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Author: flag Drax (Thomas Mogensen) , flag WAVE (Jeroen Tel) GroupManiacs of Noise

Uploaded By: flagFlatline

Song Length: 3:35
Release Year: 2011
Song Status: Active *
Song Bitrate: 192 kbps
Song Legacy Flag: R
Song Platform: PlatformPC-Renoise

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“Paralyzed” was composed during late nights by Jeroen Tel (WAVE) and Thomas Mogensen (DRAX) of Maniacs of Noise. The tune builds around the chromatic movements of the main chord theme. We tried to capture the feeling of being desperately stuck in a situation where -no matter what you do- you can’t seem to do the right thing. The name of the song, “Paralyzed”, refers to an emotional state of feeling desperately paralyzed even to the extent of claustrophobia.

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This song has been played 229 times. [See Request History]
It was added 12 years, 11 months ago.

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is that so...

sounds like castlevania

double u[t][f];

now that you say it, it does indeed Would be totally awesome to play a Castlevania with this in background


I think they achieved what they tried to do


This song is amazing! And I hate almost everything!

WTF is a nectarine ?!

Indeed flagG_Signal the repetitive "main chord theme" reminds of Castlevania's soundtrack. Maybe it's a "classical arpeggio", sorry I'm no expert, or something as if I remember correctly some tracks from the title are based upon classics. Beethoven ?

About the creative process explanation it's very interesting and I tend to agree with flagserpent. Still to make up my mind I need to listen it again a few more times !

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