You mean the singer wasn't in pain? What's the education level of the singer?
Ya da blow hit's hard what they gon do I think hit's the best in my system "stop f**king with me" hit's really good too! but for sum reason my sub's sound's like crap on the high base and hit really good on the deep stuff? Any body know why?
people consider the contents of that cd to be "music"???
i have heard a little of it because, and only because, a kid popped it in my cd player under the disguise of a "bass test cd". what is happening to the impressionable youth of america. and this is coming from someone who hopes they stay eighteen forever.
whaaaaattttttttt......okayyyyyyy......if ya want one that thumps play ...nas...shootem up
I used Sarah Mclachlan's Afterglow CD, first track, as a test track. That song has some terrific bass on it, and it's not repetitious and mind numbing. It hits hard, and relatively unexpectedly right off the first stanza. The vocals are amazing too, but then most of her's are. She just has a great voice. Very sultry. If anyone really wants to play with the track, it's called "Fallen." If you look for the mp3, try to get as high a bitrate as you can, so you get the best encoding and least compression if possible. That'll help from compressing the dynamics of the track.
Let me know what ya think of it. Be honest. I like it not just for the bass really, but for imaging and soundstage as well. the vocals are nicely isolated from the instruments so it's good for overall clarity. If ya don't like it then hey, nothing lost.
i think the cd is really good casue it has some real good bass and good songs on it and where i come from if you dont listen to lil jon then your a loser so i like it but hey everyones got there own taste in music like me i like lil jon and lynard skynard