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Song Information

PC-S3MGlass Lizard

Author: flag Krotan (Evgeny V. Rozantsev)

Uploaded By: krotan

Song Length: 1:10
Release Year: 2016
Song Status: Active
Song Source: Compo Entry
Song Platform: PlatformPC-S3M

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Ranked 2nd in the hiend tracked music compo at DiHalt 2016.

Last Queued : 3 weeks ago

This song has been played 60 times. [See Request History]
It was added 6 years, 4 months ago.

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Song Rating: 1.2 - Votes Placed: 45 View Voting History
A total of 4 users have this song on their favourites list.

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This is art!

Hans-Henrik Stærfeldt

Same kind of art as shit on a can.....


yeah... art, only missing a first letter f

Unplayed Requesterâ„¢

I love requesting this tune. The reactions are always worth having to listen to it again.


I know you guys won't agree with me, but I actually find this kind of thing listenable. It is musically interesting and it has a certain logic. Maybe I think this because of listening to too much Zappa. Altemark's Forgot the Computer in the Oven Too Long is another example of a song that I think is really ingenious and actually really enjoyable, with its kind of brutal rhythm and intentional dissonances.

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