This is a really fast song that minimizes repetition. It's hard, thumping and highly creative.
The composer of this song keeps it smooth and there's nothing jarring about it.
The transitions are very smooth, though the panning is minimal it doesn't take away from the song.
Not sure what the composer intended but I know what I play this song to - racing games. It's highly inspiring and the composition is tight.
This piece is highly catchy and it has been in my collection and active music rotation / playlists for almost twenty years. The whole song is catchy, it transitions from one high energy section to the next and its variation makes it seem a lot less repetitive than the average song.
This song reminds me of watching my daughters growing up. I know that sounds simple, but it really isn't, when it comes to this song. It starts out quiet, like the time before you're born, and then gentle, like the story of a newborn, and then it picks up - you can't help but think of a kid running around exploring the world. Then it gets very fast, like one's teen years and then adult life itself. That's what this song makes me think of, in vivid detail.
Apparently, according to the comments in the song, it did NOT make it into the 2nd round of the M4V Veterans' competition.
Aquafresh, wherever you are in this world right now, I've been aiming to tell you for TWELVE LONG YEARS... that's bulls$%t. I listened to the songs that did qualify in that compo and I know for a fact that your song should have been in the final round.
This song, unlike those other ones, told a story - one that has stuck in my head and played every time I looked at my kids.
This song obviously took some serious skill. What can I say? It is a professionally done song, far past the mere designation of a "mod".
Arrangement, mix? That's the thing with this song... it lacks any problems in those areas. The author kept it simple but powerful.
Creativity: the author obviously intended to tell some kind of story, and it worked. It certainly connected with me and I cannot forget it.
As a piece of music, this song works. It hardly gets repetitive, and that sets it apart from most other songs in the world, not just tracks/mods. This song grows up as it goes along, perhaps like the child this song may be named after.
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