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Apr 26, 2008 | 10:55 AM EDT
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6.5 MB
2 min 51 sec
3.85 / 5.00

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Rated 3.85 / 5 stars
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Rated 0 / 5 stars


playing sounds horrible notes sound fucked up this just is terrible get some partice or clean ur piano but other then that it flowed well......kinda......nevermind

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


I dont like.. i'm sorry :)

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

My ears are bleeding

They honestly are, this has no musical value, and makes me want to through up. This is also in NO WAY classical.

I would prefer if it had some real instruments and if the sounds didn't kill your ears.

You can't say a song is good based on what it's supposed to be about.

FuckDemon responds:

You just don't see the MEANING behind the song. IT's a beautiful catalouge of the plight mankind has and is experiencing. If you can't see that, then you're as blind as and old woman with cataracts.

I am a genius, and only the blind can not see that.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

A good premise, but execution is lacking.

I will admit that this song has some merit behind itself; at first, around the middle section of the song, I got the impression of that of a ditty during a riddle from the Professor Layton DS game, in that it was simplistically inquisitive in its nature, offering a wide range of high tones without any actual structure to it. However, since such a game that this would fit in has already been released, I fear that the usefulness of this piece is not quite as apparent as it might have been beforehand.

Simply put, the most damaging aspect behind this submission exists in the extreme lack of background tones and accompanying bits that give depth and life to the piece as a whole. What we have here is really just a half-handed attempt (in the lightest sense of an already cruel-sounding description) at symmetry between the notes presented, a trial that does manage to reach some sort of organization at random points, but otherwise does not have a definite structure to discuss. At the very minimum, the concept of a bass background comes to mind as I listen to this song, one deeper than the lower pitch already presented, perhaps even as its own solo, in order to show contrasting sections within the song, a conflict present even within the very notes that comprise the piece.

I apologize for the verbosity of the above paragraphs, since they seem more of an over-exaggerated attempt at an "intellectual" review, but the short end of my observation remains that what began as an original submission was quickly battered down by the few different sequences it offered. Improvement, however, could certainly make this a far more enjoyable piece.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


It is driving me crazy, I feel as though I am being watched, I am very paranoid.

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