Dude, I recommend this song to be into the WWE playlist. It gives the wrestlers just what they needed as morale booster. Cheers :)
Hahaha! Yeah! I had some kind of wrestling in mind when doing this! :-)
This is briliant!
You really got some great skills making songs! and this really deserves a better place in general rock. XD
Well, thank you very much! Your comment is greatly appreciated! I too hope that the voting system was a bit fairer, but what can you do?
You know this song is very interesting in a stylistic way
It stasr out in a very set style then just before the first minute it completely changes.
then about 1 minute and a half changes back to the original style, then back again around minute 2
Then 2:40 it sounds like a tornado...it an odd way I like it.
You didn't write a description what you were doing with this song.
It sounds like a jam song to me in way.
Thanks for the review!
You're right, I'll have to add a better description to the song!
Other than that, this song fits my general style of composing. I don't like to stick to one style. Not even one style at a time. I like to surprise the listener musically, I don't want him to know where the song is headed. What this song signifies to me is how I get mad about something. It's one of the very few songs I've done that I was so emotionally motivated. And trust me to say that I usually make fun of people that are always angry, or always in love, or always happy and then express that same feeling in each of their songs, or paintings, sculptures, animations etc... This was probably one of the very few cases that this happened to me. My anger coincided with a creative urge at that time and I felt the need to combine them.
So, what's going on here, is that I'm never engulfed in rage. Even my anger, frustration or sadness is expressed casually, as if in a merry melody and if I'm starting to get enraged, I sit back and do some soul searching to see what's wrong with me and why any feeling I've got came to be. That's what those transitions are all about. While writing this, I actually had those emotional changes and they came out naturally. I couldn't even have a single solo in this. I felt I had to have two, side by side. Then it was just a matter of structuring those ideas into a complete song, record it, produce it, master it etc... After all that, I felt a lot better!
I hope this clarifies a few things for you. I'm really glad that in a way those emotional changes were apparent to you and I'm really glad you asked about them! Cheers!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.