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Oct 12, 2014 | 2:39 AM EDT
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7.9 MB
3 min 24 sec
4.83 / 5.00

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Rated 4.83 / 5 stars
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Hello everybody! It has been over 9 months since my last submission. I have been working really hard to create a new style of music that suits myself and allows me to express my own individuality. While I'm not too sure if I have found it, I have written an EP within the last week. It's entirely dedicated to this one girl that I like. I don't like her, really... I'm actually deeply in love with her. I've been able to do nothing but write music for her so that I can try and say my feelings without using words.

Without any further ado, I bring to you the first song off of my Resurgence EP, 'Fluffy Hair, Fluffy Heart" ~ I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do! <3



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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice work! The bass and the drums give it a very distinct 80s vibe! The leads are also nicely put together and the melody goes down very easy. The vocal samples remind me of Michael Jackson for some reason, haha. Which isn't a bad thing. Though I do thing the timing or maybe the words themselves could be used more effectively. The sound quality of the recordings is a bit weak as well. That's about the only part of the song I can critique though. I really like the whole vibe of your song! Nice job, once again!

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Tripleton responds:

Thank you man, this is an AWESOME review! In response to my recordings, you're right. When I had the idea of adding additional vocal samples (since I originally started with the opening sample), it was under a different song name (this song has had at least 2 or 3 name changes before I decided on this one and I recorded the sample in another program and chopped it up in the DAW I use. As much as timing goes, I aligned it to go within the same rhythm as the song, but I didn't feel like distorting the sample too much and aligning it over the synths to hit dead on. There were also technical issues I was having within the final stages of the song, such as processor clipping and whatnot, but you get the idea. It was something that needed to be fixed but I didn't mind leaving as it was. :)

Again, thank you for the lovely review! <3


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I hope she likes it!