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Reviews for "Twelve ( In the End )"

Twelve ( In the End )
by Loveshadow
Recommends (20)
Sun, Dec 16, 2007 @ 7:55 AM

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Podcast: Spark | C... by CBC.ca
permalink   Mon, Dec 17, 2007 @ 6:27 PM
No squeaky strings but still a very nice effort!!

Seriously I must commend you on a very nice mix and the added vocals are a nice touch that brings the piece to life (Is it you?).
permalink   radiotimes Mon, Dec 17, 2007 @ 6:35 PM
can you use the word “nice” 3 times in a review without sounding to psychophantic
permalink   Sun, Dec 16, 2007 @ 8:12 AM
Smooth, soaring… once again I find myself envisioning a credits-crawl to this- fitting as it’s your last CG remix (for now), I suppose. Slightly melancholy, yet soothing, and not at all depressing.
Doghouse Riley
permalink   Sun, Dec 16, 2007 @ 9:11 AM
Wail, chillun I know that this here is probly makin all a yall feel the same way I am upon listenin to another LS magnum opus: “Why in hell do I even bother doin this shit when I’m just gonna get my metaphorical ass whupped again by one a his damned ol mixes??” I mean he makes it hard to get up ever mornin, get behind the mule and start in ta plowin. But plow we must, chillun. And no amount of LS’s self-evident talent and skill shall dishearten us or prevent us from risin up again to imagine or produce some lil piddly-assed (in comparison) mix. But, ya know, I do wish he’d take a breather now and again. I mean it must get awful stuffy and maybe even odiferous in that little 6 x 6 cubicle of wonder. Or does it?

ps: hope ya made it under the wire, ol pal. This one should be on. Most definitely.
permalink   Sun, Dec 16, 2007 @ 6:57 PM
Okay…this better get an editors pick!!! Loveshadow works his magic once again. Beautiful orchestration and additional vocals as well. Loveshadow makes it work everytime!

By the way, why doesn’t the “recommend” button work for me?I’ve had this issue since I signed up.
permalink   Sun, Dec 16, 2007 @ 7:46 PM
Great job on this one. The added vox are outstanding in their counter melodies/harmonies, sound and overall production (which oddly enough means that they blend in and do not stand out :-)). Great job all around.

Thanks for sharing your cg projects with us, and remember that you may feel reason underneath you sometimes but there is always something to surrender to in the end….
permalink   Mon, Dec 17, 2007 @ 5:24 AM
Propulsive, smooth electronica. I like the way it shows its synthpop and 90s influences without at all seeming like a mere retro piece. It’s got an infectious something about it that makes it really catchy and appealing. One could justifiably editor’s pick virtually any of your remixes, and this is no exception.
permalink   Mon, Dec 24, 2007 @ 2:14 PM
an instant favorite - even amongst your already very stacked list.

It is melancholic, but not depressing; your added vox outstanding and uplifting (and I sincerely hope a sign of more vocal output from you), the whole mix so refined. It’s one of those remixes of yours where it takes me a long time to comment, because my words won’t do this remix justice.

I’m totally with doghouse - this remix makes me wonder yet again, why I even bother. (Goes back to studio, head shaking, muttering to self, something about “returning” and “drawing board”).

Awesome and awe inspiring. Thank you for this christmas present!
AussieJohn - OneMUSICk
permalink   Wed, Dec 26, 2007 @ 12:30 AM
Love it, good harmony.
permalink   Sat, Feb 16, 2008 @ 3:33 AM
nice tight remix =) adding it to my “Best of CCMixter” playlist =)
permalink   Tue, Sep 22, 2009 @ 11:12 AM
What a thoroughly nice surprise.

I’m going through a bunch of older ccm tracks, and here at page 336 I came across this little gem.

Very very nice support for the vocals, and your added vocals are just excellent in how they play with the lead melody.