Author Comments

A mix of rock and electronica featuring my friend Jay on vocals. (Don't critique Jay too harshly please, he tried. And he wrote the lyrics too.)

Also, the original song was slower, but he thought it sounded better fast.


abit on the scratchy side

Hmm this was notbad, i really like how this starts off with the "SLOW" feel and some guitar, The "VOCALS" were actually ok, but there was some scratchy issues, so as the tune starts playing out it actually gets pretty good and flows very well with a much better quality, and really enjoy the "GUITAR" playing in this, just need to work on the scratchy sounds that come in, its always with the vocals, but still ok, i really liked what you have here and look forward to hear more from you, this was pretty good so keep up the awsome work.

As said there was a scratching feel in there with the vocals.


I think if your friend Jay put a little more.. not sure what you would call it, but emotion? It would be better, or, maybe I'm dumb, but it sounded like he was just standing there mumbling it.

Either way, good song.

Cutting-Christ responds:

He probably was. He never really wanted the vocals on the track; it was just for a guideline, but we never got another vocalist.

its pretty good

neat song

I give it a 10

Good job.


The Vocals aren't top notch, but stylistically they set this song apart. I do not generally enjoy this type of music, but this song caught my attention.

Cutting-Christ responds:

Thank you. ^_^

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4.11 / 5.00

Dec 31, 2007
7:59 PM EST
General Rock
File Info
3.7 MB
4 min 0 sec

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