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Description : UPDATED: I updated the middle piano to be louder in the mix as some have suggested, As Trump festers in his lies. As Putin shoves his fist up in the Ukraine and, meddle with North American elections and those pesky Russians with there hacking social media with there fake news.. as Europe and Syria and the world destabilize, the song becomes more relevant these days. We keep on Dancing as the world prepares for war.

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  1. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Sat 8th Jun 2019 - 2 months ago

    Your sound is legendary, big, huge, in your face, and it feels and sounds so righteous! This one kicks hard! This could easily tear down the walls of any nightclub. That synth is so insane, the arps are way cool, and the kick, you can feel it. Nice job with the Piano. All around it is a two-thumbs up amazing tune bro that is very politically and socially aware. Awesome job.

    Joe

  2. fargaveron
    fargaveron on Sun 5th May 2019 - 3 months ago

    dhffffffffffff

  3. Danje
    Danje on Wed 13th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    Great !

  4. zooooo3
    zooooo3 on Thu 20th Sep 2018 - 11 months ago

    good job
    I like this sound

  5. LASTDAYSVISIONARIES
    LASTDAYSVISIONARIES on Wed 31st May 2017 - 2 years ago

    Nice !

  6. kshettycity
    kshettycity on Fri 27th Jan 2017 - 2 years ago

    Good work! I was looking for a song to practise my dj skills on, and this looks like it! Thanks mate! :)

  7. ChrisFayers
    ChrisFayers on Wed 7th Dec 2016 - 2 years ago

    And that's it. Thank you so much!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hi Chris, Just following up on you mate, how are you doing these days! You and your son are always there in my thoughts.
    Steve

  8. salamander911
    salamander911 on Mon 13th Jun 2016 - 3 years ago

    Cool !!!

  9. defect77
    defect77 on Fri 11th Mar 2016 - 3 years ago

    really like this track

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks Man, I updated it again with a better Master.

  10. OmarMuk
    OmarMuk on Wed 4th Nov 2015 - 3 years ago

    Been wanting to comment on this track for like 5 days now but I couldn't. Like I seriously couldn't cuz I cant go 15 seconds on looperman without my browser crashing.

    Anyways I gotta say man around the 1:30 mark where the piano chords and the voices and distant gunshots came in there came about a eerie and powerful feeling that gave me the goosebumps. Not many tracks do that. Then at the same time that transitioned to a more uplifting and bouncy tracks. It created this nice contrast.

    Great job I really liked it!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Omar

    I am deeply humbled by your response. My goal was to make a house tune that would stop people in their tracks and have to think about war.
    Your comment about the piano part giving you goosebumps gave me goosebumps. That's what I wanted for this tune.
    I appreciate your comments
    Cruhallelujah

  11. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Thu 29th Oct 2015 - 3 years ago

    Hello Cru

    Just to say to you that I've been trying to apply external thoughts/concepts on sidechain compression which I guess is very crucial in/at house genres. In other words I have tried sidechain compression but couldn't even touch that kick light/delight pumping as present on on your track.

    Very cool one track otherwise!

    Sorry for a comment in negative regarding to my efforts. I truly enjoyed listening!

    Best to you, Alex

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks Alex, no negative connotations taken.
    Steve

  12. joecramer
    joecramer on Thu 29th Oct 2015 - 3 years ago

    If all would dance, then there would be nobody left to fight.

    I made a track in the middle of the 90's with the name - shutup and dance! - Right now i would love to say that loud to all this "War horny leaders and followers"

    This is a nice one Steve. Didn't listen to it befor, cause it came up befor i was on looperman. So nice that you updated it and i see it :)

    stay tuned
    joe

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    "If all would dance, then there would be nobody left to fight."

