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Jun 29, 2011 | 12:28 AM EDT
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5.7 MB
2 min 30 sec
4.23 / 5.00

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It was a stormy night. Andy was bored so he decided to go into the attic and do a bit of exploring. Andy never did like going up there since is was so dark, but boredom had gotten the better of him. It was completely dark except for the moonlight peaking through the windows and the occasional flash of lightning. Andy spent at least an hour going through old toys and various junk before he stumbled upon a box entitled "Andy's photos." He had never seen this box and had never really given any thought as to why there are no pictures of him around the house. Andy opened the box and searched through its contents. With every picture he found Andy felt more and more afraid. These were not pictures of a boy. These were pictures of his father, a world-renowned scientist, assembling what looked to be a kind of robot. Each picture added more and more detail ranging from the addition of synthetic internal organs to the coating of authentic looking flesh. Andy dropped the photos and thew the box across the room which crashed into an antique mirror. He approached the mirror, tears streaming from his face. Tears that until just now had seemed so real. His image in the mirror reflected how he felt inside...shattered. He noticed a piece of glass on the ground and slowly bent down and reached for it. He took one last look into the mirror and placed the glass against his arm and slid it from his palm to his elbow. A substance similar to blood, only black in color, seeped from the wound. As he pulled back the flesh, Andy saw metal and wires where bones and veins should be. Andy took one last look into the mirror and uttered the only words that could escape his lips, "not human."



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing, the story is awesome, the music is perfect, the quality the instruments the timing, Good work friend, i hope you keep making music for a long time to come


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I am keeping an eye on you. I may be calling you soon.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


In spite of this track being amazing, I can say that it wouldn't be the same without the story to follow it.

The beat is subtle, driving and always there, though never taking over the track. The natural sfx in the back really sets the mood according to the story, and the light synths, the ambient synths and the melodic synths all work together to create this somewhat eerie atmosphere, creepy but not directly scary.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A storm of ideas that seemed too familiar.

I got the sense that you play TPS's as the first 47 seconds seemed to be pulling out of The 3rd Birthday. I just feel that a basic synth-line like you utilized gets used too much. In it's own rights though, the track is solid and well worth a front page, but not as much as some others.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


It's great, I love the story :D
Would be perfect background music :D

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