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SEO

Posted by Ad on May 6, 2011

So there’s this thing websites do… or actually, the ppl running the websites, do. It’s when they utilize a variety of techniques to make their site seem more popular and more important to search engines. This is bugging me, and has been for some time. I like reading about ppl’s thoughts on my music. I like it when ppl mention me or my music. I like it when I inspire jewelryย (really made my day, also mentioned on my twitter).

What I don’t like is having to spend so much time rewriting my searches so I can actually find this. Google’s selective searches do a decent job at filtering out some of the sites that pop up, but how do I know I’m not missing out on sites with genuine interst in my work?

So instead of blog and forum posts that mention my music, I get hundreds of free mp3 sites that offer for free a free mp3 of my music as free mp3s. I can’t think of any way it’s ethical to distribute my music on a site that does more to get in the way of my searches than to actually provide ppl with my music. I tried out a few of them, and in most cases they wanted me to install some executable. Even if this isn’t spyware of some kind, most of my music atm is free and shouldn’t require any hoops to get to. Especially not when someone else stands more to gain from those hoops than I do. I mean, I made the music.

And they hide behind the “we just provide access to the content, it’s not on our servers” excuse. I can understand the youtube newb uploading an album or music video of his/her favorite band/artist without considering this is possible sales and views lost from the artist/band (then again, piracy does increase interest and thus sales… at least with Minecraft). This is done out of appreciation for the music. Ripping game contents to share with other enthusiasts and provide a resource for potential enthusiasts? Fine with me. The modding community? I kind’a wanna join it. Free mp3 download for free get rozovian music free download downloads? Leave my music alone you soulless webcrawling zombie algorithms.

When I have an album out, I’ll want ppl to buy it. I’ll want ppl to tell me what they think. I’ll want ppl to stream it from places where I actually get some revenue back. I want _people_ to hear it. I want ppl to hear it from _me_, not from some spamtastic adful directory (that looks like crap anyway).

Some years ago, the only web find for “rozovian” was some Russian philosophy book (not why I chose the name). Then I got on fictionpress with my teen ambitions, I had a depressing blog about being me as a teen, I had a mikser.net account with two semi-decent original tracks, and I had some accounts on some forums. And then ocremix happened. Now I’m all over the web. Almost every mention of “rozovian” online is me and my ocremix tracks. For better or worse.ย Even that vid of some dude’s oil change tutorial with my music in the background is all over the place. And apparently on every other oil-related site out there spamming themselves with quasi-related content in order to look important to Google.

At least ocremix is big enough to be the top result for “rozovian”. At least for me.

And yes, I’m intentionally adding lots of links to me. Not accidentally. I want the algorithms to know they’re all me, and think they’re all more important. At least more important that free mp3s blah blah blah.

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Entitlement

Posted by Ad on November 4, 2010

From time to time, I google myself. It’s interesting to see what crops up then: a mention on a blog, listed in “listening to” references, youtube video clones, free download sites…

As I don’t have anything commersial out there, I don’t have a problem with any of this, but it has me worried. When I release an album, one I wanna earn some dough with, who’s to say it won’t end up uploaded everywhere so everyone can grab everything for free?

The internet is changing. Content creators have to come up with new ideas all the time to get money. Donations, merchandize, concerts, licensing… While some pirates may be pirates of convenience who would pay if it was easy enough – take Steam as a great example of how to deal with pirates of convenience: make buying _more_ convenient – others are pirates of economy or entitlement – they wouldn’t buy at all. Why should they get for free what I worked hard to produce? Spotify kind’a does the same with music as Steam does with games, it makes it convenient. Which reminds me, I should get Spotify. I need new music.

From time to time I deal with ppl with an inflated sense of entitlement on ocremix’ forums; people who expect to be good at music because they have good software, and expect to get their remix posted on ocremix because they made it. Why should they be any different from the ppl who spent years learning to make music? It’s unfair! Well it would be: it took me about a year of learning on ocremix before I got a remix posted, and that was after 5-6 years of making music. Was I annoyed at my first NO? Yes I was. Did that put my sense of entitlement in check? Yes it did. Would it be fair if any n00b with an audio file could get their stuff posted there? No it wouldn’t.

