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Jan 20, 2010 | 10:36 AM EST
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6.7 MB
3 min 38 sec
4.26 / 5.00

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Rated 4.26 / 5 stars
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(You'll have to listen past a certain point to "get" the title) Ever feel like this song as you go about your day?

My most groovy, catchy and clever piece of music to date. Thanks to the creator of the "malcos mouth" reason refill for various voice samples.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Holy Moly.

SBB this is truly a work of art. yOu have gone far behyond your talents with this. That synth that comes in after the coughing voice sample was just incredible. The background bass, the catchy synths, the edge this song has, the long pauses, the groovy style, is all INCREDIBLE.

The fact that this has only a 4.03 really pisses me off. Its like the entire NG community just wants cock jokes, why cant anyone appreciate this sort of thing? I truly am enjoying this new style you are creating. Your last song ==(Drifting)== was amazing... now THIS... THISSSSS is just not possible to put into words.

I know u might think im sucking up to you or im over reacting, but i truly love this. This goes straight into my ears and through my heart. Wonderful music. I think I am going to add this to my game just as I am putting your drifting song in there.

Deserves #1 of the month.

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Buoy responds:

Well thanks for the over the top praising review! Reading it was a kind of amusing, kind of heartwarming experience :D

I dunno about the score, it doesn't mean anything and never did, it's just a random stat you have on your songs. So yeah... as a result you almost ALWAYS have to digg for good stuff, and then... you have idiot garbage music like what's on the top 5 and top 30 now. Which is why Newgrounds kinda sucks.

Anyway... I really appreciate the review man, ever how comically positive it is :) Cheers!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


it made me litterally absent minded i didnt notice it played 27 times

Buoy responds:

I take that as a compliment, hopefully you weren't on drugs


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


that bass sounds much like the one from drifting! still awesome though :D I dont think this is pop though, more like jazz.

Buoy responds:

Thanks man! There's no definitive genre, I'm just putting it where I think is closest. And I don't think there are enough jazz elements to put it in jazz.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good stuff! :)

Long time no see SBB, how goes it?

I've been quite into catchy music lately, so this was a pleasant surprise to find. I'm especially loving the general rhythm and the various fills in here, which make the track for me. The chromatic lead is great as well.

The track feels a bit repetitive now and then, and I feel you could have added in some extra variation somewhere. The clap sounded long to me as well. Now that the track's been on loop for a while, though, it doesn't sound so bad. The kick sounds a bit hollow, but it may just be that I'm unused to hearing that kind of kick. I will say it fits the track fine. Otherwise, this is overall very fun to listen to.

One more thing: I'm thinking this would make a great house track - do you mind if I give a remix a shot? Because I'm so tied up with school I can't guarantee a finished track, but because I like this original so much, I can say it's very likely. Also, a few stems (bass, eighth-note bell, lead, mouth samples, etc.) would make my life easier, but I completely understand if it can't be done for whatever reason. Thanks, and good work!

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Buoy responds:

Heyyyy!! Nice to see you again, I thought you kinda died from Newgrounds and went on to do other things. Thanks for the review!

If you'd like to remix it, that should be fine, I'll make some stems of it asap. Cheers!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very groovy indeed!

For some reason I feel guilty for liking your msuic so much but never dropping you a single review. So here's to that.

The bass guitar obviously drives this song, I like it a lot. Groovy drums, just a little 'complaint', I think the reverb decay on that clap lasts just a bit long. Just my opinion though.

Overall you really notice your ambient feel throughout the whole piece. I'm digging the vocals in there, they give it an extra nice touch. I like the whistle-like portamento synth you have in there, it really helps setting the feeling of the song.

I think you do a really good job of recreating a familiar feeling in the listeners mind, and you manage to name it very well too. Did you aim for this set emotion while making the song, or did it somehow come by itself?

Another question; is that a real bass guitar? Just out of interest.

Anyway: I really enjoyed listening to this piece, and I'm sure others will too. Oh yeah, the mixing and mastering was as always brilliant. You know what you're doing, and I hope you won't stop doing it any time soon.

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Buoy responds:

Oh you may just as well enjoy it as a guily pleasure if you want. But thanks for taking the time :)

To answer your questions, no I didn't go into making this song thinking "now I will make something with this certain mood", but I did aim for enhancing that kinda absentminded mood after a certain point (which is when I thought of breaking the song up with long silences and playing with people's expectation). So yea kinda. And it's not a recorded bass guitar, it's three sampled software basses (slapped, fingered and sub), layered on top of each other.