    Wise words my friend. Wise words.
    I'm glad you got to share in the cautious tale of this one.
    Cru

  13. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 29th Oct 2015 - 3 years ago

    How right you are about the timing for a re-release...its was good before...its even better now and a fitting soundtrack for the state of our temporary little planet...great stuff Steve...Ed

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank You Ed. This little Blue-green ball is unfortunately showing signs of stupidity again. I hope that I am Wrong.
    Steve

  14. njb4music
    njb4music on Sun 26th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    Hey Cruse i'm a fan of house music and you did your thing with this track with all the comments up here it not much that i can say that everyone else hasn't said so therefore hats off to you homie 5 stars on this one

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    TY for the stars. Thy will be useful for making N-bombs and H-bombs for the D-floor. ;-)
    Cru

  15. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Sun 12th Jul 2015 - 4 years ago

    Loved it. It gets to the point. I dig the dark parts. I guess I'm a junkie for dark music. Peace PDmuzak

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hey Thanks for that, I have very dark undertones in my music.
    Cru

  16. radioilluminati
    radioilluminati on Sun 18th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Not bad. Sounds very good.

    Regarding Putin. He is not the bad guy. The West support's a Neo-Nazi coup D'état in Ukraine and call it democracy and the media lie about it. They also said Saddam had WMD even though it was not true.

    The truth is starting to come out:

    http://imgur.com/a/1ghhi/

    BBC:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SBo0akeDMY&rdm=12j0tx1uc

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-u-s-has-installed-a-neo-nazi-government-in-ukraine/5371554

  17. AZZYKO
    AZZYKO on Sat 17th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Love that break around 1:20... Nice piano melody, other parts are cool too.

  18. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sat 17th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Very interesting concept on a high musical level...congrats!

    Cheers____orlando

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you Orlando, that means a lot.
    Steve

  19. M8TN
    M8TN on Fri 16th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    enjoyable! I would have liked it even more if there had been more of what you have from 1:00 to 1:15

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Keeps you coming back for that segment. interestingly enough other parts of the song have caught peoples fancy in the same way. very interesting.
    Steve

  20. theHumps
    theHumps on Thu 15th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    The break at about 1:20 was fantastic and very unexpected considering the beginning was so upbeat. But it really works to get the feeling from the description.

    I love that as musicians, we can represent our sentiments, thoughts and feelings through the music we write. You used a lot of loops very creatively to convey your intentions here. What can I say that others haven't said, great track Steve!

    Wayne

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks Wayne. I really enjoy trying to use music alone as a way to convey thought or emotion. I am glad you were able to see that in this song. Many thanks.
    Steve

  21. larrywiggles1
    larrywiggles1 on Thu 15th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hi Steve,

    Apologies for not commenting sooner ( I thought I had!) this was a track I played on my first ever loopradio show back in February, and rightly so. I love everything about this track, the way you set the scene, the subtle changes..but above all its a banging very well produced track. Thanks for letting me play it Steve.

    Very best wishes,

    Mark/Larry!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks so much for the nice words!

  22. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Wed 14th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Pretty heavy track here Steve.
    Really varied and full of power.
    Almost a Stars on 45 version of Armegeddon.
    Awesome mix bro.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    "Almost a Stars on 45 version of Armageddon."
    made me chuckle a bit. Nice reference.

  23. DESTERO
    DESTERO on Mon 12th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Yeah good Job!,
    War is the scourge of Mankind,long as there is enough Money to earn with, the innocence will die.

    Peace Bro*
    DRO

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Well put Bro

  24. AnomalyJ
    AnomalyJ on Sun 11th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    I like the track, the way it starts off so hard hitting then moves to this quiet calm almost before the storm, problably very reflective of what is happening in the world today. good job.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you for incite-fully reviewing this track. I ws trying to evoke that very thought.
    Thanks

  25. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Sat 10th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Yup. I totally see what you mean. Leaving it to the end did exactly what it was supposed to do in that case.
    As far as Carmina Burana goes, it's always been one of my favorites. O'Fortuna is a brilliant piece. It's got such a tragic sound for such a positive subject matter. I'd love to see what Carl Orff would be doing today with all this technological crap we have now.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    I remember the first time I heard O Fortuna, which was during the Conan the Barbarian movie. I was like what is this song? Then I got ahold of a DVD Audio copy of a recording done in the eighties which was recorded Quadrophonically and just sounded like you were in the theatre...mind blowing.
    "I'd love to see what Carl Orff would be doing today with all this technological crap we have now"

    That is always an interesting question, because maybe he makes amazing music, maybe he becomes just another schlep like us on a looper site. Maybe the lack of our technology was the catalyst for his great composition. We will never know, but is an excellent idea to debate. Maybe he sounds like Michele Cretu's Enigma (Gravity of Love) which samples it quite profusely.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSTV99Uy8hk&html5=1
    Steve

  26. radioilluminati
    radioilluminati on Sat 10th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Check out also this guy please. You can hear he is from Germany. German quality.

