Pentatonix covering Bo Rhap

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Pentatonix covering Bo Rhap

Postby sebastian » Fri Apr 07, 2017 6:02 pm

I admit I like their version. Kevin's falsetto's really good, and of course so it Mitch's.
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Re: Pentatonix covering Bo Rhap

Postby Capt. Den Ronson » Sat Apr 08, 2017 7:54 pm

sebastian wrote:I admit I like their version. Kevin's falsetto's really good, and of course so it Mitch's.


Seb, I love you but it's bloody awful and you know it. There is no natural warmth to the vocals. They sound synthetic and slightly sped-up, invoking an almost Pinky & Perky type thang. The singers have those generic, sterile, Disney-type vocals that most boy / girl bands are forced to sing like on most current pop records. As for the smiling faces on those first couple of [serious] verses, it reminds me of Marti Pellow's rendition of the sombre 'Yesterday' - Beatles-cover, where he stood on Top Of The Pops grinning ear to ear.
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