#2
That was quite awesome.
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#7
Definitely more Pop-punk than happy melodic death metal but who cares, it's just a title :P

The intro, since it was quite a long riff, repeating it made feel pretty repetitive for me, play just once maybe, but hearing a recording with lyrics would obviously change that.

Bar 11: Really like that sweep. It's, so... happy you know :P

In bar 48, it flowed weirdly for me into bar 49. I took away one of the C#'s and it sounded better to me. Maybe try it out.

Bar 50 + Bar 54 (notes are different but you will understand): i think continuing the descending idea down to the D (10 9 7 5) would sound better because you almost expect it and then it just doesn't come.

Otherwise, very nice! I'm a real sucker for this style of rif***e because they're just so enjoyable to listen to, I guess that's why they label it is as "Happy" :P
Last edited by 21Fretter at Sep 24, 2009,
#8
This better have some damn brutal vocals over it.
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#9
Thanks for the crit 21fretter. I'll look over the stuff you talked about.

DaddyTwoFoot...it is kinda supposed to be instrumental hahah.
#10
This sounds like one of those parodies where they change a song that goes from a minor key to major, NOT IN A BAD WAY.

The song is upbeat and fun to listen to. I don't like pop punk NOR much metalcore so I can't say I would listen to this song but it is fun to listen to, made me a good mood.

Try your skills with something darker, I bet you can do it.

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