This is a true story:
Hour Lavy was singing in a bar and Sin Sisamouth happened to be there. Everyone during his time was try to copy Samouth, and the same is true with Hour. At the end of his performace, Samout was very impressed with Hour’s voice, and he walked up to Hour and told him that “that was good, but if you continue to use my style and sing my songs, I’ll just be more famouse. you gotta pick a style and make it your own”
That’s why you can tell that Hour’s style of music is so unique and hard to copy. It is also the same reason that I reallly like Preap for that his style and voice is very unique.
[i]Originally posted by Jiwon[/i]
[i]Originally posted by cheetahpaws[/i]
Without a doubt, it’s gotta be Sin Sisamuth for Khmer.
When it comes to hard psyched-out rock, Sin Sisamuth can’t even compare to Hour Lavy[/quote]