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A Kitty Krew Apology A Kitty Krew Apology

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Parodies are usually pretty creative.

Hey at least the lyrics show alot more thought than most (all?) of the KK flashes lol. I give you props for a pretty well-made parody; at least there is some tangible quality to this. You can't really say that it's bad at all, it's a fun listen for people who are pretty understanding in the NG culture.

But we all know that you're not really sorry for all those flashes haha.

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Kayomani (remix) Kayomani (remix)

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I've always enjoyed female voices.

Voices add character to music and it really makes this remix interesting. I like how you utilized her voice samples. The beat is really enjoyable as well. Keep pumping out stuff like this! Hope to hear more from you soon.

DJExcalibur responds:

Thanks. I like it how i managed to actually compose every aspect of the song using my keyboard unlike those cheap bastards who use someone elses loops and compile them together to make their 'own song'. Anyway, thanks for the review. More songs soon.

The Devil Went Down To Georgia The Devil Went Down To Georgia

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Tribute to a good song

It's harder but not as lively, but it's a great cover. The voice is very clear, well done on that! The live instruments are always great to listen to when done right. Keep up the great covers.

HackMaster321 responds:

Thanks a lot man. I may not be the greatest, but hey, I do what I love :-P. I actually am a lot better at making my own music:

GO28 GO28

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting track too!

I really liked the last part of the track, it was pretty bold. It actully caught me by surprise cause I wasn't expecting it at all. I just happened to be reviewing everything on the newly submitted and 27 and 28 were right next to each other. Keep up that ineteresting style you do!

GO27 GO27

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Definately different.

What is that sample of? Sounds like the stuff where you would record your voice and distort it with your keyboard. But it was well done in the way where that it would have a recognizeable beat and rhythm. It's very unorthodox, so it would be hard to categorize it under anything really, but lots of credit for trying something original. Very strange, but enjoyable.

.:A Long Time:. .:A Long Time:.

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty good stuff

Nice and simple. If you were able to make it so it loops seamlessly it would be very usable in flash and game projects. The break in the beat was a good thing for the track. Sounds as if you're getting back in the groove; can't wait to hear more from you.

STAgeZ responds:


you will always be... you will always be...

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Music that sets the mood

It's simplistic but the beat and rhythm are very effective. A very dark and foreboding track and is very useable in all kinds of projects. There is a slight problem with volume fade in the beginning but thats always fixable. The addition of instruments was very fluent. This stuff is definately your strong suit. Keep it up!

AlmightyLemon responds:

thanks again man.

Getting Over It Getting Over It

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The effort is there.

It just seems like you need some tools to work with because it sounds like it was meant more for the BGM of Wolfenstien rather than anything new. You have an honest beat and rhythm going on, but the sounds that you are using dosen't give it justice. Keep it up, but look around for other software that you can use to really improve your sound.

EvilAnimator responds:

Well i got a new music program, maybe that will help.

Nano-Knight Nano-Knight

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Play Wipeout Before?

I enjoyed the deversity of this particular track, there was lots to listen to as the track continued. It has the sound from the Wipeout series which has an airy and futuristic speed to it. It transitions into itself well because I may have listened to it 2 or 3 times without realizing that it has looped. It is definately something to be proud of and I'm looking forward to hearing more of your work!

Mataro responds:

Actually no, I haven't played Wipeout lol =D. Thanks a lot, I'm happy to hear you enjoyed it ^^. And don't worry, more songs are already on the go =p.

Three step monkey fist (short) Three step monkey fist (short)

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Soft striking but good listening

The intro wasn't that bad and it ended in the same way so it was well prepared. The song in it's entirety was soft in volume, the master volume could have been raised a bit to give the experience a little more punch. The beat break in the middle was a welcome change from the regular track. The rythym was easy to listen to as well. It sounds like you can apply this as BGM to sneaking and covert situations rather than outright fighting senarios. It was a good listen, and I hope to hear more from you!

phoenixdk responds:

Thanks for the review!
I have to say, I agree with pretty much all you had to say. To explain, I always keep the volume a bit low, since soft volumes can be boosted without problems, but loud volumes (beyond clipping at 0 dB) cannot be easily restored.
As for the title and description, I'm not referring to it's use in, say, a flash animation, but rather what the track sounds like to me. It was made with a scene like that playing in my mind's own little cinema.