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Dec 12, 2007 | 5:10 PM EST
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5.4 MB
3 min 56 sec
3.83 / 5.00

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I hadn't written a song in a while, so I sat down and played that on my keyboard. Could use a bit more abstractions in my opinion, but meh.

I wish I could play the piano properly, though :P

Also - I know there's dissonance in the piece. I like it.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Perfect for murder houses

I always imagine some lone, demented man living in a crooked shack in the middle of nowhere, just rocking on a wheelchair, waiting.
It gives a very offsetting feeling(which is good in this case) and the crackle only strengthens that, and the warbly off-tune piano notes make it very sinister and just overall creepy. 10/10!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is really good

i was wondering if my band could use a bit of this...?


Rated 5 / 5 stars


i like it,jus so scary to download it :[ 10 stars 5 stars


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I love the radio sample in the beginning I always wanted that in one of my songs.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


just as a piano solo itself i actually like dis piece very much :D could use more variations and more stuff like you said, but it sounds nice overall..

That fuzzyness/wind sounds makes for a well produced creepy feel..nice intro melody, adds to the atmosphere. I think when you hit the first the first tritone it came into suddenly, and you could have constructed a better melody to more smoothly introduce the dissonance-but for the most part throughout the track the dissonance sounds very good and not overused, IMO-I love this kinda stuff. I think it could use more different rhythm schemes to add more diversity, it kinda sounds like your holding back in the start. Chords and lower notes blend nicely, and I especially love the thick clanging dissonant chord at 2:20ish...could conclusion...the melody in the end sounds real dark...after the note around 3:35 I personally would start throwing in fast right hand arpeggios, to dramatically finish the "interlude" and transition back into the beef of the track @_@

nice piano tone, the darkness adds some character, i like how the lower notes sustain well

anyways, just my 2 cents!