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Released: May 12, 2006 | 1:26 PM
Category: Electronica
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: Some loops

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 6.02 MB

Plays: 1492
Downloads: 12
Weekly Plays: 0
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Friday

License: Derivative works allowed on iCompositions only; contact artist for permission
Track from the soundtrack for my science fiction book The Rising Red.

Kaseijin means "Martian[s]" in Japanese, as in "inhabitant[s] of Mars." Try to picture a Nipponese culture on the shores of the north sea of a terraformed Mars, a thousand years from now. That's the feel I get from this piece.

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etgilles Artist

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Oh very cool. Love the rhythm and beat, what a terrific tune. Quite a rich production, I love how layered and deep you make a song feel.... almost like you could jump into it.

Really, really wonderful.

et.
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Two of my fav things rolled into one...Japanese culture and sci-fi. I can see the spires of Neo-Tokyo on the banks of the red desert...almost a hip hop vibe going here. A wonderful fusion of ethnic textures, tweaked for the next generation...truly unique.
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I love stuff like that…great mix of sounds… I can se the geishas dancing in a space station bar …….lol!
Cheers RG
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Fantastic! Huge production. So, warm in that future space ... I want to be there.
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In France, we say japanese are the martians of earth. I believe it. This track is a great stuff. Very interesting.

Bravo

Jérôme
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David,
You've painted a very cool landscape here!
many colors and textures.
Pete
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My wife would never dance in a space station bar. Too much security.
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david - your backstories are as good as the music - i should have you write mine (wink)
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very cool trip....
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Classic Sci-fi and Japan go hand in hand. Blade Runner! I wish I could see colonies and culture a thousand years from now, across various star systems. Most people will simply be living their lives. Tools change, but people still gravitate to core needs. Eating, drinking, working, arguing, dancing, fighting, profitting, singing, striving, worshipping, swearing, reproducing...etc. Same as it was a thousand years ago. Just a little different window dressing each century.Great song, btw.
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Archie, I agree... the Japanese language is definitely from Mars, at any rate... so I suppose this song is a sort of homecoming. Okaeri nasai!


Although I can't help thinking that, were there a Japanese settlement on Mars in 3006, they would still be doing bad heavy metal with synth keyboards instead of good music, which is what this is!
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You are approaching the mind of Japan.
The sensibility is Oriental.
Interesting attempt.
However, a wonderful charm is filled with the song.
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This is awsome.
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roteus Artist

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cool sound and well assembled, sounds like you disappointed to stop this piece!
You probabilly should have played for hours!
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