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May 6, 2006 | 8:55 AM EDT
File Info
3.4 MB
3 min 45 sec
3.29 / 5.00

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Rated 3.29 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
493 Plays | 306 Downloads
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Electronic - Techno

Author Comments

Very hard techno. Please make copies and send to your local church.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

scrumpterescently wicked sweet!!

DUDE ONE DAY I WANNA MAKE MUSIC JUST LIKE HTIS.. sept you know, original:) I try to be completley original on all my stuff :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Yikes! Hard tunage with a vengeful thumpedy-thumb with yer boots to the head.

Actually, this is such sweet stuff I want to eat it all up, despite the hard angry GRABLAHARGH! I'm supposed to get from this. But I do get a hard BLaglahar! beat from this, no doubt. I feel like I'm just waiting in a sea of chaos for my kick-ass wave of pain to come in, and then things are just BLAHAHARGH! DIE BLaDAMBAERGRAH! right at 1:01.

Then for a bit I feel like I've stopped to fight one momentous person, there's psychokinetic balls of fire and rubble and people flying everywhere as this goes on at 2:02, but an eerie calm sets as we keep kicking ass, most people stopping to watch.

Then we go back into the sea of carnage, and we're still fighting each other, and it gets a bit awkward because we keep killing our own men with our big bad ass battle. Then time slows down for that priceless blow to the jugular with a sword, or finally cocking your plasma-pistol right in his face.

I only have a few small complaints about this otherwise omg KALPAW little dark breakbeat masterpiece. Some of the VERY sudden and unexpected fade-outs from 2:36 to 2:54 seem to take away from the drive you just ressurected after a really, REALLY well placed lapse in the song from 2:02 to 2:32. (still got tingly listening to that sudden fade the second time :D). It isn't that the silent spikes aren't well placed, it's just that they could have been alot better in where, and how they were placed. The slow down from 2:51 to the end of the trippy segnemnt needs some production improvement here.

-This one goes to personal prefference. In the beginning of the song, you've got a neat little break with a doo...doo-doo...doo-doo... doo-doo... (faster than that obviously) that makes me quite happy. But when the first wavey part of the melody peals in the doo-doo and the melody clash in a not so good way in my head. Just a pinch there.

Again, Oh-my-god-kick-your-ass-bleeding-GRAHAAAA!!!

::slaps on a 5::

::hugs'n kisses::
-Zedar, The Scythe-Monger

dj-padman1 responds:

Firstly, my apologies for not getting back to you sooner. I honestly haven't checked the reviews for these songs for ages.
Makes me feel a bit guilty, considering the sheer effort you've undertaken in constructing another priceless review.
I've never heard such wonderful imagery, the fact that you can generate these descriptions spontaneously is astonishing! It sure makes my day :)
But amidst the colour and playful language, you have gotten to the heart of the track accurately and come up with some highly useful observations. I'm definitely in agreement about the drop outs and fade-outs (+ tempo changes). I felt that something was needed there, but as usual my implementation of the 'something' was a bit rough. I really need to step these things up production-wise. Also, your comment about the clashing in the start is duly noted. Although I tend to think that the clashing is by no means limited to the start ;)
Well, once again, you've impressed me with insight and creative expertise ;)

Catcha ya around!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Is what pirates say when they hear a kick ass song!

You sure love gabba... that means you are my newest friend. When you submit a song, you really should mark the song, y'now? So when you submit, then I KNOW that its you, and then I can review it =)
At the beginning of your tracks, heres a good example:
'Padman-Ramp it up'
Thats a good way to name your songs. Just put your name infront =)

Anyways, to the song.

Awesome drum work in te beignning. Distortion galore. I'd like to just hear more dynamics when you break into other parts of the song, like, at a transition, use a crash.
At the beginning, maybe if you used the crash after you brought those stirngs in, after maybe filtering them in? For more drama.

There is a melody in this... a very good, mixed with acid. Me likes. ALOT. But its getting a little bit distorted... compressors on the master channel, my friend.

Greeat use of FX, very enjoyable. Again, you get my 5 and a download. Thank you for the ear candy.
Keep it up =D

dj-padman1 responds:

Thanks for another review Mr XI. Hmm...crashes, excellent idea! Their power can not be underestimated.
Thanks for the useful review, but in my defence I do have a compressor and limiter on the master channel. Someday I just need to learn how the hell they work! :)

Keep cranking out the tunes man.