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Reviews for "Lemme B Me - Ego's Revolution remix"

Lemme B Me - Ego's Revolution...
by businari
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Mon, Jul 30, 2007 @ 9:36 PM

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fourstones
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permalink   Tue, Jul 31, 2007 @ 2:22 PM
this one is hard to get my head around — may have to listen again. It may be a little too chaotic for my taste, some cool ideas in there especially around the first verse.
 
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permalink   businari Wed, Aug 1, 2007 @ 9:24 PM
thank you so much, victor, for your review! It’s my first one around here and I’m feeling happy and very comfort to share my visions with you. You are right, there’s something hard and chaotic about this piece. I tried to capture our brazilian exaggerated tropical extravaganza and to put this kind of emotion in this hipotetical point of view of this song: when somebody, tired of things going too much straight and square, jump into himself’s soul and dive at the dark currents of unconsciousness until find a better copy of his own self. Free from the threads of Ego, the soul finds a way to release some steam to alleviates the pressure, assume her propose on Universe and do the divine work on Earth.
But it’s not easy quest, no, no, no. Immerse into the not-watering ocean of subconscious, this “somebody” starts to listen his own critical voice inside his head. And it drives him almost crazy and make him to pick a distorted vision of sounds and colors, like after a supposed abduction experience. The Ego is not dead or sleeping, but under the soul’s control, and this power comes from heart, made by pure love! An Ego’s Revolution!

Please, I’d be really glad if you could try to experience this next one remix, an updated ethereal classic clothe to dress this beautiful but virginal body that is her voice…Lisa, tks for The Cuckoo!
KCentric
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permalink   Thu, Aug 2, 2007 @ 3:38 PM
Great 2 meet u 2 businari :)

There is alot going on in this track but I’m sure that vibrant mixture was intentional.

I like the chaotic vibe and it feels like you’re inside of a musical fun house.

I like it….

Welcome to the mixter…..

-k
 
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permalink   businari Fri, Aug 3, 2007 @ 7:32 PM
thank you very, very much for the review, K! It was a great pleasure (and a lot of fun) to borrow your art in form of data and pixels and mix it with my art in form of data and pixels to return something alive, fresh and new to you, the creator of the tune. It never includes logic, in a sense…maybe when is time to edit and cut, and stuff. But just let the right side of my mind create a free kingdom of sonority. I’m glad for your fun house trip!

B