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Cyberpunk Death March (final)

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3 MB
3 min 15 sec
4.02 / 5.00

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Rated 4.02 / 5 stars
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Because no one demanded it! Here's a new version! More whistles, bells, bass, and guitar!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 26, 2007

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Great song! It was very ritmic, just like the assembly line. I think the chkska sounds is that scratch that goes from left to right.

soulmasking responds:

Thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed it. OHHHH that chkska sound! man I feel so stupid! Thanks again for your awesome rating and review it's very appreciated.



Rated 5 / 5 stars June 18, 2007

voted 5

Really amazing job with this! The whole time I was thinking about an assembly line with workers pounding on some random object. Really great job!
I like this song a lot. Its 'the perfect' industrial piece.

soulmasking responds:

Thank you, I really appreciate your words. I tried to improve on the orginal song and I am pleased with the outcome. I am equally pleased that you find it worthy of your praise. Thank you for your kind review.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 18, 2007

Some really cool sounds in here

There was a few really neat things going on in this. I liked how it lead in, I especially liked the one noise...uhm... chkska chkska chkska chkska Was neat. I like this one. Its neat. Though, I wish it had vocals.

soulmasking responds:

chkska... well that's obviously the... to be honest... I have no clue what sound you are talking about, BUT I am glad you enjoyed the song. I think this song is fine without me adding my vocals to it, so I wouldn't look for a "vox" version any time soon. Thanks for your review!