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Credits & Info

Date
06/29/2012
File Info
Song
3.3 MB
3 min 34 sec
Score
4.20 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

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You must give credit to the artist.
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Score:
Rated 4.20 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
313 Plays | 25 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
Tags:
funny
metal
cat
rock

Author Comments

It's Kitty Chaser 2000.
It's coming after you, my friend.
In Apartment 1127
is where the story begins.

It's the day.
The monster broke out of its box.
And with the batteries inserted
we know now the fun begins.

Its hat of blades, they now rotate.
Into the sky, the thing takes off.
The lasers charge a crimson red
desiring the kitties' end.

I know you think it's evil
for a machine who's only goal
is to seek the end of cats.

Without a care it charges at
the nearest cat who's acrobatic abilities
prove worthless to agility.

This was only the first feline to meet an early end.
The demon quickly moved on to its next furry target.
Nowhere to run nor hide, all of the cats met their demise
at the hands of the Kitty Chaser 2000.

Reviews


HellSpawnIVHellSpawnIV

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Overall cool song! It's got a lot of cool dynamics that keep the song interesting. I just have a few critics that i think could make the song sound better, but they're just my opinons.

when your vocals first come in at "It's Kitty Chaser" I think you should bring in the bass at that point. It will fill out the sound a bit more.

At 0:57, when you start doing that guitar riff faster, I personally would pick all the notes rather than pulling off to give it that aggressive feel and would probably sound cleaner.

At 1:37, i'd do some kind of instrument change here to go with your vocal melody change. Such as bringing in an additional guitar and playing power chords or what not. whatever would fit, but it sounds anti-climatic as is.

At 2:22, when the solo begins it feels like it should be more intense. Guitar power chords at a higher octave would probably be easiest to do this.

Anyway, thats my 2 cents. Sounds good, keep it up.



K-PoneK-Pone

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool song. The last voice could be a little bit more "heroic" but it's cool anyway.