baby,
I once used to dream so sweet until I had a taste of you,
Once upon a time baby,
Reaching out to outer space dancing to awesome sounds,
This all new to you?
Reaching out to hold your close so I don't slip away,
Explore a new approach,
A whole new free I say


This theme also gave me many alternative choices like:



Here are some more alternative choices in the spoiler:
 




I would send a Crash Bandicoot track for an edition later on.

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Game 108: Adore Adey

Phil Oakey and Giorgio Moroder - Together In Electric Dreams

The theme was to make Adey feel like he was in heaven from his office by sending the type of songs he would enjoy. I went with an 80s synthpop song that is just fun and representative of that 80s era. It is incredibly memorable and quite infectious to sing along to. Phil Oakey, has his charms of course and Moroder spins his magic into it the very same with excellent synth passages. While it did not fare so well in the finals, Adey gave it 6 pts so I'm happy with the result



Love never ends, we'll always be together,
No matter how far it seems...
Love never ends, we'll always be together,
Together in electric dreams...


sucking game

Game 110: Life Sucks

Cold Chisel - Choir Girl

In hindsight, I made quite a poor choice. Choir Girl is a staple from Cold Chisel and one of their most commercial successful albums turning to the 80s (East), but this song was noted to be rather corny and for many did not appear to take the theme seriously (though the song was about dealing with abortion). Perhaps Khe Sanh would have been more ideal and believable in selling "woe is my life" (see below) It's still a decent song, but needless to say it finished deadlast in its semi but would only be a start of a difficult BSG journey...



She's my connection
I'll hold on
And never, never, never let her down
Cause she's alone
And she loves me like an only child




under the weather

Game 111: Weather

Mondo Rock - Summer of 81

I decided to keep at a simple pop formula and went with this rather cheesy 80s number from an Australian rock band, Mondo Rock. It didn't do well, I gathered, but it's just one of those things you either leave or take. In this case I was somewhat surprised Adey wasn't keen on it.



We stood on the balcony
And we watched it together
We were modern men and women
Who changed like the weather
We were one day growin' hot, the next day growin' cold
One day growin' restless, the next day growin' old


My alternative choice would DEFINITELY have fared better based on the appreciation of 60s classics of the time (where Etta James would win this edition):


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Game 113: Get Horny

Chicago - Once In A Lifetime

I immediately considered Chicago's famous brass section and their fusion of jazz/funk with rock. My first thought was to send 25 or 6 to 4 but felt it may be too familiar, to my loss. Instead I sent this 80s track from Chicago 17, which again was perceived to be overly cheesy and dated by some, but it is overall a great feel good track of the time, and there is a very impressive instrumental where horns, traditional strings and electric strings came together coalesce to arrive at a climax. It is the last track in which Cetera was featured before he left to embark on his solo career, and is a good nod to James Pankow's writing sensibilities for the horn section, which doesn't just feature in one part, but is present throughout the piece.



Once in a lifetime
Maybe the last time
Just the right time to fall in love
Once in a lifetime
For such a long time
I've been waiting for you


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Game 114: Open

Karen Mok - While My Guitar Gently Weeps

I had basically started listening to Karen Mok who is well known in Hong Kong, China and Taiwan and is multi talented, speaking 5 languages. While she typically does C-pop, in 2013, attempting to reach an international audience, she produced an album of covers with a modern jazz and oriental approach and this was one of the songs on that album. Even with the addition of the guzheng (to simulate the guitar), it failed to make a big mark but did make the finals, due to most players having too much familiarity with the original by Harrison.



I don't know how you were diverted
You were perverted too
I don't know how you were inverted
No one alerted you


bigger openings

Game 116: Grand Openings

Memory Maze - Depth of Field

I discovered this artist in 2015 and they have some smooth and captivating shoegazey tracks on the album (also see "Like A Mirage", "Wounded Eyes". The vocal seems to soar endlessly at times. Admittedly the opening wasn't exactly that grand but it was better than some songs that were sent. However it did have a nice impact and finished 6th, my best result, and my first foray into indie tracks for this game. Of short relief, as I would not make the finals for 4 consecutive games after this.




Resolution's hard to find,
but it starts building inside,
So you read between the lines,
And you think you're seeing signs,
But they're in your mind.

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Game 117 - Song For a Tennis Player

Bee Gees - Spirits Having Flown

This theme had players pick a song to best represent one of their fav players. I picked this song to represent Li Na, who was truly a "spirit having flown" for her country, and herself, really breaking a huge bond enduring years of tough physical and mental pressure "in the face of time I carry on; how long must I live in the air? how long must I wait" by winning a grand slam title (2) and ending at a career high no.2 in singles. And truly she went to a place never before having flown captivating many fans who were there along for the same journey "I'd like to take you where my spirit flies, through the empty skies, we go alone" to triumph "it's the dawn of the feeling that starts from the moment you're there".

As to the track itself, it is delivered with a nice Caribbean flavoured RnB style. Barry uses softer vocals for the verses, which is different from the other tracks surrounding this and preceding this, before ramping up the chorus with rich falsetto harmony. There are many subtle elements that can easily be missed, first the insistent rhythm, the decorative conga and flute lines and the bass. The after-chorus is equally delightful and fleet footed, and really reaches a climax after the second verse, which extends for well over a minute and a half. However, it must be noted virtually no bar is identical to its previous in this section, as new elements keep getting added/removed to ensure variety. Listening to the last minute and a half does make you feel like you are flying through the air. In fact I use this track a lot to help me sleep being so relaxing. The falsetto is probably somewhat heavy for casual listeners but this is in my opinion their BEST and most beautiful track they have ever produced, and Barry might agree as he placed this track as the opener to their Mythology compilation album. The song got deadpanned by some players as expected (based purely on reputation) but some players (especially AdeyC and Slazorin) appreciated the gentle subtleties that make this track shine.



