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Wasn't sure where this was going with the poppy intro :) , the mentasms & breaks are nice, besides the kickdrum, this doesn't seem to have subs, or a bassline to hold onto..maybe double up that light reece with something more substantial in the low freq's?

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It's a remix hence the gay intro which i must admit I added even more gayness too.

 

Breakup song innit.


Thanks for listening!

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wow, fuck buddy is hardcore, the intro is like modern edm but the break is really aggro, sorta like proper jungle meets ultravisitor, love the reesish bassline, and the sweeping filtered vocal, excellent energy, the mixing has a nice analog touch to it, and the stop starts are true drum n bass era quality, very good, like a flash from the past!

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