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Jul 28, 2009 | 6:22 PM EDT
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6.3 MB
7 min 49 sec
Score
2.55 / 5.00

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Rated 2.55 / 5 stars
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Experimental noise music

Reviews


FroFro

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Interesting

I'll admit that it is actually quite interesting for a little bit. I even might admit enjoying it a tad bit, but nothing really too great. A bit too much of the same annoying noise over and over. I think it would have been a tad bit better if you would have used some other random sound effects, but it kind of got repetitive, annoying, and useless to listen to the same thing over and over after awhile.

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InsanimationInsanimation

Rated 2 / 5 stars

A bit pointless

The intro was quite nice, surreal and creepy. The sorta thing you might find in a David Firth movie.

However, after 30 seconds, it just got a bit too much..No melody, no beat, nothing, just shrill noise. That's the sorta thing you could create quickly with a broken guitar and a messed up amp..Doesn't take much talent.

I applaud you for being original, but there is a thin line between original and crap. Maybe it would have been better if it had been a bit more subtle..

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CoopCoop

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Holiday in Cambodia

Sadly, the similarity with The Dead Kennedys hit song ends at the intro, as they actually launched into some music, rather than continuing on with the white noise. I think that the spectrum visualisation sums this up well, as 12 of the 14 bars are all bouncing off the upper limit.

It needs to be a lot shorter, as this isn't really a tune, more a collection of aggressive sound that drowns out the occasional guitar note that makes Slayer sound like a mellow band of troubadours, ready to give you a jolly good sing song while you're having an evening out at the local pub.

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nihilisticeq responds:

Music is for old people

Real men listen to noise


SoapbubbleSoapbubble

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Some sort of fetish?

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Score: 3 / 10
Summary: Some sort of fetish?
Review: Noise must be a fetish, because I can't understand this.

I'm probably not qualified to review this, as I don't see what's good about this piece.

At first, it just sounded surreal, ambient. I could like that. When the noise started, I had to turn down my volume. It sounded like bad quality screeches, which, I guess, is what it's supposed to sound like.

The only points I can give, are two for effort, and one for doing something different. It's not the same all throughout, and it's long, and as you said, experimental, so I guess it's worth something.

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nihilisticeq responds:

By your line of reasoning any type of music you subjectively dislike would be considered a fetish. Albeit some more perplexing then others I guess. Unless you are implying that I get off to noise music.


StepStep

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Ow, my ears...

This is really strange. I'm definitely not into noise music, so I don't really have much to say...

The noise is loud and has really low quality, plus it hurts your ears very quickly, and I definitely won't want to hear it for more than a few seconds. Plus, it's only that noise. There's no other sound to accompany it.

It's really hard to follow, and I couldn't listen to more than a few seconds of it. A lot of it comes in too suddenly, so you could at least try and build the noise up gradually.

Still, it's pretty long, and varied, so I guess you put some effort in it...
4/10
2/5

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