I enjoyed the song, although I didn't catch most of the lyrics. I looked them up afterwards; me gusta.
7.5/10? I don't usually listen to this kind of music, so I don't have much frame of reference, but it was cool.
I couldn't finish it. It scared me. My threshold is very low. Perhaps it wasn't meant to be scary, but yeah The Human Centipede traumatized me...
6.4/10 though, it sounds "very clean". (Based on what I heard.)
I found this by chance about 2 years ago. Haven't listened to it in ages.
Not bad. Although to me, it lacks a certain element of emotional range and mystery. It's a song I would listen to if I had to cut my own arm off 127-Hours style. I would need that "everything is alright" feel at that point, ya know. 6/10
6.5/10. Really like the offbeat percussion -- MCR's drummer is (oops -- was) the strongest piece of their band. Found the vocals a bit extreme and hard to understand, and their bass and guitar a bit weak, but overall not bad at all.
I'm going to listen to the Amanda Palmer you posted next. I love Neil Gaiman and think I ought to give his wife a chance as well.
This piece is all about the bassline, which is the main thing I care about in modern music (I play electric bass). If you don't care deeply about the rhythm section (bass + percussion) you'll probably find it a bit boring. If that is the case, change thyself.