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Fears Release      [GP5]   [134 hits]   [Version: 2]   [Id: 105620]
Artist: Open Competition Feb 2009
File Size: 84.9 KB     Number of Tracks: 5
Submitted by: daniel9388  (All tabs)  on 12 Feb 2009 13:02, commenting:
Its a metal tune. I hope you all like it. Use RSE.
Validated by blackiel on 12 Feb 2009 14:01


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the theme is actually funny
and it seems well writen
yeah, a lot of ideas, finely sticked, and well produced

not STUNING, but good

perhaps the only notable complain could be the outro, too too too random.
But the song is good

well congrats, you can be sure all this I've said I don't say it too often.

Rating: 3.5

Posted by stockle  {{ 15 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 12 Feb 2009 18:25

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Thanks I know the ending is a bit goofy and unpredicted but I wanted to end with something different. I wanted the listener to feel different than he/she felt in the beginning of the song.

Posted by daniel9388  {{ 33 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 12 Feb 2009 18:29

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Man I don't know if your music is meant to be funny.

But seriously. I was grinning in disbelief at this song, originally I got the impression it would sound interesting, then horrible, and then as time went on I grew accustomed to the weirdness of the song, and somehow it actually started sounding good.

The first riff sounded pretty cool, then at bar 4 it got a bit weird, and then at bar 7 someone just smacked me in the face with a shovel.

I don't know if you're aware of how utterly dissonant this part was, but it's sickening to the ears, and it's almost unbearable, until the keyboard comes in. For some weird reason I cannot explain that keyboard part made me feel like satan was coming at me full speed, and it made it all the more awesome.

Verse 1 is just weird man, the riffs, the drums, the rhythms, it's just so damn odd.

The breakdown is interesting, and the lead actually sounds pretty decent.

Nice lead up with the snare drum for Verse 2, really brought up the energy of the song.

The bridge part seems like the most focused part of your song. Like that part, you really got it to sound exactly how you wanted it to. I think if you really worked at composing you could write some cool, evil sounding songs.

After that the Build Up and Outro are just weird, and not in the interesting way they were before...

I don't know man, this is... I've said it like 6 times now, weird. But you got some really cool vibes at some parts, some cool rhyhtmic ideas. With a bit more knowledge on making your instruments work harmonically I think you'd write some pretty interesting metal tunes.

It's a 3 from me... for having a very unusual, strange, yet interesting song.

Posted by JazzDeath  {{ 22 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 12 Feb 2009 22:46

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For the record I am starting a spoof cookie monster metal band, so there is some comedy to the songs. Thanks for the input jazzdeath.

Posted by daniel9388  {{ 33 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 12 Feb 2009 23:11

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I can't say I'm a huge fan of this sort of music - it's simply too odd for my liking. Random ideas, yet they don't sound INCREDIBLY awful - you somehow manage to keep... some form of a song here, which I find rather amazing. It's strange - I look at the tab, and I feel that this is going to sound terrible, but... it doesn't quite. Anyway, that's about all I can say - I'll be interested to see what else you can come up with, regardless of my personal taste.

3 stars.

Posted by Quibokk  {{ 16 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 13 Feb 2009 05:24

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Thanks Quibokk27. I glad I wrote something that didn't completely disgust you lol.

Posted by daniel9388  {{ 33 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 13 Feb 2009 10:30

Rated as: Unrated
For me this song had a bit of everything - some good moments, some bad, and some that were just... strange...

It starts off with a weird riff, very dissonant yet somehow I like it - crazy stuff, man!
Verse 1 is okay, not much to say here, standard metal, and then there's the Breakdown, which was pretty cool, especially after bar 59 when you have that creepy guitar lead bit :D

In verse 2 the keys seem to clash a little with the riff (that high A doesn't really fit in), but overall it's okay, except for the transition into Bridge, which is kinda abrupt... Bridge is at the same time the best and the worst part of the song - it sure has some dramatic, interesting stuff, but there are sections of it that sound just wrong - basically, bar 109 = great, bar 105 = ouch! my ears!.

Build-up didn't really get my attention, but I guess it was needed to introduce the outro, which I quite liked, especially the piano (again, crazy stuff...), although I think the jazz guitar is way too loud on this part - turn down the volume maybe?

Overall, it was a generally good listen, but there seems to be some excessive dissonance and note-clashing in some parts, and that ends up dectracting from the song.

Rating 3 stars.

Posted by |_JR_|  {{ 13 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 17 Feb 2009 07:30

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This song is quite hard for me to comment on. I didn’t get the sense of shock from the opening, but it might be because I’ve heard music like this before. The keys that came in at the start really added a dramatic effect to the song, and I liked it. The 1st verse I didn’t quite like, guess that randomness is setting in right about there.

The breakdown was very odd, but it seemed so natural to me for some strange reason, as if I had actually heard it before. The bridge seemed a little too slow, but I guess it’s expected for this type of song.

The build up was funny, did it actually go anywhere? I was getting ready for some creepy solo from the guitar or the keys. The outro is probably the hardest part for me to write about. I would say it’s creepy, but it has some other description in there I cannot put my finger on, so I’ll just tell you what came to mind. I imagine seeing a clown sitting at a grand piano playing that tune in a black tuxedo.


