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Date
02/01/2008
File Info
Song
3.6 MB
2 min 36 sec
Score
4.24 / 5.00

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Author Comments

I made this song in April last year as one of my first songs of the genre. Most of my music now relates to chiptune, but this song is more bitpop or as I would say is more accurately video game electronica =\. It involves an accordion... not a bitpop or chiptune instrument. Anyways, I changed the percussion around tonight and added some little stuff. I don't think I'm putting this one on my next release, but I dunno, I want your opinion. I've been putting this one off for nearly 10 months, I am unsure whether or not I should ever release it.

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UnknownMedicUnknownMedic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this screams "rainy day in my hometown" in a old Game-boy RPG so bad. it actually makes me think Pokemon for a moment, then shifts to onnet form earthbound, given that Ive never played it but Ive seen pictures and have heard some music form it and this would probably fit very well there. man i feel old.



CalamaistrCalamaistr

Rated 4 / 5 stars

pffff....

look ive gone trough all of your vg tracks and this is the only one i like a bit so here goes:

It is mostly atmospheric the whole time, this is a good thing here no worries.
Loop drags can set a mood when done right and in this track it is done right. Around 1: 22 i get the feeling you didnt know where to go for a moment, anyway.. this is definately a nice track and it makes me ponder why you didnt stick with the style yet in most other works almost abandon melodical quality and instead seem to focus on modern styles wich isnt really what chip and bit instrumentation shines at.

Regards.


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PixlCrushr responds:

The accordion still feels like it belongs there and so does the part at 1:22. Also I don't seem to feel any of my music abandons "melodical quality" (melodical isn't a word). I always found this comment difficult to understand or agree with, but everyone perceives things differently.


GhakimxGhakimx

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Oh... the tears and nostalgia....

This track just puts me to tears, not because it's bad, but because you managed to capture the ambient feeling of music found in GB RPGs. That sound and feeling.... is so nostalgic man! I didn't even play RPGs that much and I just feel this way!

Awesomeness, either way. *Wipes tears*


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CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great!

A smooth videogamish track. Great oldskool melody, great rythem and lots of variation too, flows on smoothly. Great melody, keep up the good work!

-cd-


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keeth33keeth33

Rated 5 / 5 stars

reminds me of the good ol days....

reminds me of playing pokemon blue on the gameboy color....(cry) i was so young...


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PixlCrushr responds:

It's alright. Good games + nostalgia = cry sometimes. :P