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Cadence of the Setting Sun

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Jun 22, 2008 | 5:29 PM EDT
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5.4 MB
3 min 54 sec
3.79 / 5.00

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Rated 3.79 / 5 stars
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Not really in the mood to do anything with this box. So, please, vote and REVIEW, even if it's just dropping a line saying you like it (or hate it, either way I don't really care). The sliding glass bell part was courtesy of Spazbunny.

You know what, to hell with it. I'm going to do that thing that all the classical artists here on Newgrounds do, and explain the song for you, for no other reason than it will make me feel cool.

The first part you here, with the jungle sounding instruments, is suposed to be just that. A jungle, and the sun overhead. When the main melody kicks in, this shows the sun starting to set, and the glorious colors that come from it. When the AMAZINGLY beautiful piano part comes in, that shows the rather dull part of the sunset when the sun is falling behind the Earth, and nothing is really happening besides the sun changing colors. When the trumpets kick in, along with the main melody again and all the way up through the drop off, this is when the sun is behind the Earth and the sky is full of beautiful colors. The final piano part is after the sun is all the way down, and night takes over.

So there, you now have your overly long description of a semi-classical song.

You better fucking enjoy it (both the song and the description).



Rated 5 / 5 stars


This song is epically awesome. Usually I don't like this kind of music, but you opened my ears to the awesomeness of it! This is one of my favorites, thanks for making this. I love it.

Joobles responds:

You have just seriously brightened up my shitty day.

Thank you =D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I can't believe it, this song is amazing. After having a full days worth of work piled on to me on my day off I could not stop smiling. I love it. I love the piano. I love the drums. I love the trumpet. I just love this song. I'm loading it on to my iPod as I'm writing this review. You have just sky-rocketed yourself to no. 1 on my fav artist list. I really enjoyed the description too. And, I did fucking enjoy it.

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Joobles responds:

Dude, you're fucking amazing. You're positive reviews rock. This review just made my day =D It's people like you that make me enjoy putting my songs on Newgrounds.

I have a fan.

I is happy.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This song has a very interesting and well-developed percussive section, but I would suggest turning the other instruments down a few points, they tend to be a little loud. The piano part was really nice, it was a good concept to use it as a background for a sunset-scene. Except for the loudness, it was really good!

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Joobles responds:

Thanks for the review =D Although too loud? You should listen to my last two songs. They'll knock you off your ass =p


Rated 5 / 5 stars


OMG that was so fucking amazing!!! i just cant get enough of that description!!!!! please write another one!!!!!!! LOLZ!!! but really, great fucking song...yeah....well...kbye...

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Joobles responds:

Hey, you're review has been rated helpful by the magical Review Rating Fairy!!!