#1
It's instrumental, around 15 years of age, it's main melody is a nice piano with a few fast parts- repeated through the whole song, the piano has a delay- a very prominent feature of the song, synthesizers provide the background music.

The cover art was something blue-themed, any leads?
#4
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Right.

Well, further information, the composer was actually very popular, and as far as I remember, at one time he was signed on to a company that basically forced him to write something, so he wrote a really shitty album just to fulfill his contract.
#5
Quote by Aralingh
Right.

Well, further information, the composer was actually very popular, and as far as I remember, at one time he was signed on to a company that basically forced him to write something, so he wrote a really shitty album just to fulfill his contract.

Why am I thinking Tubular Bells all of a sudden? I'm sure I read something like that about Mike Oldfield, you sure he isn't the artist?

Or the Goblins?
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#7
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Why am I thinking Tubular Bells all of a sudden? I'm sure I read something like that about Mike Oldfield, you sure he isn't the artist?

Or the Goblins?


Neither of those unfortunately, though from the same era. It's not tubular bells, the synthesizer parts were very much obvious in that track, it's like a dance song with a repetitive beat through all of it.
Last edited by Aralingh at Nov 20, 2013,
#8
Quote by Aralingh
Neither of those unfortunately, though from the same era. It's not tubular bells, the synthesizer parts were very much obvious in that track, it's like a dance song with a repetitive beat through all of it.


It could be one of the sequels. The story you said was Mike Oldfield and Virgin Records verbatim.

This came out in 1998

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4SNbVPsLfM
Last edited by Malchius at Nov 20, 2013,
#10
Haha wow, Robert Miles' Children is one of the most famous songs of its genre...
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