Hello everyone! How has your week been so far?I hope all goes well and we can keep your Hedel Winning streak (but, as you’ll see later, good luck). Some clues and answers are at hand.
For newbies who just joined us, here’s how to play Hedel: You will hear the first second of a fairly famous song. Then you’ll try to guess the artist and title or skip your turn. If you skip or guess wrong, you’ll hear more songs. The game continues until the sixth and final guess, at which point you’ll hear a 16-second track.
These are the songs that have appeared Hedel Last week:
Maybe today’s Hedel Songs are one of your favorites. But for those who don’t know right away, here are some clues, followed by answers:
Hear the clues on September 22
- The song belongs to the grunge and alternative rock genres.
- It was released in 1992.
- It peaked at number 32 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 9 on the UK Singles Chart.
- It appears in a It’s ok.
- The song’s title appeared on a sign welcoming visitors to the singer’s hometown of Aberdeen, Washington.
Hear the answer on September 22
Spoiler alert! put it there until you’re ready to know the answer today Hedel.
With that in mind, today’s song is…
“Come As You Are” by Nirvana!
I was really pissed off at today’s game. Of course, I recognized the song right away. But when I select “Come As You Are” as the answer, Hedel Saying this is incorrect. Um? This is clearly “come like you”. It wasn’t until I skipped to the end that I discovered that the correct answer was apparently “Come As You Are – Remastered” – an option that didn’t appear in the answer list. So there is no way to get the right answer.
Crazy. I’m not the only one ticked:
Honestly, this is based on some of my frustrations Hedel Since Spotify took over it. Rather than making you guess songs you might already know, the game now feels less like introducing players to new music (which is usually a song that goes viral on social media). This approach runs counter to how tweaking the title of the game is supposed to work.
Anyway, I’m going to immerse myself again in one of Nirvana’s masterpieces to calm myself down. Listen to “Come As You Are” in full: