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(HoS) Marathon C [Dead Zone]

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Sep 18, 2011 | 1:00 AM EDT
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6.5 MB
5 min 41 sec
4.38 / 5.00

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Rated 4.38 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

*This song is an ' Urban "Marathon" ' variation; the orchestrated version; of the "Derelict" Series of OST songs and relevant theme musics. Tell me how I did!

a dark Sci-Fi story set in the future in the wake of the horrors left behind by World War Three. Those who live still struggle to survive against not only civil unrest and political turmoil but far more terrible things in a decaying world.

*I specialize in making cinematic background music! Give me a message if u think you'd like me to make a song for a flash of yours. I'll make ya somethin' awesome!

*And be sure to check out the other songs on my page! It's good stuff!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


i feel stupid for never having taken the time to check your audio list completaly,only now i see how much potential many of your songs have.
you also know how to describe the background storys for your song :)

-Horakoeri(a new fan and fellow writer)

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HonorOfStyle responds:

Fellow Writer??? :D :D :D!!! Awesome!!! I'll wanna talk more in the future bout this! Nice!
Thanks too for the compliments! Up until now nobody has said anything bout the back storys on many of my newer songs, including this one. I was almost beginning to doubt whether it was worth the time to post. I suppose I shouldn't have doubted it after all. Thanks!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Stressing and intense

The intro (before the harps, aprox 1:30), make the "spectator" the sense of stressing in a persecution, later it appears to make in aztec ruins like tomb raider.
Minutes 2~4 the "spectator" senses there is in "the rock" film (as example, almost any action film would fit in it), and the final is "relative" calm down.

Sorry if I putted a lot of quotes.

Good job.

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HonorOfStyle responds:

And its really not a problem at all, the number of quotes. It helps actually. I really like to hear what you had to say. I enjoy seeing that other perspective other than my own, and it helps me understand better my own work. Thanks!