Suicide Express infinity

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Composed by:
Antony Crowther (Ratt)
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This is good, but it could have been amazing with more detail.
An amazing, amazing intro continues in Jarre-ish style, but unfortunately, its style remains simple and doesn't evolve beyond that. Holds lots of promise, but delivers less than that.
Not the most intricate piece, but solid none the less.
I agree with Mordi: A solid tune. But no more. Nothing to beats me off my chair, nothing to let me dance. Besides that, it's a good tune, better than a lot of other tunes released the last few weeks.
It has a nice authentic atmosphere
I realy love this song although I don't like these games "a la Sanxion"
Love the Röyksopp influences (but agree with others that it's a bit thin in places).
Nice athmo and good sound!
Review by Grigul


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Well, I've heared that tune now two times today. As I said the the Shout: A solid tune. But nothing more. And that's it on the point: I feel there's something missing. Something that makes that piece to an outstanding one, but I've no idea what that could be. There's also something at the beginning. Lello Caliendo, you took something like a wave in the beginning. The sound is going deeper and is raising again (I have problems to say it in a better way, I'm sorry. I'm not a musician, I can't play an instrument, I even can't read a single note... 😒 So forgive me for my insufficient explanation). In my opinion this wave destroys the beginning. At 1:27 the tune becomes interesting (meant in a positive way) - that leads to my review A solid tune. I personally wouldn't use the snare drum (I guess it is a snare drum - correct me if I'm wrong). I think, a darker drum would be nice here (once again, I've my problems to find the correct words). Afterall, a good piece, nice to listen to - but not more.