Reviews for "Everyday Choices (Treatment)"

Everyday Choices (Treatment)
by fourstones
Recommends (10)
Sun, Nov 27, 2005 @ 6:54 PM

Uses samples from:

Colin Mutchler
permalink   Mon, Nov 28, 2005 @ 9:42 AM
Quote: a less burned-out Lou Reed who met a really good mixter and found a different groove.

Vince, excellent… wow. Loving that. Yeah, I agree that I think we’re on the same wavelength.

I don’t have much time now that I’m getting my MBA, but I’d love to make a mixter site that makes ads for socially conscious products and ideas. I think we could make some great 30 seconds pieces fairly easily.

Rock on.
permalink   fourstones Mon, Nov 28, 2005 @ 12:29 PM
Thanks guys — especially Colin for uploading these amazing vocal tracks. Let me say this publicly: anytime, anywhere.

I’ll post the guitar part later today.

(fwiw I get called Vincent once a day, including at GC when the salesman entered my name into their computers as Vincent Stone. My whole life I was pissed at my parents for NOT naming that. ;))
permalink   Tue, Nov 29, 2005 @ 8:59 AM
I’m a noob here, and just checking things out. This is one of the top mixes so far, imho. I like the subtlety of the atmosphere very much, it reminds me of some of my favourite “night time” tracks (urm, Depeche Mode and Sneaker Pimps for instance).

I agree with the Lou Reed thing also, Colin’s vocals certainly are great at creating a starting point and interesting enough to hold the listeners attention.

Thanks for sharing :)
permalink   teru Tue, Nov 29, 2005 @ 4:09 PM
Thanks for the samples. I’ll be back. : )
permalink   Sun, Nov 27, 2005 @ 1:30 PM
Awesome. Those guitar parts rock! I WANT THOSE SAMPLES. And the low end sounds amazingly sharp.

I really like your Colin mixes. You guys are definitely on the same wave length. : )
permalink   Sun, Nov 27, 2005 @ 2:10 PM
The intro is beautiful. The pacing fits wonderfully.
That’s a solid guitar line. The words and music have a Lou Reed feel, but a less burned-out Lou Reed who met a really good mixter and found a different groove.

It’s a trite, but true, expression—this track “rocks”. Very well done.