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Date
06/22/2010
File Info
Song
4 MB
4 min 20 sec
Score
2.14 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 2.14 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Drum N Bass
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Author Comments

This is my robot day submission. I made it a while ago, but it seems oddly appropriate for this. Man into machine, with the added bonus of teenage whining.

Space noises courtesy of NASA's Cassini space probe. MIDI interpretation by University of Iowa Astrophysics Dept.

Reviews


FirestormrulesFirestormrules

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad

You managed to create a nice rythm, and worked in good parts of the film nicely, but it did go on for a bit long for what it was, it got incredibly repetitive.


doctormario responds:

Thanks. You're the first person to ever refer to this as repetitive.


Hunter4386Hunter4386

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Wow

I might need to check my audio, but all I hear is mess! There is no rhythm, but a whole lot of noise! So, yeah!


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doctormario responds:

Oh don't worry. Just throw on a nice Tiesto CD, and put all this foolishness behind you.


xCyLxxCyLx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice stuff

hey, this is some nice rhythms. I like the seemingly randomness of the whole piece, yet controlled and streamed to confuse and randomize. Why throw Justin Bieber under the bus, you would make a shit ton of money to doing what comes easiest right? Music makes us think, breath and be, just be glad you are not dead. L8r.


doctormario responds:

It's nothing against him. The fault lies with a public that consumes what is given to them without question. Thanks for listening though.


KendrakhaosKendrakhaos

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fresh, Original and Trippy

At first I was a little unsure about it. But I sat and listened to it, and its very strongly...different. Its hard to come up with shit like this, and those who do deserve recognition. I wouldn't listen to it all the time, but its so unique, I'm definitely gonna pass the word around. Keep kickin out tracks with no reason, you'll get a following :P


doctormario responds:

Thank you. Hell, I wouldn't listen to this sort of thing every day either. It was never intended to be some club rinser. You'll never see me rocking an Affliction shirt and dropping this in Ibiza. Think of it more as a soundtrack for drunken stumbling around the neighborhood with an iPod. :)


derekdedderekded

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad, been a while since I listened to a...

track like this. I enjoyed listening to your song, even though it doesn't fit into the "mainstream" definition of music. The people who gave you bad marks are the same people who would have rioted during the premier of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring. Unfortunately they seem to think that they have a monopoly on music.
Anyways, I did enjoy the song, despite its abstract style. I gave you a 7, rather than a higher score because while I appreciated the song, it still wasn't exactly enjoyable beyond novelty. Peace out, keep makin tunes.


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doctormario responds:

Don't worry about me. I don't even care what I think. :)