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Date
02/11/2013
File Info
Song
11 MB
6 min 3 sec
Score
2.53 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 2.53 / 5 stars
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Everything by this Song: ihatebeer

Genre: Synthpop

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ilovebeerilovebeer

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Sucks more thin Justin Bieber. LSDIES AND GENTLEMEN THIS IS THE WORST SING EVER!


ihatebeer responds:

Excuse me but you spelled "then", "LADIES" and "SONG" wrong.


Woolio1Woolio1

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The beat is quite clean, although it ends being a "kind of freaky!" song, that you would commonly listen on a hollywood casino, although the song needs more work, since the sequence can get to be repetitive, Good work!


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A-Quasi-DoctorA-Quasi-Doctor

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Please note I wrote this as I listened to this, so there may be some redundancy :3

My Prescription: Interesting start, but the main beat comes out strong and it's quite catchy! However, at 00:46 that background synth kind of overpowers the main synth and makes it sound jumbled and confusing. Your mastery of transitions has improved greatly since I last reviewed your work, especially prevalent at 01:07 with that impressive drop! That background synth I mentioned before, does not sit well, as you brought it back around 02:00. It also seems like you copy and pasted the song after 02:30. I know most artists like to have some repetition in their songs, and to a degree it is good, but there's not enough sustenance to be copy and pasted effectively. It seems like this song should have been around 3 minutes and cut cold turkey. The ending sequence at 04:17 I feel could have been used as a down tempo to slow down the song after 2:30, and then you could have copy and pasted the beat again there. I'm trying to make my descriptions as succinct as possible so hopefully they didn't lost clarity in the process. Overall, this was very impressive, but there is still a road ahead of you where you're bound to make mistakes, as all of us will in every walk of life. Keep working on your music, and if you truly love making it then you will master it, and I'm glad I could be a reviewer on your road to mastery!

Sincerely,
The Doctor


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