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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.


Wow, nice work!

I can already imagine this song as part of original score for next Prince of Persia game/movie :)!

bassfiddlejones responds:

Sounds good to me! Thanks for the review :D

really great tone in that bass. do you play french or german bow? also what are you recording with, whatever it was really picked up the depth of that instrument extremely well. I could totally see this in a movie that takes place in the desert. really great man!!

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bassfiddlejones responds:

Thanks! I use a german style bow, I find it allows me to be more aggressive while still maintaining a level of finesse. I think that when we recorded this we had a Shure, maybe a KSM of some sort? My friend has since upgraded to a Neumann. At any rate, glad you liked the piece man!

This is movie quality.

bassfiddlejones responds:

Thank you : ) We spent a lot of time on it.

This totally reminds me of my prince of persia "Sands of time" game. Damn, that was one kick-ass game, and this is a stone cold groove!

bassfiddlejones responds:

Thanks man, glad you enjoyed it!

Fantastic! I get why this is on the front page. In my review of the other song "Deus Vult" I said the metal and orchestral instruments should be more balanced out (and with metal instruments I meant the guitar(s) and drums as in the style metal, not the material). In this song the two styles complement each other much better. Neither overbears. Perfect balance. Great job the two of you.

bassfiddlejones responds:

Another review, thank you! I'm happy you liked this piece. We've got some pretty neat stuff coming up soon, too. :)

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Credits & Info

4.27 / 5.00

Nov 14, 2012
2:02 AM EST
File Info
4.7 MB
3 min 26 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.