Because a lot of ppl grow up in a world where mom and dad get them whatever they want, and mom and dad have vague jobs somewhere out there, ppl might not make the connection between work and earnings. So ppl grow up with the idea of money as this thing that ppl just have. Not good.

I’ve been thinking about money a lot. With the world economy (and especially the US economy) dropping into the toilet, I looked up all these economy things I never cared for before. I realized there is no money. Money is just a promise of labor, or a proof of labor, depending on how you wanna look at it. Everyone has to work for something to get something. Back in the day, you’d farm your land, you’d get food. Or someone else would farm their land, you’d make them shovels and plows, and you’d get food. Money is the middle man. They give you money for the tools, you give them money for the food.

If I make music for you, don’t I sort of work for you? Shouldn’t I then get paid? Who’s supposed to pay me?

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Should get a job in the industry

Posted by Ad on July 19, 2010

It’s 3 PM. Just woke up and had breakfast/lunch. I went to bed 7 AM. Technically, I went to bed around 1 AM, couldn’t sleep, did stuff, tried again, couldn’t sleep, did more stuff etc…

So what kept me up? Sirlin Games’ characters, Caesar II, and the idea of a survival game I wanna make. As if I could. I dug up Caesar II the other day, having fun with it. I suck at these kinds of management games, but I still like seeing the city and stuff grow. The survival game idea/sketch is something I’d like to make some day, so I’m keeping quiet about how it works.

Sirlin’s characters tho… I’ve been reading his blog and articles from time to time, and came across his Fantasy Strike characters. I wrote music for them. I know he’s got someone already, and it’s probably ocremix, but I don’t care. I had fun. ๐Ÿ˜€

Anyway, with stuff revolving a lot around games and stuff, I’m thinking I should just learn programming and start making crappy looking games with decent gameplay and awesome music. I got nothing better to do anyway.

Just gotta learn to program. *sigh*

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Quick update

Posted by Ad on July 14, 2010

Just saying that I still need a muse, OCR has put up two of my mixes in the past few months, and I’m working on an original album.

Okay, I would be working on my original album, but I need a muse. Need something to get the tracks done. I’ve started a handful of new tracks but most of them are 20-second sound tests or sketches or something. Need to write whole ones too, finish them, and make an album out of it all.

Oh and I should be working on the ocr albums I’m involved in. I could finish my involvement in two of the project with just an hour or two per track. And most of that is load time / rendering / converting.

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maybe I need a muse

Posted by Ad on May 25, 2010

Okay so, the last few… ugh, months, really, I’ve been having a hard time finishing any tracks. I’ve got some plans for original albums, small vgm remix albums, and of course finished the project tracks I’ve promised ppl. Ugh, promises.

That got me thinking… I sometimes write better just because someone inspires me. I wrote my Bionic Commando track by listening to Rebecca Mayes’ take on the new Bionic Commando game. Which reminds me, the remix isn’t actually done yet, I was gonna redo the drums. *sigh*

I always thought I was a bit of an asocial person, but I’m generally more energetic and inspired when I’m around ppl a lot. Maybe it’s cuz my mind wants to run away from the impersonal crowd and into something personal, like music. Or maybe I’m motivated ad inspired by ppl.

So, I need a muse. And a job. ๐Ÿ˜€

Maybe I should just pick some random person that I know or know of and see where that takes me. maybe I can finally finish that memory-hogging process-clogging time signature experiment for the BadAss project. lol. To think I considered finishing it for bLiNd’s tribute album. It’s _still_ not done. I need more memory for Omnisphere.

Also, I made it home from England without much of a problem. It cost my dad a bit to rent cars tho. Fortunately, I’m not paying. Unfortunately, I don’t have that kind of money anyway. Anybody with money and who need music for something interested in hiring me for something? Anyone? Hello?

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London, school, stuff…

Posted by Ad on April 10, 2010

No, not yet. Going later.

I’ve gotten a lot of music projects out of the way, but some of them still weigh me down. I guess I can share some quick thoughts about them:

Rap beats for a couple of friends. Fun to try something new, but it’s really not a style I’m used to. Makes it difficult.

