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Date
11/04/2010
File Info
Song
7.5 MB
3 min 17 sec
Score
4.49 / 5.00

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Score:
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Genres:
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Author Comments

Tell me what you think of it.

Edit: Updated the song for a flash game, so here's the updated version for all to enjoy. -Derrick

Reviews


1337euphonium1337euphonium

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 12, 2011

So happy!!!

An awesome happy song, love the start and the piano :)


Yodamanjaro responds:

Thanks for the review!


YunivorYunivor

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 12, 2011

Awesome

Definitely deserves a 10, maybe a 20 but it only goes until 10, so well have to stick with the 10 then =)

Keep up the good work! ^^


Yodamanjaro responds:

10 is good enough for me. Thanks for the review!


AmazingLordAmazingLord

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 6, 2011

fuckt up man

awesome song and nice work with it. o love the base in my skullcandy headset. i give 10/10 for this


Yodamanjaro responds:

Skullcandy? HAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAH

I think it would sound better with a phone speaker, but to each their own. I do appreciate the review though, thanks for taking the time out of your day to write it.


knexknex

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 1, 2011

Love the song

Amazing Job keep up the good work


Yodamanjaro responds:

Thanks bro.


tristanraynertristanrayner

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 19, 2011

Inspirational, manifestation of beauty!

=Pros=
Amazing chord structure and sound, especially with the synth lead. Great cutoff effects, as well! The piano is a lovely, simplistic compliment of a melody. The constant A Fifth is wonderfully structured. The accelerando at the beginning is a great and tension building intro. Very nice job!

=Cons=
Nothing really. I'm slightly bugged when I have this song on repeat and it starts all over with that accelerando at the beginning, but did I say it was bad? No! :D

==Overall==
Beautiful piece. ONE THING I NOTICED, while pursuing a project of my own (my family doing an a capella version of "Hide and Seek" (Imogen Heap), that the bridge (where she says "Mmmm whatcha say...") has the EXACT SAME CHORD STRUCTURE as this song. I was wondering if you got the inspiration from that song :P

Keep up the good work, bro. Faved :D

-A fellow electronic artist


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Yodamanjaro responds:

Listen to enough music and you'll see that chord progressions are recycled. That's because music is recyclable. Even melodies (parts of them at least) have been redone over time and in most occasions this is by accident. I have never heard of the song you mentioned so the answer is "I wasn't inspired by that song when I produced this track."

And since you're "a fellow electronic artist," could you do me a favor and head over to my Soundcloud account? I've got some more recent stuff that may please your ears even more than this track.