I've been listening you for a long time and waited and waited. Where are you? You made awesome music said you're planning to make more, Then disapear. If you ever see this, Your fans are waiting and are wishing for more! Please respond soon.
Okay, where to start?
How about a "Hey! It's been a long time since my last review." :P
That settles it for my absence. Now, how about this song. I'll start by saying that, even when you do something TOTALLY different than usual, you still make it sound like if you own the "World of odd feelings". (You do remember, right? ;) )
Anyways, at the beginning of the song, the smooth melody got me wondering on the whole song, knowing what you usually do. But I realised that, by keeping the melody going through the song, the melody becomes just like the identity of it. I always felt like it had to come back at least one more time... And one more time... And, well, you know what I mean. Even the drums "calls" the melody back.
Of course, even after that last review, I never stopped listenning to your music. So, I wouldn't be a good reviewer or even a good fan if I didn't recognize your sound. The your bass is still present and, I hope so, will always be. :) Also, "All Systems Go" isn't a smooth dance song (like I could've thought at first), it's an all-out dance song. Just like a train that starts slow but, once it attains it's pace, it doesn't stop until it arrives at destination. Plus, with every little sound hidden in this song, I couldn't listen to it the same way twice, which makes it quite awesome.
In conclusion, I'm impressed. Even with a dance song, you're still a music God to me. Your steady and strong pace is always awesome to listen to.
Once again, so much diversity and creativity. Appreciated. :P
great work man, i'm checking out some of your music and still haven't found one i didn't like.
keep up the awesomeness!
I listen to most of your songs and this is still one of the best ones you have made. Would like to hear more stuff like this from you.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.