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Uploaded
Feb 2, 2012 | 12:53 PM EST
File Info
Song
7 MB
3 min 29 sec
Score
3.48 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.48 / 5 stars
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419 Plays | 25 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Drum N Bass
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Author Comments

made in renoise!!!

Reviews


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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Enjoyable

I definitely recognized the sample at the beginning, what's it from? Any how as for the music it's pretty good. The equalizing and mixing on the various parts give it a very full feel, the song takes up lots of "space", and whilst it seems distant and blurred at the opening i like how it comes together at 1:01. Some hectic beats and synths, and an all round energetic song. As for advice i can't give much (not knowing much about the genre) but you could have put a bit more in the Authors comments, it's nice to read whilst listening. Where did the title come from?


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datamouth responds:

yeah i kinda slacked in the coauthor comments.
the voice samples used through out are from Melacholia, a film by Lars von Trier.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melancho lia_(2011_film)
the movie is amazing. and the ending gave me nightmares to tell you the truth, even though it was probably one of the greatest most beautiful ending scenes i've seen.

the name of the song originally was "melancholia" but the song, like much of my music starts as something then turns into something else by the time i'm done with it. so then i tried to think of something frightening. like i said the movies ending gave me nightmares. so tried to imagine something that was frightening. i went online and after searching thru a bunch of images i found a terrible image of hostages with burlap sacks on their heads. i found the relation with the sample in the song "the earth is evil, life on earth is evil, nobody will miss it." thats were the title came from. i know. grim.

thanx for the great review by the way!