Top Ten Best Wolfmother Songskoolkat
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Blues rock/ hard rock song. Great guitar solo and a repetitive guitar riff that adds to the 70's feel to the song.
Beautifully written (apart from the third line) and underrated song that deserves more attention. Birds tweeting quietly are the first sound you hear before the perfect combination of guitar and organ lead the background instrumentals for the majority of the song. However, this is not repetitive. A good usage of guitar and rhythm guitar (only if you listen carefully). Stockdale passionately sings the remainder of the 'Caroline' opening lyrics before a synchronized vocal and guitar part help end the song along a calm and electric end.
I don't know why this isn't higher, but I guess it didn't get as much attention as the others, anyway it should be in the top 5 at least.V1 Comment
A good riff that is played a few times with a flute at the end. Interesting song.V1 Comment
Great song, great intro, great everything actually. Hope some bands will learn something about making songs from Wolfmother
This should be AT LEAST in the top 5!
I think this song is the favorite of Andrew Stockdale - he played it on a stream in his birthday. But it begins calm and nice, then comes the guitar, chorus, organ, solo... man
Fantastic lyrics assist a nice gentle start to the song. High pitched riffs and guitar parts state the importance of the instrument. Meanwhile, a welcoming drum fill enters a minute in at the right time during the start of the new verses. A good build-up to the chorus and thankfully the lyrics still do not disappoint. Perhaps the second part and the solo of the song are a little too heavy but it does not take away the positive and buoyant feel. Judging by the lyrics, I personally think that the song was written about Stockdale's daughter who was born shortly before the second album. It reminds some of Led Zeppelin, who also had calmer and meaningful songs with the style and theme of Hard Rock.
Shares similarities with 'Violence of the Sun'. Not particularly heavy at the start but exploits that with a heavy guitar riff about a minute in. However, it's still very different from VOTS. About 2:40 is when it breaks down fantastically into a slower mesmorising end with keyboards parts that separate each guitar chord note and tender vocals that passionately voice 'And I've been looking for so long, and now my eyes are open'. Following this is a heavy guitar riff and then a different guitar part, both of which are previously played in the song. A final verse finishes the underrated song.
This song will bring you back to Black Sabbath. Defiantly the best song of 'New Crown' which was a fairly mediocre record. A catchy raw main riff and decent solo is what makes this song so great.
A nice riff that repeat many times in the song, a bass line, a good organ solo at the mid of the song and a GUITAR SOLO. Best song from New Crown
Keyboards are used a lot in this track. Light at the start and a heavy guitar riff to exploit that about a minute in. But half-way through the song is where it really kicks off. Strong and powerful vocals and lyrics, heavy guitar chords and the same keyboard part start the mesmerizing end to the song. Heavy, but filled with serious emotions. The very VERY best way to end a fabulous album- Cosmic Egg.
Best way to end an album - this song is a bit heavy (like the other deluxe songs from Cosmic Egg), with a nice keyboard playing with drums at the beginning. A emotional lyric sing by a powerful vocal at the first 3 minutes. And the other 3 minutes are a guitar playing a riff.
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