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Oct 29, 2008 | 3:14 AM EDT
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3.7 MB
4 min 40 sec
4.45 / 5.00

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Rated 4.45 / 5 stars
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I'm going through a phase where I don't like to stick to one theme in a song. I like the non-consistency. Any thoughts/comments? Myspace me!!!!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's good. But not great.

I'm still a fan of the classic dimrain tracks. I honestly cannot get enough of your older stuff. I mean I have all of you songs downloaded, but this one doesn't seem to be on the same level as your others. Can't quite place it. I have over 100 listens to The Prototype lol. Revolutions is ridiculous. Twighlight Techno still blows my mind today. Heh, it was the first song I ever heard from you. Back when they still had "Platinum Records" ;)

Anyway- I'm not saying you still aren't good, but I agree with Capitalism. Sounds too generic. It does sound LIKE you, but there's no hook. No defining melody or memorable riff. Just another dimrain track. Please don't take this as me hating your music, because I really love it, and I understand wanting to try new styles etc; But I miss the old dimrain. ;_;

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Crossing the boarder line of classical and techno.

This song just represents you. Practical use of electric guitar, a fancy sparklings from piano, original saw to keep the melody solid, and the purcussions that FL bestows upon you. In the beginning, it sounds pretty much like other dance songs, then guitar comes into play, making variations. Personally, the 1:27 part sounds too strong and distinct that it outshines the beauty of the piano.

The 2:22, you shows your secret weapon, key change from Cm -> Dm. It's pretty impressive because of your piano that plays a major role. The other structures are pretty much the same as the first one, but I still like it nevertheless.

Then when guitar shines its solo, it reminds me of Operation: Evolution (near the end of the O:E). Quite good to listen, but I'd like to have more new techniques and melodies other than this though.

I've gotta mention the ending.....The piano does very well here. Dramatic!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

We need more uptonity in this hot zone.

I think the beginning bit before the lower basses kicked in was fine. But I thought a faster measure could be used for later on. Still, impressive, and non-consistent, like you want.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Brilliant, Amazing, and Par for Course

It was good. But, it's not as good as your other stuff. Surface, Cloud Control, Operation Evolution, and a few others are certainly better. There was something BORING about this song. I don't know, but you've gone from being my favorite to being in the top five. I really love how it breaks down at 1:27. But t sounds very generic Dimrain stuff to me. Like you've taken the old themes of yours and changed them, then taken the way those songs progressed, and used that. It's just . . . not dandy, but dapper, if you catch my drift. It's better than a six, but not good enough for a ten. A solid eight, perhaps.

Oh shit, this part right here, near the end, with the guitar riffs? That was fucking great. It need more UMPH though. Also, it reminds me to much of Operation Evolution. It sounds way to much like you took your old songs and remixed.

The beginning: Brilliant,.
The end: Amazing
The middle: Par

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well.. look who's back..

Great to see you back after your absence. You presence was greatly missed and but a wonderful intro back into our lives again.. You privilege us with the sounds from the gods of techno.. Keep it up..

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