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Uploaded
Apr 20, 2007 | 6:55 PM EDT
File Info
Song
2.6 MB
2 min 49 sec
Score
4.26 / 5.00

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Rated 4.26 / 5 stars
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1,514 Plays | 148 Downloads
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Electronic - Trance
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Author Comments

A remix of an old Irish folk song called "The girl I left behind"

Reviews


endlessnumberendlessnumber

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Irish

I like the leads and the simultaneous melodies, the detuned gives it an interesting color.

I don't like the middle section / dissonance

Very original. I agree with the guy before me, you should make more Irish remixes.

5/5.


DjHyperCouch responds:

I'm working on one now, I'll try to stick to the original melodies as much as possible next time, glad you liked it.


BlackPlasticBlackPlastic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

((VOTED 5))

LOL dude irish music fucking rocks. You dont hear it that much on this site but now I remember how much I love it. I dont know what makes irish music so distinct but you can tell its irish from a mile away. I noticed that at certain parts you started to kind of stray away from the irish music and went into a little new age drum thing. I mean it was good but I was disapointed when the irishness started to go away. Anyway it was a great song and worthy of my 5. Good job.


DjHyperCouch responds:

The Irishness did come back at the end, though the beginning and end melodies are so similar you probably, and understandably, dismissed as the song just looping. I also just decided to do something original with the middle, because the actual song "The girl I left behind" is quite repetitive, And I also thought the song was almost 'too happy', so I decided to add a dark secondary melody line to balance it out. But when people think of Irish drinking songs, they tend to think of this melody, so I decided to do something familiar. Glad you love it. Even though it's my song, I never get tired of listening to it. I love Irish music as well and might make more "Irish raves", which in my opinion should be a new genre.