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Nominated by the crew for either outstanding quality, technique or creativity (or combination of) on 10th Jul 1999
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Posted by Pip Malt on Wed 14th Oct 2009, rated 8 / 10.
Posted by Arne Puszelski on Sat 19th Sep 2009, rated 10 / 10.
How's it possible that I've missed this Elwood tune among all the others? Gotta be the only Elwood tune that wasn't in my playlist yet! It differs a bit from his style, it's really great nevertheless! I really enjoy the samples and the panning. Just like always with Elwood's tunes: NEED MOAR BASS! :-D
Posted by Saga Musix on Tue 2nd Dec 2008, rated 10 / 10.
if that what the american Homecoming is, than it's great. this tune, with a style which's unwanted from Elwood, produces a great impression and influence. flowing, full of dreams about future and love, and on and on... 31st's A+ Rating Submitted
Posted by A-zTech on Tue 2nd Dec 2008, rated 10 / 10.
Posted by m0d on Fri 14th Dec 2007, rated 10 / 10.
This is an absolutly beautiful song. The light, fantasy like melody takes you through a new world of endless possiblities and mystery. If you're a dreamer, then this song's for you. It moved me incredibily, but ,of course, I've come to expect nothing less from Elwood. Although only 8-bit samples were used in this song, they're very powerful and arranged extreamly well. The patterns that the author uses are very complex, but flow flawlessly to produce a very smooth, and atractive sound.
Posted by TMA Placeholder Account on Mon 12th Jul 1999, rated 10 / 10.
Internal Texts *
- Homecoming -
This song was finished
in 12th May 1998. It's
inspired by and
dedicated to my
Greetings to everyone!
And thanks for e-mails
(C) 1998 Jussi Salmela
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