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Nail in the Eye Productions are brewers of beer, chefs of questionable skill, creators of digital media, a rock band, software developers, and who knows what else.

Some of it is total garbage. Some of it is pretty cool stuff. We do it for fun.

Nail in the Eye Productions is a multi-faceted group dedicated to endeavors into areas that we aren't good enough at to make a career out of.

"Here's to trying out all things impractical and half-baked ideas. Have fun!"

Look for the Nail in the Eye seal on music, beer, visual art and software everywhere. And if you actually see it, we'll be more surprised than anyone else.

Christopher "The Nail" Guse
David "The Eye" Epley

Don't worry, we have day jobs.
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Hits: 2729
Comments: 4
Fans: 2
Plays: 105
Downloads: 89
Votes: 5
Uploaded: Jul 14, 2004 - 11:21:43 PM
Last Updated: Sep 09, 2005 - 08:43:36 PM Last Played: Mar 21, 2018 - 10:47:39 PM
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Powerbook, guitar, microphone, other boxes with knobs and lights.
Software:
Cubase SX, GarageBand, Reason, Absynth
Comments
Thompa said 5452 days ago (July 15th, 2004)
Great!!
Nice!!! The bassline and the the way you mixed the
singing remainds me of Eloy..

dont no about the "nail in the eye" but realy "nice for the
ears"

Thompa
Check out my latest song called Warcrime
TobinMueller said 5452 days ago (July 15th, 2004)
Bass line
Once the song hits a groove, it is very good. But the bass
line in the first part sounds kind of off (right when you
start singing), not nearly as tight as after it gets going.
The vocals are really soft too, or the bass line is just too
overpowering (in my headphones). But this is another
unique sound, unique production. The reverb level would
make Moody Blues content. Nice job guys. I especially
liked it when everything drops out except the piano and
vocals. And then the guitar kicks it up a notch.
Check out my latest song called Momentary Undertow
said 5451 days ago (July 16th, 2004)
Put your songs under progressive/art rock where they belong!
Really open Allan parsons style production.

This song is more ambitious than the other one and for
that I like it more, but theres a few things about the
execution that need a little work.

That keyboard in the beginning and at 3/4 is a bit off.
Not sure if adjusting the attack would fix it or not, but the
time is weird.

Nice analogue synth solo.

I like your songs more than 90% of the songs on this site,
but I grew up listening to Pink Floyd and Camel.
NailInTheEye said 5029 days ago (September 11th, 2005)
Put your songs under progressive/art rock where they belong!
I won't deny it - I let this one get way out of control -especially lyrics- and is
definately a homage to my progressive roots - Marillion, Rush, Gabriel and
more obscure stuff. I'm not really a regular Pink Floyd listener, but David
Gilmour is (IMHO) one of the two greatest rock guitar players of all time.

I've been performing this song for a long time and it's changed quite a bit -
especially in the vocal melody (I even still do the singing - yikes!). If
anything, it's become even more old school progressive. Maybe I'll get proper
recording made.

Chris
Check out my latest song called Minimum Wage
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