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Commando (Suite) - part 4 of 6

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Nov 30, 2006 | 1:44 AM EST
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1.5 MB
1 min 39 sec
4.10 / 5.00

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Subtitle: "Hymn for the fallen" - there is no battle without sacrifice and death.Revs pls!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Do I even have to say amazing?

You have the amazing ability recreate any scene with music. All of the subtitles so far have been 100% to what the music shows. Please make more music other than Commando.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


As I listened to this piece I can't help but think of my friends overseas at this moment, and the one that was almost killed, and the ones that weren't so lucky, and how when I join them over there, I may not be coming home either. Very good piece, keep up the good work.

madboss responds:

I'm terribly sorry to hear about your friends and what happened - or what could happen to them. I wish them luck and I hope that you and your friends will survive it with health in your body and soul.

Thanks for your comments on this piece. I'm happy that you liked it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Once again, this is very Crimson Tide-ish. I've always loved choiral work myself. I liked the use of the acoustical guitar yet again, it provided a bit more variety than the same old strings and choir. The only problem is that it cuts off way too abruptly.

madboss responds:

Yes I know - but since this 6 songs was meant to be a big one track I had to cut it somewhere. Downoad all the 6 play them in winamp with crossfade on 2 secs. and you'll get a 17 min. constant track.

I'm glad you liked this piece again!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Now that you released the other ones, i shall review the three of them in a row at once.

Let's see, then.

From the beginning, it does sound like a funeral, with the deep choir. Of course, the long strings are there to make it more beautiful. The guitar melody is ... unusual. In funeral themes, there isn't much melody and that melody is at the same time melancholic and cheering. It sounds like this to me :
"My friends, my brothers, you fought in the battlefield, and fell. You are finally free from the hell. However, know that your sacrifices were not vain. We won..."

Well, that's all i hear. Great job! You deserve a 5! Here.

madboss responds:

Thanks! I thought about to use the guitarre because I've already used it in part 2 and I thought I could bring some continuity to the parts - and as denvermagi said you could imagine the same friends/soldiers under it. And abaout unusuality: I'm a really experimenting guy I love to try out new things so I thought why not - and I put the guitarre under this song.
Your images are - as usual - great and uplifting!
Thanks again for your rev and points!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Once more, if you please

I am going nuts over this commando thing, this makes four pieces in a row to get straight 10s from me. You are talented.

This song makes me think of a soldier kneeling next to a fallen comrade. The acoustic guitar makes me think that this is perhaps the same two that were standing together in part 2. The sad, slow tones of the choir says to me that the soldier is dead. Though this song is short, it does get the point across. The crescendo over the last few second says that this guy is very angry and that he is going to get revenge. (I certainly hope so.) Bravo once more.

madboss responds:

I'm happy that my songs can reach you 10 points. Well to be honest this was the easyest part of the 6 songs (well with the 2nd part I think - these two were made really fast). And yes the image is definitely the same. Glad you liked it!