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Dancing (On LIOLI's Grave)


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JupiterMusik

 Genre: Electropop

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album: Wanderlust
track 1: 5:53 Say What
track 2: 3:52 The Lilac's Truth
track 3: 3:05 COLOR TV
track 4: 5:26 Glimmer
track 5: 1:23 Playin' Rugby (GOOC)
track 6: 2:45 A UFO Took Mary Lou Away
track 7: 4:10 On The Road To Nauset Beach
track 8: 4:34 Stormchasing
track 9: 4:05 Dancing (On LIOLI's Grave)
track 10: 4:27 That Look (Run Away)
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Song Description

This is my entry to the LIOLI Challenge number 7.

A Celebration of Our Victory!
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Hits: 3282
Comments: 18
Fans: 13
Plays: 77
Downloads: 116
Votes: 1
Uploaded: Mar 28, 2008 - 05:07:50 PM
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2011 - 07:53:35 PM Last Played: Sep 13, 2017 - 01:00:30 PM
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michael2 said 3464 days ago (March 28th, 2008)
nice
nice use of that riff. i like how you basically left it intact, but somehow it sounds cool. the song itself is awesome too. that vocal part i skiller. i keep picturing eddie murphy coming out to tell his how his girl likes to party all the time.
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bud said 3464 days ago (March 28th, 2008)
I love the way you inverted the loop
or something changing the one or something to make it less rocky and more something else or something. The vocals and the rest are really cool. This is really something. Great post. Pretty strange - which is a good thing.
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SmokeyVW said 3464 days ago (March 28th, 2008)
now i get it
now i get it - you used the loop all over the place here - the drums are bits of the loop aren't they?

very cool

thanks again
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WillyB said 3464 days ago (March 28th, 2008)
there we go!
keeping the loop in the 80's? :-D sounds like a mix of the police, eddie money, robert palmer and maybe genesis or p. gabriel. Very well done JM!
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Skean said 3464 days ago (March 28th, 2008)
He was buried in secret
Yes and your song sure help us to bury him.. Very cool mix this.. Cheers
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gregd said 3464 days ago (March 28th, 2008)
What a mash-up!
A little on the quiet side, but nice freakin' work. You groove like nobody's business in this track.

If Smokey's right and you did all of this by cutting up the guitar riff, you're nothing short of genius.

-g
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announcer said 3464 days ago (March 28th, 2008)
This is really engaging
I love this. Has a really good uplifting feeling to it despite the basic theme.

Love the mix. And the organ.
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sloparts said 3464 days ago (March 28th, 2008)
Well I guess we can all celebrate now
The Doctor is dead, long live the Super Loopers.

Excellent track, and another very sneaky use of the Dr.s own evil loop against him.

Very Cool Jupiter.

Ed
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chikoppi said 3464 days ago (March 28th, 2008)
Shift-n-snip!
That vibe is really kinda cool. Almost a shifted off the downbeat, 6-and-2 feel from the bass. Great manipultation - very thoughtful in its many different applications. You completely re-wrote the rhythmic DNA of the original loop. The vocals are great fun!
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stooey said 3464 days ago (March 29th, 2008)
A cool entry
Thanks for entering. It has an eerie feel, yet at the same time you can't help but enjoy it and dance!
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Dj French Toast said 3463 days ago (March 29th, 2008)
: )
Indeeed... I really like the tranced out feel to your jam here .This loop was a pain to deal with . You did a great job love the song man !
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datafunk said 3463 days ago (March 29th, 2008)
nice
great job with tha boring loop! really dig the beginning, thanks!
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said 3463 days ago (March 29th, 2008)
Dream weaver
Love the deathly intro LOL, but the way you pushed the loop off measure downbeat was ingenious. Well done.

. - Harold
Diviner said 3463 days ago (March 29th, 2008)
Very Interesting
I like what you have done with the loop and with such an interesting soundbed. Love all the sounds and they are very well arranged. Cool track.
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davisamerica said 3462 days ago (March 30th, 2008)
right then
pretty dang inventive use of the loop ... enjoyed alot!
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said 3462 days ago (March 30th, 2008)
I Hear It
...but I'm still not believing it. This is a blast! How you got something like this out of that crummy loop is nothing short of amazing. Excellent work, smooth and tight and flawless - and those vocals are killer!
Youra said 3453 days ago (April 8th, 2008)
Industrial and magic
A tasty mash of 80's industrial added to Peter Gabriel or Adam and the Ants for the melody%u2026 and something unique who probably belongs only to you. I'll pay attention to your production in the future (and going to listen what you have already downloaded)
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splinter said 3453 days ago (April 8th, 2008)
What's this LIOLI thing about?
This is the second song I've listened to and it's just a cool and weird as the first one - but different. The other comments are giving me some clues into this thing - interesting. Guess I'll check out some more. Those vocals are pretty out there.
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Electropop (also called Technopop) is a subgenre of synth pop music which flourished during the early 1980s, although the first recordings were made in the late 1970s. Numerous bands have carried on the electropop tradition into the 1990s and 2000s.

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