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Aug 17, 2008 | 2:40 PM EDT
File Info
5.5 MB
4 min 49 sec
4.08 / 5.00

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Rated 4.08 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Full Name: Drunk Punched in the Pneumatic Pressure Gauge (Feat. Keth Andril & Joseph Blair)

Yeah, the title got cut off by good ol' Newgrounds. The reason why: This ain't my title. Hell, in the beginning, it wasn't my song. This is the aborted fetus of Keth Andril, which I took on myself and began writing. Hence "Feat. Keth Andril."

On a second note, Joseph Blair returns on guitar, traveling through a piece of compelling loops, turns and even a modulation to the relative minor of the dominant. Yay.

This likely will begin in the ring of Neural Stimuli on the album.



Rated 3 / 5 stars


I'm not putting 6 because I dislike it, it's just this song... is odd. You got guitar solos, and also the piano to clocks, by Coldplay. Which I don't quite understand.

It needs some work though...because in a lot of parts, I don't really hear anything much at all. The drums are nice though.

Hyper-Freak92 responds:

The piano part isn't the same as clocks. It's the same rhythmic permutation, with different notes and chords entirely.

I would say I disagree with you in a lot of aspects, but I suppose to each his own opinion. Let's put it this way: I've sold a couple hundred dollars of albums on iTunes in only a few months with the album this track is on -- I must be doing something right.

Thanks for taking the time to review though. I always appreciate people speaking their mind, even if I disagree.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

nicely done

i loved the guitar and the piano was nice too. the occasional cymbal clash was a nice touch.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

=3= 3

This indeed sounds great, most song have a " nah" feeling on NG, but this one rocks.
And in the middle it feels like someone has earphones on , and turns them off, realy vocking great.


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Hyper-Freak92 responds:

Thanks! This was another project that just sort of fell together. It's almost like trying to pick a lock. You just jiggle it around until it feels right, and from there it's easy.