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Nice job! Happy clock day!

NitroOrient responds:

Thank you! Happy Clock Day to you!


Nice song, absolutely 100 percent funky. :D

Didn't know there were still "ringtones" around in times when you can use your full song mp3s for it. But hey, this one's great.

I'm with WunderWoffle, it reminds me a little of Daft Punk and that's definitely a good thing for electrofunk.

Congrats on the first place!

snayk responds:

Well setting an mp3 as a ringtone still technically makes it a ringtone. This one just happens to have vocals which make it extra appropriate for use as such :)

Thanks for the congrats + review!

Wonderful and inspiring

I have to agree with PsychoticBambi, I instantly pictured an RPG in my inner eye.

Our hero in front of the castle at night, in the "Garden of Moonlight".

But I guess it's not limited to this, just my first thought.

Harp music in general makes me think of medieval times, knights and princesses.

Congratulations, as you can see in the reviews, your song is very inspiring.

Audio Portal is such a great place!

rtnario responds:

Yeah. I thought of something similar too, except it's no hero in front of a castle, but just any protagonist strolling in an open garden by moonlight, deep in thought. Ta-da, song! This was actually directly inspired a lot by a harp piece Yasunori Mitsuda composed for the DS game Soma Bringer. He's a genius. *_*

Thanks for the review, and yes, the Audio Portal is indeed awesome. :D

Wow I am surprised ^_^

First off, I'm not into Metal usually, so I'm honestly surprised, that I was totally amazed by this one. Of course I loved The YuYu like all of Adam Phillips flashs and I loved Spider Stacey's song.

But reading "YuYu Metal", made me think "Nah come on, don't destroy a good song". But I was toooootally wrong. To me it's the best cover version I heard so far.

It really takes up the sweeping mood of the original song, what I think is the most important part.

I'm going to listen some other of your songs now and I should listen to some more Folk Metal I guess.

Great work, it would probably be a good choice as part of the soundtrack for the planned Brackenwood film.

5/5 & 10/10

rtnario responds:

Wow, I'm glad this remix of mine got appreciated by those who don't listen to much metal :D

Thanks so much for the review, and thanks even more if you do check out my other stuff up here! And about folk metal...I recommend Elvenking's "The Winter Wake" album to get you started. ^^

If this was ever to become part of this Brackenwood film you mentioned though...I'd be really REALLY honored! But honestly I don't know where this would fit in XD

Remember: Still waters run wet.

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