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Date
01/10/2011
File Info
Song
2.1 MB
2 min 48 sec
Score
4.35 / 5.00

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From my album "No Rush Hour"

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Reviews


KeepYourDistanceKeepYourDistance

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great Composition

The start sounded rather pompous for some reason. The middle kind of sounded like an apology for the strong beginning. It was great nonetheless. The segue between the two moods was almost flawless and the piece left me awestruck. The only problem is that it neither ends abruptly nor fades out. It doesn't even end normally; it kind of just fizzles out like a car running out of gas.


MarkySpark responds:

You are right. I am going to change the ending. Watch this space.


pebspebs

Rated 5 / 5 stars

your work is really good

i havent found any of your song that isn't bad there all so calming and great nice work


MarkySpark responds:

I appreciate you stopping by.


joshuagundersenjoshuagundersen

Rated 5 / 5 stars

@ the guy below

That was deep....NIce work btw.


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Thanks


AnonymouseProjectAnonymouseProject

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Astonishing, Sad,

The strings to slow, calm piano as I said is astonishing. Every key, every little detail is just amazing and beautiful.

A young kid, growing. his father and mother split, he finds out his mother died a while later. A tear runs down his face while in the corner of his bed. His father beats him while drunk. He ran as fast as he could to the nearest escape of his life. He is 18 and has moved out.
Depressed and alone he moves as far away to star anew. He looks back at his miseries and keeps on walking on. No company of friends, not even in a pack. he is alone and is depressed. He gets mugged and beaten and tries to stay inside all day. At a new town he finds love.
He forgets the past problems and mistakes as a child. As he walks toward the woman to ask her out, he is worried she would not except him because of his life scars. In front of the lady he greets her. they begin to attach and start dating. He takes her out after a few years, And asks her to marry him, she says yes. Only to find out a few weeks later that she is cheating on him, and she broke up with him. Alone he sits inside of his house wanting to be accepted, he decides to commit suicide.
He puts the noose around his neck and writes a note. before he kicks the chair someone opens the door. Its his love, she wants to get back together. He says yes. Three years later they are married and had two kids. They watch their kids grow up. Their children now old enough to move out leave to a new city.
The man and woman are living in a house on the mountains holding each other forever. Remembrance of their love together they die in each others arms, happy.

-AnonymouseProject


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MarkySpark responds:

Just waiting on the movie for that now :-)


SpazzRabbitSpazzRabbit

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

This piece is simply amazing. The combination of synths and strings at the beginning was brilliant. that is a combination you hardly ever hear and the way it fades into piano is seamless and perfect and just as Cael87 said, there is a story deep in the music that is projected effortlessly. What i love most about your music is the emotion and passion that you put into it. :)


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MarkySpark responds:

Thankyou greatly!