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Duct Taped to a 40 by Dead Bundy

 



Dead Bundy have returned with a new track! Although it's only been about 6 weeks since we saw them release When I'm High, it feels like forever! But, they're back with a new track called Duct Taped to a 40! 

This song doesn't sound dissimilar to the previous release, and it still packs that same sort of punch and is just as engaging as the previous track. We have an incredibly catchy chorus with decent verses. A great beat, with classic Dead Bundy lyrics. This song radiates blink-182 vibes. It's a great song that does exactly what you want it to do. 

It's a decent song, I really like this track, I think When I'm High still has that extra bit of an edge, and I still prefer that track, but that's not to say I don't absolutely love this track, and there are some lines in this track that really hit the spot for me. I really enjoy this track, I love the bridge to this track as well! I love how upbeat the song sounds, and that it's just a generally catchy track. The song definitely hits the spot and does what you expect it to do. It's a great track, and I think it's definitely what you'd expect as the follow-up track to When I'm High. It's decent, I like it. It does something for me. It's a song that I know I'll have stuck in my head for like a week because it's that catchy. It's just a great track. 

It very much sounds like the sibling of When I'm High, and it's still that good. It's on that level, and there are so many great elements on this track, like the drums really stand out to me on this track, and I think they're incredible. Of course, every element of the track is incredible, but the drums really stand out on this track, and the vibe of this track is just incredible! Would highly recommend checking out this track. It's good, it beat my expectations because with When I'm High being THAT incredible, I was wondering if they could even get a song anywhere near as good as that, but they did. This is an incredible track. It's phenomenal. I love it. It does everything I want it to do, and the more you listen to it, the catchier it gets, the more you want to listen to it on repeat. It's just incredible, and I cannot recommend checking it out enough! 

Overall, I'd give Duct Taped to a 40 a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! It's a great track, and I love it! I think it's incredible, and I would highly recommend going and checking it out because it's exceptional. 

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