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Date
09/18/2008
File Info
Song
2.5 MB
2 min 14 sec
Score
4.37 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Some one said this sounded halloweenish, and I'm still not satisfied with title. Any ways.

Imagine dancing skeletons in a Tim Burton movie. All it needs is a real jazzy singer.

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xeradycexeradyce

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 23, 2010

Suggested title: "Dancing skeletons"

The main instrument does sound the clicking, clacking, clanging of bones, don't you think?

Although a little short, when played as background music for "Haunt the House," it blends effortlessly into the experience, crafting the atmosphere while remaining tactfully non-intrusive, non-repetitive. I don't have to wonder, "where the heck is the mute button?"

And the atmosphere it helps create? Simultaneously scary and gleeful.


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LightningpichuLightningpichu

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 14, 2010

sfgawet

It sounds good, the beggining with the pizzicato strings is very catchy. I didnt like whatever you used to produce the melody line though, I feel like something better could have been substituted. When that mallet melody comes in, its way too much. It takes away from the melody so much, if you would have waited until the first melody line dropped out to bring the mallet linie out it would have been ten times more effective. However the song is nice, and I enjoyed listening to it.



ShaneAlvaradoShaneAlvarado

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 10, 2010

Great job!

I first heard this in Haunt the House. It goes perfectly with that game, I must say. This sounds very nice by itself as well, and that is really what I should be reviewing here.

I did download this. This is a very nice song. The instruments, or whatever, come together very nicely. It really just overall sounds very nice. I do think it sounds like a Halloween song. That's what's part of what makes it so great.


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imnonoob22imnonoob22

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 8, 2010

Coolest song ever (apart from f-zero mute city...)

I love this song i would listen to it every day! Im going to put it on next halloween!



AwesoSamAwesoSam

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 7, 2010

Delicious :3

I absolutely loved the "marimba-ish" sounds and overrall everything that was used to create the song. it's eerie, creepy, awesome, and cute, all at once. :3 beautifully done.


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