"1996" has E♭3? ____________________________________ Hey, there is a B♭5 in "Hunger Strike" at 3:03 right before A♭5 youtu.be/l2T6QdLMgN4 ____________________________________ The last note in "Mayhem" tops at E♭5 ____________________________________ youtu.be/fkR6BSk1xCU 17:10 F♯5 in "Crazy On You" ____________________________________ There's E♭5 in "It's Not You" over that G♯5 in the background. ____________________________________ There is also a prominent E♭5 in "Sweet Love" (2:34) ____________________________________ Hey, are you sure that that F5 in "Scream" doesn't go higher? I'm not entirely sure, but I think it does. ____________________________________ Aren't there some rough E5s in "I get Off" close to the end? ____________________________________ Hold on, you included that F♯5 in "Straight Through the Heart", which is the shortest a note can be, yet that D6 in "Jump the Gun" is still in the spoilers? (Unless I'm not hearing another F♯ there that's longer than that brief jump, either remove this one or add D6) ____________________________________ Uncomfortable link needs to be changed. ____________________________________ "Black Vultures" just came out. There's a great, harsh E5 (might peak at F5) at the beginning of the song, some C5s/D5s and I hear A3s/G3s. There are probably lower notes but I can't quite pitch them.
1: Well, no. Actually, I'm not sure. This particular note has been giving me hell for a while. I seem to be getting C3 now, but I got E♭3 2 weeks ago 2: Nah, just another G♯5. The way it's phrased can be tricky. 3: Yeah but that D5s and F5s are more prominent. 4: That's an F5. 5: I've decided not to include that one over the E5s later in the song and the G♯5 over it. 6: There's more prominent E5s in that song. 7: I'm pretty sure, but it's pretty distorted so I don't blame you. 8: Yeah, but I've chosen to count the F♯5s. 9: This One? 10: Thanks 11: Yep, also a layered G5 at the end!
The first link takes me to the unavailable music video.
Yup, I'm referring to that F♯5. It's pretty short, yet counted. D6 in "Jump The Gun" is longer than this one.
Wait, I thought that the note at the end of "Black Vultures" is D5. The whole verse after the first chorus is turned around there as well, which makes me really uncomfortable lol. Lead vocals are of the lower pitch than of those in the background which is trippy. Also, what is going on with her voice in this song? Sounds like a totally different person. Compared to "Uncomfortable", as if two different women are singing those two songs.