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May 16, 2013 | 7:24 PM EDT
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3.7 MB
1 min 37 sec
Score
4.19 / 5.00

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Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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my imaginary friends.

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FightingSeraphFightingSeraph

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Interesting take on a chiptune.

This sounds like something that Kirbopher would make if he hung out with Bunnymajs while taking mescaline and played Wizards and Warriors too many times. If anything, more people on NG ought to turn to you guys for their music needs.

Sound Design: The synths remind me of something that you would hear on the NES/Famicom or the TV show Captain N, but with a hint of psytrance mixed in. That and your drums weren't overpowering. Oh, and nice use of Industrial sounds.
Composition: For an experiment, the composition was very nice and I had to play it several times over. As I said before, this is definitely worthy of being used as BGM in a movie or a game. Truth is, I'm not much of a music critic, but I do know a good song when I hear it. As far as I'm concerned, this beats what gets put on TV and the radio.
Other: You sure took advantage of those new Audio Portal categories, didn't ya? Too bad they didn't include sections for Hardcore, Hardstyle, Breakbeat, Disco, and Jungle.

The Good:
-Original
-Great instrumentation
-Nice use of Techno drums and Industrial sounds
-Clever composition
-Versatile

The Bad:
-Nothing really

Overall: Here's a ten and you three ought to make some Schranz some time. (5/5)


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Deshiel responds:

One of the best reviews I've ever seen on this portal.

Sadly I don't know who Kirbopher is, but knowing that you've mentioned him must mean that he's some local badass huh.

I can only hope that the staff adds more and more distinctive subcategories, so that anybody has to fear the negativity of not fullfilling the category's standarts.