N1M Charts

N1M Charts
Week 25, 2017

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  • 1
    These Words Remind - Mark Alexander Carroll
    Alternative Rock
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    Riveting Song

    Felt like I was listening to a powerful mix of Alan Parsons, Genesis and Journey. I feel it needs mo... more Felt like I was listening to a powerful mix of Alan Parsons, Genesis and Journey. I feel it needs more variation, but it is good, perhaps even great; the song requires variation.
    However, if you couldn't imagine listening to and watching this in concert, then you've not got good ears. less

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    Maybe - Mark Alexander Carroll
    Adult Contemporary
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    You're The Disease - Mark Alexander Carroll
    Classic Rock
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    Quality Rock Song with a Bold Message

    Mark Alexander Carroll
    Song: You’re the Disease

    Very interesting theme! I think many listeners can... more
    Mark Alexander Carroll
    Song: You’re the Disease

    Very interesting theme! I think many listeners can relate to this…there are many situations out there that this song speaks to.
    Great vocals! Wonderful instrumentals!
    Your singing is excellent for this song… wonderful pitch & tonal projection and I can hear the mood/emotion in your voice. I really appreciate that you are using your voice correctly to project the rock voice (many rock singers belt or scream; very dangerous for vocal chords)
    Yet, I want to hear your vocals more; it’s good to keep the accompaniment “loud rock” but the listener needs to hear the lyrics clearly (your diction is fine …just more volume needed.) It is better to lower the volume of the accompaniment just a little and up your mic rather than push your voice…you don’t need to change your singing. Again, this is likely just a technical issue and easily solved through your mix and master program/recording studio. (No need to redo the recording) Note: For concerts make sure you do a thorough sound check for your vocals to blend exactly right with the accompaniment and use the mic to increase your volume. The backup vocals are a nice touch… this kind of repetition makes your chorus memorable. Absolutely breath taking electric guitar solos!
    Love it!
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    Hu$tlin - EMoney BlaccTop
    Rap
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    Sunday Morning Aftermath - Mark Alexander Carroll
    Classic Rock
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    I'm Not Like U! - Mark Alexander Carroll
    Classic Rock
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    SHE GOT UR BACK - SPACE ANGEL 7
    Funk / Rock
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    Hard Body Prod. By. ItsGoodBeats - ArqAngelzEntertainment LLC.
    Hip Hop / Rap
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    Kidd Kush Shooterz - Kidd Kush
    Rap
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    From The Heart - Meru Muad'Dib
    Hip Hop / Spoken Word
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