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locO's Chocolate Flor de Mal


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noelocol

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Bhahahah.. Ok.Ok.. Check this one out...I mixed "Flor De Mal", from Once Upon a time in Mexico, with Wicked Lestor's "Chocloate", and added some trumpets, and strings..

CRAZZYYYYY, yet very sexxxy...

You're sitting at a bistro cafe, when all of a sudden, she walks in... All motion in the universe slows down.. Her eyes meets yours, your heart races...she smiles at you invitingly.. and you know.. shes the one...the FLOR DE MAL!!.. BHAHAHAHa... BooYAHHH...U just realize, UR screwed...
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Uploaded: Apr 04, 2007 - 06:42:37 PM
Last Updated: Apr 04, 2007 - 06:42:37 PM Last Played: Apr 15, 2019 - 06:04:30 AM
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dreadmon said 4550 days ago (April 5th, 2007)
Fun!
I honestly don't know which elements are samples and which are GB, but it doesn't really matter so much, because this is quite a fun track! I love the electro backdrop to such traditional music, and the vocals that come in build up a great wall of sound. There are a few moments that seem to clash towards the end, if you could have isolated the voice from the music behind it, that probably would have blended in a little more. I'm not sure how that could've been done without taking some of the punch out of the voice - but they can do the wildest things these days.

Nice build-up - it really starts to heat up there towards the end. Would've liked to have heard more of that great violin. A couple of times, the violin cuts off suddenly, which puts up a loop alert. What's great about this tune is how you've rather seamlessly blended things together E.Q.-wise. It gets a little muddy towards the end as well, with what sounds like a couple of different key signatures at battle. Mind you, dissonance is excellent - and maybe that's what you're going for, a total meltdown of insanity from this chick that walked into the cafe. In that case - this is very much the latin Tex Avery version of a guy leaping up out of his chair, turning into a wolf and howling at some dame. Nice audio adventure you've taken me on here, chief!
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noelocol said 4501 days ago (May 24th, 2007)
cheers!!
LOL... Thanks for the comment...
Im just glad you like it!!..
Check out my latest song called locO's Chocolate Flor de Mal
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