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Corruption of the Heart

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Sep 2, 2009 | 8:44 AM EDT
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6 MB
4 min 22 sec
Score
4.38 / 5.00

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Rated 4.38 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Piano, strings, and pulsing drums in a dark, creepy sort of setting. Not much else to say, as I prefer to let listeners tell me what they see when they listen. :D

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KillerboyoKillerboyo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Has anyone told you that these creppy songs make great video game background music?



GAT-X3000GAT-X3000

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Sounds like "Silent Hill"

What struck me was the fact that this song has a very massive "Silent Hill" feeling, and it really does sound like the game's soundtrack, exactly the same instruments and sounds, and most of all, it has the same, simple, but creepy sensation to it. All of it sounds a lot like the game, only detail is the drum beat that doesn't sound like the game's music. But enough of "Silent Hill", let's get back to your song; honestly it's good, but it's not really my type of thing. None the less this song is perfect for any horror themed game or film/animation... it's fucking creepy too... brrr...
Ok, scene time:

The scene takes place in the middle of the woods, where there's a lonely wooden house. Rain pours heavily from the dark grey sky. Inside the house is a man, who has lived a terrible tragedy. He lost his son a couple years back, who died from a disease which was impossible to cure. Since then his life has never been the same, life had become pointless to him. After his wife had left, filled with despair, he decided to go out and live all alone, away from the rest of the world. Since then he lives out in the woods, where rain pours all day, every day, and where nobody comes down to see him.
But one day, as thunder was roaring in the air and rain falling powerfully like usual, he hears a knock at the door. At first, he believes it's just the thunder, but there's another knock. He slowly walks to the door, and after waiting for a few seconds, opens it. He then sees another man outside, wearing a long black rain coat, and who's head is covered by a hood. "What do you want?" he asks. After waiting a while, the man in the rain coat answers from a deep voice: "Don't believe other people's lies.". Intrigued, the man asks "What do you mean?". After another moment of silence, then the man in the rain coat says:
"Your son is still alive." and disappears into the fog and rain.
The man, then stays at his door step, not knowing what to say, not knowing what to do. He just stays there, alone once again, not knowing what to believe...

GX3


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DianaCalamityDianaCalamity

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm glad you exist.

This is quite grand, I can see it used many different ways. I'm sure you've seen the series "Dexter"? It would fit eloquently. I can see you messing around on your keyboard and pressing the perfect notes that sparked this piece to come out. At least that's how alot of mine have happened, just fooling around, it ends up sounding nice and then I add more and more. Yet unlike you I have yet to master recording and haven't purchased anything required to put it on the internets. So until I find a form of currency, I'm glad you exist.

P.S. Even after I have said flammable dollars in my posession, I'll still be glad you exist. I promise. Keep going, I can't wait to see your name in the credits of the next blockbuster film.


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SleeteyeSleeteye

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent Ambience

Excellent - I use Newgrounds a lot to look for music, tends to be better quality than anywhere else; as yours proves. After glancing through a few of yours I've decided this is my favourite. =)
Keep it up, this one would work well over a subtle character video I reckon.


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TheLizardofOdd responds:

Thank you very much! Your words are kind and muchly appreciated. :)


GrinbergGrinberg

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good

Very good, name is very fitting also.

5/5 10/10


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