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May 1, 2006 | 3:22 AM EDT
File Info
Song
3.1 MB
4 min 34 sec
Score
4.06 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.06 / 5 stars
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497 Plays | 183 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Drum N Bass
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Author Comments

If i could get some reviews on which genre this doesn't fit in id be stoked

Reviews


ArkezArkez

Rated 5 / 5 stars

sweet

but all your songs have so few reviews
im gonna help with that ;)
great beats i completely agree with padman so just think of my review bein the same as his but more funnier with a shitload off witty jokes and anecdotes cause thats just how i roll



dj-padman1dj-padman1

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

THIS ISN'T DRUM AND BASS!!

In futore putt ur tracks in tHe RIGHT GODDAMN GENNRE! Thiss auddio sampel is TECHNO!!!

-Just kidding dude...

This is some righteous breakbeat action right here. Sounds really contemporary, I can imagine it being played in trendy clubs all around the place.
It's full of variety and always interesting. I love all the effort you put into morphing the sounds into one another and the interplay between the parts. That level of detail is rarely seen.
The production is really spot-on. The number of transition elements is considerable, and you've obviously spent a lot of time on them. Those filter rhythms are spot-on!
There were times when I thought the rhythm did get a bit snuffed out at times, especially that part that sounded a bit like the riff from that Autechre track (the one with the awesome cg video, i forget the name). The snare could probably use a bit more bite.
Other than that, this is an excellent all-round track and I happily enjoyed listening to it several times.
Keep it up!!


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KaiSun responds:

Hey padman
im stoked your a fan, your a big time star on here, no.1 and 4 in 1 week! Thanks for taking the time to review, Im sure you got your hottub full of pimpin hoes snorting coke waiting for ya to get back.
I think the best thing about breaks are the transitions and fills, so I try and put as many in as I can. But about keeping the rhythm apparent, I either have a lot of layers or a tight rhythm, getting both is really hard for me. You have it down in a few songs of yours, like roughneck where there are about 4 elements adding to the rhythm instead of just the bass and the drumkit. Anyways ill learn from you.
And it is drum and bass, aarrgh, LEAVE ME ALONE, GET OUT BEFORE .... oh shiit.
look what youve done.