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Dec 27, 2010 | 10:39 PM EST
File Info
5.2 MB
3 min 46 sec
1.28 / 5.00

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Rated 1.28 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Drum N Bass

Author Comments

Inspired partly by Rob Dougan, partly by an opening for a Danish Advent Calender show, and yet again partly some themes from Pokémon games, I created this. The opening part was created a few days ago, and I idled a while on it (it was originally guitar), then, I created the rest of the song in a single day, the fastest I've finished something ever. It's also the longest piece I ever made, not counting remixes, of course (I only posted two here on Newgrounds, but I've some more, not worth posting, though). There are several subtle similarities with other obscure (or not so) works, too. Oh, and you might recognise the percussion line at about 1:24, as well. Enjoy the song.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


the bass is too round

the hi hat sonds like when you punch an old lady full of nickels

the pad in the beginning sounds like my mom after intercourse

the beep sounds like shit. on steroids

thq,M dsk..

the bass is too round

the beep sounds like shit. on steroids.

i'm gay if you haven't noticed




htmlcoderexe responds:

That was the weirdest review I've ever seen, but it made me laugh, especially the old lady intercourse part. (PokemonX? The webcomic? Really? Dude!)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good! But...

It's a good song, nice melody, seamless progression through the differente parts of the song, but it gets pretty repetitive sometimes... You should work on varying the beats, changing the melody sometimes. Overall, it's a great song, but could use some more work! :D

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htmlcoderexe responds:

Understood. It's a first time I do a piece longer than one and a half minute, so I certainly need more variation. I'd say your comment was a perfect example of "constructive criticism", a thing that's desired but unfortunately scarce these days... Thanks for your opinion ^_^