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Avicii — Hey Brother
Album: True
Avg rating:
4.4

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Total ratings: 476









Released: 2013
Length: 4:09
Plays (last 30 days): 0
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The most vanilla song I've ever heard.
First time I see the Sucko-barfo slot full of red.
Dont know why this song has a low rating.  Pretty cool tune.
Seemed like a nice kid. Sorry he's gone. This sucks very badly.
I don't think that brass section belongs.
 user4176 wrote:
You just don't get it. Bill was just checking if you are paying attention. He probably needs more accurate listener numbers.
 
I thought this was a lost Nick Drake track.
OW! MEIN EARS!! ZEY ARE BLEEDINK!
Wow.  Yuck. 
Good greif
You just don't get it. Bill was just checking if you are paying attention. He probably needs more accurate listener numbers.

OMG BillG!  You just like to stir the pot sometimes I think.  This has to be the lowest rated song I've heard played, and sorry...I have to add to the low rating (it's a 2 for me, +1 for the funny comments though.)

I don't know how often a Swedish guy gets mistaken for a C&W artist. 

Reading a 14 year olds comments about why this "new" music is cool and we're just too old...that's priceless!  I wonder what "old" people thought when Stevie Wonder came out with his masterpieces back in the day, all on his own, etc.  Ahh...but that's REAL music. 

YES would be nice to follow this...and completely different!


My first thought upon hearing it (and before seeing the artist/title, obviously) was, "Wow, these guys are totally ripping off Avicii's style!"
Vegas Pool Party? Is that a Tootsie Roll in the pool?
 SherryBerry wrote:
It's new music.  You people are too old to understand new music sounds.  Now go back to churning butter.
From 14 yr old son of long time RP listener  

 
I'm 45 and absolutely love it :-)
This is formulaic dross. I expect more and better from RP. That's why I support the station. This kind of techno-country is really a disappointment.
 SherryBerry wrote:
It's new music.  You people are too old to understand new music sounds.  Now go back to churning butter.
From 14 yr old son of long time RP listener  

 
Well, and what does "too old" mean?
I'm 37 and love this sound! {#Roflol}
still better than Florence + The Machine.
This is an audible holocaust.
Please, no more mainstream crap =(
again?!?! please remove this from radioparadise
{#Sick}
I think I'll just '10' all the Avicii songs and let the grinders do their thing. What the heck - I give it a 95 - I can dance to it. ;)
 blotto wrote:
I feel like lassooing hipsters

 
Is country the new cool?


Space-Cowboy Hipster



 SherryBerry wrote:
It's new music.  You people are too old to understand new music sounds.  Now go back to churning butter.
From 14 yr old son of long time RP listener  

 
I'll chalk this remark up to naiveté. There is very little that's "new" about this.
 SherryBerry wrote:
It's new music.  You people are too old to understand new music sounds.  Now go back to churning butter.
From 14 yr old son of long time RP listener  

 
But I do love this comment,,,,its awesome.
 FlatCat wrote:

Yes, it's physically painful. Cool song otherwise, but unlistenable because of that.

 
Couldn't agree more. It was so painful and annoying, it pulled me from my work to "Sucko-barfo" it and share this.{#Headache}
 bronorb wrote:
I can't stand that volume throb. Makes my head ache.
 
Yes, it's physically painful. Cool song otherwise, but unlistenable because of that.
Its not bad,,, but when paired with a commercial for E cigs where some dude is walking lonely out on a beach,,,,its a bad use and vision
The novelty has worn off. I've had enough. 


blotto wrote:
I feel like lassooing hipsters

 
Maybe we Need a "Like" Button for comments or maybe a Hipster Smilee being lassooed{#Whipit}



Europop-Crap.... utz utz utz utz.... {#Fire}
I am not listening to radio paradise to avoid mainstream music. This one is mainstream and i like it. Be free!
It's new music.  You people are too old to understand new music sounds.  Now go back to churning butter.
From 14 yr old son of long time RP listener  
I feel like lassooing hipsters
I know I am going out on a limb here, but... I kinda like it!
A slight satisfaction my 1 vote dropped this to 4.1. I seriously cannot believe this is still on a playlist. 
I can't even listen to the song, I hate the production so much. 
The KLF recorded "Justified & Ancient" with Tammy Wynette in 1991. That was pretty good, so Eurodance/Country's been done with some degree of success. This seems way below Dan Tyminski's level, though. I'm going to call bad casting on an idea that's dubious from the premise.
 
