Scars On Broadway - Cute Machines (Song)  » Music  »
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  • The reason I say this is because the track is pretty repetitive and there just isn’t that much on here which is all that interesting
  • However, on a more positive note, the music to this track builds up pretty nicely and has a nice intensity to it so if Malakian had gone with a different approach to the lyrics and vocal performance of this track then I think the song would’ve been far more enjoyable
  • Listening as an instrumental, the song really isn’t all that bad at all, the middle bit where everything goes extremely chaotic is probably the best example on the entire album of how Malakian envisions chaos sounding and what a very hectic tone should be like


    • by Grimmy101
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      Cute Machines is a track by Scars On Broadway which shows up on the band’s self-titled debut record. I’ll be honest and say that even from my first listen to the record, Cute Machines was always my least favorite track as I just don’t think it’s very well developed.

      The reason I say this is because the track is pretty repetitive and there just isn’t that much on here which is all


      that interesting.

      Malakian starts the song off in a normal fashion and then leads to a section which demonstrates his vocal range but then the song really just sort of starts going downhill because Malakian starts repeating parts or goes into parts which just don’t have any true substance to them.

      However, on a more positive note, the music to this track builds up pretty nicely and has a nice intensity to ...


      • it so if Malakian had gone with a different approach to the lyrics and vocal performance of this track then I think the song would’ve been far more enjoyable.

        Listening as an instrumental, the song really isn’t all that bad at all, the middle bit where everything goes extremely chaotic is probably the best example on the entire album of how Malakian envisions chaos sounding and what a very hectic tone should

        be like.

        However, as I was getting into this middle bit where the music is just completely chaotic and almost industrial, Malakian comes back in with the mediocre vocals which he’s repeated over and over yet again and this sort of ruins the track for me.

        Overall, a very repetitive track in regards to the vocal performance, but musically the song is pretty interesting and I can at least praise this part of it.




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