Not bad at all, VR. A bit Ramones with some Clash thrown in. And I actually like the raggedness of the video concept. It's raw and honest.
My only suggestion, and I know you mentioned the brief mixing time, would be to bring the drums down and rhythm guitar up. If possible, I'd also add a second guitar track, as the sound drops a bit when the guitar launches into the riff.
Again, good job. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Borgo, I appreciate the input. Unfortunately, we don't jam anymore but we had a few fun years playing around Toledo and Detroit.
Borgo...this song just gave me a flashback...1982...cruising in my '73 Challanger to the Mad Hatter in Stonybrook cranked to 11 .
God I feel old...
Glad it sparked a fond memory. You feel old? I remember listening to the first Sabbath album when I was in seventh grade. Where's the cyanide? Nice wheels, BTW.
That song never fails to bring chills. Iommi's guitar phrasing is impeccable, as is the late Ronnie's James' phenomenal vocal turn. But, one day, just stick on some head phones and listen to Geezer's bass. That guy goes down as the biggest bada$$ bass player with almost none of the accolades. Just massive playing.
Listening to this Yes classic at the moment. It is such a Saturday night tune to enjoy with your wife or girlfriend. Have a great night everybody. Tomorrow begins our march to the Super Bowl.