Two remix projects I’m involved in. Neither remix is turning out as I wanted it to, and they’re both using some big plugins so they make the whole computer run slow. I should just extract the midi, write them with terrible instruments, then move the midi back in. That’s actually not a bad idea. Hm…

Seiken Densetsu 3 Remix Project – Songs of Light and Darkness Lost and Borked Files. I’m starting to hate it. Way more trouble than it’s worth. Stupid Rozo, promised to run it and cover all the tracks. No more promises. I promise.

What else… yeah, Pokรฉmon remix project, need to fix those. Assorted non-project mixes. Need to downprioritize those. Bionic Commando… I’m not happy with it, should redo it. I have a lot better sounds now. Just need to re-render the drums and replace the audio, that might be enough. Oh and take off the limiters from every friggin’ track in it and most of my other slightly older works.

And I should apply for schools. You see how big a priority that is for me.

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Getting pro-er

Posted by Ad on September 2, 2009

Apparently, a game I did sound effects for – ย for free, unfortunately ๐Ÿ˜‰ – was on gamescom recently. A student from a media design school posted on ocremix about needing music and sound effects, and i said I could help out. Feels great to play the game, hearing my own sounds. Yeah, just sounds, I did no music for that game.

The game is basically a rock-paper-scissors RTS game. I need to play a bit more, learn how it works. Currently I’m not doing too well. Need to figure out how to capture bases. I might post a link to the game once they’ve implemented a few currently missing features and possibly added more sound effects. ๐Ÿ˜€

So now I can say I’ve got a toe in the door of video game audio… Doesn’t feel significant enough to say I’ve got a foot in the door, but a toe… yeah, no doubt about that. ๐Ÿ˜€ A step in the right direction.

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Echoes of Betrayal, Light of Redemption, CD3

Posted by Ad on August 5, 2009

Bored, can’t sleep. Perfect for listening to an album and typing up some track-by-track comments. ๐Ÿ˜€

Long Dao has done some cool stuff before, but Tundra of Dwarves has emotional depth that I haven’t heard in other orchestral works by him. It’s a great opening for disc 3. Then again, so could In The Land of Dwarves be. Where Long went for melancholy ilp0 goes for something totally different. I’m having a hard time describing it, it’s a mixture of a lot of different styles and instrumentation. It’s a lot of fun to listen and compare parts, trying to figure out what to call it… and failing.

bLiNd is well represented on this album, Path of Deception being more subdued than Golbez ‘N Goblins but still keeps the beat going. From that we move to something slower, Level 99’s Calcobrena After a Night of Dinner and Dancing. It’s refreshing to hear electric guitars after the tracks so far, and this track serves as something of a breakdown on the album as a whole, as it’s about to pick up again.

Kidd Cabbage brings the metal with Treason, a metal track with a lot of variety in its parts, and kicks the album back into high gear, only to have it brought down in the intro to Until the Tower Falls by Nutritious, OA, Moonlapse, nonsensicalalexis, and audio fidelity. It’s one of those “everything but the kitchen sink” type tracks, with some vocal bits, electric guitar and rock drums, synths, orchestral parts, and violin. I generally prefer tracks that stick to one or two things, but these genre-bender concoctions are epic.

What’s a Final Fantasy album without the prelude, and what better to do with the track than to play it on piano? BogusRed’s rendition is emotional and gracefully brings the vibe back down to Earth after the last track. Appropriately enough, it’s followed by Vampire Hunter Dan’s A Savior Ascends, which after a slow, transitional intro brings the epic back, as something I’d call classical. It sticks to the down-to-Earth vibe, but with a much larger scope.

James George takes us to another world in the next track, The Still Land. Pluck-like synths, an otherworldly atmosphere, and later via a Metroid Prime-like synth part into something more like the other genre-benders, just more in keeping with the established mood, something bLiNd in his Bridge to Eternity turns into something hauntingly epic. Just get to the 2:11 chorus part and you’ll know what I mean.

While on the topic of haunting, DragonAvenger and OA did an excellent job at just that with their ร‰minence Grise, part one of the album’s finale. While DA’s contribution may only be voice, it’s a significant contribution, completing OA’s already chilling arrangement.

