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Song Parodies -> Recordings -> Jeff Reuben, 'Santa Stole Our Toys!' Comments

Dec 24
a parody of "C*m On Feel The Noize" by Quiet Riot / Slade
Jeff Reuben on guitar and vocals! Merry Christmas everyone! (mp3)
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Below Average Dave ( - December 25, 2007 - Report this comment
As I said over at Mikey's comments thread, which no exists, I don't know how you two managed to obtain the same performance number except they both must of been submitted at the exact same time, I mean not a split second apart, that's the only way statistically that's even possible. It's fixed now, I had to delete both and resubmit your information, Merry Christmas Jeff. . .
The Skuz - December 25, 2007 - Report this comment
I didn't play it, but I read it... and I've saved the link, because that was too funny.
Red Ant - April 28, 2008 - Report this comment
Idea: 9 - - Original, fairly unique song choice.
Lyrics: 9 - - Funny, well-rhymed, and some great subs. Excellent job varying the numerous choruses. The lyrics were made funnier by the singing.
Singing: 5 - - know screaming this song like Dee Snyder would shred your vocal chords in about 30 seconds, so no points off for not going that route. It almost sounds like you're singing through a distortion pedal made for guitar, and the 'vibrato' effect in your voice was kinda odd: sorta like you were gargling while you were singing. I'm stuck between thinking whether the vocals are borderline annoying or skewed genius. The ranking your song got to at Soundclick indicates the latter.
Backing Track: 6 - - Doesn't sound too close to the Quiet Riot verson of the song I know.
Video: n/a
Sound Effects: n/a
Editing/Production: 8 - - Good mixing, no static, pops, track overrun, etc.
Overall: 8 - - Despite my somewhat harsh criticism of the singing here, I still laughed with your song, and, with a comedy recording, that's what matters.
Below Average Dave - April 29, 2008 - Report this comment
I hope you don't hold this against me or change your opinion Jeff, but I have to be honest here in saying I did not enjoy this piece. I love your lyrics, as always, but I could not bare this one, the evil voice thing was too much for me. . .but at the same time the OS is about equally terrorizing of my senses, so it's really nothing personal. Using these types of backing tracks is perfectly ok, I don't know the OS well enough to say it was bad, but I'd love to do another collab again with you in the future--just not on a scream song (as I call them)
Mikey Squirrel - April 30, 2008 - Report this comment
POTQ- Another Christmas classic! Very funny lyrics, paced perfectly. The singing was really brash and not much like the Quiet Riot. Overall, very good work, Jeff.
Matthias - April 30, 2008 - Report this comment
I also agree that the vocals were kinda of annoying and not Quiet Riot-like. The lyrics were good, but I really, really, really didn't like the evil Santa voice (That must have killed your voice to do that for an entire song, so props to that, but I didn't like it so minus props for that).
Phil Alexander - April 30, 2008 - Report this comment
Holy cow, Jeff - could you talk after recording this? Didn't like the voice at first (the way it came in was a bit of a shock), but it grew on me... some great lyrics

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