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Mar 4, 2008 | 3:26 PM EST
File Info
6 MB
5 min 15 sec
3.46 / 5.00

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Rated 3.46 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
686 Plays | 69 Downloads
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Electronic - Industrial

Author Comments

A song that comes from the heart for me. I worked hard on this and is one of my best, I think.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


This sounds like 80's stuff, very interesting track. Can barely understand the lyrics, but love the voice for the song style. The melody that kicks in at 1:01 is offkey with the rest of the tunes by the way, which is a turn off to me. The song's rather repetitive, you should add more variation to the tunes and the voice should stick out a bit more.

Still a nice tune though, could be great if polished enough.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great song!

Really liked this song!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

really needs improvement

There were some good ideas presented in this song, but they ended up clashing rather working with each other. For example, at 2:05, the two melodies introduced there did not match the bass line at all. You've got too many things going on. and on top of that, there's a vocal track that almost seems forgotten underneath all the parts. I'm not trying to be a jerk, but I just want you to know what could be done better. Try getting the parts in the right key to work out all the dissonance, and bring the vocals out.

Kilkashi responds:

I have tried to brighten the vocals more and fine tune it to where nothing clashed and such. All my other variations just didn't seem to work, and I always felt something was missing. I listened to it for about two hours and tried rerecording the vocals to get it right, but it was the second take and adding in the bass line and the filler synths after the chorus that I was finally satisfied with it.
I do appreciate the criticism, it helps me to improve.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Wow this is special !
I like your style. This is original, and sounds very underground professional, like the type of musician about to make it big not on the pop scence (god forbid) but for people with an actual taste of music.
Keep it up!

Kilkashi responds:

I do want fandom and fame and all that jazz, but I don't want to be considered pop and become crazy like Britney Spears and all them others who have to conform to current trends. I'd rather do what I feel I love and I am good at.
And who says that lyrics have to rhyme???