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    Re: eighty eight 2018/06/14 02:14:41 (permalink)

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    Re: eighty eight 2018/06/14 04:08:10 (permalink)
    I could see your vocals placed into an entirely different song, and it could be a power pop ballad. That's unusual for an experimental piece. What was that sound. like someone dragging a trash can lid in a parking garage?
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    Re: eighty eight 2018/06/14 11:56:10 (permalink)
    Not something I'd listen driving home at 3 am  but this kind of stuff is interesting to me (mostly) for one reason:
    I haven't solved the mystery of why some similarily "chaotic", experimental music  is somewhat easily adaptable, and some just leaves me outside. This one does let me enter the corridor, at least.

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    Re: eighty eight 2018/06/15 01:42:53 (permalink)
    Jesse - this one drew me in - this isn't the kind of thing one would listen to all the time - but they sure can be fund to do.
    Thought you might be interested in this Halloween tune a few of us did a few years ago called Scared.
    Check it out.

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    Re: eighty eight 2018/06/21 21:17:00 (permalink)
    Ya know you're never gonna crack the top 40 if you can't sing the title somewhere - I never once heard "eighty eight".  Or any of the eighties for that matter.
    But on a more serious note, what does it mean to be you??    

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    Re: eighty eight 2018/06/25 09:27:54 (permalink)
    A little bit freaky! I feel like I'm teetering on the edge of sanity :)
    An interesting musical expression. Some of those notes have me thinking of the shower scene in Psycho!
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    Re: eighty eight 2018/06/25 14:09:27 (permalink)
    That was so weird even I liked it. 
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