(^I couldn’t find a studio version on YouTube. I couldn’t be
bothered to listen to this first, either; I hope it’s decent.)
(^Probably my least favorite of these, but it’s decent and it fit.)
There’s a music video for the second one.
(Forgive me, Halcyon…)
Searched Kaleos in youtube. Found this. Put it on repeat and got 12 ribbons while playing midrange Kaleos. Good old days…
Uzumaki’s trailer track;
This comes from a trilogy of albums- New History Warfare volumes 1, 2 and 3, featuring anxious rhythms through avant garde sax.
In the same album, Collin Stetson plays To See More Light, and all of it was played live and alone. Like, he did it all, even the singing, with a throat mic. Dude’s a beast.
Continuing my classical explorations, Ravel is pretty good:
Oh hey I remember you, you made some free writing in one of my threads, and also you recommended me a french book i have not read
Hows it going? Whatcha up to? Happy cakeday
If that “free writing” is what I think it is, it was a quote from a video game cutscene in which a character is having a bad trip. : )
I’ll recommend another book to you - The Melancholy of Mechagirl.
Short, catchy punk song (1993):
These are actually one 25-minute song (the second minute isn’t great - just bear with it).
- This was inspired by a Korean comic: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priest_(manhwa)
- The song is in 2 parts because “According to Portnoy, the band felt it was too long to open the album, but did not want to close the album with a long song, as they had with… their last album.”
- The band’s guitarist described it at the time as “the epitome of a Dream Theater creation.” (That was 12 years and 4 albums ago.)
Can’t stop listening to this It is amazing!
Aah, you got the opening of pt.1 playing in my head now. Nice one! I always liked especially the Chaos in Motion version.