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Feb 25, 2012 | 12:55 PM EST
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8.7 MB
3 min 49 sec
4.51 / 5.00

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Rated 4.51 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Drum N Bass

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The stars are right! >:3




Rated 5 / 5 stars

This seems like you mixed Techstep, Neurofunk, and Darkstep together.

As a fan of those three D&B styles, I have to say that you did an excellent job at this. I wonder why hasn't anyone else reviewed this? Anyways...

Sound design: As said before, this feels like a mix between those three styles rather than being one of them. However, there's nothing wrong with that since you did a great job. Interesting take on a breakbeat, which keeps things fresh. On the other hand, the snare could have been more powerful.
Composition: I think this has quite an evil feel to go with the name you chose. This was one of the more interesting songs in the genre composition-wise. The scores used were very fitting given the theme, and I wouldn't have it any other way unless it were catchy.
Other: I say that this is an experiment done right.

The Good:
-Nice sound
-Interesting mix of genres
-Clever composition
-Fresh take on a breakbeat

The Bad:
-Could have used a more powerful snare

Overall: Here's a ten from me. (5/5)

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AliceMako responds:

It's way too novel for it's own good, stewie doesn't like change.

This being well over a year old i'd say the puny snare is due to my drumbus management at the time.

You leave the best reviews btw, it's like a rockjournalist writing me up in a magazine.