I've decided to use a different Profile for a bit, to change the name.
Go and play.
Two new songs today, but heres a side note:
"Nuclear war... Doomsday... WWIII... Fact is stranger than fiction, and the truth is we came closer to nuclear annihilation than even the most taut Cold War thriller would let on. More than once. For instance, you probably know that during the Cuban Missile Crisis, the U.S. and USSR came closer to nuclear war than ever before. But you probably don't know that if it weren't for one man, we would all be wandering around a charred, radioactive wasteland today. And that guy wasn't JFK. It's 1962, communist Cuba had gone nuclear, John F. Kennedy had the entire island under quarantine and Nikita Khrushchev was not intimidated by the young president.
In the center of this hot-zone was the nuclear-armed Soviet Foxtrot class submarine B-59, which on October 27, 1962 decided whether you personally would be alive right now. While surrounded by a group of 11 U.S. destroyers and the aircraft carrier USS Randolph, the submarine was eventually subjected to a barrage of depth charges. Taking this as the opening shots of WWIII (which they kind of were), Captain Valentin Grigorievitch Savitsky ordered the B-59's nuclear-tipped missile be launched in retaliation to the U.S. surface ships. Had this been the case, it is likely that the U.S., USSR, Cuba and most of Europe would have had a full shooting-war on their hands, cowboy hats and all.
Picture this happening about 30,000 times, and all at once. That is, if not for a guy named Vasili Arkhipov. According to Director of the National Security Archive Thomas Blanton and former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, a guy called Vasili Arkhipov "saved the world". The thing is, to launch a nuke, the top three Soviets on the B-59 needed a unanimous vote. Captain Savitsky and Political Officer Ivan Semonovich Maslennikov were all for it, but Arkhipov, a mere second-in-command, was not all that wild about wiping out human civilization. The three got into an argument, and Arkhipov eventually persuaded the political officer that nuking the U.S. Navy was a bad idea, and that they should resurface instead (even if it meant, you know, death). Captain Savitsky was not happy with this, but since he did not have the votes to go nuclear, the submarine surfaced, and the crisis was averted. So yeah, find out where Vasili Arkhipov is buried right now, and send him a fruit basket large enough to be seen from freaking space. He may have been a communist, but you owe him your damned life."
So yeah. I quote.
Started as trance song, and to be honest I'm amazed if anyone has read this far down. Anyway, more orchestral style to it. Resubmitted as an ambient song, cos I feel it's not technically trance. Check it out.
This was also me writing a trance song. I discovered later that I'd actually made a melody very similar to Dougal and Gammer's Jam the Nightclub, lol big news.
2 New songs today :D
First is a remake of Eric Prydz's Pjanoo.
Second a minimalist trance marathon. Weighing in at 5 and half minutes... Not so sure about the minimalist aspect but hey.
Also working on a remake of Painkiller, I'll put that up soon. :D
Uploaded a new song today here's the link:
Started out trying to make a Moby style Piano tune. Then put Trancey bits in. Ended up mostly Trance, so got confused which genre I was doing. :S You decide.
Go make the badgers dance for you.
Okay, new song.
This one's a remake of Space Travellers by Proxyon. It took a little while to do.
Proxyon made some really good songs. Here's the original Space Travellers.
and another one called Beyond the Future.
Hope you like it. I'm basically uploading all the stuff I've been working on over the past month or to during the holidays. So there's more to come. I'm working on a remake of Waterflame's Race around the world.
Actually, here it is. Changed my mind.
Made a new song today. Sounds like this.
Trying to do Goa style. Kinda went a bit off course and made this instead. Tell me how I can make it better, cos I know I can. Somehow.