Zico’s “I Am You, You Are Me” & “It Was Love” reminds me to recruit a new writer


Zico released his ballad tracks today in “I Am You, You Are Me” and “It Was Love” (which was basically a Luna solo).

Zico’s track was pleasant, but wasn’t something I’m ever going to listen to again. And I made it about 30 seconds into Luna’s track before I felt like maybe I got dosed with sleeping pills.

This seriously got me thinking about getting a new writer on board so I don’t have to do even shittier-than-normal reviews like these all the time. You know, a writer that actually likes these types of tracks and isn’t a lazy scum like the ones I already have.


But seriously, I’m half-serious actually serious about this. If there’s any readers who would like the chance to write however they like, who enjoy ballad-type tracks, and aren’t horrible fucking writers, please send an e-mail using the form on the sidebar.

Cause yeah, sometimes it’s amusing to rip a particularly terrible quasi-ballad/ballad song, or sometimes I’ll surprisingly get into one, but most of the time it’s just a repetitive feeling of ‘eh’ from me and I don’t think it’s entertaining for me or you.


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