Description : Hello all, finally got around to polishing this track, which came from a collab with FarM (known on here as honkytonk). He provided me with some drum and bass work, and I came back with a demo that was essentially what you are hearing now. I just fixed the tuning and some pops at transitions. The tuning basically thwarted our collab I think, because without really remembering I played the guitar parts tuned to 432 Hz *** http://csglobe.com/music-conspiracy-to-detune-us-from-natural-432-hz-harmonics/ ***
and left all the other instruments at 440 Hz as a result...heh. Sounded much better after fixing that. Anyway it's got some dubstep and industrial most obviously. Yet another song I unconsciously ripped off from Skinny Puppy. Thanks for taking a listen! You can get the new Spivkurl album "Charting The Anomaly," which includes this track at the We Are... Records Capitalist Market found here: http://www.wearerecords.com/capitalistmarket.html

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  1. 30Seconds
    30Seconds on Thu 9th May 2019 - 4 months ago

    Twisted and inspiring man. I like the tuning thing. Kind of unique. Great stuff.

  2. HEX060606
    HEX060606 on Fri 14th Jul 2017 - 2 years ago

    TASTY. Prob Toasty, Also, Alas We Won't Kno til We Hear it Here First.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Interesting comment you have left here, and on a song which is getting more like stale toast now!

    The lyrics are still very appropriate and prominent for this life which I am living through, and for that I can give myself credit. Working with someone like FarM, even for a moment, was a good feeling. He did much of the inspirational shaping of this track, and I know I couldn't have done it on my own.

    I thank you for listening and leaving your words! Hope to see some of your work show up here so I can return the favor! Have a good day!

  3. Diskonnect
    Diskonnect on Mon 25th Aug 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey my friend hows it going? Haven't been on the loop in a while so thought I would check in! The synths in this sound wicked! Vocals work well with this too! Has quite a sense of urgency to it that i like a lot. As usual, well done mate I enjoyed it! :)

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey buddy, good to see you! Very happy you enjoyed listening to this! Was a fun project at the time, and fixing the problems with the demo version made it worth listening to. Definitely urgent, glad you could hear that! Hope you are well!

  4. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Thu 14th Aug 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hi Spivkurl,
    it is just to say again that I enjoyed your last album but cannot find your profile via forum threads searching page :(
    anyway again great work and I would say that it could be
    a doorway to something new for me. I will let you know.
    All the best to you:)
    A.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hello my friend, and thank you for your kind words! Strange that my profile was not in the search... If this represents a doorway for you, then I am eager for what is to come from you artistically! Hope you are well, and thank you again!

  5. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Wed 6th Aug 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hi Spiv,
    Another good one! You know I like when you sing :-)
    A lot of good words have already been spent on this one, so I won't say much.
    I completely second the comment of MrValveDriver.
    If we're looking for "comparisons", definitely the TalkingHeads brought up by MrPJB are one possibility but I won't forget about Devo as well.
    That said... I will now download and re-listen to this many times ^_^
    Ciao, Domenico

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey Dom, thanks for stopping in! Your comment made me happy when I read it, I always appreciate your opinions on my work. Hadn't really thought of the Devo parallel, but I think I get it after all. The album will in all likelyhood be released this Sunday, so hope you watch for that. Thanks again my friend!

  6. benjizo
    benjizo on Fri 1st Aug 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is definitely one grimy track.It kinda shocks you the first time you play it,but i guess you weren't thinking pretty when you made it.Shock and All Must have been your focus..I think the track showcases how much talent you got.You one of the few that can easily switch from one genre to the other.Real musician.Good work.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks friend, your comment made me happy! Grimy is definitely how I would describe this one. I kind of meant for the initial shock, and then some more little explosions throughout. I enjoy doing different styles, even though I've been focusing on just a few lately. I really appreciate you listening and taking the time to comment!

  7. Christk
    Christk on Sat 26th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    interesting song. Still do not know if I like it or not. You will hear many more times.
    Strange style my friend and an extremely good job. I would prefer a little clearer voice maybe.
    Chris

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    I appreciate you taking time to listen and comment! It's no big deal if you decide you don't like it, as I don't usually make my tracks to appeal to mass culture. The consequence is that they don't. As I said to terrancet, I did use more effects than usual on my voice with this one, but before this final mix I took a couple of them out. Trying to adjust to cleaner vocals, and also learning to record them better. Nice to have your input!