    When a German guy put his reputation on the line, then you can be sure, that this is correct https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUcgg2vMX_s

  27. radioilluminati
    radioilluminati on Sat 10th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    For the club floor it will sound better, if it is not over-compressed. The over-compression sound make the music sound weak. The only thing that over-compression does is to make the music sound louder.

    There is big illusion going on. Check this out please: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Gmex_4hreQ

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Well we all know Bilderburg set the volume levels for pop music, and so that's what it will be ...or else..;-)

  28. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Sat 10th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey mate

    Mate is one very groovy housey number, excellent for the dance floor, wow impressed, excellent clarity and the arrangement very good, love the drops and builds, nice vocal touch too, mate will be back to check out more of your tunes after hearing this one...Massive fav this one...Thank you for sharing man...Peace n much Respect to you...Mosaic...PS can understand why it has so many downloads...Credit to you...

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you for the very kind words and for stopping by to listen, much appreciated.

  29. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Sat 10th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is a good piece. Especially for a mix of loops. I enjoyed it all the way through.
    The piano is a nice touch. I think it could have been a couple db higher, though.
    Then, we get to the end and you drop that choir on us. Honestly, I think that should have been used in more places. (specifically 1:37). Even if chopped and spread out. Where it is now is like waiting until the last bite of ice cream to pour the chocolate syrup. But, then again, I'm a sucker for using choir to make shit heavier. And the subject you chose for this, is a heavy one.
    All in all...Great track, man.

    Take care.
    V.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks V. I understand how you feel about the choir at then end, it is one of my favourite parts of this tune. I also remember the songs I loved when I was young had these awesome coda's or parts that made me listen to the whole song until I got too the good part. The chorus is just that. if I added it (IMHO) to more of the song it would have diminished the surprise and the point of the song (religious wars of the past). Like you I love a good choir. Carmina Burana (O Fortuna) is a favourite of mine.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEllLECo4OM&html5=1
    Thanks so much for listening and commenting I look forward to your contributions.
    Steve

  30. radioilluminati
    radioilluminati on Fri 9th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Very good house track indeed. I can sense you know what you are doing.

    I have one suggestion for you. Research Dynamic range. http://turnmeup.org/

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks RI, I know what you mean about the loudness (compression) In this particular track it is not intended for the radio but the club floor. Also the contrast between the dance section and quiet section is also to set a tone for the listener. It was my chance to tell a story with music and all the melodies , beats pianos and even the dynamics contribute to that story..so you can get the message. i was inspired by this song which overwhelmed the clubs in the eighties by literally stopping people from dancing and making them listen. It is genius.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRJFvtvTGEk&html5=1

  31. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Fri 9th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is an odd track. Rally not sure how that piano would go down on a dancefloor.

    he banging bits are obviously just that. Maybe that quiet piano would confuse dancers. What do you think? I agree that it could probably be a bit louder. I do like it, though.

    More of your favourite type of cymbals. The kind you don't get on a drum kit.

    1:37 I like that transition (though not the reverse cymbal) and the heavenly stuff and the machine gun stuff)

    Beat return on 2:07 is cool and with that spoken word in there.

    2:12-2:15 build is a bit like the Chem Bros.

    2:15 and the dancers can get dancing again.

    3:30 I like the new synth part. Reminds me of some old Daft Punk track I think. Not sure which one. Maybe Around The World?

    Last 50 secs definitely something to confuse the dancers in the club. Native American drums and chanting? And choirs...

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Ahh SN

    "This is an odd track. Rally not sure how that piano would go down on a dancefloor."

    My goal is too stop the dancefloor in there tracks and really listen to the sounds. and understand that this melody has a story to tell. As we live our daily lives there are forces in the world gearing up for war. Just like before WW1 and similar to WW2. I composed this a year ago fully understanding that a conflict is inevitable in our generation unfortunately. Putin + Ukraine, China--Philippines Viet-Nam, and Israel Iran are the main course with a side dish of North and south Korea are the Japanese dessert course which will also have a bit of China.
    The ending (50 secs) is a reminder of the conflicts of the past.
    Just a musical pastiche!. I don't become political very often but I wanted to express those sentiments in Music.
    How did I do?

