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[DjBjra] - The End is Nea

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7.7 MB
5 min 37 sec
4.16 / 5.00

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

.............................. >:(


Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's beautiful

So soothing, makes me fly to another world.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Story Idea.

When I heard this, I thought, Long panning shot of a stoic looking man standing in the middle of a desert. And when the strange guitar/piano stuff kicks in, I think of another person standing opposite him, in which tension grows. During the time in which the ambient piano comes in, I think thats where the music ends and the dialogue starts.

But overall, I'd say that that was incredible. Definitely goin' on my iPod.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Aye, In agreement with mrDizznat

Totally agree with mrDizznat, anyways songs awesome, just as usual it always impresses me.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This would be like a scene in a movie

At the beginning with the ancient sounding flute, it is panning across a bombarded city. A shade of red-brown tints the skies as well as the land. Everything is destroyed. Then as the other parts come in you see somebody climbing out from under piece of rubble, unharmed. Then as the music shifts you see a small group of two or three people climb out near the first person. After a while of people climbing out, one of the main people looks around to find that the person he's looking for isn't there. Then the music shifts as they surface from the rubble. The people start to gather, about 8-10 people, most of them know each other. The music shifts as they intract and are happy and such. Then they start talking about a plan and one person looks on at another person that they are extra happy to see alive. Then at the end they all move onto a hill and look on at the devastated landscape.

Okay that was all spontaneous but it's pretty good now that I look at it. Good job man I like it. I like the collaboration of the sounds that are on totally different sides of the musical spectrum.

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Krank responds:

Thanks for the review man!