The Kansas City Chiefs Losing To The Patriots Blues (Madam Breathehard)

The Kansas City Chiefs Losing To The Patriots Blues (Madam Breathehard)

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Another song for my Noise Rock - Experimental project.

Bass - Key of G with no root notes
Guitars - B minor Pentatonic
Piano - Umm. the following chords: Bminor, A# and G
Vocal - B minor Pentatonic (with an F natural blue note)
Drums - Boss Drums for the ease of use and the 80's cardboard sound that I so lov... erm, hate.

I used distortion of some sort on all of the tracks except the drums. Might add that later.

Lyrics: 

I've got my eye on you
I've got my eye on you
Though I know we should call it quits and be through
I've got my eye on you
'Cause no-one can mistreat me
No-one can mistreat me the way you do

I bet my whole paycheck on you
I bet my whole paycheck on you
I should have known I'd be broke before you were through
I bet my whole paycheck on you
Well, there's no-one who can mistreat me
No-one can mistreat me the way you do

Well, there's no-one who can mistreat me
No-one can mistreat me the way you do



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Comments

coolparadiso's picture

that is very interesting - has a zeppelin feel - yet beatles tones (warm gun) as well. This is really good

AndyGetch's picture

Wow there is a lot going on here. I like the idea and the feel and how layers fade or drop in and out. Interesting contrast from lyric to title and looking forward to further exploration!

cindyrella's picture

I had to listen to this as I wanted to scream after that game! Yeah, a bit zeppelin, and just an original sound too!

MarkG's picture

Thanks for the notes on all the keys the different parts played in. A lot of tension and the sense that things are falling apart--an aural reflection of the football game (from KC point of view.) very cool contribution.

kahlo2013's picture

This surprised me in a wonderful way. Really creative and clever in its concept. I love the the intensity and the nuanced attention to detail.

standup's picture

Hah, great groove. The sound is perfect for this Character. It’s a little atonal but really works.

I think that A# might be a real winner. Huge sound overall, and sounds like this was fun. Love that last big chord

jcollins's picture

Looking at the lyrics...first verse tells of something going on with her/him...excuse me, I don't know anything yet. I bet my whole paycheck on you...no-one can mistreat me like you do. Pretty good. I'm ready for the audio now...hold. Guitar and drums intro...vocals now...sounds blues. Strong vocals. Can hear that bass in there too. Side guitars now (I have the headset on)...sounds good. Love that driving bass. Vocals again now...I bet my whole paycheck on you. Lots of guitar hooks...following the bass line or vise Versa. Center guitar lead now. Good mix. Vocals back...the way you do...ending...nice live feel...holding that guitar chord and out. Very cool TC and I'm glad I saved you for last. I'll be back later and see you then.

katpiercemusic's picture

Chose to listen to this one for the title. I don't follow baseball at all and even I, a NYer, read the title and feel the injustice. I think the dissonance is a great touch considering the topic.

Chip Withrow's picture

I dig how you have a traditional blue-rock vibe going and extrapolate it into weirdness. The playing and singing are top notch and inventive, and if you're actually singing to a team that has let you down, well ... I've been there, too.