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Terminal Wait


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Mellowship

 Genre: House
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House? I dunno, MJ is limited on genres of electronic music. Fooled with this one for a little while today, so I thought I'd put it up for critiquing. Dig?
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Plays: 44
Downloads: 130
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Uploaded: Oct 05, 2009 - 08:27:12 PM
Last Updated: Oct 05, 2009 - 08:27:12 PM Last Played: Feb 25, 2019 - 12:22:41 PM
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Daugrin said 3571 days ago (October 5th, 2009)
Terminal Wait No More
Ear candy, maybe a little at the "break"? I like the glissandos, the pauses are interesting as well. I got all the way through this one and my ADHD is bad. Good job!

Daug
Check out my latest song called Ramona Part ll
Mellowship said 3571 days ago (October 5th, 2009)
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for checking it out! haha i'm gad it was entertaining enough for you. i'm always updating, so check back! thanks again
Check out my latest song called untitled #4
Daugrin said 3571 days ago (October 5th, 2009)
Genre Challenged
Of course, this genre has a reputation for lots of rep and no development. My ADHD is kicking in without something "new". That was not an issue here. Again good job, mix was interesting and production worked well...

Daug
Check out my latest song called Ramona Part ll
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House music refers to a collection of styles of electronic dance music, the earliest forms beginning in the early- to mid- 1980s. The name is said to derive from the Warehouse club in Chicago, where the resident DJ, Frankie Knuckles, mixed old disco

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