Genesis of Destruction, the second part of the album finale, is huge. While it could be mixed more impactful there’s no denying I get goosebumps from it. Especially the 4:26 choir part. I remember recording my part for that, sitting in below freezing in a summer house next to ours to have a quiet location to record in. While I can’t make out my own voice in there, I know I contributed. Albeit with very little.

audio fidelity and Nutritious are the heroes of this remix, with Cyril the Wolf and lisabela singing leads. It’s an epic concoction at 7:48 long. This one has everything _including_ the kitchen sink… figuratively, and is the largest track on the album (counting CotMM’s 10 and 35 minute bonus tracks as longer, just not bigger).

It is followed by Facing, which Fishy handles well, going from an atmospheric start to a rock finish. The final track is a bossanova-like jazz collab between Abadoss, audio fidelity, bustatunez, and theultravisitor. It was recently posted on ocr, along with its story. It’s a sweet track, perfect to end the album’s official tracklist with… it’s Kind of Green.

No promises I’ll review the bonus tracks as well, three quarters of an hour of CotMM might be too much for me but… we’ll see. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Echoes of Betrayal, Light of Redemption, CD2

Posted by Ad on July 25, 2009

Just woke up. I’m strangely tired and bored out of my skull. What do I do? I play the second cd from the ocremix FF4 album that was released last weekend. For free. Go get it if you haven’t already.
There’s something very chippy about AeroZ Mystic variations, the opening track to the second CD of Echoes. It’s followed by the cutest metal track I’ve ever heard, Metal Mage by Cyril the Wolf, his brother Lil’ Wolfie, and OA. There have been some complaint about how wildly varied the album is, and with synth madness, metal, and now a solo piano piece I’m inclined to agree. Then again, there’s nothing wrong with that, and they all fit together well, and utilize and reference many of the same melodies. Long Dao’s Smiling Hilltop for Four Hands is the piano track in question.
Then again, it’s fits so well with the following track, Step into the Light by Nutritious. Long, soft intro make it transition easily from Long Dao’s piano track. Now for something totally different, the prophet of mephisto’s Long Time Gone, which I’m having a hard time describing. Synths, beats, some guitar… Well, in any case I like it.
The Rhymes with Elixir is apparently a joke track by remixers under the alias The Scuba Divers. Liontamer had a guest spot as the mc in the intro. It’s strange track, since the sound and production is expectedly high, and the rap is to me about as serious as “real” rap. That doesn’t say actually say the rap in it is particularly good, but I do like the varied voices, especially how much character they all have. Something about Shiva’s voice and/or processing gives me goosebumps. Then again “Chocobo, Chocobo, you’re so fine, you’ve got more bling than all of those guys;” how can you take a song like that serious?
Despite usually only contributing voice, DragonAvenger did some arranging on the project, her second interlude Nom! following the rap. The idea of interludes is cool, and short as they are, they serve as a nice break from the big, loud and/or epic tracks on the project. Nathan Rich takes us for a flight in Blue Planet in Mode 7, a take on the Airship source that only bring my mind to open skies, freedom, and the ability to fly.
Goodbye Cid… That’s next, a collaboration between Wiesty, audio fidelity, and OA that features electric guitar, synths, and organ. It has a melancholic vibe, and ilp0’s Almost Fell for a Trojan shares that vibe, but takes it to a different environment and context.
One of the most stunning tracks on the entire album is Hy Bound’s and Loka LaFevre’s Somewhere to Hide, which with beautiful vocal parts, hard beats is a really emotional track, just one more haunting than the sappy ones usually associated with the word “emotional”. Strangely juxtaposed after hiding, we hear AeroZ solo on cello… at least until the tracks takes an expected turn into the territory of synths – after all, this is AeroZ we’re talking about. Th combination of cello and synths works well together, and the remixer uses them both skillfully.
Fallen Ascent by Children of the Monkey Machine, another atmosphere-orineted track, takes the same melody we heard in Somewhere to Hide and puts it in a dark cloud where we feel more than we hear. Next comes Survival Instinct by Audix, taking us forward at a higher tempo than the ethereal nightmare before. No wonder, as it’s another battle source.
Cyril the Wolf’s strong suit isn’t electronic music, which although shows in OMFG! GET OUT OF THERE!!! doesn’t ruin the track. I keep associating it with the Space Pirate music from the Metroid Prime series, which felt just as frantic the first time you played it. Again, two very different tracks juxtaposed, an ethereal intro consisted mostly of bells and bell-like synths is played after the more frantic track.
Anyone looking at the data of the current track should know that the ethereal intro belongs to my track, Lacrima. it continues into more synths, drums, and strays far from the tone of the source. So far, I’ve been getting all positive feedback for it, save for a few nitpicks I agree on anyway.
Oh and don’t skip the outro, it’s one of the strangest things I’ve ever done, or even heard – and it’s completely accidental, which makes it even cooler. Yep, my favorite part of the track is a compelte accident, that’s how awesome I am. ๐Ÿ˜€
Theme of Love for Guitar Duet is the last track on the second CD, Pot Hocket softly and beautifully bring it to a close. it segues nicely into the first track of disc 3… but that’s another story for another moment of boredom.

