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Feb 18, 2010 | 11:39 PM EST
File Info
5.4 MB
4 min 46 sec
4.11 / 5.00

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

Rated 4.11 / 5 stars
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692 Plays | 32 Downloads
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Author Comments

This song was a collaboration with vocalist Snail Bob and percussionist Kicking Kays. Not much to say, but I spent two months mixing and editing the tracks in this song. I hope you like it but please be constructive in any criticism.



Rated 0 / 5 stars

Eddy Vedder and Kirk Hammett had a retarded baby

Yeah, sounds like you listen to a lot of Metallica and Eddy Vedder. This song really took you two hole months to mix and it still sounds like this?

Your "drums" sound like a remix of your land lord knocking on your door for rent.

potatoxmosher responds:

Two months with free recording software, a handheld mic, and a $0 budget otherwise. I'm quite proud of the final result.

I quit listening to Metallica after their Justice for All album, and I have no idea who Eddy Vedder is.

Drums are done on a tribal-themed kit. Not to mention the drummer lives on the opposite side of the country.

Anyway, I greatly appreciate your opinion and hope I have been helpful in my response. Fans like you are the reason I do what I do.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

its cool

this is a pretty cool song u got. the beginning reminded me of "nothing else matters" by metallica. everything is great about this song except for the knocking noise that starts around the 2 minute mark. keep up the good work sir. (ps whats the name of ur band?)

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potatoxmosher responds:

That 'knocking' is actually an extremely tight snare drum that Kays uses in his kit, I honestly thought it added a tribal feel to the song.

This isn't really a band; more like a group of musicians who met on the internet. We're actually on opposite ends of the US, ranging from California to Ohio. I'll send you a link to our websites.