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Aug 19, 2012 | 10:20 PM EDT
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7.4 MB
3 min 14 sec
4.21 / 5.00

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My submission to the RAC7 -- I'm representing the USA.
GOD BLESS AMERICA, and please no seedz on the bun son.

One of my most intense pieces yet. You may be uninterested at first, but it gets better, or at least I hope it does. Let me know what you think, and let me know what changes need to be made if any.

The United States is my homeland, and honestly the nation's love for drama and power is what inspired me to release this piece for the contest. Something like saving a girl's life should be done with as much bravado and high drama as possible.

America the Beautiful.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

An amazing classical song.

This is the first time I've ever taken a listen to any of your song, and I gotta admit: this is just splendid work. That reminds me of certain war games. Truly American Power!

The intro began with a related style to a few songs made for Counter Strike: Condition Zero. The start of a campaign into the invaded city of New York City, it seems!

Dat twist at 0:48, that was a wise turn. Afterwards, the song sounds more like Call of Duty. American soldiers going through a Russian-invaded FBI headquater...and then getting spotted by Russian soldiers.

The calming part in the center all the way to 2:43 was nice and calming, showing that the American soldiers have made it alive through the Russian squad, but then get pinned down by the Russian leader at 2:44. A Sergeant Major known as Bosa jumps into the scene and kills the Russian leader, saving the day.

Overall, great song that can tell a bunch of different stories, with no mixing, mastering and composition faults; your piece is a splendid one. 5/5 stars.


Bosa responds:

Thank you, sir. I really do appreciate your deeply felt review.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

It makes me think of a a Halo/MetalGearSolid Music Hybrid that got tossed into boot camp.
Amazing O_O
I applaud you sir.

Bosa responds:

Thank you, my good fellow. I was inspired by Mass Effect somewhat. Although I wasn't a huge fan of the game, I dwelt inclined to make something a little more contemporary and something that would appeal to young listeners today.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Holy Crap this is amazing!!...i cant even review this piece would feel like J.Bieber reviewing Pink Floyd xD
I usually wish good luck with RAC but you dont need luck with this piece buddy!
So far its my favourite tied with Buoy's "Subpolar, Sublime"!

Bosa responds:

Thank you, man. Although I'm one of the worst, it still encourages me to know that I am a little appreciated for my compositions.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

You remind me of a very dear friend of mine, who is himself American, and whose deepest desire is to make young girls know how truly beautiful they are deep inside. T_T And he is a swordsman.

As far as musicality goes, I like how you've combined the best of music, orchestral and electronic, and put them into one nice package. It does remind me of Sonic in some places, though in some places, it's far too awesome for Sonic.

Just want to say how much I admire this piece, and I wish you all the best in the RAC!

Bosa responds:

Thank you very much. I was in fact inspired by modern American video games such as Mass Effect and Call of Duty.

But still, I'm nothing. You're the best that Newgrounds has to offer.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

The beginning was oddly interesting, yet lead off to awesome-ness. A very engaging piece. :D

Bosa responds:

Thank you. I'm glad it caught your attention.