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I've been around Newgrounds for some time and I starting playing around with flash, but as I would have submited some really crappy stuff, I thought it would be better to start with things I already know how to make... Sort of...

99.9% of the time I'm composing/producing rock music, but since I've heard some good dance tunes in the Audio Portal and since dance music is usually more appropriate for most of the flash submissions, I made this. It didn't take too long to make, but if you like it, next time I'll put more effort to it!

Enjoy! Or not... I'm utterly open to criticism...

ps. There is a Dream Theater reference in this. It's subtle and it doesn't involve samples, riffs or melodies (or any copyrighted material whatsoever, *hint!). So, what's left? Lets see if anyone gets it.

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Got me on the groove...

This is the type of songs that's made for the dance floor. Starts from slow, to fast and with the beats coming in, gets dancers onto their groove. Good one dude. Cheers :)

GlueR responds:

I'm not really proficient nor too much into dance music (despite being a keyboard player), but at least I try to keep an open mind... I'm glad you liked it!



ive been listening to alot of songs on here latley and this 1 has got to be my fav outa all of them, keep up the good work

GlueR responds:

Why, thank you! I'm really happy you liked it!

slow start ...but get better quickly

This start really slow for me, then after 30 seconds it like a shot of energy comes into play.
The dance style is strong in most parts. I could see it being used in a flash.
At the end it like death. Everything slows way dow slower and slower then nothing. Was it your intention to have everything stoop at 3:20 and have :10 of nothing? I reloaded the page watched again had it happen both times.
I don't know it it was, but if it was it was perfect. I never noticed in any other submissions. Seriously it makes the end perfect.

GlueR responds:

Thanks for the review! You almost got it! The "hidden" reference is in that 10 seconds. Oh, yes it is indeed intentional and you could hear better what happens there if you turn up your speakers after the last chord is played (try not to burn your speakers, though, in the loop change). I'm a sucker for endings. I always pay a lot of attention to them, despite the fact that radio and club DJs tend to cut them out.
I'm glad you liked it! If you do manage to figure out what the reference is, or even if you don't, PM me and I'll tell you!

It was acutally pretty nice man

Keep up the good work, your song's making my car looks like an earthquake, nice job. 10/10 5/5

GlueR responds:

Thanks for that! It's customary for woofers to enjoy these more than the rest of the speakers.

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Dec 13, 2008
2:38 PM EST
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6.4 MB
3 min 31 sec

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.