  8. terrancet
    terrancet on Fri 25th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Man seriously I do not listen to a lot of industrial electronic music but i love the unconventional style of it. I like grim and grit in this track and was it was like take it or leave it. I just wish the voice was little more clear. But I guess the acid voice adds to the track's griminess. Nice track.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you very much for the listen and comment! Happy that I could induce you to listen to some industrial, as it's definitely one of the more varied and creative genres recently. Definitely a filthy track, so I'm glad you liked that aspect. I did use more effects on my voice than usual, but you might be surprised to know that before releasing it I removed several effects. Since recording this, I've been using less effects on vocals in my songs, it was kind of a transition period. I really do appreciate your input!

  9. OViea91
    OViea91 on Thu 24th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    I like the gritty electric sound... reminds me of the old Daft Punk sound or On Sight by Kanye West. This is a sound I thought about using for this upcoming mixtape I'm producing. And the second part of this track is pretty dope. Keep it up!

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey friend, thank you for stopping in to listen! I have barely listened to the artists you mentioned, but I totally understand what you mean by "gritty electric sound". Most of my favorite music has that characteristic to it. I am so out of the loops when it comes to mixtapes... to me it was a cassette tape dubbed with tracks from other cassettes or CDs of artists that you enjoyed. Never really felt stuck 20 years ago as I do now. Happy that you enjoyed the second half more, as I did really subtle things to enhance the feeling after the bridge. Appreciate you listening very much!

  10. theHumps
    theHumps on Thu 24th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Sorry for taking so long to get to this one. Damn man, this is so freekin cool! I've never heard of Skinny Puppy but after hearing this I might go check them out. The vocals/lyrics are so well done, interesting and fun. You just keep getting better and better with your vocals and your creativity level is soaring!! Great job working to get it all right, nice work to both of you on this one.

    Always never knowing what to expect and that's why I enjoy your tracks so much!

    Cheers!

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey Wayne, hope you are doing well! Thank you for taking a listen and leaving your feelings here! Really happy that you enjoyed listening. I guess I'm surprised, and also not surprised at the same time that you hadn't heard of skinny puppy. Surprised because they've been around a long time now, and not surprised because they were never very mainstream. I identify with their singer/songwriter ohgr very much. I think you might get into cevin key's solo stuff though, who is their main synthesist. "The Ghost Of Each Room" is a really spectacular album. I'm glad you found the words fun, I honestly didn't expect that kind of reaction considering the verses, so thank you for that. I've sang several songs since recording this, and I think the main thing that makes this better is that I spent more time perfecting it before calling it finished. FarM and I thank you for your kindness. I don't know what to expect next either, so stay tuned! Take care!

  11. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Sat 19th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey friend

    Mate what a track, love the bass lines in this piece, with the beat they have a infectious draw to them, working with the synths and vocals, makes this one brilliant listen, so good to see you keep branching out with what you are doing with your vocals friend, I think this is the best vocal heard from you mate, maybe stands out more with the way you have used your vocals in this track, brilliant work matey...Fav'd...Peace Mosaic...

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you so much my friend! Took a lot of effort to fix the problems with this one, so it makes me happy that people are enjoying the final product. The performed parts, mainly vocal and guitar, seemed to really click and flow with this one. Can't say that I remember much about the recording session, except that it felt easier than usual. It's hard to tell where I'll be going next, but I know I have to do one more vocal song before I release my album. I really appreciate your support and listens!

  12. BeatMaker4real
    BeatMaker4real on Fri 18th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is cool, the sounds and the way they work together is brilliant.The vocals sounds great.You got a great mix on this track.Great performance.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Very cool to hear from you in regards to this track! Thank you for taking the time to listen and comment! Will be at your page ASAP!

  13. Vodnik
    Vodnik on Fri 18th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Sounds amazing as always, but can't say that I'm surprised as thats how it always sounds! another really cool track Pat, Keep it up!

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you kindly my friend! You've made me happy with your comment! Appreciate the listen!

  14. Ensam
    Ensam on Fri 18th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey Pat you always like to surprise. Love the lyrics and the guitar in the breakdown is top class. A hard hitting, in your face track with depth and meaning.

    Simon

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks very much Ensam for taking a listen, and leaving a comment! Thank you for the supportive words regarding the lyrics and guitar, as those had the most meaning to me. Happy to hear that you found meaning here! Appreciate you stopping by!

  15. StrikingDaggers
    StrikingDaggers on Fri 18th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Another awesome track Spivkurl! FarM did a really nice job on the drums and bass. Love the guitars on the track too. The vocals were great and flowed with the beat perfectly. The mix sounds really good on this end. This ones a Fav. Nice as usual.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey man, thanks for listening! Yes, FarM totally started this song off in the right direction with the verse DnB. Thanks for your support on guitar, I'm not extremely good, but I enjoy playing and recording guitar sometimes. I think the vocals fit what I was trying to do, so I'm happy. You're too kind! Appreciate the comment and fave!

