*** Lou Reed dazu: "Ich versuche die Musik die mir am meisten liegt, und die, die auf Metal Machine Music aufgenommen wurde, den Leuten nahezubringen." also Lark, würde er wohl nicht lachen..ansonsten siehe Part I
* Well the start doesn't remind me of Pokemon at all. That's really lame Lou, how am I supposed to pad out this review???! I'm finding the right channel far more melodic than the left channel at times. The former is often spouting out jittery garbage, which compliments the buzzing annoyance of the latter. That is until about the 5:40 mark where he lets the left channel join in on the fun, and it starts sounding like Pokemon again :D Like seriously, he's really off to a hurry on his bicycle I assume. But seriously, it's like he purposely desyncronised the two channels to make it sound even worse than it is. And then it's sooooo repetitive. I mean, yeah, two beeps on the left channel then two on the right. I'm actually deciding that it's the chorus. I like that as soon as you get into a groove of what to expect, it changes up to throw you off again. I mean I hate it, but it's funny. Also 12:45, you bastard. I do think this is better than part 1 though; it's shorter!!!
* This whole screeching business was already getting tiring a few minutes in to Part I. What's this I hear four-and-a-half minutes in? Some sort of life? I barely made out some sort of guitar riff or whatever but then it went away. Sadface. And yes, for the purpose of making my review easier to read, I said "Sadface" without actually doing a sadface. You know what the worst apart about using auxiliary cables? It's that sometimes they wear out a bit and then they make screeching noises! There, that's pretty much all I can relate this to besides a guitar amp distorting and doing weird things. For some reason, the screeching in the twelfth minute started sounding ok and then it got worse than before. How does that make sense? I guess it was something out of the usual noise and then I realised it was more annoying. But yeah this is so bad.