Posted by apzrman  {{ 7 tabs / 3 corrections }}  on: 22 Feb 2009 05:12

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The song title captures very well the feeling of this song. There were some good sections. Especially the bridge. I don't know why you had a mix event on the keys track for the bridge to change it to strings; why not just add a strings track? The dissonance again worked well. The riffs and drums rhythm did the job. However, the outro didn't seem to fit the song and I didn't find that special something that stood out. But I liked it.

Posted by blackiel  {{ 0 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 22 Feb 2009 15:11

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The beginning was actually very good and made me think that the rest of the song was as good or even better. But, I was disappointed when the rest of the song was quite mean. I suggest including more musical elements.
I missed a solo (again).


Posted by MNC_Metal  {{ 4 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 24 Feb 2009 02:47

Rated as: Unrated
I didnt like this song. At all. Sorry. It’s just that there’s nothing that catchs my attention. I know I use this word a lot, but this song is too random. The only thing that I can say it’s good in this song is the drums, and the feeling that the keys give. But the guitar tracks sound bad to me, maybe the reason for that is the crappy MIDI, just maybe...

Rating 1.5

Posted by Todo Winterwolf  {{ 11 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 27 Feb 2009 17:47

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I really apreciate cromatism, cromatic riffs, cromatic chords, everything, and I think that's way I like Jazz music, but you really over used it without harmonicaly sense. Intro is good, it's like a construction, adding something new after a few bars which is good. Then the verse has that something i told about cromatism. Let me tell you something, you have improved a lot since the first stuff I heard your stuff, but I have the feeling that your song are pretty much the same and too similar to each other.
Then there's no structure at all, just this parts "glued" to each other. I can't go on further with my coment, there is no harmony through the whole song, orchestration doesn't exist here.

Rate: 2.0

Posted by Daslaf  {{ 22 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 28 Feb 2009 15:46

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Daniel9388 – Fears Release
As I have come to expect from you, the rhythmic department is a lot stronger than the harmony in this song. You have some nice rhythmic ideas throughout, and interesting bar choices like having a 3 bar sequence repeat in the intro which here was a great idea.

Breakdown begins to bore me, the rhythm is way too simple and goes on so long, it’s kind of a bore. The lead helps a little but not much. Verse 1 starts out ok, but the second half of it with the extra guitar sounds real bad. Bridge again, the same thing – it’s kind of monotonous and the second guitar and keys add undesirable dissonance. The bad kind of dissonance. The second half removes the guitar dissonance, but the keys is still putting me off. Build again, simple and kind of boring. Nothing there to grab my interest - no interesting rhythms or harmonies. The outro has a charm to it, reminds me of a Satyricon tune. Unfortunately the piano 16ths in every other bar sound not so good with the rest, and then not to mention the bad solo. I didn’t really like it - had no interesting phrases or anything going on. But a good attempt in any case, you used notes within the harmonic context at least.

As I said with the last song as well, I see potential in you, but you still have to work on it. Your harmonies and dissonance really do not sound good – so that’s a thing to work on. Also maybe have some parts of the song repeat so you get an impression of this being not just a riff salad. Your rhythms are ok right now; the main problem for me is the harmonies you have. You use dissonance without control it seems, just generally very little control of the harmony. You could try and make stuff less repetitive and monotonous too.

Still some parts are good, mainly when only one of the two guitars are playing.

Rating: 2

Posted by Beckkill  {{ 11 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 02 Mar 2009 09:01

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lol. Riff salad, you bring up some valid points beckkill i will do my best to improve my writing style.

Posted by daniel9388  {{ 33 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 02 Mar 2009 10:47

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daniel9388 – Fears Release

*smiles* I'm liking the stuff you're composing nowadays :] the intro was dam kewl, I liked the interplay between the components – they created a cool wall of dissonance. Then we get followed by the chuggy verse 1, and I'm happily nodding my head along, thoroughly enjoying the music. The breakdown is a pleasant surprise, you get this unexpected feel followed by yer best lead to date. It wasn't over the top at all, felt very focused. Neat.

Next up is verse two... can I please have verse one back? It was better really... bridge doesn't do a whole lot to save the day, feels a bit boring in its foreseeable chugginess... nonetheless, bar 105 for the win :P sometime around the mentioned bar 105 I notice how the song is rather disjointed and all over the place, yet by some weird miracle seems to flow. And I like it... the buildup doesn't really feel like a buildup again, maybe it's guitar pro not passing on the energy of this being played on real instruments, so I'm not letting it get in the way of my opinion. The outro is a blast again, with the hilarious keys, feels eerily tongue-in-cheek, and then the demented clean – ace.

Overall impressions – a number of unbelievable parts, some weaker stuff in the middle, but a blast to listen to nevertheless. Can I ask you to try and focus really, really hard the next time you write a comp song, and just feel it with win like the win parts, and try to evade the slightly more boring stuff? I know you can to it, man! ;]

Rating: 3 stars

Posted by RumpyTheRubbuhChikin  {{ 30 tabs / 0 corrections }}  on: 04 Mar 2009 16:57

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