first tune posted

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by thin king, Jul 19, 2008.

  1. thin king

    thin king Member

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    yeah man soundin pretty fat, like the way it switches to that other bass, yeah big track!
     
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    Fratanize Keepin the jungle alive

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    listening now mate.
    Nice vocals. Drums perhaps a little too crunchy. Reminds me of a goldie track. Kicked in now. Nice production. Deffo need to tame the snare a little.
    Its very good. Some nice instrument hits. Good when the bass wobbles.
    respect
     
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    sickness, switchin styles :banana:
    cannot fault it proper banger
    hopefully will be hearing some more of your stuff in the near future
    safe
     
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    robhicks1 Nuts about Zoo

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    Ive only just started paying attention to the production forum as I don't produce. Therfore I can't give a producers opinion on it - so I will give a DJ'S opinion instead.


    I would play it and probably pay money for it too. (y)
    I love dnb with a jazz influence and the switch of styles is quality. The vocal is slick too!
    :cowbell:
     
  6. thin king

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    hey fella's thanks for the feedback thats really good to hear - I'll have a look at the snare and maybe tweak a few other bits, do you reckon I should send it off?? just not sure it would sell?? you lot got anything to check out I'll try and give some good feedback??
     
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    Fratanize Keepin the jungle alive

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    You can only try mate. its hard to judge for yourself. You are usually your own biggest critique.
    There are a lot worse records that have been marketed. Look at p-p-painkiller. terrible.
    Your tune is ten times better. Depends what labels you send it to.
    good luck mate