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Jul 21, 2007 | 6:29 PM EDT
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1.2 MB
1 min 16 sec
4.06 / 5.00

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Rated 4.06 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is the end result of two hours at Starbucks. What do you think? R/R please. :)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love Starbucks.

I love the song just as much as I love coffee. And that's saying something! 9/10! And a 5/5 =3

i2abbitz responds:

Haha! Thank you very much for taking the time to review. I had about 3 cups of coffee and 5 cigarettes while making this.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


good amount of music happening hear...with extra lead on the main part...I have no idea what im talking about, but the song was sweet, it was great, I listenend to it twice in a row, voted five and left this review with no summary and 9/10 starts while listening to the song again in the backround. then I submitted my revie-

i2abbitz responds:

i've just read your review and am now typing my response. i'd just like to say thank yo-


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very nice!

Loving the piano part, but it does sound a bit too organic for my tastes (not a bad thing). The strings, on the other hand, are extremely surreal; very majestic and melancholic at the same time. Overall a very moody piece, in my opinion. The beginning gave me a strange sense of nostalgia, as if I were standing atop a mountain; reminding myself of the better days. Then that key change comes in and I am once again reminded of how lonely I really am now.

Unfortunately, this piece only lasts just shy of a minute and twenty seconds... I would love to hear an expanded version, though. :)


i2abbitz responds:

Hey, I've posted a longer version of the piece. I hope you like it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


A treat for my Auditorial senses

i2abbitz responds:

And your review is a treat for me.
Thanks for the kind words.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


while i lack the techincal diction of the last reviewer, mjttomb, i can say that overall, this was a very pleasing piece of music. i can understand that the horns feel muted, and the cymbals feel half assed, but those are minor things that i think take this from a dramatic piece to background music. this would have a nice home in a very epic/dramatic setting if you brought the single horn to the foreground and made the precussion crisper.

having said that, the melody is very nice, and the piece feels complete. 9/10 5/5

i2abbitz responds:

I very much appreciate this review.
Again, I understand the importance of the crashes in an epic piece.
I want to try and move forward with this piece and see where it takes me with the improvements.
Thanks again!