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Aug 4, 2008 | 5:55 PM EDT
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5.6 MB
6 min 8 sec
4.14 / 5.00

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This has already been uploaded, but I don't know what happened but the song got deleted somehow. So I am uploading this again.

Enjoy guys, (again!)




Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice piece!

Very sweet, sometimes it gets a bit boring for my taste but just in the next second it shows me that I am wrong..
Well done!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pleasure to listen to

Now that is good music. I luved the guitar at 1:54 reminded me of "HEAT".

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


awesome song and great guitar playing

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really good

I really liked the intro. It really was making sense with the solo later into the song. It felt kinda like the song was talking to me. It was nice to listen to, nice work

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very well

And here's your promised review.

A very subtle introduction that fits the piece very well. The wind sfx provides great atmosphere, but it doesn't really fit into the theme of the song, as you don't hear it much throughout the song. The synth pad is played beautifully, while the sound of it is a bit too raw and unfiltered for my taste. It is a bit misleading as well- I did NOT expect to hear guitar solos when I heard it the first time. I guess that's just a positive surprise!

I love the clean sound of the guitar that is introduced. Very beautiful chords with a fitting rhythmic pattern. The piano has a somewhat similar progression, it's almost like those two instruments play with each other- which they are doing very well. They complete each other in a way. The bass is simply fantastic. While the bassline is very simple, it just sounds great on its own as well as supporting the up and in front instruments in an amazing way. I would love to hear the bass just that little bit louder.

Then, the main attraction of the whole piece is of course the lead guitars- the one introduced at first plays a great melody- I get the impression right from the start that "wow - this guy can play his guitar". I just love how layered it all sounds when more guitar lines are introduced. I'm also loving the little acoustic sounding fills like the one from 2:07.

And the soloing from 2:21 are, well something that is great. I won't say much about it, it speaks for itself put simply.

I'm not so sure about the very drastic change in theme from the middle of the piece at first- but a little into the second part it really feels like the tune is progressing. I really like the drum work in that part. I'd like to hear that part a lot longer though, since reintroducing the intro and latter parts isn't that interesting.

Now the lot of guitar simply jumped out of nowhere at 4:52- no buildup at all or whatever. That is the only thing in the entire song that I think sounds rushed. I love that part either way so it isn't too important. The new solo at the very end of the piece is a mighty sweet addition, adds lots to the climax feeling in the end. Very wonderful.

Seems like you didn't take the time to make an outstanding ending, which is disappointing. It would leave me as a listener with more of a "wow, monster track" feeling if there was a very definite ending with emphasis on powerful percussive elements like you know deep toms and a crash and what not. It is very very called for. What you did is fine too, I guess.

Great stuff. You are apparently a very great songwriter and guitarist, which are two very very good things to be. I think I've only been praising every single aspect of the song to the skies (which is well deserved) in my review, and nothing else, but I don't care, the tune is so damn sweet.

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