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Arpeggiated Nostalgia

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Date
02/03/2013
File Info
Song
4.1 MB
3 min 33 sec
Score
4.01 / 5.00

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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Pop
Tags:
weird
electronic
nostalgia
arpeggio

Author Comments

This isn't for a movie or anything. I just like finding interesting chord progressions and then making cool patterns.

Reviews


cafalingcafaling

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 4, 2013

The song has a sense of mystery and franticness to it... And so I shall write.

Geoff awakens in a white room, as he looks around and takes in his surroundings, he concludes that he has been kidnapped. He tries to open the door and it is locked. He immediately begins searching for a way out of the room. Frantically running about the room, he finds a note written by the last inhabitant of this room, the note reads only: Knock. As he gets up to continue searching, he finds a book, he begins to read it and, on the first page, someone has written: Knock. Giving up hope, he walks towards the door and knocks twice. The door swings open to reveal a man in a room staring towards the door with a gun to his head. The sitting man sighs in relief and says to Geoff, "The last man on Earth sat alone in a room, and there was a knock on the door..."

I decided this would be a fitting story for the song, maybe slightly more chiling than the song itself, but still a story that could be imagined and written.

Your friendly (and insane) reviewer, Cafaling


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Pahgawk responds:

Oh wow, that's really neat! I'm glad you were inspired to write that! Thanks for sharing this with me, good sir!