EDIT: Like Skyton and older OLDER Finale, here's another blatantly false promise I made. I will be following up on this with a new post.
So, in the past, I have made songs for a supposed album called Finale which was to be a U-Music release. However, just like Increase in Measurement, the songs sounded like shit, so now that they aren't shit, it's actually progressing well.
Firstly, I have no release date planned because I can never meet them. If I did, I'd end up like every AAA developer. In fact, I did set one on Bandcamp but we've already passed that date now.
So, the tracklist begins.
|1||Solar Prelude||2:54||Need to balance everything, maybe add something original in there and not have it repeat.||The introduction. This is the oldest melody I've created on this album, as it was to be used in the original Finale for U-Music.|
|2||The Blitz||6:10||Almost||This is the song that proves I can make kick-ass music just as much as anyone else. The first time the beat hits, you'll start bobbing your head violently.|
|3||Electromagnetism||6:43||Almost||Suddenly melodic disco electro funky stuff. If you turn the pitch up at the beginning, (not the speed) you'll notice the melody is the one from the X-Files theme. Nobody said I couldn't use it.|
|4||The Ride||4:26||Almost||Personal Jesus clone? Nope, more kick-ass music driving style. Not to mention one of the sickest interludes in the middle.|
|5||Dungeon||6:14||Almost||Or a cave, or a quest, because that's the feeling I get from this composition anyways. Definitely one of the first kinds of songs I've done in a while.|
|6||Synthetic Blast||6:38||Almost (I should probably throw in some "Round One"s in there.)||Yes, more shooter music. Why? Because I can. This one has more of an adventure feel only because of the key it's in.|
|7||TP-FPAND||4:37||Lackluster arrangement. If Solar Prelude was an entire song, basically. I'll need to rework it.||A homage to the older beats we made decades ago. (Not even talking 2003 trance, like 1995 module files.)|
|8||A Night on the Streets||4:27||Not exactly.||The OLD kind of funk (that's actually what the project name is). Sampling, swing, even vinyl sounds. Yes, general hop as it was before. Includes some interludes and a solo just as good as the best from Guitar Battles.|
|9||Ring of Dance||2:58||Arrangement isn't even done.||Think Magnus Ingens but with consistency.|
|10||Pound Him||3:50||Needs an Extended Mix||Inspired by the internet's favorite fight song, Back to Mad by Texas Faggott, this should give you an idea of something similar.|
|11||Back to the Madness||3:46|
|Almost||If Chunky still has my audition samples for Bubblesworth, the sample used here is just as low pitched as that. With a beat, suddenly Around the World by Daft Punk is not as good.|
|Almost||This one really hits closest to home. The first time I encounter anything with piano keys, I might as well be doing the main melody here.|
|13||Engagement||2:52||Arrangement isn't even done.||Reminds me most of some of the tracks from While(1<2) by Deadmau5.|
|14||Alliance||?:??||Arrangement isn't even done.||I actually made this song a while back, and it was called "Life". Underperforming mastering meant I had to scrap it. Now, it's back in all it's disco glory.|
|15||Little Chomp's Journey||3:00||Arrangement isn't even done.||One of my sweetest melodies in a long time, and that's saying something.|
- Tracks with green numbers (first column) mean they won't be moved up or down; they'll stay right where they are. Can't say the same for red ones.
- Red length times means those won't be final, meaning by the time Finale is released, those tracks will not have the same durations.
- Tracks with two length times mean those tracks have an original mix as well as a shortened version, called a radio edit. The original mixes are longer.
And if you don't believe that I'm working on these songs, here's a little snippet from Little Chomp's Journey which is that sweet melody I was talking about. The synth may not be the same in the final version, but in the meantime...