  16. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Fri 18th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    One of the things I've always admired about your work is how you exceed at creating the music to have a parallel voice to the lyrical content. To me, it's more like the music is actually speaking, and your vocals are only there to translate the message into words for the rest of us to understand.
    I see people frequently comment on the quality of your vocals, or the quality of the music. I don't think enough people give you credit for your lyrical content. It always seems very deeply personal and hidden behind a cryptic message. There is never anything cliche about it. Very poetic. Generally, it's brilliantly written, even in all of it's own darkness. Which I assume, is why the music and the lyrics are so tightly knit, and why you have such a unique style here. Granted, it's influenced by some of the greats, (show me one person who's ever created anything that wasn't influenced by someone before them...), but it's not a ripoff. What you do is all you, man. That's why it works.

    Take care.
    V.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hello, my friend, and thank you for your kind review! Your first point makes sense to me, primarily because if a song I'm making doesn't inspire lyrics, or lyrics I've written don't inspire a song, then either the song is instrumental, or it never happens. I do like to make instrumentals that speak on their own too. It seems like some people have been identifying with my lyrics lately, but I've also gotten the distinct impression that people don't see things the way I do. You're right, some of my songs are very personal, and I suppose sometimes cryptic. Usually when I am writing I don't think of it that way though, it all seems pretty obvious and shallow. Not cliche and very poetic are nice things to say about lyrics, so thank you! I think I've been ripped off about as much as I've borrowed ideas from others, so I guess it all works out. I really appreciate your thorough comment, and the fact that you listened!

  17. brillbilly
    brillbilly on Thu 17th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    man you never spot suprizin me!

    This has so many vibs running through it,from oldschool electronic 80's music to modern industrial.!

    What ever you did..it rock me rocking in a hedonistic kind of way lol

    Real nice electronic forplay all covered in baby oil and metal spikes.!

    Yep... count me in lol

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey friend! Noticed you were on the forums not long ago, and here you are to listen to one of my songs! Thanks! Your words are always enjoyable to read and thought provoking. There's nothing wrong with a bit of hedonistic regres/expres-sion. Was some of the best spontaneous guitar stuff I've done I think, as it sounds looped but it's not. Baby oil and metal spikes, that sounds really comforting like 20 years ago comfortable. I need a metal bead with spikes for my dreads now. Thank you for your listen and comment as always, it's really good to have you here!

  18. Salook
    Salook on Thu 17th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Wow man...I know I'm always going to hear something totally unique when I come visiting your page, vocals are brilliant..you putting some serious attitude down on this one, reminded me of some early Mark Stewart, quality collab man...another I gotta download, thanks for sharing!..cool link in the description field also ;)

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey my friend, you've made me really happy with your comment, especially since I learned about a new artist! I've never heard of Mark Stewart before, and that just confounds me, because I'm into so many artists that he's apparently influenced and worked with. I read this regarding his band on Wiki - "The Pop Group, a band whose songtitles, political conviction, disrespect for copyright and willingness to collaborate laid the foundations for his later work." It really had meaning for me, since I aspire to these same ideals. Very cool! When I get it together to put some headphones on, I'll listen to something from him! So pleased that you could enjoy the link I provided, I know it's not so in depth, but I felt it was a good introduction to the idea. It was really strange having the feeling that I must record these guitars and vocals at 432 Hz, and so doing it. Then returning to the song without realizing what I did. I didn't get what was wrong until months later when I went to tune a guitar and my chromatic tuner was calibrated to 432. Was funny to me, but this mix of the song wouldn't have been possible without that. Strange the feeling you get when you can't see what's right in front of your face. Thank you so much for the fave and comment! In the mood to hear something you've done. See you soon.

  19. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 16th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Without a doubt your best vocal work I have heard so far. Fav'd and downloaded. Well done Pat.
    Steve

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    That's really kind of you to say! I really tried to be in the moment when I recorded these, and I think I atleast captured something in a humane sense. I always appreciate your listen and comment, thank you!

  20. soundhound
    soundhound on Wed 16th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Well this is put together, way outside the box but the value of the lyric
    is right on the mark, hit the nail on the head sorta speak...
    Great production and mix solid piece of work...

    Peace..TG.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hello my friend, and thank you for your comment! It's good to hear that some people can enjoy the lyrics for what they are. I'm having fun hearing how people interpret the song, and your words are valuable to me. I appreciate you listening!

