Advertisements Queen songs segment: Clark Brothers: Performed "These Are the Days Of Our Lives." Not a particularly familiar Queen song... I liked the addition of the drummer and guitarist. I think the vocals weren't as strong as they have been but this shows another side of this band that will definitely come in handy when (not if) they win this. Light of Doom: Performed "We Will Rock You." Horrible vocals, horrible arrangement. The whole thing just fell completely off the tracks when they segued from the drums to the unique arrangement of the song, which completely destroyed the song. Nothing at all redeemable about this performance. Sixwire: Performed "Fat Bottom Girls." Fun, yet a completely predictable arrangement and performance. Still, it was Sixwire's typical very tight and polished vocals and instrumentation. I particularly liked the guitar solo. DMHO: Performed "Sleeping on the Sidewalk." Another out of Queen's back catalog, definitely not one of their big songs. This week was one of the first weeks that I really REALLY got the "wedding singer" vibe to them, particularly Denver's vocals. I think they're definitely much more than that, but the endless weeks of all these cover songs have really detracted from this band. Original Songs segment: Clark Brothers: Performed "Homestead." I would've liked to have heard them go back to one of the songs just featuring the brothers, without the bass guitar and drum, so that in one episode we see both sides of this band. I don't think this was bad, the vocals were good, I just don't think this was as good as they have been and I don't think this allowed the vocals to shine as strongly. Light of Doom: Performed "A Matter Of Time." Miles better than the mess that their first performance was, but I'm still not a fan. Reminded me of some cheesy 80's like hair band... like something you'd hear written for a TV movie about a fake hair band. But the vocals were much, much better than the first, and were almost professional. Almost. Sixwire: Performed "Go On." Well written, well performed. Definitely a very radio-ready song, and the judges were right, it's one of those songs that could very easily be played on the radio right now, on both the country and the adult contemporary format stations. DMHO: Performed "Big White House." Better vocals from Denver. The thing I liked about them was that they really started out as a Big Band type of a group, and I don't get that anymore from them... they've somewhere along the way segued into something else altogether. The judges complained that they're a bit square, but I think it's that square-ness that was part of their kitch-y appeal, and they lost that I think.