  32. deciBel
    deciBel on Fri 9th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    :)
    this nice piece with those superB stop & then those memorable gun sound , and that marvelous modulation in the end has even got better with these new changes and added sounds (this ending chorus too was new as I remember , ja ? )...
    what a fast time passes ..look at my first commenT..
    here I am ..on the road again...there i'll go upon the stage..hahah...wink my friend.___B

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Ahh a Nice Bob Seger reference! Thanks for joining in and commenting my friend. keep yourself safe and it has been quite the time ehh?
    Merci mon ami!
    Steve

  33. monsterage
    monsterage on Thu 8th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Man the piano is amazing, ill just say that it needs a couple DB up.

    Cheers brother.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    It forces you to turn the volume up so I can hit you with the back-end blitz of sound. Thank you for listening and commenting!

  34. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Thu 8th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Wonderful song Steve.
    The soft piano is a very clever touch: it builds the necessary contrast. Liked a lot.
    You never disappoint me :-)
    Ciao, Domenico

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Ahh
    Grazie mille. Le tue parole significano il mondo per me
    Steve

  35. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Thu 8th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is pretty twisted mate. Like the percussion and that lead synth is fat.
    What i like about your tracks is your always changing what goes on in a rather unique way. The way it drops into the gunfire bit is excellent and then back to that manic pitch bend bass.
    It never gets boring, There's a theme throughout but the vibe just keeps changing.
    Good work here mate.
    FR

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you FR, coming from you that is quite the compliment as I respect your work greatly (esp the nineties vibe stuff) I always want to give the listener a new twist and I have been bored for a long time with the Verse chorus verse chorus bridge chorus stuff. That’s for punters and Teenies! So I always look for new twists and turns and contrasts. I hope I delivered with this one..ehh?

  36. brillbilly
    brillbilly on Thu 8th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is some real nice House.!

    You put alot of work in to this and it tell's

    very nice track,shame War's are like Cancer that just keeps spreading.!

    Good work man!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you Chris..We keep on dancing (living our normal lives) as the world is starting to prepare from some really really bad stuff soon I fear.

  37. ebaby8119
    ebaby8119 on Sun 10th Nov 2013 - 5 years ago

    dope def was nodding to this added to the fav keep up the good work you have alot of great joints on your page.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Aye lad, much appreciated for the props!

  38. TheZerit
    TheZerit on Sat 1st Jun 2013 - 6 years ago

    there it is!!!! first track that I have heard on looperman today that made me want to get up and dance!! thank you!!
    ~7h3z~

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    and dance you shall my crazy friend!

  39. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Thu 30th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    Bonjour Steve ....

    A bold blend who has you had to a lot of time .... because it is not always easy to find appropriate "loops", is not it?
    A large work of DJ here .... which leaves me no doubt about your talent and your musical logic.
    The day will still disastrous with the time, yet today ....

    Dan

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Merci!. The project took a bit more time than others but I had a very solid idea of the piano break and the war noises first. I just had to figure out how to bring the drums down to the quiet of the piano without destroying the listeners brain!

  40. U4EA
    U4EA on Wed 29th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    Solid groove and beat to this with an excellent breakdown. Mixdown is perfectly done too. Nice work all around man, quality track

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you for the analysis, your words are much appreciated this way!

  41. CuzzinCoo
    CuzzinCoo on Tue 28th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    man, this is tight!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Appreciate the props!

  42. deciBel
    deciBel on Mon 27th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    Steve , cool analysis U've had abouT this one too and your carefull attention is loudable and wrth of appreciation as always for me . by the way my friend , from this wednsdaY , I won't be here for some Undefined time . will upload 2 other traX of mine and then will miss U all in looperman .cause I thaught according to you're busy maybe it was last time in which I was honoured to know your worthwhile comments and all friends of mine know it here , just told U as a worthwhile colleague too , to know .accepT my best wishes Steve , and I'm gracefull for all comments which U wrote for me in this short time that We listened eachother traX in looperman .I hope to can come back soon here again .sincerelY.___Behnam

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you sir, we will miss you around here, so come back as soon as you can!

