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Date
10/10/2009
File Info
Loop
2.8 MB
1 min 14 sec
Score
2.91 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Swordsman Kasiuu ventured into underworld to save his sister Enna who in a city tournament had cheated herself toward a win by agreeing a to a deal with Esus the ferryman of underworld that she would kill each and every contestant she faced to the horror of the public to in return be invulnerable against the attacks of her opponents. However in the final's she faced her brother and could not stay loyal to her agreement. Instead Esus settled it by kidnapping Enna herself.

Esus told Kasiuu that even if he would be killed Enna could not be saved for the key to her right of passage out of underworld remained in the hands of the dark god of justice Barheire.

And thus Kasiuu proceeded to the depths of underworld.

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PizzaBoxPizzaBox

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 10, 2009

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There's a different between minimalism and overly-simplified.

A pad or something wouldn't hurt... anything to fill in the silence between the notes.

But you know what? That's just me, really. It's too plain for my tastes, but whatever, I can't really say that it's a flaw, because it's just personal opinion. The composition is fantastic, man. You're talented, it's just too simple for my tastes.

Also, it loops really, really well. Very usable for a video game submission. Overall, I really liked it. Just wish there was something in the background.


Calamaistr responds:

Sorry mate, this album is going fully 16 bit 'analog' as in ill only use a single typical retro computer sound.
I wonder what kind of music you like if this is to simple for your tastes :p
I dont like making filler, i like making puzzles in music really. :)
Anyway, do check out 'do believe in giants' i think youll like it going by your review.

And thanks for the review.