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This is a Video Game song inspired by the Klonoa soundtracks, I played that game very often when I was about six years old. Loved that Sitar-sounds so I decided to create an own video game song with that instrument. Of course it's not as upbeat or energetic as my usual songs.
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Thath song don't remember me nothing but it's a we'll song

Interesting Sounds.

It DOES surprisingly sound like a song out of a Klonoa game. Like to me, being a big Klonoa fan myself. It sounds like a desert by the name of Kira Jowa (Kira Howa)

Edit 11/13/18 (seven years later):
Love this piece just as much now as I did then.
A little more in depth this time.
The style to me sounds closer to Klonoa DtP on PS1 than it's sequel on PS2.
This is most likely due to how the instruments play and move.
As for where the name Kira Jowa came from... I think I came up with that on spot. It was the name that spontaneously came to mind whilst listening.

PS: I'm such a dork I have all eight released Klonoa games. :3

i think i know whats missing...

some soft / faignt snares, im playing it in my head and thats whats suiting it best

The tip of my tongue...or ear

A really calm yet somehow excited piece. I was expecting something soft and light, profound and divine, but instead found a song that mixed ambiance and hip hop... But as nice and full as this is it feels... like its missing something... something behind the beat... and i hate to leave you hanging but i just can't place it! *sigh* So useless... other than that its a good song. It really is a masterpiece.

This is awesome, BUT....

it's a tiny bit plain. :/

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Uploaded
Aug 10, 2010
4:29 AM EDT
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4.1 MB
2 min 35 sec

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