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Date
12/05/2010
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Song
5.9 MB
2 min 35 sec
Score
4.39 / 5.00

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Author Comments

I'm back...for a while...just don't want the 2010 section be empty!

Learning how to use minimal, it's very hard to arrange limited instruments. Right now I have no time to spend on music stuff. Guess music isn't for me anymore. I have one last collab with silencefreedom this Christmas, gonna be something big.

Hope you like it, and happy Christmas!

Reviews


ElitistinenElitistinen

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 29, 2013

This song give me the tragic feelings. Very strong ones. When I listened to Calamity, and I thought it was the most sad piece of your. Now I listen to this masterpiece and learn what is the real sadness. Like everyone else on here, I think of Luminiscense everytime I listen to this piece. It's so majestic. I rarely cry, but now I couldn't hold my tears. I let my emotions pour out like there isn't anything to stop them.

The string set is quite faulty, but that doesn't stop the beauty of powerful emotion, and this is the very unique skill of you. Your music has this special way to deliver emotions, then drive them to the highest level. The climax is the key feature in this piece of art. And then how it dies down, creates the picture of tragedy.

You are surely the most self deprecating bastard I have ever seen in my life. Always saying to self that you were suck, always telling yourself that you were a failure. YET! Yet, you never cease to amaze me and other how you define the world, the contributions of your. Remember once you told me you couldn't write anymore music? That you were having a major writer's block? THAT was before you wrote this masterpiece.

:( It's super sad when you say you would put music aside, and move on with life. Will you ever come back to amaze me more, my friend?


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dem0lecule responds:

Thank you for your input. And stop trolling in the main forum.


StrayDgStrayDg

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 20, 2012

I'm not sure what to put...

You might have seen one of my reviews every once and awhile, and I try to go back over songs or movies that I have seen before and try to remember. And you know what? I am truly sorry for not putting in a review when I saw this one flash long ago, and then saw it again today. And choose one of the songs that was used and this was it. Alright, the music is about two and a half minutes long during that time I listened to some of the most moving instrumental music pieces that have been produced on here. As the strings and piano chime together in unison you can picture yourself doing something when you were a kid or when you had your first kiss.

The building up to the climax was extraordinary, it took my breath away and I just had to sit back and keep back tears that were threatening to come to the surface. You sir have deserved your rating for this song, to not only pulling off the instruments perfectly but for making me think back to when I was a kid and I all the fights I had gotten into when my best friend transferred. Her name was Molly Bell and I had never thought about that until today. My hat is off to you sir. I give you a perfect score of 10/10 5/5 and is now downloaded into my music list that is only for the best. -Justin.


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dem0lecule responds:

Your friend reminded me of a similar friend. I used to had fights with him back in my home country when I was little. I never learned how to value my first friend in my life until I lost him, in a terrible car accident. I had severe bipolar depression for years through out my childhood. I only just improve last year and stop my medicines before I decide to enlist to the army.

This song has so many symbols that easily take away the heart of the listeners and its composer. Many of the symbols stand out clearly even I never intended to believe they are there. Such as the dark feeling of it; I was going for bright. There are mixes of chaotic and calm; which I never believe I could blend them in harmony. The ending here is another thing to be praised. It's too sudden, unpredictable yet still hold the emotions of listeners together.

Sorrow is majestic and powerful in its own way. So powerful that I swear, I cannot create another song which has similar characteristics and depths. The build up is heartbreaking, to me. I created similar buildup in some of my 2011 music but none of them have the instant emotion grabbing effects.

The song itself is like the masterpiece Luminiscense, they both taught me a lot of thing, about life. That sometime you cannot control your destiny. Things may end tomorrow or change the way of your life. No one knows. Something beautiful can be destroyed in the matter of moment. The bombing on the field in Luminiscense is a strong metaphor. So as this song. Many people prefer it to stays in loop. Other said the ending is too sudden. In my own opinion, it's great as what it created for.

Thank you a lot for sharing your expressions. And it's nice to meet you too, Justin.


007mitchellq007mitchellq

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 4, 2011

:'(

sheds a tear in my eye listening to this.


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dem0lecule responds:

Hey dude, sorry for that.


BenSapphire2011BenSapphire2011

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 29, 2011

Mixed reactions...

When i clicked the link I was "Oh, another sad song, Let's do it!"

But then, I was "Oh... Oh...? Oh?! OH?!??!?! OH!!!! OMG! OMG!!!! OMG!!! Omg!! Omg... Omg... Oh... Oh, my... Wow... Holy Hamburgers! But... Huh? What?! HUH?! WHAT IS THIS?!?!? THIS IS BETTER THEN HAM AND BEAN BURRITOS! OMG! OH!!! Oh!! oh... oh.... Oh... Weh... Uhh... But-- Gah?! Weh-- But-- Hu-- WHAT?!??! WUT?! WUT? Wut? Wut...? Wut... Oh... Omg... Buh... Well... Hmm... Well, That's, umm... yeah... Yeah, That! That!!! that... Weh... Hol... holy... Whu- oh... yeah... Whoa... 5's, man."

All my 5's are belong to this.

~Ben


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dem0lecule responds:

I love all those foods you named above (I'm actually having burritos while replying to you!)

Lol I tried to track your comments to see which parts you liked the most. Most commentors on here actually like those parts too (climax and built-up strings)

Honestly I quite amazed as the orchestra structures of this song too. Because I have hard times recreating it with different elements. What a shame to me. Well I guess piano-string-choir is my style, for now.
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Thanks a lot for your interesting comments!


MeshyPetMeshyPet

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 22, 2011

Sorrow Indeed...

Every time I hear this song I think of Luminiscence... I remember balling my eyes out listing to this song in that flash... Very well put together and very... touching...


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dem0lecule responds:

Thanks a lot man!