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Apr 12, 2009 | 5:34 PM EDT
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6.6 MB
4 min 49 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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Rated 4.24 / 5 stars
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Awesomesauce collaberation between SBB and I.

Five it because it's awesome.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

A simple beginning, piano, other instruments that are silent, if you use them alone, but sounds awesome if you combine them.
Beats in the 2/3 of the music. More sounds, more rythm, more good sound!

5 Stars!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yes, I did.

I five'd it because it's awesome.

SolusLunes responds:

Fucking yes.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


awesomesauce! my favorite! how'd you know? this song kicks ass, great job to the both of you.

SolusLunes responds:

Because we're awesome, that's how we knew.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

So soothing

Great job guys!

This was like ambience, break beat, oldschool, newschool, and i could go on.

Good production. Synths are clear, that lead is so beastly, and you still made room for other instruments. The only thing i would do to the mix is try get the perc to get more clear, and sharp. But how it is now, is great, so dont get me wrong.

Great work, this better get good attention.

Thanks for your review on our latest song too. You've always been the man! Errr i mean

SolusLunes responds:

It is definitely an awesome mix of a lot of elements :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I liked the piano opening, and I agree with the last guy on the percussion lead in. A few cymbals taps is all one really needs when you have a spiral staircase opener.

The melody in the beginning is very good, brings to mind a hero solving a crisis, then when the main beat kicks in it starts up a great flow, even though you have a lot of elements going on once, you show reservation and control for how it sounds.

The hard synth that comes in at 2:01 kind of throws me off a bit, only because everything is soft and smooth and nice, if it were a bit softer or even had an echo of some kind it'd blend easier.

The high pitch synth going off in the background doing its own little solo was a little excessive, the wobbles really evened it out.

Solus and SBB can't do wrong.

SolusLunes responds:

And truer words have never been spoken.