Andrew Jackson Jihad - Brave As A Noun (Song)  » Music  »
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  • The band goes through the song quickly and keeps the structure very simple but Andrew Jackson Jihad definitely maintains their characteristic sound with their singer sounding as if he’s constantly running out of breath and really putting a lot into his vocal performance
  • One thing I’ve always enjoyed about this band is that the vocal performances have always been great and this track is definitely no exception
  • I should also mention that People That Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In the World is my favorite album by Andrew Jackson Jihad and surprisingly, this track does a pretty good job of giving a representation of the sound of the record as a whole which is interesting considering that the track is so short
  • This merely proves that this one little track managed to say quite a bit in my opinion
  • Though not all artists deliberately write records to definitely be listened to as wholes, I believe that this particular record was certainly written with this intention in mind due to the way that tracks segue in and out so fluidly and without skipping a beat in between


    • by grimmy101
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      Brave As A Noun is a song by Andrew Jackson Jihad which appears on their record People That Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In The World. The band goes through the song quickly and keeps the structure very simple but Andrew Jackson Jihad definitely maintains their characteristic sound with their singer sounding as if he’s constantly running out of breath and really putting a lot into his vocal performance.

      One thing I’ve always enjoyed about this band is


      that the vocal performances have always been great and this track is definitely no exception.

      I should also mention that People That Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In the World is my favorite album by Andrew Jackson Jihad and surprisingly, this track does a pretty good job of giving a representation of the sound of the record as a whole which is interesting considering that the track is so short.

      This merely proves that this one little track ...


      • managed to say quite a bit in my opinion.

        Though the song is incredibly short and passes by very quickly, this only makes it clear that a listener should really be listening to this record as a whole rather than fragmented.

        Though not all artists deliberately write records to definitely be listened to as wholes, I believe that this particular record was certainly written with this intention in mind due to the way that tracks segue in and out so

        fluidly and without skipping a beat in between.

        Therefore, to really get the full appreciation of this track you should probably also be listening to it with the track which precedes it, Rejoice, and the song to follow it, Survival Song.

        Nevertheless, if you choose not to go in this fashion I still believe one can enjoy this track for the wonderful energy and vocal performance, but it may seem more like a fragmented piece rather than a whole song.




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