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Oct 4, 2010 | 12:01 AM EDT
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7.3 MB
3 min 13 sec
4.37 / 5.00

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Rated 4.37 / 5 stars
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1,317 Plays | 200 Downloads
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Electronic - New Wave

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Mastered version here: /audio/listen/367464

By the way. This track is clipping.

If you actually want the perfectly mastered but quieter version that isn't clipping and that sounds way better, I just gave you the link.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Well man!? For real now.

The HELL you waiting for, put on the mastered version. Ill turn that "LOUD" if I want to, mastered + Loud = Even more Awesomness!

Get with it. Cause I love it. In other words...I'm hittin you up!
You get a 7/10 for the fact its not the mastered version. But it still kicks ass. so you also get a 5/5.

FEAST responds:



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I would agree with the rest of the reviews.

This, is an amazing work. The piano remains throughout the piece, the focal point of the song, and that's amazing considering the beats and the rest of the stuff you have going on in this.

Amazing. 5-10


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I was thinking if it was just Piano at first....

Then I looked at the genre, and bam! I got a "wave" of good beats that complimented the great piano work.

FEAST responds:

Haha yeah, I wanted this song to take you away - on a journey to the far away moonlit sands. Sailing into the sunset upon calm waters until the the beat takes hold, the lights flash, the lazers fly, and suddenly you are raving on a pirate ship through the caribbean paradise. Then you realize the song is on loop mode and you do it all over again yeah!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just. . .


FEAST responds:

I know my penis is huge.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

From start to finish

The piano in the beginning captivated me. Normally not a fan of New Wave but starting out on that note alone kept me listening. At 45secs in, was wondering where you're going with it and when the beat comes in at 54-55secs, you kept the piano evident without overpowering the beat to drown it out. I'd say, though not a fan of new wave, this is worthy of download for sure. 5 and 10.

FEAST responds:

Haha I'm not even sure this is new wave. Does anyone even know what new wave is? This song is new, and it's like a wave. So yeah. And it didn't fit in "trance" or "classical piano", not that I give a fuck. YA DIG?

What did you listen on?