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Aug 23, 2009 | 10:05 AM EDT
File Info
Song
2.7 MB
2 min 59 sec
Score
4.26 / 5.00

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Rated 4.26 / 5 stars
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1,555 Plays | 131 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

Some ambient ambiance for you to enjoy.

Ooh did i by any chance told you that i love comments and ratings?
Well feel free to tell me you think it's terrible.
And while your at is please check out my other stuff so you can rant some more!
Win win situation! :D

Goodbye, goodnight and godspeed.

Reviews


SkyeWintSkyeWint

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I know this was made a long time ago, and you probably aren't going to notice a review on a piece of music that's so old, but I just wanted to say this.

This music is extremely powerful and moving to me. It brings two things to mind.

First, I see a man. He is standing in a flat wasteland, perhaps the center of a city which was devastated by World War 3, hit by many nuclear bombs and flattened by the blasts. He looks up at the sky, wondering how he survived this long, what he'll do now, if there's any point to civilization if it just self-destructs.
And in the sky, the meteors fall, streaking across the sky like bloody tears from the wound caused by the wars.

The other interpretation is similar, but on a more mental aspect. It reminds me of the time in my life when I was seriously depressed. The main synth sounds hollow, kinda 'gray' due to the "statiq"-y distortion. Life with depression felt gray in a similar way. The sound effects just add to the 'empty' and gray feeling of it. The constant background percussion is akin to the repetitiveness of each and every day, along with how long they felt. The falling synth depicts the little hopes and happiness, falling down from the onslaught of infinite repetition and dull gray. Finally, the static increases and the song, or the depressed one's life, winks out.

I'm glad I didn't wink out like that, that I transitioned out of that time, and that my life's song is still playing, with a happier time. I still remember it though, and I think that reflects in a lot of my music.

Either way though... thank you. Thank you for making this piece, which so clearly represents something so integral and important to my personality and life.



FubakaFubaka

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Familiar

The soft beat in the back of this song reminds me of Blue Calx.


Anti-Citizen responds:

Haha, Guitly! :D


organicdreamsorganicdreams

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great track

finally someone who also likes this kind of music :D. It's a difficult genre to get some good feedback on. Title totally fits the track itself. I love what you do with the noise in the background. Keep up the good work.

Grtz