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(_RGH_) Loco(Motion)

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3.2 MB
3 min 30 sec
3.89 / 5.00

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Rated 3.89 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Little bit of everything in this one....

Started this about a year ago. Most of the synth lead and piano work is recorded. Drums are some of my craziest yet. Could add more, but its time for a little release.


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not half Bad

One of the better "Techno" Songs on NGs

RyeGuyHead responds:

is it even...techno?


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Beginning got me going and then it dissolved in the middle and then kind of came back.... Not to good but allright 4 and 8. It is creative and uses a lot of different items including a Piano? lolz but it was pretty good over all...

RyeGuyHead responds:

I told you it had EVERYTHING in it, except a choir....

Damn, I want this reason file to come back from the dead :(


Rated 5 / 5 stars


My eyes blink at the same rate as this song!

RyeGuyHead responds:

isnt that really fast?


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Sounded like retro music for a side scroller or something.But had a much more rounded grown up feel. The piano was a great touch. I kinda felt it wasn't really techno but it's a great sound.Deep and diverse, but still staying fun. Great job

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RyeGuyHead responds:

theres too much going on to classify this


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Borderline industrial

A nice sounding tune, that I certainly think is slightly representative of 'upper class locomotion' - the quality of the ride that you get with a first class ticket on the train - caviare, champagne, fourteen people to do your bidding and an individual carriage for each and every one of us.

I think that the start of the track is a stark reflection on the start of how industrial works gave us the railways and it's quite surprising to see how you've brought it around.

I'd have kept it at the industrial level, to be honest - let the deep beat sound like the hammers of industry and the wheels of motion spin, carrying us onward to our industrial goals.

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RyeGuyHead responds:

I could take out the piano and take it from there aswell, if duty calls

THANKS for ALLthe feedback