|11 February 2004|| Kiroo||I particularly like this track for the synth work, especially at the break-down ~3:30mins in.. The main melody seems a little tinny, perhaps it could be beefed up a bit? Otherwise, well done! another good track :O)|
|8 May 2004|| Marcan||The song is very mysterical, light melody is a good contrast for strong bass, although sometimes it gets lost in other tunes. I like it :)|
|23 January 2005|| JayB||This time I don't say anything about EQing, you know it...|
The chrashs and splashs are a bit much in the early beginning. They should get more and more during the whole Intro. You can try to let them fade in, or, I don't know if you've got reverb on the drums, you fade from completely wet to dry signal, that you first hear the cymbals like from far away; you could also do this with the other percussion at the beginning. I think that might be interesting. BD is short and spiecy, makes the whole groove, spiecy and funky. Maybe this resonant chord synth might be a bit quieter (the one with the bell/strings-similar sound). The rest is, like alredy said by the others, well done.
|29 November 2014|| Erik||I'm a huge fan of a-ha, precursors to the final verison of Take On Me include: The Juicyfruit song' and a ditty called Lesson One'. Both were made between '83 and '85. They hardly sold at all!.|
|11 December 2015|| Yancy||Yes. I like it. This will be a *very* interesting eerepimxnt. I will write some completely different lyrics and sing them and then we'll have two versions of the same song to decide between!|