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Sisterhood Of The Left by smashmethod Sisterhood Of The Left by smashmethod
Album download and additional information now on Fictionalhead.com

2 part submission again. The CD design, and the music.

An extremely minimal cd case design for some older "techno" productions I made. They're all pretty percussion heavy, and range from slow and melodic to full on Drum n Bass. So as always, check the album sampler to see if it's the kind of music you like. As a disclaimer, they are more like the quadrophonix material I released than the people turning inward / scottish watercolor cd's.

For those of you who do download the music below, a comment as to which tracks you think are best/worst is always good feedback. bolded tracks are personal favorites / recomendations.

All feedback welcome... please leave at least a litttle something for a comment if you're going to DL all the music, thanks.
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DragonessD Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Track 7, the Fallen Symphony, is my favorite off this. Love the contrast, and it flows so easy from one part to the next.
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lolly Featured By Owner May 13, 2005
Haha! That sample in the middle of "Wheres the Kaboom" made me laugh my ass off! I have to say I'm really really digging this. Been listenign to all of it all morning. Fracture is a fave already.
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smashmethod Featured By Owner May 13, 2005  Professional Interface Designer
Random interesting side note, fracture was written 2 years after all the other songs on that cd.
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tabard Featured By Owner May 11, 2005  Hobbyist
Flyby is definitely in my top two on this album. Motion is my favorite. It kind of reminds me of Enigma. Good stuff. A couple of the songs (Corsica and The Fallen Symphony) have really abrupt tempo/style change that kind of threw me off a bit, but overall, great music :)
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dclxvi Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2005
somehow I missed out on this one until just now. just listened to a few of the tracks and I like it! thank you.
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pocketpins Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2005
i forgot to mention, the beginning of the fallen symphony was familiar to me. now i remember that it reminds me of the intro to AFI's "Silver & Cold"
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pocketpins Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2005
number 7 has got to be my favorite of all of them. i think i like it better before it switches, but in a way it reminds me of Radiohead's "Paranoid Android" in how it can switch styles mid song, and several times even. it's gergeous. all i ask is to know what method/program you use to compile or "mix" the songs. really nice work on these.

+joe
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Tang-of-Red Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2004
Oooooh, very nice once again ^^! I'm listenin' to 'Where's the Kaboom' right now, sounds really great!
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cbm2004 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2004   Photographer
I've been listening to this (as well as some of yout other music) alot lately. My favorites are Corsica, The Fallen Symphony, Feel the Groove, and Process of Illumination. This is a cool album, good to listen to whilst doing homework and such. Thanks for the great music.

(I'll list my favorites from the other albums I've been listening to later, now I have to go)
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CAPSL0CK Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2004   Digital Artist
Thanks for the music.
Stay tuned for the review + my personal favourates.
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