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Deadbeat Shuffle (Daisy Chain)

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Date
07/02/2009
File Info
Song
5.2 MB
3 min 46 sec
Score
4.14 / 5.00

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Rated 4.14 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
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Author Comments

Second song for Daisy Chain.
Basically the same instrumentation as before (not exactly but you get the idea).

Check out the first song (Coming Home) since it got lost in the portal due to it being my first submission.

Reviews


MultiCanimefanMultiCanimefan

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad

The simplicity is what keeps me listening to this great song.

I didn't find any static in this song, but some variety of the beat would be nice; mixing it up is always a plus in my book. As others and yourself have said, vocals are a must.

Overall, though, it was a very nice piece.

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CoopCoop

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good, but lacks variation

I think that this piece stays too uniform to really keep me interested. It's a little difficult to criticise this, because it's technically sound and doesn't have any discernible faults that I can hear.

As with previous of your submissions that I have reviewed, you require more variation, just to add a further spark of life to the tune itself - possibly leading on to other avenues that you may not have explored just yet.

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Cornilious responds:

Yes, yes.
Ideas for variation:
Guitar fills during the verse. (The mellow section.)
Maybe a couple of quarter to half measure drum fills during the chorus. (Where the distortion comes in.)
VOCALS (I'm really motivated to do vocals now. haha)


FroFro

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A bit better than the last.

I liked it all and it had a very nice hardcore sound to it at the beginning of the song. At the end of the song I don't really like the fact that it faded out so long. It seems that the guitar really picked up towards the end and you just faded through it like that part wasn't very important.

A decent song all around and I think a little bit better than your last. Doesn't sound as empty or like it needs anything additional like vocals. Perhaps a bit of static in this one though?

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Cornilious responds:

I'm not sure about the static, it might be that or the large amount of fuzz on both the guitar and bass.
I really do think this needs vocals though.


InsanimationInsanimation

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Much better than Coming Home

There was a definite Nirvana feel to it, which was really nice. Oonce again, try to make the guitar more prominent, but I quite liked the other istruments here, especially the bass in the intro.

The guitar riff about 5/6 of the way though was sweet, and added a new dimension to it.

This time, the outro wasn't too good. try to do something better than just fading out. It didn't really suit the flash.

The first song by Daisy Chain got an 8 from me, this gets a 9. I better go and review the 3rd and hopefully give it a 10.

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HaggardHaggard

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another great song

A very nice rock song. Definatly one of the better ones you can hear on NG. Even Though it has a quite simple structure and not too difficult parts (at least so far I can tell ;) ) it is an amazing song that has very nice melodies and it just makes fun listening to it.

This song really proves that you don't have to create complex song structures and fast soli to record a kickass rock song. ;)

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