Great Song ruined by horrible production.
wow, all my least favorite trends wrapped up into one song!
I can't stand that volume throb. Makes my head ache.
Hate to admit it, but I'm getting a little tired of these guys. {#Neutral}
Bluechno? Technograss? What was that?
My, wasn't that odd?
Sorry Bill, but this is again another big fat NOPE for Radio Paradise... :-(
Simply love this song. Good choice (account owner's wife)
Pretty darn mainstream for your usual high standards Bill {#Yawn}
White-trash meets Euro-trash... Awful.
You're kidding, right?
BARF
When you think it can't get any worst, there it comes the dance music part. Oh boy, too awful!
 dziebell wrote:
Now if he'd just yell the lyrics like a rap tune this and flash gang signs, it would be completely eclectic.  Otherwise a "Decent" effort.

 
{#Clap}{#Bananajumprope}
No.. just no
{#Stupid}Maybe this is the USA's entry for the next Eurovision Song Contest.  Just the right amount of pop cheese, with techno country thrown in!
 sharvey wrote:
Was that really Dan Tyminski (sp)?  Anyone...anyone?

 
Yep.
Now if he'd just yell the lyrics like a rap tune this and flash gang signs, it would be completely eclectic.  Otherwise a "Decent" effort.
What amazes me is Bergling's choice of Dan Tyminski as his vocalist--and how effortlessly Tyminski delivers.
Thanks for the challenge Bill & Rebecca.
Just so you all know, the lead singer is from Allison Krauss and the Union Station.  I love hearing this and love hearing his singing.
 sergeant_x wrote:
Repulsive!
...
.. yet, oddly compelling.

 
Ditto.
Ugh, dancing cowboys.
Most yall have different ears from mine. This takes me from sentimental to waving my arms in the air and I don't mind the transition one bit.
This eclectic song is not a surprise on this eclectic station.  A rating of 4.2?!   C'mon, man...it's why we come here!
Pretty good on first hearing - I'll see if it has staying power.
The beginning has so much promise... And then it does... something...
Please stop this. I listen to RadioParadise to avoid disco
Well, excuse me, but I truly love this! :)
Not quite sure why the negative comments or low score. I'm special...I like this. It can be my friend anytime.
{#Stop} What is that?
Rarely rate 1 to a song. This is a rare song.
I'm not sure why, but this is getting a lot of playtime on French radio stations.
Interesting track from an interesting album. 
Was that really Dan Tyminski (sp)?  Anyone...anyone?
 olivertwist wrote:
I don't know what the heck to make of this. Kinda catchy, anyhow.

 
Just what I was thinking. I don't know what to think about this. Hmmm.
Bizarre, yet not unpleasant.
Cool to hear this on RP ! Thanks Bill! 10!!

I was really surprised to hear Dan Tyminski (lead singer of Union Station) singing along this less than mediocre song. I respect Dan Tyminski and his talents, yet this is not the way he should showcase his talents.



Pretty decent for a DJ dance rotation mix...
A HORRIBLE cross between country and techno?!

the world DEFINIETLY didn't need this! 
I don't see how this is different from an average Eurovision Song Contest entry :-(
I... ... huh...
Repulsive!
...
.. yet, oddly compelling.
I don't know what the heck to make of this. Kinda catchy, anyhow.
Reminds me of Kenny Rogers.
Is this what dubstep sounds like? I ask because it reminds me of What Does the Fox Say, which I'm pretty sure is making fun of dubstep.











And now I realize I sound like an old man. Hey you kids, get off my lawn!!!

Ohh gonna turn up this Pink Floyd, that's more like it :)
I enjoyed "Wake Me Up" but this is too much pop country for me.