  21. RiceChrisB
    RiceChrisB on Wed 16th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is deff interesting

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you for taking a listen and leaving a comment! Good to see you getting involved. I'll be by your page in a moment to check out your stuff!

  22. DESTERO
    DESTERO on Tue 15th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Cool Track Mate ,
    interesting collection of sounds and Vocals very nice put together, by listen to the first Minutes and i must thought about a commercial Technotrack..., i do not get the name, doesn´t matter anyway,enjoyed the listen,good work as usual.
    DRO

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks for taking a listen! Was just a track I had to release at some point, after fixing the problems of course. The title is meant to be taken at face value, without any judgement calls... it is a technical time, technically. I appreciate you taking the time to comment!

  23. BELTEDRADIAL
    BELTEDRADIAL on Tue 15th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    No harm no foul. ;-) I respect your position. Would it help if I was doing a story on Electric vehicles? http://instagr.in/t/instaiconvolt

    Don't get too hung up on the TISM comment. It's only from one of their songs and you could lose some sanity listening to too much TISM. They stopped in the 90s for a reason. I think the irony ran out! :-D

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you for understanding. I think I'll have to decline with electric cars as well. I'm a professional pedestrian and always have been. The only power I want to use to get where I'm going these days is food, water, and air. Not to diminish what you're doing though, we all have a right to live life as we please. As far as TISM goes, I don't know how much sanity is left to lose if I listened to them. Thanks for getting back to me!

  24. BELTEDRADIAL
    BELTEDRADIAL on Mon 14th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    I come here hoping to find music that I can use on my amateur car vids (this being my most recent http://youtu.be/p6Yw37k7qAY with Ubernova by Paylee). Usually I have much of the vid sorted then seek the music but this makes me want to make a vid for the music.

    It's not a cheeseburger. This track requires some care and attention to appreciate and get the best out of it; almost needing to be decoded. Still, that's where some of the best art lies.

    P.S. I can understand the David Byrne comparison too, with a slight TISM slant as well.

    If I can work out a video is it ok to use this track?

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hello, and thank you for listening! It makes me happy that you're interested to use this song... but, I feel I am going to have to decline. It's not that I don't appreciate your video work or anything like that, but I don't think I could sanction the use of my art in relation to cars or anything fossil fuel related. Just one of my insanities I guess. Please forgive. I liked you comment "It's not a cheeseburger." Made me wonder what really you meant. I looked up TISM and hadn't really heard of them before, so I'll have to check it out a bit. Thank you for listening and leaving a comment! Sorry to disappoint.

  25. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Sun 13th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    This is wicked mate. About a minute in and i found myself turning the volume up. There's some ace dubsteppy kind of basslines going on and the vocals really hit the spot in this one. I got to start throwing some vocals on my tracks.
    It's well written, well produced and a bit of a banger.
    Cracking stuff as always.
    FR

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey thanks my friend for the cool comment! It's definitely one to be heard loud, so I'm glad that you did. The verse parts were totally effected by FarM's dubstep/drumstep sort of bass and drums. Happy that you enjoyed the vocals! I'm thinking if I redid them, I could probably do better, as this was like 6 months ago. I'm thinking they capture a moment well this way though. Would like to hear what you do for vocals! I appreciate your listen!

  26. RealProblemShuckers
    RealProblemShuckers on Sun 13th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Really great song.... possibly one of the best songs I've listened from you, Spiv... you earn a fave from me!

    Keep up the very good work!

    -RealProblemShuckers

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Means a lot to me friend! I'm glad that you enjoyed listening! Thank you so much for the comment and the fave! (which I guess didn't show up?) See you on your page!

  27. LUNCK
    LUNCK on Sun 13th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    C00l! This more industrial.

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you very much for listening and commenting! I did just switch this to industrial. I knew I was doing the wrong thing putting it under electro, and your comment helped me think straight. I appreciate you stopping by!

