Truly exquisite cover art.
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my mom likes this album too
although only the orchestral bits, when she hits the electronic bits she's like DNW, NEXT SONG PLZ but she has very defined tastes sooo
but anyway everything on this is the best
since you are masters of melody you should all travel back in time sometime in the future and hug yourself riiiiiight..... NOW !
Also at 00:39 in The Broken Clock, I keep thinking the song will turn into Doll Judgement. bluh bluh i should un-train my ears from trying to find touhou music everywhere, stupid stupid dumb. :|
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Huh, so that's why I thought about Dancing Mad when listening to Scratch.
Man, any time I try to listen to one song, I end up listening to like 5 because it is so cohesive
Oh my god.
IDE/Theory: This song will be used as the EOA6 song, or barring that, SOA7.
YOUR SHINING BOY
I've got gifs down here!
I'm not that kind of "orchestra" guy but this album really changes my opinion.
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Did anyone else hear a bit of Endless Climb in Apocryphal Antithesis, toward the end?
Mr. Awesome-I heard a part of the "tunneling"from Squiddles Sleep.
This album is beautiful. You knocked this one out of the park, music team. I was so excited when I realized this was a whole album full of orchestral music. I love all the songs, especially The Broken Clock. Omelette Sandwich was also pretty hilarious. xD
Also, the Bandcamp main site says The Felt is 3rd on the top album list on Bandcamp right now, so congrats!
Shostakovich Cello concerto #2 third movement. Wondering if you noticed that too when playing it, if you know of that piece, or if you also wrote Baroqueback, if you had that in mind?
Oh by the way anyone that liked Baroqueback or discovered that they love the cello because of it should listen to that entire concerto that I linked the third part to, it's pretty amazing.
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I've had it.
This is too much.
I'm getting FL now, and I'm gonna save up money for either a new keyboard, or some expensive MIDI card for my computer, because this album, you people, this album convinces me that music is the key to harmony..
It's just so fucking awesome. Major props to all of you who worked on this, Omelette Sandwich is currently my favorite, but I haven't had time to listen through all of them (at work now)
I was having an awesome day, and then I checked MSPA, and IT GOT 2000% BETTER. And then something annoying happened, but that meant I got to go home and listen to this, so it's all good.
*flails* SO AWESOME.
I LOVE YOU ALL.
THIS IS FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC.
THIS ENTIRE ALBUM IS BEAUTIFUL.
LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL.
I'm really impressed with the cover art especially. Oh god Skeptic, you're amazing. I could stare at it all day. Absolutely gorgeous. My favorite songs are Swing of the Clock, The Broken Clock, Temporal Piano, and Time Paradox.
I swear I could hear some Sarabande in Time Paradox? But I'm crap at recognizing leitmotifs, so probably not.
Bowtier is sort of the culmination of a dark vein of improvisation that I play with a lot, and have played with some in the past. When Felt time came, I decided to sit down and bang out some cello music derived from that sort of noodling. I had no idea how reception would be, and I actually expected for it not to get used on the album at all because I was pretty sure people would find it boring. Guess I was wrong!
so is there any particular reason that Rhapsody in Green is backwards?
did you guys just decide it sounds better that way