All 4 audio Reviews

Haru Song Haru Song

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The thing about the ancient and mostly lost languages is that they were made based on songs, the words were chosen from beatiful sounds, therefore, this piece made out of what "souded cool" carries an underlying spirit of ancient times, times when the beaty was not bought on a mall or sold through lies. Moving, harmonious, soothing, gorgeous, congratulations to say the less

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Sore Street Romance Sore Street Romance

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


The tune, rythm and everything was so retro-styled, well done and put together, the only complain, the voice is too quite, it lacks just a little more volume. Congratulations, great job overall.

-Train of Thought- -Train of Thought-

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Going down on the elevator she used to ride every morning after leaving the hospital's night shift, the silence, the loneliness carving her heart like no other day, a fire on the local orphanage had gave her the worst 3 nights in her life as one child after another died, none made it.
-That's the course of life- Tells to herself
Years as nurse and lately as doctor have hardened her heart, yet, she could not ind any peace by those same words she used everytime before for through her mind the endless mourns of dozens of boys and girls sounded like a chorus of pure sorrow.
Single and orphan too, the 37 years of life felt like a burden to her like never before, unlike anything else she had ever felt, no family to run to, a few collegues to chat but not a single friend, night shift life is a jealous partner.
-One day, one day I'll walk that path too-
As the elevator reaches the street-level floor and she walks out, the sun bathes her as she approaches the exit of the building, but brings her no heat, yet she glances a smile while fading in the crowded street.

Heros with epic deaths after saving the world, or villains that find peace as they depart are sorrowful, and bring us a tear or two, but, do we ever think about the heroes that have to live after a lost battle?, that are thrown away from glory even when they tried their best, even after they gave everything, none of us want to think of them because its too sad, and scary when you imagine how often this might happen, or how would it be to be laike that.

That is what your amazing tune made me think, its sad and nostalgic, so couldn't help myself go as deep as possible on that feeling, congratulations, it's simply a perfect and gorgeous masterpiece.

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BlazingDragon responds:

Your thoughts are much deeper than my little piece, I must say.

The point you bring is not one that I have considered before. Surely, doctors, policeman, and firefighters face such realities frequently. It must be difficult to live with the burden of failure and no catharsis in sight. That bleakness fits this piece well.

Thank you for the thought to chew on. I appreciate you taking the time to write.

T.A.T.U. - Don't Regret [RMX] T.A.T.U. - Don't Regret [RMX]

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great job!

Move this all the way to the radio stations, soothing, appealing, and with t.a.T.U. involved, what else could we ask for?, congratulations man.

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Kazmo responds:

Thanks, it's nice to hear what people think, especially when they say it's radio-worthy! :D