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This piece was inspired by the plucked string sound. After finding that sound those hammered riffs just wrote themselves.
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Uploaded: Dec 11, 2004 - 02:24:37 PM
Last Updated: Jan 02, 2005 - 01:38:45 PM Last Played: Feb 16, 2019 - 07:26:33 AM
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G5, no external hardware
Synths: ES2. Guitars and drums: Plugsound. Bass: ES1. Mastering by XARC.
said 5217 days ago (December 12th, 2004)
Thanks for the Ride
Very fusion-y and enjoyable.
said 5213 days ago (December 16th, 2004)
Great spin
This is a soundtrack for an action flick. Go, man, go.
Hammer down, wheels spinnin', mojo workin'. A song with

Thanks for the lift, Vic. 8-9-8-8
TennesseeVic said 5212 days ago (December 17th, 2004)
Great spin
Thanks for the comments, guys.

It does set your blood a-pumping, doesn't it?

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_nderscore said 5185 days ago (January 13th, 2005)
goin on a little trip..
crazee fun. needs a bridge or something to break it up a
bit. very cool, original & experimental
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oldlibmike said 5148 days ago (February 19th, 2005)
Very chaotic - more jazz than dance
I'd classify it as jazz or fusion-jazz but this is great! I
think if I danced to it, someone would jam a spoon into
my mouth to keep me from swallowing my tongue. But I
love the piece. Hard to say what to improve - maybe some
panning effects to give more sense of movement.
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TobinMueller said 5115 days ago (March 24th, 2005)
The Third Wave
Yes, I'd put this under jazz, mostly becuz listeners there
might appreciate it more. A very interesting fusion
experiment. Some very cool moments. I like the weird
choral stuff in the background and the electric guitar or
keytar stuff that starts midway thru. And the driving
hollow synth bass. reminds me of Third Wave jazz when
synth were just coming in. The ending vamp really
grooves... it ended too soon!
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CraizeeMusic said 5094 days ago (April 14th, 2005)
Kind of like...
a modern version of the Autobahn----Americanized. I loved the ambient voices in the mid-beginning. I would have loved to hear them a little more often. It gets the blood going, but give the ears a short break with a quieting bridge or something about three fourths of the way through. Great job!
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HunxtenProudfoot said 5079 days ago (April 29th, 2005)
tokyo big band
brings back memories of a brilliantly talented weird as heck
Japanese jazz outfit i saw years back..slightly manic yet
reassuringly smooth.. Lovely track man.
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btransue said 5047 days ago (May 31st, 2005)
get on your bike and ...

Your stuff is all infused with a great sense of humor. Having
fun listening to it all.
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TennesseeVic said 5047 days ago (June 1st, 2005)
get on your bike and ...
Thanks for listening!

Victor -- I review yours, you review mine, 'kay?
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Electronic dance music is a broad set of percussive music genres that largely inherit from 1970s disco music and, to some extent, the experimental pop music of Kraftwerk. Such music was originally borne of and popularized via regional nightclub scene

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