Just woke up. I’m strangely tired and bored out of my skull. What do I do? I play the second cd from the ocremix FF4 album that was released last weekend. For free. Go get it if you haven’t already.

There’s something very chippy about AeroZ Mystic variations, the opening track to the second CD of Echoes. It’s followed by the cutest metal track I’ve ever heard, Metal Mage by Cyril the Wolf, his brother Lil’ Wolfie, and OA. There have been some complaints about how wildly varied the album is, and with synth madness, metal, and next a solo piano piece I’m inclined to agree. Then again, there’s nothing wrong with that, as they all fit together well, and utilize and reference many of the same melodies. Long Dao’s Smiling Hilltop for Four Hands is the piano track in question.

Then again, it’s fits so well with the following track, Step into the Light by Nutritious. Long, soft intro make it transition easily from Long Dao’s piano track. Now for something totally different, the prophet of mephisto’s Long Time Gone, which I’m having a hard time describing. Synths, beats, some guitar… Well, in any case I like it.

The Rhymes with Elixir is apparently a joke track by remixers under the alias The Scuba Divers. Liontamer had a guest spot as the mc in the intro. It’s strange track, since the sound and production is expectedly high, and the rap is to me about as serious as “real” rap. That doesn’t say actually say the rap in it is particularly good, but I do like the varied voices, especially how much character they all have. Something about Shiva’s voice and/or processing gives me goosebumps. Then again “Chocobo, Chocobo, you’re so fine, you’ve got more bling than all of those guys;” how can you take a song like that seriously? ๐Ÿ˜€

Despite usually only contributing voice, DragonAvenger did some arranging on the project, her second interlude Nom! following the rap. The idea of interludes is cool, and short as they are, they serve as a nice break from the big, loud and/or epic tracks on the project. Nathan Rich takes us for a flight in Blue Planet in Mode 7, a take on the Airship source that only bring my mind to open skies, freedom, and the ability to fly.

Goodbye Cid… That’s next, a collaboration between Wiesty, audio fidelity, and OA that features electric guitar, synths, and organ. It has a melancholic vibe, and ilp0’s Almost Fell for a Trojan shares that vibe, but takes it to a different environment and context.

One of the most stunning tracks on the entire album is Hy Bound’s and Loka LaFevre’s Somewhere to Hide, which with beautiful vocal parts, hard beats is a really emotional track, just one more haunting than the sappy ones usually associated with the word “emotional”. Strangely juxtaposed after hiding, we hear AeroZ solo on cello… at least until the tracks takes an expected turn into the territory of synths – after all, this is AeroZ we’re talking about. The combination of cello and synths works well together, and the remixer uses them both skillfully.

Fallen Ascent by Children of the Monkey Machine, another atmosphere-orineted track, takes the same melody we heard in Somewhere to Hide and puts it in a dark cloud where we feel more than we hear. Next comes Survival Instinct by Audix, taking us forward at a higher tempo than the ethereal nightmare before. No wonder, as it’s another battle source.

Cyril the Wolf’s strong suit isn’t electronic music, which although shows in OMFG! GET OUT OF THERE!!! doesn’t ruin the track. I keep associating it with the Space Pirate music from the Metroid Prime series, which felt just as frantic the first time you played it. Again, two very different tracks juxtaposed, an ethereal intro consisted mostly of bells and bell-like synths is played after the more frantic track.

