#1
Wonderful

Very creative. Someone put together a song using snippets of "Alice in Wonderland." It's hauntingly beautiful. Your thoughts?

(Sorry if this has been posted before. I searched, nothing produced, but I haven't been on the ol' UG in a while.)
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#2
I'm happy to say we have different tastes in music

It's not bad though, couldn't listen to it twice
mainly because of the "tata wohawoo!"
#3
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I'm happy to say we have different tastes in music

It's not bad though, couldn't listen to it twice
mainly because of the "tata wohawoo!"


Well sometimes I forget this is a guitar website. I need to venture out of the pit every once in a blue moon.
#4
Meh. It's a well-made and creative idea, but it's not really in my tastes
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#5
Really cool and well done, but he could've changed things up a bit and added put in a different melody or something. I'm sure there are plenty of cool voice samples from this movie that he could've taken advantage of.
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#6
Nicely done.
I wish I knew what she was saying though.
It worked well because Alice has such a sing-song voice throughout the entire movie.
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Really cool and well done, but he could've changed things up a bit and added put in a different melody or something. I'm sure there are plenty of cool voice samples from this movie that he could've taken advantage of.


I was kind of thinking that too. The more I watch it though, the more I realize that there's a lot to be said for the hypnotic, repetitive style he uses.

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Nicely done.
I wish I knew what she was saying though.
It worked well because Alice has such a sing-song voice throughout the entire movie.


Yeah, the sing-song voice is great. It's amazing how it can be pieced together and still sound so smooth. Granted, the words make no sense...it actually sounds like it could be another language.