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Nov 27, 2010 | 6:11 PM EST
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7.8 MB
6 min 4 sec
4.41 / 5.00

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Rated 4.41 / 5 stars
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It may start a bit slow but this song progresses alot.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really awesome! You mix a lot of different musical styles in this one, especially the weird breaks in the middle. One of my favorites of yours, nice job!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This song goes all over the place.. and all of those places I like very much indeed.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I can't ímagine why I had to look hard to find this one (checking your uploads cause i stumbled upon another of your creations), because this is something that really makes me crank up my headphones :-O

I mean, wth?! Totally awesome, can't even start to describe how and why, so just live with it!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Has issues, but don't we all?

I really like the weird funk that this song has. However, I feel that the vocal clips kinda kill it at certain points, especially the break from the beginning at 1:00.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely Incredible

Frankly, I don't think I've ever heard anything quite like this on the portal. I've never heard any one song so skillfully combine and unify so many different themes and musical ideas into one composition without sounding schizophrenic. I can hardly believe I'm not joking as I'm typing this, but this track starts off with a gnarly, acid tinted hard techno chorus, slips into a hard electro line, samples the 1959 hit Shout, and SLAMS into a post-apocalyptic chiptune breakdown with glitchy beats. It breaks down to just the chiptune and samples Shout again, and then the melodies totally change again, while still retaining the same mood. Then the sample comes back, and it's sliced and chopped into the beat. After that, the track kicks into overdrive. Key change. The sample of Shout start losing its mind, accompanied by a sick beat and a mean bass line. This builds into what is EASILY one of the SICKEST electro bits I've ever heard. Then Fantomenk's trademark chiptune square blipping away. Another key change. Brand new melodies, brand new bassline. Quick little chorus, a sick break, and then a whole new part of the song starts. Brand new instruments. A vibrato'd saw comes in and wails off a SICK melody. More chirps from the square, and the beat hasn't taken a break for this ENTIRE masterpiece.
I wish I could write more, but I don't have time. My hat goes off to you, sir.

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Fantomenk responds:

Thanks alot!

This review means so much more than 2000 ten pointers would do. Thanks for taking time to listen and write!