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Something I made in FL,

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Smooth, yet eerie type feeling. Seems empty, but that may be the height you were taking it to. Needs improvement, but what doesn't for us in NG right? All in all a decent beat. Keep making em.

When you get the chance, check our stuff out. thanks
http://remixf2d.newgrounds.com/

~Rymix

nietzlawe responds:

I haven't heard this song for ages. It sounds so quiet and empty, just like you said. It's one of them where you can hum the melody out a few times in your head, and then you go 'right, I'm bored, what do I do now?'

Thanks for taking the time to drop by and leave some comments.

When did you go to Florida?

I enjoyed the music about the same as the idea it gave me. I imagined myself being walked down a long corridor, on my way to the death chamber.
This was dark and heavy, with magic throughout. It created a scene in my head almost the moment I heard it. I aint skerd tah die, but I wanna deserve that passage and not just rot in my shell till it eventually comes around to tie up the loose ends. or something like that.

nietzlawe responds:

Made in Florida, good one that! Made me laugh.

Thanks for the feedback and scary visions.

Yes indeed.

I like this. Though repetitive, it's got a good rhythm and was enjoyable background music while I was dicking around in other tabs.

nietzlawe responds:

That's the spirit, its a good dicking around song.

Although...

It sounds like it was made in something more better than Fl. Probably the composer has the magic touch.

nietzlawe responds:

Everything I touch turns to gold, except for gold itself, that turns into my fingers.

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Jan 3, 2010
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Hip Hop - Modern
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3 min 30 sec

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