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Warriors619
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06/28/12 06:32 PM
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Each song now has its own dedicated thread, as we've now heard a bit of each one, and will soon have the entire album. Hopefully this will keep the discussions a bit easier to find.

This thread is for Higher.



Edited by Warriors619 on 6/28/2012 10:41:36 PM
Warriors619
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06/28/12 06:43 PM
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One of the three really "melodic" songs on the album. This has potential written all over it. The chorus is very radio-friendly, a bit reminiscent of Alive in subject matter and style, and the verses are pretty sweet too.

Overall, it's my favorite out of the songs I hadn't heard any of.
Edited by Warriors619 on 6/28/2012 10:44:05 PM
payableondeath1
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06/29/12 01:03 PM
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Such a good song!  I love everything about it.  The verses are my favorite though and the chorus is great too.  Looks like it will probably be a single:
Old-School-Warrior
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06/29/12 11:07 PM
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This one sounds a little poppy to me.... a little bit too much like all the other crap that is released today... singing in autotune and all... record label song for sure... hopefully I'm wrong
payableondeath1
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06/30/12 04:24 AM
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It's poppy but that's the great thing about it.  I actually think "Higher," "I Am," and "Beautiful" are going to be my favorite on the record.  "Higher" does have a poppy Alive type chorus but the verses are my favorite on the record along with the verses in "Beautiful" and "I Am."  This song just has such a feel good vibe it just makes me smile.  

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