TRaffic-my newest creation

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by drumfire, Aug 18, 2003.

  1. drumfire

    drumfire New Member

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  2. jay walker

    jay walker 1/2 of Passive/Aggressive

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    WWWWWWHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTTT
    TTTTTTTTHHHHHHHEEEEEEEEEE
    FFFFFFFFUUUUUUUCCCCCKKKKKKK!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

    :dynamite:

    I was a bit pissed off i had to download it without knowing what it was (a stream would of been nice to get an idea of what its like).......

    :wtf:

    This is heavier than Rick Waller after a week-long doughnut binge! - Just what im looking for in drum an bass - Big bad an sick!! :devilslay

    the Drum-rolling intro with spooky synths is a nice teaser.
    The bassline reminds me of the plague remix - Haunting but powerful!

    Im gonna check the rest of your tunes today right fuckin now - Boh!!
    Give me a High-quality MP3 of this NOW! NOW! NOW! NOW! NOW! NOW! NOW! NOW! NOW! :-x :-x :-x

    Tried posting comments on your link you asked for - didnt work though!
     
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  3. cringer

    cringer Skull Farmer

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    you waited too long Jay Walker...two days ago all the this guys mp3s were 320 kbit!
    hotness fo' sho'
     
  4. freeagent

    freeagent Almost 30

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    Reminds me quite strongly of Fresh, esp. in the bass patch department. Intro's elements sound out of tune, especially the little "aahh" stab. Main drums are well-compressed and sound good , but could be more cut, as the breaks are pretty pretty predictable (Amen, Tramen, Soul-Beat). Raise the snare up so it sticks out more. Bass is weak-sounding considering that's really all there is to the tune - more compression. Tune really doesn't progress, as the arrangement is very standard - needs a hook or a melody other than the bassline riff to tie it together and make it more memorable.
     
  5. KidKut

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    Concrete bass is my favourite oh and drumfire check your emails i replied about seeing if you want them streamed :)