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Reviews for "Twaddles of a Flue Faker"

That beat, that harpsichord (?).

Very fucking cool concept for a song, the only Victorian Ballad I can really recall. Good choice in vocaloid, awesome beat, good samples, great mixing. Everything comes together rather nicely and it creates a really unique experience. There's not really anything I have to compare this to to provide better critique.

However, one thing is that "Laissez" is pronounced Lah-SAY, not LAY-siz. Additionally, the opening chorus sound more unnatural than the rest of the choruses. I'm not sure whether this is intentional or a result of there being less musical elements to cover it, but it's an issue for a very short period and only affects the track in a minor way.

steampianist responds:

Ahh well i think the pronounciation varies depending on the dialect.

Anothing thing is oliver (the vocaloid) sounded funny when saying Lah Say so we went with Lay Sez and decided not to make the Z silent cos it sounds like his saying "lazy fare" plus his 12 and an urchin i think correct pronounciations is the least of his worries hehehe

anyway thanks for the review really appreciate. As for the intro thats the result of either over compression on the vocaloid or lack of details in tuning

Man, I've never heard anything like this before and I really, REALLY like it! Thanks for the jams!
Keep doing what you're doing!

steampianist responds:

Thanks bro

Besides of the good music: I never care about the lyrics.. but these are really bizarre and mysterious.. which I like. nice!! :)

steampianist responds:

thank you very much

I love it and I really like the creepy feel of it. You have inspired me to wanna make music again :D

steampianist responds:

glad you decided to make music again
thanks for the review

sounds like circus fanfare music backed with a choir boy vocals

steampianist responds:

lolz listen to logical pink gizmo and the ginger breadman

thanks for the review