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MM2017 Round 2, Set 6: Sum 41 vs. The Dillinger Escape Plan

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    • Sum 41: 13 Voices
    • The Dillinger Escape Plan: Dissociation

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SUM 41: 13 VOICES
Hopeless
October 7th

A Murder Of Crows
Goddamn I'm Dead Again
Fake My Own Death
Breaking The Chain
There Will Be Blood
13 Voices
War
God Save Us All (Death To Pop)
The Fall And The Rise
Twisted By Design

 

 

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THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN: DISSOCIATION
Cooking Vinyl
October 14th

Limerent Death
Symptom Of Terminal Illness
Wanting Not So Much To As To
Fugue
Low Feels Blvd
Surrogate
Honeysuckle
Manufacturing Discontent
Apologies Not Included
Nothing To Forget
Dissociation

 

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this is an extremely easy choice. TDEP are awesome and this was one hell of a goodbye. I've never liked Sum 41. I absolutely hate "Fat Lip", and "In Too Deep" isn't that great either. I did like "We're All to Blame" and "Pieces" from Chuck, but that's about it.

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This round, I'd like to talk about "Honeysuckle". 

"Honeysuckle" is awesome for a number of reasons the least of which not being the melodic vocal hook in its center or the way the first guitar riff fuckin' blasts back in at the end with a slower tempo for a banger outro. My favorite part of all this, though, is the unabashed jazziness, especially in the first section of the song. The manner in which the song ping-pongs between mellow jazz interludes and increasingly long burst of screaming from Greg, building up until an abrupt frantic guitar solo that segues into the song's main refrain is, in a nutshell, exactly the reason I find this band so hypnotic 

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