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5 min 5 sec
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Opens with HH, then reaches into techno and trance. Solo haters beware...



Rated 5 / 5 stars

.......EMRYN omg wow :D

THe guy under me made the best review ever made on NG!

gratz man!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

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This song has officially become my all-time favorite.
If there is anything wrong with this song, it's that it doesn't last one hour and eighteen minutes so that I can justify myself putting this song on a CD all by itself without making this song my ex all-time favorite because I've listened to it too much. That, and the fact that for some twisted reason it isn't at the top of the Newgrounds' Best Tracks Ever list. Honestly, it should be. I listened to the other songs, and this one is much, much better.
Henceforth, I will attempt to make good evaluations of the different parts in such a way that might be considered helpful.
0:00-0:27/intro: 'Part 1' has a nice, isolated sound good for intro (the lack of base works well). Nice transition from 'Part 1' and 'Part 2'; pause wasn't long enough to be interrupt the flow, and the different rhythms make a nice progression towards the end of the intro. In 'Part 2', the rising base also added a nice little touch.
0:27-0:52/Buffer: Simple, quarter note beats don't go for too long as happens in some songs, so that one doesn't get tired of them, while continuing long enough to 'calm' the song down a bit so that the next part can still make an impression, while retaining enough of a moving melody in itself to keep the song interesting.
0:52-1:38/MyFavoritePart: Good solo; the melody is catching, not much else to say there. The base is quiet enough not to intrude, while still present at the subconscious level and keeping a fast-paced flow. I like the three 'symphonic' (I don't know how else to describe them, but they contribute greatly) sections, especially the merge with the guitar (that is a guitar, right?) in the first one that doesn't discredit itself by repeating. Good choice. Moving on, the decrescendo near the end makes a great transition to the calmer part.
1:38-2:13/Interlude: Nice, calming melody, good instrumentation. The base keeps the general feel and flow of the song moving, without losing the current feel. Good job dropping the base around 2:02, makes a nice apex of the section (if there can be an apex in a calm part). Unfortunately, it's hard to point out much other good things to remember in this section; all around good. However, I must point out that the immediate transition with the fall at the end, given the tone change from soft to hard, makes a good transition.
2:13-3:27/HardTone: Not my general choice of music, but well done. The remnants of the general tone of the previous section at 2:20 compound upon the goodness of the transition, followed by a nice hard-tone changeup of the essence, I guess you could say on the last section (the melodies are different, yet it still 'speaks' of the last section). The musical foreshadowing beginning at around 2:56 of the part beginning at 3:01~2 makes a nice transition, totally smashing all of my previous intentions of marking the part starting at 3:01~2 a new 'section' entitled 'MyOtherFavoritePart'. Oh well, it was short, anyways. Anyways, that solo has good melody, non-intrusive, simple-yet-still-active-enough base, etc. etc. Good job.
3:27-4:50/LastSolo: I see you used The Fall again in your transition, although it was longer, and not as harsh, disguising it just enough to make it work without sounding repetitive. Good job. Not too many beat repetitions to sound repetitive, two loops on that first part did the job nicely. The rising bass in the second loop differentiated it from the first loop, which is always a good thing. The little transition wasn't harsh, and the next melody agreed. But they were good. Again, you use the fall, keeping with the style ;) to make your transition, but changes to the starting and ending notes disguised it well enough. The slight presence of the guitar adds a nice touch, keeping the listener at the present. I would write more here, but my characters are limited.
4:50-5:02-TheFall: You end it with another fall. One could probably expect it by now. If there is one bit of constructive criticism I could give would be to keep off of the falls in the future.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


this is some really good stuff, like the variety in sounds!


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thanks for such great sounds

This is amazing music, especially this guitar moment starting from 0:52
Im listening it over and over all day, huge music!!

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