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Title: Daddy Pulled My Tooth Out
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Artist: DuskWire
Genre: Other: Experimental
Reviewed by: VOiD on June 29, 2007 (All reviews by VOiD)

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1Overall Description
Wow, that's a gorgeous intro. Sound effects, exotic string instruments - and then some lush strings enter the fray. Beautifully done. However, variation issues and the inclusion of an annoying voice sample that comes up a little too often detracts a whole lot from the overall picture.
 
2Creativity Description
I love it when I hear the start to a song that could really go anywhere, and I get that feeling during the first minute here. After the minute mark the song becomes a lot more formulaic in my opinion, and although there are some competent attempts at freshening things up throughout, I really would like to hear some kind of lead - or at least something in the foreground that grabs the listener's attention at times.
 
3Arrangement Description
I'm definitely not crazy about that kid - it's nice enough to include a sample like that, but the main problem is that it repeats over and over in intervals so regular that it resembles water torture. ;) Apart from that, and the variarion issues mentioned above, all the instruments sound really nice, and complement each other well. Enough work is put into the little details so that the song never gets too boring. The ending could have been done a little better, though.
 
4Sound Quality Description
Apart from the sampled kid, the sound is nicely balanced and makes for an enjoyable listen. I think some more work could have been done on EQ-ing, as the sound is a little on the thin side.
 
5Does it work as a piece of music Description
It does, but take away that kid (at least in most of the instances) and it will work even better. ;) There is plenty of potential here.
 
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