Anyone looking at the data of the current track should know that the ethereal intro belongs to my track, Lacrima. It continues into more synths, drums, and strays far from the tone of the source. So far, I’ve been getting all positive feedback for it, save for a few nitpicks I agree on anyway.

Oh and don’t skip the outro, it’s one of the strangest things I’ve ever done, or even heard – and it’s completely accidental, which makes it even cooler. Yep, my favorite part of the track is a compelte accident, that’s how awesome I am. ๐Ÿ˜€

Theme of Love for Guitar Duet is the last track on the second CD, Pot Hocket softly and beautifully bring it to a close. it segues nicely into the first track of disc 3… but that’s another story for another moment of boredom.

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Echoes of Betrayal, Light of Redemption, CD1

Posted by Ad on July 23, 2009

That’s the name of the remix album I contributed to. Lemme share some thoughts about it. As I’m kind’a bored at the moment, there’ll be a lot of thoughts to share. ๐Ÿ˜€

Nutritious is full of it. By ‘it’ I mean the opening track is his “Full of Courage”. It’s a grand, majestic, epic orchestral thingy, and it’s followed by the march-rock “The Might of Baron” by audio fidelity. March-rock is the best way to describe it, methinks. It has orchestral parts, electric guitar, but more importantly: boot percussion. Then comes AeroZ’ Overture – Tellah’s Prophecy, which is synths+real cello. Weird combination, but a nice track.

Then comes Avaris’ Journey to Solace, perhaps a Journey to Silius reference/pun. The track is an orchestra and synth hybrid with a heavy feel to it. When working on the project, I saw he used the same source as I did, and was a bit concerned about the competition. The two tracks are fortunately very different, and complete each other. More about how awesome my track is later.

Then comes crazy song from crazy remixer/judge/composer robot. Mostly real hardware synths, old stuff, and it sounds awesome. Ana(pro)logue, by Another Soundscape. orchestral next, with John Revoredo’s The Flying Machine, which is another one of those majestic tracks. This one is more percussive than Nutri’s opening piece. next is Mazedude’s Read the Sine, all sine wave instruments, with various effects and stuff. I’d describe it as simple amazing, which is a pun in so many ways.

Cyril the Wolf’s track Emerald beauty is number 8 on the first cd, and is a beautiful rendition of Rydia with a somewhat casual and down-to-Earth feel, unlike the mostly bombastic, artificial, and/or grandiose tracks so far. The follows 5 minutes of noise… I mean, a Children of the Monkey Machine track, an stunning, creepy atmospheric track, which is pretty much what you’d expect from him considering his other remixes. Apparently, audio fidelity did something there as well.

Tweek, with Of Fiend and Man, does something very fitting with a battle track – he makes it rock. Orchestral parts, electric guitar and drums, aggressive all the way. And it’s appropriately enough followed by an interlude based on the victory jingle by DragonAvenger. Naming a track Yay! earns her a few more points. ๐Ÿ˜€

Moving on to level 99 and audiofidelity’s The Skies Holds No Angels For Us, the intro of which makes me think of Maridia in Super Metroid. Apparently a commonly used intro melody, since I know it from Seiken Densetsu 3 as well. This is a rock track, without all the synths and orchestral parts other tracks utilize.

Edward’s Dream Quartet is next, and it’s a beautiful, emotive arrangement and performance by Abadoss and James George, respectively iirc. personally, I like the 5:40 part most, perhaps because it stands out so much more, being mostly pizzicato. From classical acoustic instruments to hard electronica, next comes bLiNd’s Golbez ‘N Goblins, a catchy and pounding track that keeps popping into my head when there’s no other music around.

Even more amazing is what OA, Nutritious, and The Fabul Men’s Choir formed for the occasion over the net have in Latin vocals, various world music, orchestral and rock instrumentation. Fighting For Tomorrow. Sempre Fabul. And fabulous it is. Like with the track before, everyone in my house must have heard it by now, it’s one of few tracks I’m not happy with just playing normally, it’s gotta be loud.

That’s CD one. So far it’s amazing, and there are some incredible tracks on the other CDs as well. The album is available for download via ocremix’ website and the Echoes subsite. You should get it. It’s amazing. I’m on it. ๐Ÿ˜€

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