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He's been doing that since BS (admittedly not on every song, but still).

I didn't know that, the only old song I thought had double tracking on is Pause it and turn it up. But I dunno, there's some weird vocal effect on the newer stuff and I'm not a fan

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I didn't know that, the only old song I thought had double tracking on is Pause it and turn it up. But I dunno, there's some weird vocal effect on the newer stuff and I'm not a fan

 

Yeah I'm not crazy about his vocal filter on Opposites, but a lot of big bands use them on their OTT records (like Green Day did on AI and 21stCB). Lets just hope they don't make the GD mistake of using them on a more stripped down record :P


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Most every band does double tracking to give the vocals a fuller sound. Very rarely does a band just do one vocal track. It sounds too thin with just one. 


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Are there lyrics in the booklet of "Similarities"?




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