even if it is mindless...
i like it.
(what the hell is wrong with this guy? *points to the review below mine*)
(i gave you a 5/5)
Yah i had no idea what that guy was talking about... but then he also has the Hammer and Sickle of communist russia in his little icon so that might attribute to his weirdness :P Thanks for the review though :)
Afraid of weiner dogs?
We am provisionally giving you a six for perfectly capr turing a musical version of society's fear of dachshunds, noblest of dog breeds. your concept of music is completely flawed if you were to create something like this, apparently. i voted zero where it matters, without a condom at that. Lebal Drocer copywrights all material on this page and any other you ever create. in the time it took to type this your song has played enough to demote itself 2 stars. now 1 more. oops they're gone.
Uhmm, I'm pretty sure that if you are dumb enough to think doxophobia refers to the fear of a certain breed of DOG you shouldn't have voted... thanks for dropping the rating from a 3 to a 1.4....
...due to the lack of any other instruments. If it was an actual acoustic guitar it'd probably sound much nicer. That's not to say it doesn't sound good, because it does; it's just kind of soulless for such an emotional, mello sound. It's a good song though.
thank you for the review and yes, it is a somewhat bland song, but it does get supported when you listen to the song before it and the song after it, it really doesn't stand out as bland, although of course I have to post these songs each seperately so it loses that effect :) and yah, I wrote this on an acoustic guitar and then transposed it to a chorus guitar synth. I am going to be posting 2 newer songs tomorrow which I think are cool, one is Dire Dire Docks from Super Mario 64 transposed with a Square Purity as the lead and a piano as the background. It actually turned out pretty nice sounding and true to the original. The song that follows is called Snow (Interlude) which is a flanged piano loop which is only 2 minutes long (hence interlude) which goes very well along with Dire Dire Docks as sort of an LP feel. So tune in ;) hahaha