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Date
05/06/2009
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Song
1.7 MB
1 min 54 sec
Score
4.12 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Mandi's Dream - The Bazaar

The light of the constantly dusky sun beamed faintly through sepia brown clouds, a warm chocolate glow emitting from the alabaster stones that made up this strange exotic place. Hiding behind a corner, I gazed at what They were, and how They could possibly have lived. They had a bazaar...
Feeling brave, I approached with caution, hearing them speak in unheard of tongues, their accents thick and gutteral with heavily rolling R's. Like any bazaar, the people within it were chattering at once, a dull roar of their melodic voices erupting throughout this one little area. These people... They were not like people I have ever seen.
They were all tall and very lean, their muscles prominent but small and long. Their skin was very dark, nearly black, and very oily. It seemed to have a strange spectacular golden shine to it, almost like an aura. Their features were chiseled, symmetric, all of them unique but nearly perfect as well. They were the most beautiful people I had ever laid eyes upon. They wore loose but little clothing, merely white gauzes and togas, some women wearing unusually-fashioned white dresses. I wondered to myself, are these people real angels?
Some stopped to look at me strangely, almost accusingly, and turned their backs on me. Others seemed to pretend to ignore me as they pushed by through the crowd. It must have been strange to see a strange unfamiliar face in such a secluded place like this... Feeling self conscious, I scuttled through, wanting to go back into hiding now that they'd seen me. Something about them made me lust for their approval, and having been looked down felt like nearly a crushing blow. I found a grand pillar amongst identical supports to it, disappearing behind it to watch them still from afar. Perhaps I had made it to El Dorado... perhaps this was the real Heaven... Who could say for certain? But I knew right then and there that this was not where I belonged.

Reviews


Neophyte-RoninNeophyte-Ronin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Enchanting to a T

Maybe this will be another track in an upcoming project. There is a general sense that a "heat" is felt; I imagined Israel with a tinge of Latin. Either way, there is that stain of exotic that creeps through the song.

This can easily be looped and made into a BGM for a game, and it's perfect fodder for a movie. It's just a matter of time before someone makes an attempt.


People find this review helpful!

RarykosRarykos

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good

Really good song, i dont know what else to say, im out of nice phrases and i dont want to say pointless things like other people :P



Bahamut0neBahamut0ne

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great Song!

A little short, but it's still very good. Nice melody, nice style, nice instrumentation. Great job!



Fargh82Fargh82

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Relaxing

I could sit back all day and listen to this, it is very calming.



InseperableInseperable

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wunderbar.

I really like this track, and the story is also very nice, fits in great with the song!

Also Haspen, it's very possible and probable that the melody might resemble something else. After a million trillion songs created, there are some that are going to bear resemblance to another. I don't know what song you're talking about and I listen to quite a bit of music like this, so... yeah... O_O.

Don't listen to him Mandi, great stuff! I've got my RSS feed for the account so I know when new stuff from you is out! I REALLY like the guitar here, it sounds so authentic! Looking forward to hearing more!