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I'm guessing she's not talking about a Subway - Hater
Is this about a Subway sandwich? - AlphaQV 1 Comment
This is undoubtedly the greatest song of 2016. It packs diverse guitars on the verses, brilliant drumwork, lyrics that are beautifully dark, and its beat drops so hard on the hook that it could end a world war. An eight out of five, please?
Pretty good song, the video is weird but fascinating - slimshady901
Hmmm...Not as good as Starboy but awesome.
If y'all askin me when I started having The Weeknd as my favorite it was after In The Night. Then i started liking him by FAR after Starboy
Now False Alarm. No doubt that The Weeknd aka Abel is truly the best!
I didn't like this song at first probably cause of the music video. After I heard it a 2nd time I found it to be really good so yea
False Alarm: 5.5/5
Maybe 2016 isn't such a bad year for music after all - AlphaQ
Kickass song, among the greatest KSE produces
This is what we need more of in pop music. Yeah it's a breakup song but it's a different kind of breakup song. Jon Bellion sells it really well with his production and delivery. I wish I had more to say about this absolutely great song that, believe it or not, Bellion started 2 years ago
This sounds like some credit song to some Disney or Dreamworks movie... - Moorefamval
I Ike this catchy song and it's really pleasant. 5/5 - AlphaQ
I gave Jon Bellion's debut album a shot, and it was polarizing, but good. But while this isn't the best song on the album (you can release Hand Of God anytime now Jon), it's still absolutely great. I don't consider Bellion that great of a singer, but his overwhelming charisma makes up for it, as does everything else. The lyrics are a breakup, but it goes further, showing him degrading, or at an "all time low", going to masturbation as a solution. And while I could point to the weirdly infectious repetition of "low" on the chorus or the chunky blocks of percussion as the finishing touch, the reason I love this so much is the bridge.
Man, that sigh midway through is actually a really human and heartbreaking moment, and piling on all the gospel vocals Bellion could find is just the cherry on top. 6/5 - WonkeyDude98
MO's underrated especially considering no one knows here for two of EDM's biggest songs. THis is awesome as always - ProPanda
I am not England
I am SO looking forward to his album release! - PositronWildhawk
I love Deadmau5 and Stairway to Heaven (yeah, I said it) with a burning passion.
This song shrunk on me a bit after I found out that it was a ripoff of Kalin and Myles' Trampoline, but I still enjoy this for what it is, much more so than GDFR. The low-key piano melody is instantly memorable, the chugging percussion gives it a lot of energy, and the fuzzy guitar snarl on the post-chorus sounds amazing. The chorus is one of the greatest choruses of all time, honestly. Is it good? Not really. Do I enjoy it? Oh yeah. 3.5/5 - WonkeyDude98
An upbeat fun time in a tsunami of awful, boring, depressing, and mind-numbingly slow pop music.
Why is this so low? It's really good for Flo Rida! I don't hate him, he's just not very good.
This song is the perfect party song! - MoorefamvalV 1 Comment
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