I'd like to take you where my spirit flies
Through the empty skies
We go alone.
Never before having flown


more Caribbean

Game 118 - Music of Jamaica

Inner Circle - Sweat (A lalala long)

Yes, I simply could not resist when this theme was picked. I actually sang this once in front of my high school and it was fun to do. Mind you, apparently I did the reggae vocal enough justice. It's cheesy, it's probably sexual, it's energetic and it's unforgiving but that's exactly why it's such a cool song. Unfortunately, it was not cool enough to make the finals (or maybe too cool )



Girl I want to make you sweat
Sweat till you got sweat no more,
And if you cry out, I'm gonna push it some more.
Girl I want to make you sweat
Sweat till you got sweat no more,
And if you cry out, I'm gonna push it, push it, push it some more.

A lalala long,
A lalala long long le long long long


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Game 119 - Insane times

Hopsin - Ill Mind of Hopsin 6

Hopsin is described as being a hardcore rap artist and it really shows in the delivery. I went down tone a bit to see where it would fit among BSG tastes. The song here deals with struggling with addiction (protagonist details how a friend of his was a victim to cocaine use and how it screwed his life up). It's duly a sad song to behold. Some people weren't too keen on the chorus. It didn't make finals but I kind of expected that but it did get some nice support.



They put you on the bad route, and when you needed they help to pick you up, they fuckin' backed out
They fuckin' got you, I can’t lie, but now your brain's fried
And you don’t even act like you’re the same guy
Your momma told you that drugs are bad
But you ain’t listen 'til the fire burned your ass
Now you understand


Additional notes: Hopsin has a hardcore rap style but is totally against using drugs or alcohol, and advocates productive contribution to society. His most noted work is Ill Mind 5, where he hits the core very hard with some wicked lines like

"I've become a freak of nature all the kids stare at, Who walk around bumping RAW with the shit blaring, Saying "fuck school" and dropping out like a miscarriage"


@Adam should check out some of these tracks, and welcome to my song history thread (still in progress)
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Replace order 66 with 166 would be about right
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Game 121 - Late Night

Marty Robbins - El Paso

I'm not exactly sure how much this fit the theme exactly but it I could see it as a quiet serenade played in a pub. The story is charming, set in the wild West, gunshots and horses, and that one captivating love to die for, helped by pinpoint lyrics and great acoustic riffs. It was a hit in 1959 and was the first song to really push the boundaries of airplay at over 4:30 in length! The vocal harmony is often underappreciated and is pulled off remarkably well in this song. Sadly it did not make the finals and this upset me greatly, but is a classic tale for all to hear.



Something is dreadfully wrong, for I feel
A deep burning pain in my side
Though I am trying to stay in the saddle
I'm getting weary, unable to ride

But my love for Felina is strong and I rise where I've fallen
Though I am weary, I can't stop to rest


Additional notes: this song was played on Breaking Bad in the episode called "Feleena"

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Game 122 - Previously unnominated

Liste Noire - Non Grata

Originally from France, the trio moved to Germany and changed their name from Velvet Condom to Liste Noire with a much cleaner and refined sound than their previous incarnation. Non Grata is one of their first singles and it is very rich and has a simple but rousing atmosphere and is quite a memorable song. The vocal delivery is punchy and overall is a good nod to new wave with a fine modern touch. I am still confused as to how this song dropped off people's radar so quickly. Even Silent Bird noted it could be a possible winner but it finished 19th in the final.



Monster, teacher, staff, father, chief, uncle, spiritual, deceiver,
Paths, Lovers, Guardians, Haters, Bullies, Traps, False idols
Could the world come any more?


something different
Game 123 - The Avant Garden

Aquarium - Captain Africa

This pick was something obscure off the 80s Russian scene, with lots of experimental elements including post-punk, rock and roll, folk, jazz and funk all in one. Boris Grebenshchikov even had to beg the studio to allow them to record. It's really a fantastic and bouncy track, such a delightful jazz number. Production does falter at times given the circumstances but the ideas roll off extremely well and the saxophone solo is out of this world. I was glad Wally. really enjoyed this song.



There's an interesting review of it (and the album) here: http://tomymostalas.blogspot.com.au/...leased-in.html

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I wish one of my songs will get in your highlights one day.
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I actually have not finished that section. There are many songs that need to go there from the past editions. Slowly but surely I will get there. And your Koop Koop song will go there.
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I actually have not finished that section. There are many songs that need to go there from the past editions. Slowly but surely I will get there. And your Koop Koop song will go there.
I'm thinking @Leif was referring to the fact that you included one of his submissions but you've credited the wrong sender

My Boo was Leif's song.
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I'm thinking @Leif was referring to the fact that you included one of his submissions but you've credited the wrong sender

My Boo was Leif's song.
it was? thankfully I didn't use mention function for those or I would be in some water
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Evonne Goolagong-Cawley - Australian Legend: 14 GS - 7 singles

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I was secretly hoping you used the mention function. But it's cool! I'm used to being forgotten.

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