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A Good Day For A Throw Down

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If you know the music you're writing you're not challenging yourself.
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Uploaded: Apr 23, 2019 - 01:55:56 PM
Last Updated: Apr 23, 2019 - 01:55:56 PM Last Played: May 03, 2019 - 01:22:19 PM
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Daugrin said 181 days ago (April 24th, 2019)
Welcome back!
This one has a couple of cousins to be honest! The tune is fantastic! The change at 1:12 was a instance of superior writing. The vocals are tops.
Suggestions? The kick drum needs a revisit? Change the sample or add some beef with a bus featuring an octave below. I can't feel it, and I am listing with a bass module on the floor.
The tag at the end is inspired. Flat out perfection.

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Gaylen75 said 181 days ago (April 24th, 2019)
I totally agree about the kick. I have a "one size fits all" mentality that could use revisiting. I appreciate the feedback.
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Vic Holman said 180 days ago (April 25th, 2019)
a good day
very different. imaginative composition. challenging yourself, you sure did.
I don't get the comment about the kick drum... I hear it pefectly well.

awesome job here!
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Loob said 179 days ago (April 26th, 2019)
I think I am hearing a chorus there.
I'd like to hear the drums go to double time on the chorus just to change it up. Just don't think half time drums all the way through does it justice. Nice work man!
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