  28. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Sun 13th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey Pat..interesting tune mate,especially the vocals,I put you on a par with David Byrne of Talking Heads (dead serious about this,it's not so much the accent it's your timbre and excellent continuity)...(hope we can get together for a collab some time mate)..the beat isn't exactly my cup of tea but it's definitely going to click with the electro set....subconsciously "borrowing"elements isn't stealing mate..it's paying respect....excellent work! cheers Dave

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hello my friend! I am so happy to receive a comment like this from you! To be compared to David Byrne is a big compliment, there are very few bands besides Talking Heads that have been constant fixtures in my life. There's been a lot of days and nights that were spent listening to their records, and I don't hear them nearly enough lately. I'm especially fond of "77", "More Songs About Buildings and Food", "Fear Of Music", and "Remain In Light". To say I have excellent continuity is really kind! These vocals were recorded probably 6 months ago or so, and though I think I've gotten better since, and could probably do them better now, I still appreciate the emotion and spontaniety of the recording. The half time parts of the beat aren't my cup of tea any more either, but it's a good snapshot of where I was at the time. Switched this to "industrial" since that's where I placed it on soundcloud, and in response to the comment right after yours. I agree with you that it's no big deal to subconsciously borrow from respected artists, I just am suspicious of Skinny Puppy's ability to get in my head. There's this song, and then two others which I gave titles that were basically identical to two songs on the same SP album. Just weird. I would be honored to collab with you sometime soon! Could definitely hear some awesome bass riffs that would inspire greatly! Thank you so much for listening and commenting!

  29. RenzWilde
    RenzWilde on Sat 12th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    SuuuWEEEET!!

    So glad I finally figured out how to see the lyrics while listening (Im kinda slow lol). Heavy lyrics. Some great melodies happening here too. Love how the sweet intro drops right into the verse and the track takes an immediate different turn. Like how you used the dubstep sparingly, just a taste here and there.

    No secret, I'm a Spiv fan. Gonna listen to other tracks on the loop but it'll be hard to top this. I faved 4 sho :)
    RW

    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl

    I appreciate you being the first to comment, and the fave is a sweet bonus! The verse parts were the main thing that was contributed by FarM, and which started me writing the lyrics. Glad you enjoyed reading the words too! I played the more rhythm oriented guitar parts, and took samples from the session to make the sampled guitar melodies. Was kind of fun. It's good to have a fan in you, and you already know I'm very into your music too! Hope you're doing good!

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I can't take
a life I don't create
A minute underground
and my mind has changed

It's a technical time
Crime on top of crime
Get ready for the climb
Steady is the grind

I can taste
a life I didn't make
Hate the taste
but it's in my face

It's a technical time
It's a technical time
It's a technical time
Crime on top of crime
It's a technical time
It's a technical time

why did I say that?
it's so unkind
what's in my past?
what's on my mind?
I might have died
twice late at night
I felt the moon
darken the sky

I can't shake
my mind of this hate
Listen to the sound
and it just sounds fake

It's a technical time
Crime on top of crime
Get ready for the climb
Steady is the grind

I am saved
by a kind degenerate
Now I'm slowing down
to taste the shame

It's a technical time
It's a technical time
It's a technical time
Crime on top of crime
It's a technical time
It's a technical time

 


 

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Official Song Info:
Lyrics:Nine and Karythos
Guitar:Nine and Couch Potatoe

Tags : | Industrial | 8.37 MB

Description : The title felt a little weak, hence the change.
It's finished! The mix is far, far better, I've added some extras and brought out some sounds that weren't coming through previously. D'ya think it's gig ready?

Description : Here's a song that I wrote with my friend. I tried to make a gritty and weird song that also included using my voice as a soundscape. Some sounds are simply me blowing into the mic.I put an insane amount of delay on the vocals and pitch shifted them down 2 semitones as well as adding distortion. Enjoy!

Music:Rick Joanisse/Ty Dumoulin

Description : A sort of Bonobo-meets-Faithless track with woodwind from MrMosely. I don't really know the genre; but sounds like a mix of industrial and chill out. A simple song (Simpleton!!!) but hopefully it works for you guys... consider it a new years song/birthday song (ya, im 12 now!!)

Tags : | Industrial | 2.96 MB

Description : Drawing on my favourite bands this demo fuses pulsing electronic beats with raw electric guitar, horror movie sound clips and a bit of my singing!

My next track will feature loops from Looperman so please follow me to hear it first!

Tags : | Industrial | 8.62 MB

Description : I used Serum and Sylenth1 to create all the synths and basslines. I used random percussion samples for the drums. It's not dubstep, and it's not Drum and Bass, but it's elements are heavily drawn from both to create an experimental industrial track in it's own class. It's heavy, aggressive, and driving. Some will like it, others won't. As always, mixing tips, suggestions and advice is welcome. Take care. V.

Description : For those of you who haven't grabbed my new album "Labrynth Of Self" I'm putting up another one from it. This is the only thing on the album that I'd really call industrial, and it comes closest to my goal of creating something that Ohgr might do on one of his albums. It contains some very weird sounds that I don't specifically remember creating. Don't be shy with your critique, it's not the sort of music everyone likes. Thanks for listening friends!

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