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Nov 6, 2012 | 11:21 PM EST
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1.5 MB
1 min 39 sec
4.33 / 5.00

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Rated 4.33 / 5 stars
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A short Original song (full band) with vocals. Written (but never released) in 1978 now re-recorded and released to the public in 2012. Hope you like it.



Rated 2 / 5 stars

Really thought it was just straight up annoying sounding. Nothing special at all in this. Just sounded random. Reminds me of a really bad sounding Pink Floyd hidden track.

gamejunkie responds:

I guess not everyone is going to like my stuff. I've never assumed it would be to everyones liking. But I do appreciate the review anyway. I will say though even a 'bad sounding Pink Floyd hidden track' would be vastly better than most things submitted to NG, so I'll take that as a positive.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It seems to be alright, but it would be better without so much reverberation in the vocals. It is a bit much, even if you are trying to pull off the melow hippie thing. I don't know. The band is great.

gamejunkie responds:

Thanks for the review. Much appreciated.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The guitar track sounded slightly familiar as if I had heard being used in a different song. Although it may have been a piano instead.

The vocals are clear, the one bad part is when the vocalist backs away from the microphone since it becomes harder to hear them for a moment.

The guitar is crisp. The bass line provides a nice groove for the song. Lastly, the drums are easy going and nice to listen to.

Overall, good work.

gamejunkie responds:

Thanks SCTE3 your reviews are always very much appreciated.

Cheers gamejunkie.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Late 70's butter; amazingly trippy, sharp and clear sounding! Reminiscent of early Pink Floyd, which is no wonder... Gods, how old this is! This was a real treat, like an airplane bottle of very old scotch: not a lot there, but worth every drop. How was this originally recorded and remastered (tracks, equipment, software settings)?

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gamejunkie responds:

Thanks for the great review. Glad you liked it. Originally recorded on 8 Track. Simply transferred from 8 Track to Computer. The original tapes were still in pristine condition so next to no reworking was needed.

Cheers gamejunkie.