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Oct 10, 2009 | 12:34 PM EDT
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6.1 MB
3 min 21 sec
4.32 / 5.00

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Rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This project was originally intended to be a remix of "Sandstorm," but as I got into it and kept adding to it, it became something on a whole nuther' scale of brilliance! About a week into the project, my computer crashed, and I was VERY lucky to be able to recover the flp.

Anyways, I finished it up this morning--moving on to an even better project. So enjoy!




Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

reminds me of Darude - Sandstorm

It is really good bro.
keep it up.

I think it's because of that synth that is from sandstorm. yno, that distorted one that comes everynow and then in 16th notes. ERGH-ERGH-ERGH ERGH-DOO
Can't explain it any other way haha. KUTGW.


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Far to...something? xD

This is good Trance, Really good... finally I found someone who have mastered the genre...

The only thing that is missing is a good and solid buildup. But most people like it short and simple... really nice track :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

far too great!

WOOHOO! This is some great work man! i love it!

fuck that guy, he doesnt know shit about music, and couldnt make anything nearly as good!
Great job!

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Far too random

I have to say honestly, I wasn't impressed.

TranceCrafter responds:

Tell that to the 9 other people who voted either AT or ABOVE a 9 on the DEMO of this track. The final sounds BETTER, so I am rather confused as to why you would think that it is worth a ONE out of TEN simply due to "randomness."

Even if it WAS random, I certainly would not think that it is worth a ONE. Many submissions that get on the best of all time list or the best of the week have, in all honesty, been quite bad. Yet people give those submissions high scores.

You have the right to your opinion, I don't doubt that. I just think that given the fact that your review showed up merely 45 seconds or so after I submitted the track shows you didn't even listen to it. It's 3 minutes, 21 seconds in length.

You say in your review that you "weren't impressed." My advice would be to actually hear a submission out before making judgements like that.