Analog Love

Powerstars's picture

Analog Love

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Whew! This is a long time coming. I even missed my self-imposed deadline. Here's my auntie sin song. The song I was working off of (*24535 by @izaak) was great, and I loved it's hook of "Digital Hate." I figured, what's the exact opposite of digital hate? Analog love! So I went as far as possible turning this into an overblown pop rock tune with references to The White Stripes and Everclear and that good stuff. Overdubbed more stuff than usual, like the dual solos and lead guitars.

Lyrics: 

Verse 1:
Like a faded t-shirt
Or a vinyl record
Completely trustworthy
You never let me down

When I hear you sing
It's like a White Stripes wet dream
Been searching far and wide
For someone with your sound

Chorus:
You're the original
I'm dreaming of
Please don't go digital
You're my analog love

Verse 2:
Climb into my creation
A world of noise
Trust me completely
And I'll write you your own song

8 track is rolling
And the drummer counts in
You can be number one
So please just go along

Chorus:
You're the original
I'm dreaming of
Please don't go digital
You're my analog love

And don't fade over time
Like so many before
Stay high fidelity
And last for many more

*solo*

Chorus:
You're the original
I'm dreaming of
Please don't go digital
You're my analog love

And don't fade over time
Like so many before
Stay high fidelity
And last for many more



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Comments

izaak's picture

Oh this turned out great! I must admit that I thought 'analog love' might be the anti- to digital hate... so glad you took it that way. I love the live garage sound in your drums and guitar layers and vocal delivery... it all brings me back to the 1990's. Sweet sounds, and an excellent continuation of the Aunti-Sin chain. Nicely done!!

iveg's picture

The anti might actually be pre-analog love Smile Great distorted guitars. I was into this from the beginning.

colgoo's picture

Wow! Fantastic, and there's enough difference to make some interesting choices for the synthesis. Love how you kept the layers of sound, but worked them in very different ways.