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Green Day: When September Ends

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Uploaded
Jan 5, 2008 | 3:28 PM EST
File Info
Song
6.6 MB
4 min 48 sec
Score
3.90 / 5.00

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Rated 3.90 / 5 stars
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3,593 Plays | 152 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
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Author Comments

It's been a while since my last contribution to the audio portal, so hopefully you guys will like this. Unfortunately, there isn't any singing - but there's no suprise there...
After the first verse and chorus the drums kick in, and the song really begins to pick up.
I like it, so you should. No, really.

Enjoy,
~Nightwasp.

Oh, and please review. You're comments mean alot to me.

Reviews


JLA-VIJLA-VI

Rated 5 / 5 stars

that's awesome.. I love that song

Nice sound.... =D



jakker11jakker11

Rated 4 / 5 stars

cool

pretty good ya!


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IhatefloorsIhatefloors

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great

i love how this song can be interpeted in so many ways cancer, 9/11
hating school XD lol i kid but great


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That1Guy1432That1Guy1432

Rated 5 / 5 stars

not bad.

not bad cover man. i liked it. green day worthy. its not my favorite version of this song, but it was pretty good. green day wud be proud.


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Zir0Zir0

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice Song

Hey.

Nice composition of the popular song.
Just a few things:

- A few notes of the melody were just a little off in the beginning, and I'm not sure if that was your intention or not.

- When playing chords, all the notes were hit at exactly the same time. You could make it sound more natural by introducing random but subtle delays when playing the chords. When a pianist plays chords, they don't always hit every single not at exactly the same time.

- The pitch bend at 2:23 did not sound very good on a piano. :-P

- The guitar solo starting at 2:50 was pretty good. Simple, but good. (-:

- The baseline was a bit too monotonous. Try a few more notes in the key of the current chords. It does get slightly more interesting at 3:39, however.

- Towards the end of the song, you should have maybe brought the guitar solo up an octave, even if it was only for a few notes. I enjoyed the percussion, and the dynamics, especially on those very light snare hits. The percussion did make the song a more engaging, but there didn't seem to be much climax to the song.

Still, it's a pretty good song, soldier. (-:

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- Ziro out.


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