20 Feb 2012

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Posted 20 Feb 2012 19:54
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The Endless Night (Acoustic)(Slight Remix)

For a while now, I have been begged to make an acoustic album, so I decided to create a list of acoustic versions of my own songs and the album will be called Echos, Melodies & Revelations.
This album will contain acoustic versions of songs, as well as rewrites and maybe some new material.

Tyrse Styles 2 years ago 0
Listened to this while i was eating dinner, very much enjoyed it. The music that is :p
mugman 2 years ago 0
it has been quite some time since i last heard a solo acoustic song, with out some drip singing behind it.

it starts off very nice sad like, kinda picks up, i do like a sound like this, just the guitar and the player, nothing else, just pure music.

hope the album gose well.

it sounds almost like the start of some song, that ment to be a nice intro like this before being murdered by loud music of a scream from some young punk, the hissing at the end not really needed but makes it sound nice, the bit from each specker is okay, but not really needed.

5 stars for its greatness, and a fave, purely there aren't enough songs like this any more.

i'm the music critic i listen to it so you don't have to,
Silverwolf117 2 years ago 0
I greatly appreciate the review you have given my piece.

The Endless Night is originally the intro for my first collection (album) called Nocturne: The Endless Night. The music ends before a heavier song called Fallen Angel comes in, not really the kind of song that screams randomly when it first starts but I try to make everything flow in the album so that it's like a story or one entire song.

The outro, I agree it was unnecessary. As a young man, I tend to fiddle and to experiment with what I take and what I receive.
The sound of the outro is actually just the sound of my chair rolling to my computer so I can stop the "RECORD" button. I could have deleted that noise but I guess I kind of liked it in a weird perspective.

Anyways, thanks again, I'm glad you enjoyed it.
mugman 2 years ago 0
s'right and i hope your new album sells,