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Reviews for "LP - Plunder the Galaxy"

Fantastic.

True story, I went to a punk show this evening, and there was a band called "The Johnny Earthquake Band," and their lead singer was, in fact, a pirate. Like, if you saw him walking down the street, you'd say, "oh my god, it's a fucking pirate!" At any rate, this a very lengthy, intricate work, and must have taken you a good amount of time and effort. That said, I'm giving you a zero. ...naw, only kidding. ten.

You are god.

Not my favourite of yours but it's still awsome. :P

Ah, I can see it now...

"YAR, THOMAS FEEMWORTH. This be the LAST time you come aboard my ship and cross my plans to take over this wretched planet!"

"Not if I have anything to say about it, you undead PUNK! HIYAHHH!!!"

Definitely, definitely well suited for a space sort of battle between the protagonist and the pirates. It reminds me of the celestic days of Tales of Symphonia, while the guitar's WELL PLACED position gives it a more hardcore sense of "finality", that being a final confrontation that will decide the fate of the planet. I especially like the "sliding groove" beginning at about 2:00 that seems to course the song from its powerful beginning into the "lull" of music that aids to cover the expanse of the following battle.

Although there ARE some awkward moments in the music, such as the lighter notes towards the ending third of the song (which could be switched out for a more devious instrumental sound), in general, I view this as a wonderful piece to use as the climactic beginning to a war for control. This certianly has potential!

Erectronik responds:

I see ye enjoy te pirates, arrRRRRR
pirates > ninjas