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Sep 9, 2009 | 11:03 PM EDT
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7.3 MB
4 min 1 sec
4.12 / 5.00

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Time to make some skin crawl.

A sound collage initiated by the competition by Ian15 where a list of song titles is given and the artists write a song revolving around that title. ( m/bbs/topic/1095904/1)

Song title is silly because of its obvious contrasting word mashup, it does fit what I wrote though.

This has been a mixing night-mare and my computer can't play the song at all while working on it unless I turn off the regime of effects off.

Female singer is from David Lynch's Eraserhead for "The Lady in the Radiator" sample.

Speech is from Warcraft 3, of the Cryptlord and Bloodmage.

Percussive and FX samples/sound are all recorded, engineered, and made by me, with the exclusion of the meteors.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Rare and very good

I did very like this song, expecially since I am a Wc3 player recognising the sounds. The only thing I dislike is from 1:30 to 1:55 the sound, but thats more my personal dislike. I would like to use this in a theater production at school, if you don't mind.

InvisibleObserver responds:

Send me a PM with more details please, and <3 war3.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very strange

Well, that was one of the strangest songs I have probably ever heard. I did like at least most of it even though I couldn't tell what was going on. It's easy to realize this was influenced by David Lynch of "Eraserhead" (who I haven't seen any movies of). I'm a huge fan of surrealism but this did come off as a little bit confusing. It was still very impressive on how you handled all of those different instrumentals and sound clips. You really put some effort into this, and it shows.

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InvisibleObserver responds:

I'd highly recommend checking out some clips from the film, it might make this song make far more sense, its highly reflective.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This song was a new creation for music. But the
bit at the start was anoying, FUZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ and A FUZZZZZZ,
with you could fix thant and it is a trace of bad effort. BUT GREAT!

InvisibleObserver responds:

It actually was a conscience decision to start with something unlikeable.

I may alter it at a later date.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this song is nuts

btw im going to name a painting after this>?

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InvisibleObserver responds:

Yea that's fine, I have no control over your title naming, and nor do I have any right to either.

This was technically named because of some silly contest here on NG. Had the song not gotten weekly, I'd have changed the title to "Every Thing is Fine".

Which on my music player its known as that.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


As a previous reviewer stated, FL is an inspiring piece of software (I use it too). I should really try mixing with samples more often and maybe get something akin to your style as portrayed in this track. Interesting listen.

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InvisibleObserver responds:

If you do some sample collages, please notify me.