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Date
01/26/2005
File Info
Song
1.7 MB
1 min 12 sec
Score
3.48 / 5.00

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Score:
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Author Comments

Kindly wild music if you ask me. Review and Enjoy!

Reviews


RustfareoRustfareo

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

ahh, that hurt a little

The whistling or whatever it was hurt my head. It kept repeating over and over. It was annoying after the first 30 seconds. At the beginning it was alright but time kept on and the whistling did not stop. Then i thought it was ok after it did during the middle but soon after it started right up again. Now i don't mean to sound mean or hating what you have. The whistling i believed needed to be toned down a bit so i could enjoy the other beats. Other than that i can't say because it really blocked out everything else.


Bosa responds:

A little late for the party, aren't we?


Crow54Crow54

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Read EpicMastermind's comment people!

Seriously, read his comment, and then try to picture it in your head. Easy, ain't it?
Any, a fun and strange piece to listen to.



EpicMastermindEpicMastermind

Rated 5 / 5 stars

strange, very strange

it was, hmmm, well it reminded me of an 1970's African American dancing in a courtyard lol


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Bosa responds:

What?


Des1122334455Des1122334455

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

well

didn't expect the middle to all of a sudden have drums the begging.Then it just reapeated from there.



BezmanBezman

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gloriously upbeat!

I love the whistling lead-melody. It is generally a fairly repetitive piece, but it's just so damn groovy, with happy vibes!

It reminds me of some Fatboy Slim songs.

I can only hear 4 layers - whistling, beats, the fast bg guitarry sound and the 'whoooooooo' near the start and also just before the whistling resumes. Apart from the change-up half-way through and the first 25s, where the instruments are introduced, there is a lack of variation. All the layers seem to be fairly constant. I would have maybe liked to see a couple more layers and some changes in the background melody or the beats mebbe.

But again - it's a short piece and it's so damn groovy!

My other slight gripe is that it doesn't loop quite as well as it could. I reckon there's maybe a fraction of a second you could cut at the start - it kinda skips part of a beat when it loops, which is mildly irritating.

Regardless, I listened for over half an hour and found myself still grooving along.

Flawlessly produced apart from the marginal looping issue.

I'd love to use this somehow. Maybe in a short animation, or maybe a game involving speed and light colours.

Question: why is it called 'Ace vs. King'? Is it based on some beat 'em up tune?


Bosa responds:

Well, I was thinking of a card game I used to play and how competitive it was. It deserved a beat. Of course, when I released this tune back in 2005, I was looking at a fast paced heart with a mind to run over. Now, I've learned that all things cannot be fast paced.. N.U.M.N.U.T.S.