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4.47 / 5.00

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this was made in 2006. a calming and somewhat sad electronic song. hope you like it :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I dont know how

but I think this would be good as music for an infiltration, like in Wink: The Game. (if you haven't won that game, you cannot call yourself a real ninja.)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nightmares... t-terrible, indeed...

Dark Seaside is one of those mysterious, strange and creepy songs. It's also one hard to come up with something to say about it... This song haunts me when I sleep. Visions of arriving at a gloomy beach. It's just... strangely soothing in a way.

"We arrive at a beach, but it wasn't any ordinary beach, ye see? O', I remember zee' ol' days, back then. We were running out of supplies, and me crew were beginning to starve, ye see? So we decided to dock. We found what looked like a port on the isle, and it looked like it had life flourishing on it. But when we got closer, all that was seen was a broken-down tower with a small dock. We entered the establishment a few minutes after we docks. The air felt colder than me wife, ya see? We entered the room, the one room inside that tower, because the tower appeared to have crumbled over time. We looked around, and could see only dust and ice. But then, my second mate found a chilling discovery: a corpse of what could have been a captain of another vessel. I was terrified; "What in Davy Jone's Locker could have happened here?" But before doing anything else, a shadowy figure emerged from the tops of what remained of the ceiling. My men and I just stared at it, all so gloomy, cold, translucent, horrid, dead... suddenly, me first mate fell on the cold, hard floor. And that was all of him... and then a piercing shriek of that of the sea nymphs terrorized me and me crew. And everything was dark... I woke up on a dinghy from what felt like only a few seconds. I looked up to see my cabin boy rowing the boat to an unknown direction. I opened my mouth to speak, but was hushed when he responded, "Pirates, sir. That port we were heading to two days ago was captured by viscous pirates. They shot cannonballs at us and it apparently hit you somewhere around your legs. We fought back hard, but it didn't really make a difference. We were overwhelmed, and I took you, for some reason I thought you were still alive, and thankfully I was right, with me to the dinghy. I managed to escape with you, sir. But, however, I watched as our crew was boarded by pirates. I turned around and never looked back..." I was shocked. But before I could think of any crew mates, I suddenly spot land. "There she is!!! Land!" I shout to my cabin boy. We begin creating haste, but to only find it abandoned, overwhelmed by a foggy mist, with a faint view of a razed tower and a small dock..." <--- First nightmare. :|

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


This especially goes great for a series ending like it did in Riddle school 5, SO EPIC!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I agree with Neo8N9

But the type of thinking music is nothing like that in a gameshow.
No, it would have to be from a mystery movie.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is so cool!

I love it! First heard it in Riddle School 5, and now every time I listen to this song I think of outer space and the alien ship. I especially love the piano parts in it, and it has a nice beat to it. Good job!

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