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This song was another SPAM inspired effort. How could anyone delete an email with "MONSTROSITY ALABAMA" as it's subject? It made me think of some Godzilla type character stumbling through some rural town in a typical monster fashion that crushes cars and often causes people to run screaming their heads off. I felt inspired to write a theme song, if you will.

I used some of GB2's Jazzy Drum loops and a bunch of effects to accompany terrifying synthesizer sounds that satisfy my robotic needs. Hope this is dark enough for you that like it dark. Please tell me if you want me to stop.
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Uploaded: Oct 18, 2005 - 12:20:06 PM
Last Updated: Oct 10, 2007 - 01:24:41 PM Last Played: Jan 10, 2017 - 04:31:21 PM
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lot249 said 4388 days ago (October 18th, 2005)
I really like tunes like this that take overused loops and refresh them and make something new!

very nice
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mountainHigh said 4372 days ago (November 4th, 2005)
The last words of a spammer?
Great one, 5x. This, too, gives me ideas...

Now: A kingdom for some time :-)
perceptualvortex said 4346 days ago (November 29th, 2005)
that's some nice robotic synth going on. Very new wave. The synths are really cool, they're talking like bots. It could use a deeper and maybe more machinelike pulse backing it up, I think.
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five_extra_arms said 4346 days ago (November 30th, 2005)
New Wave. Guilty as charged.

I appreciate your idea about the deeper machinelike pulse backing it up. I think
we could all use a deeper machinelike pulse every now and then, don't you

I'm still experimenting with this, so I'll let you know if somethinig magic comes
out of it.

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echoroom said 3851 days ago (April 9th, 2007)
Cool machine
I hadn't listened to your early stuff, and it's like finding another side to you. This is melodic but processed - as someone mentioned earlier, sounds like machines talking.
I really like this - it has a cool, metallic feel, and the little changes and effects keep you listening all the way through ... got a kinda modern Gary Numan feel to it.

Top work, my friend

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five_extra_arms said 3851 days ago (April 9th, 2007)
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It's funny to me that you didn't know my robotic side first. Everything I do seems robotic in approach to me. I appreciate the Numan comment, since I've obviously been inspired by him.

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lavalamp said 3369 days ago (August 3rd, 2008)
How couldn't so many dig this. Just mesmerizing. Good fun 80's futuristic fun.

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