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Aug 9, 2009 | 5:35 PM EDT
File Info
3.2 MB
2 min 18 sec
4.14 / 5.00

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Rated 4.14 / 5 stars
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604 Plays | 54 Downloads
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Metal, Rock - Classic Rock

Author Comments

I found this rotting in my music folder. I dunno, I remember sorta liking the harmonica parts. It probably would have been more realistic to fade the harmonica and tamborine in, but meh, I can't be bothered to root out the stupid fucking editing program.

I don't expect this to get good reviews, or even stay on NG forever. But it's here, if anyone wants to use it.



Rated 3 / 5 stars


Hey Dan. I know you would have used loops and not recorded this. A few reasons. 1. I know you don't have a bass guitar 2. I know your not that good on guitar 3. And I know you don't play a harmonica. So, if you didn't record it, you obviously used loops. And the thing about using loops to make songs is that they're aren't hard to make, it's not really writing a song just putting togester random loops together and It requires no talent, not saying you have no talent, just that your talents lie elsewhere XD. You should try writing a song from scratch, if not with some real stuff, then synthesizers and/or samplers. Making songs with loops is just a big no no in my books.

sid17 responds:

1. It's true, I don't own a bass guitar.
2. I've never insulted your musical talent, leave mine alone.
3. Who says?
4. This is old, I never said I could do anything besides loops. Anyway, who cares about how easy it is to make? You're meant to review how it sounds, dumbass.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great positive attitude!

I thought this song rocked. Reminded me a bit of Neil Young. Influenced by him. Dug the harmonica parts too.

Stick around here for awhile.

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sid17 responds:

Thanks, man. I'll try.