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Nov 14, 2012 | 2:02 AM EST
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4.7 MB
3 min 26 sec
4.27 / 5.00

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Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Co-composed with my good friend, Josh Gawaldo.

Bass solo/vocals were me, as well as the original melodic/chordal theme. Josh is on guitar and did the mixing/mastering. We both developed the structure.

Also, I should note: Labbaik is an Arabic word meaning "We are here" that is used as a war cry for a regiment in the Pakistani army. We wanted a title that reflected the song well.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is the best thing I've heard on Newgrounds in weeks or even months, I had no idea you were this good, WOW. Absolutely huge orchestral arrangements, tight and fat guitar work, beastass drums, incredible atmosphere. Damn son.

Also I love the melodic work at 2:20 to 2:40, I have a very similar idea in some song and we came up with very similar ideas indepentently.

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bassfiddlejones responds:

Wow man, that's a fantastic compliment! I'm flattered. And it took forever to get that melodic part down with the bass and guitar. It mostly flowed from the chord structure we had in place already, which gives rise to that little bit of chromaticism you hear. Thanks a ton for the feedback. : )


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'll leave you to figure out where this should go. The music itself, is outstanding. It reminds me of two tribes in the dessert beginning their war between each other, each man with weapon and mask or one without the other. Both tribes would hold their ground evenly, so as not to let up slack. That is how I visualize your music. It's perfect in the sense that on your part, this is the finished product, so I don't feel any need to ask for revisions. It's reall great, so keep it up please. ;)

bassfiddlejones responds:

Thank you. :) I know my music is done right when it tells a story. Cheers for the review.