  43. metaldarkmessiah
    metaldarkmessiah on Sun 26th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    amazing break and amazing lead melody. Keep in that way.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks, Ill be checking out your songs as I also love metal!

  44. djtheobserver01
    djtheobserver01 on Sun 26th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    ÝO

    it's a good and very suprising track ...
    relaxing and nice melody .
    the break after 1.20 is very suprising .
    you use a lot of instruments
    and different kinds of music .

    good job , mate !!
    greetzzzz

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you for that! Much appreciated. With the break I wanted to experiment with bringing the whole track down to literally nothing but one piano( spoilers). I've never really done that before, my constant battle as an arranger is to add more, when less sometimes makes a stronger statement. I think I learned that lesson on this track!
    Steve

  45. doctorcatface
    doctorcatface on Fri 24th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    makes me want to don the woad and stamp that fire out
    i fell the anticipation rise and the "shits gonna go down" vibe take over
    a great afro-techno collision
    you should be proud

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you, very nice words, I appreciate that!

  46. Darkreine
    Darkreine on Fri 24th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    Wow wicked, wicked track Steve. Really nice stuff. I'm stompin man!!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks man, Stomp Away!

  47. doudei
    doudei on Fri 24th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    seems like that was quite an undertaking and you did a very fine job.
    intriguing what and how you have put this whole tune together, respect!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    I appreciate the kind words. This was a cool tune to make, I do remember having a plan for this one ;-)
    Steve

  48. MStokes
    MStokes on Fri 24th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    an incredible looply feast - a warning, a riot, more war - and a soundpainting from a better and more humane and human place of composure - deconstructed composure, sure, but that's the operative word here. dark dark brightly lit visions and arrangements so killing as to be saviours. bravura

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Ahh there is my poet friend. " War: what is it good for, absolutely nothing"--Edwin Starr. In breaking down your review I see you get that The dark overtones were inter-spaced with bright lovely sounds of the majority clueless on the destruction and brevity of war. Just like before the Great War how romanticism rued the day with young conscripts I see the pattern again rising in the Middle east and Asia with religiosity and nationalism rearing it's ugly head again with a dash of scepticism from the west and the complacent luxury of the uber rich. I hope we don't see this level of destruction again in our lifetime!

  49. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 24th May 2013 - 6 years ago

    Quite cool! Great use of loops! Very good mixing you've done here! Has me bouncin in my chair! Beautiful man beautiful!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    How did I never reply to your comment, how rude of me. I apologize for this oversight my friend. Thanks for your input...I'm so sorry for not seeing this.
    Steve

  50. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Mon 18th Mar 2013 - 6 years ago

    You`ve got a lot of good musical company here crucethus...and some really catchy melody bits that raise this one up to a high level....very nicely done....Ed

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you Ed, It all starts with great loops and a plan.

  51. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Sat 16th Mar 2013 - 6 years ago

    You got a Serious line up talent man. But I must say man you are on fire bro. Your selection of loops and your mixing skills are awesome. Really great job on something that is current. But dude! This Joint is Hottt! You most certainly know how throw down serious fire for the dancefloor! The WAR, yeah the next one will be big. Love what you did here!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thank you I'm glad you liked, yes I agree with you I feel I am en Fuego right now with mixing and arranging so I will take advantage of it because I know it does not last forever with me.

  52. Boogieskippo
    Boogieskippo on Sat 16th Mar 2013 - 6 years ago

    nice house man lovin it cardflip is a good musician and I love to rock my house man if you dig what I mean.
    hey lets do a groove man.
    boogieskippo

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Love to work with one of your basslines. I think movable basslines are awesome and under used these days.

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Description : Unofficial preview* of my upcoming first produced track named Therapy. Litterly a cut out of the track. Uploaded with first thought of letting it hear to a fellow Looperman member for a possible collab later on.

Comments are welcome tho!

About the preview, after the drop will start to another semi drop and with an harder more rawish main chorus part behind. Everything is as good as done now and being checked by demo listeners for response and feedback before getting a last hand at mixing&mastering.

* It may be changed/further defined etc.

Tags : | House | 5.31 MB

Description : This is My Progressive House song.
Deadmau5 style...

Tags : | House | 4.78 MB | Has Lyrics

Description : Enjoy and comments always welcome :]

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