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A Hero is Coming

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This song is based off of 'Valyrie Void' and 'Unreal Flash 3' by Alvin Hew. I got a modern inspiration from the wonderful work.

After the fall of the Preserve Provinces, the Grand Cities could only rely on the leadership of their provincial governors (who quickly began to lose control after the collapse of the Preserve Government). Some cities fell into anarchy, and many people deserted their once prosperous homes.

There is one city, Newshire, that has the potential to flourish and revive a fading hope that quietly sleeps in the people's hearts. One man has taken his title as 'Champion of the Grand Cities' and has vowed to save Newshire, and end the tyranny of the corrupt governors who promote destruction in their cities. The Champion will restore the Grand Cities to their former glory, and give people hope once again.

(This is also another sequel to Tracking a Killer, and Criminal Insanity -- two of my earlier songs).

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At first I wasn't a huge fan, but then I just let it repeat a bit. I especially like the ending, something about it is so good.

Bosa responds:


This track could accompany Firefighters, Police Officers, Military Personnel as they struggle with the anguish of manoeuvring their emergency vehicles through congested traffic in order to save a life...!

Bosa responds:

My thoughts exactly!

first though, wow sounds like a film with a lot of hacking involved and corruption, then i read the description :D u've conveyed the feeling well. i get chills at the last 15 secs XD.

Bosa responds:

Yes, it does have that effect!

Truly. Inspiring.

I must say that this piece is incredibly awe-inspiring and expresses your musical talent unbelievably. Following along with the story line in the description, I can practically see it unfolding while listening to this song. The perfect word to describe this is on the tip of my tongue yet I just cannot seem to remember what it is. So all I can settle with is "Wonderful work."

Bosa responds:

Thank you, Krysi. I spend a lot of days designing new music, so it is good to see much of it appreciated.

I really wasn't sure what I thought about this piece the first time I listened to it. The electronic noises that you chose stuck out quite a bit, some good, some strange to the ear. I will say, the more I listened the more they grew on me. Amazing sounds at 0:25; I can see your hero entering the city gates, seeing the rampant chaos and anarchy, and feeling for a moment despair, which is quickly replaced by determination and hope.

Great job on the strings, mixed very well. Is that NI Action Strings I hear? The percussion is wonderful, it really makes the piece. Good non-traditional (for the most part) chord progressions. I love the soaring violins from 1:08 until the end, especially the part where everything else drops out. The only real complaint I have is that the ending is a bit abrupt. It feels like the story is not quite over, musically at least. Fantastic job, Bosa.

Bosa responds:

It's not NI Action Strings.

Credits & Info


4.81 / 5.00

Jan 3, 2013
10:27 PM EST
File Info
3.7 MB
1 min 37 sec

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