Above Destiny (cyc_dest.it)
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Lyrics: A rooftop landscape, seen by the light of a thousand neon signs. The sound of a saxiphone rises from the alley below. Nobody comes up here much, so I'm suprised by the sound of footsteps behind me. I turn and see the face of an old friend. He tells me: "The future is what we make of it." I say: "Sometimes we need to go where destiny sends us." ---------------------------------------- Total play time: 3:30 File size: 999,999 bytes (approx) This song represents several firsts: - I've always despised drum loops as being repetitive, unoriginal, and wasteful of space. A friend teased that this was because I didn't know how to use them. I took this as a challenge, hence the drum loop. - This is the first time I've ever written a song with lyrics. Is there a way to record a sample while listening to an IT?
Mystic Drumloop MetalFlute Piano Astrovox Lyrics1 Tom Lyrics2 Lyrics3 Sax Lyrics4 Lyrics5 Lyrics6 Lyrics7 Mystic Drumloop MetalFlute Piano Astrovox "A rooftop landscape..." Tom "The sound of a sax..." "Nobody comes up here..." Sax "I turn, and see the..." "He tells me" "The future is..." "I say sometimes we..." Credits: Music and lyrics by Stefan Xenos AKA Cyclone Thanks to Will Schweizer AKA Bishop and my girlfriend Melissa for their support and suggestions. Sample credits: The drum loop was taken from StOtE's LOOP SET volume 1, by Andrew Sargeant. The tom and the sax were ripped from tunes by Necros. All vocals were recorded by Stefan Xenos. All other instruments were taken from the Ensoniq sample pack, but have been edited somewhat. See the song message for the lyrics. (Shift-F9 in Impulse Tracker) This song is copyright (C)1997 Stefan Xenos. You may distribute this file free of charge. This tune was written for the multichannel music competition at the Crash '97 demo party in Calgary, where it won second place. Special thanks go to Mauricio and Candy for letting me use their computer to finish the song. Greets go out to all the cool people I met at Crash. Big smiles go out to Seks and Physics who worked so hard to put the whole event together. It's just too bad more people didn't show up. KEEP SUPPORTING THE NORTH-AMERICAN DEMO SCENE!