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Experimental - Drowning

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Uploaded
May 27, 2008 | 2:23 PM EDT
File Info
Song
3.1 MB
1 min 43 sec
Score
4.25 / 5.00

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Rated 4.25 / 5 stars
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2,998 Plays | 217 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

You sink to the bottom of the sea, make piece with god and take a breath.

Reviews


ErrardErrard

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Been looking for this.

I've been writing a series of poems about people dying in different ways. I was looking for a good piece on drowning that wasn't some techno crap. Don't get me wrong, I like techno and trance and dance, just not for this subject.

It worked so well not only did the poem turn out good, but I used this for the death scenes in other poems and they turned out good as well.



Sean-HenrySean-Henry

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Top Shelf!

For what this is, its excellent and deserves its place on the top shelf


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ShanusShanus

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool

Sounded like a scary film. Really enjoyed being spooked by it. Great building and softening too. You know an ambient track works when it feels the listener with fright, a really good job on the song

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ViridisViridis

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sweet

The start to this is extremely quiet, but i guess is relevant in depicting the silence and darkness of the bottom of the oceans. Its got a creepy kinds silent feel to it which gives me chills. It's gonna take me ages to get back in the water ;]

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CoopCoop

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Really quiet beginning

Makes me wonder what it is that's lurjking down there in the depths, where there is no light and all sorts of unimaginable creatures lurking...

While the start is quite quiet and slow, it builds up rapidly into something more reminiscent of a horror movie than some sort of natural history project. A shame you couldn't really settle on one theme or the other, really.

A nice piece overall, but I'd have appreciated the start being a little louder.

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