Music album: 2010 Crystal Tears and the Dream Nebula

Creative Commons License2010 Crystal Tears and the Dream Nebula by Starfish Stories : The Band is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Singapore License. As long as you ATTRIBUTE the music by stating this: “Starfish Stories :: The Band – StarfishStories.wordpress.com”* in your audio, video, website, printed materials etc., you are FREE to USE, COPY, SHARE, MODIFY, or SELL (yes sell!) any of the songs from this album.

In case we weren’t quite clear on the above, try reading this! 🙂

* NOTE: Please credit Track 06 “Goodnight Not Goodbye v2.2.” to:

Starfish Stories :: The Band is a Singaporean duo – Adrian Loo & Ivan Chew. They are self-taught musicians who prefer to produce their music this way. Feel free to contact them at their band blog or email StarfishStories@gmail.com.

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Album cover preview: "Crystal Tears and the Dream Nebulae"

INDIVIDUAL TRACKS:

1. CRYSTAL TEARS AND THE DREAM NEBULA 2010
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2. WE WONDERWIP version: pre audio-mastering
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3.FINDING LOVE v1.4WIP versions: 1.0 | 1.1 (1.3 and 1.4 were not posted)
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4. NEW BEGINNINGWIP version: pre audio-mastering | Music Video
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5. STROKE OF MIDNIGHT v2.3WIP versions: 2.0 | 1.0
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6. GOODNIGHT NOT GOODBYE v2.2Version: pre audio-remastering
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7. TO BE FREEWIP version: pre audio-mastering
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8. RUN TOWARDS THE SKY 1.2
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9. THANK YOU podcast – CTDN 2010
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10. TEXT: How To Use Music in CRYSTAL TEARS AND THE DREAM NEBULA For FREE – 2.3KB TXT file.

We welcome comments on how to improve our music. Feel free to share what you liked or disliked at the band blog StarfishStories.wordpress.com or email us at starfishstories@gmail.com.

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13 thoughts on “Music album: 2010 Crystal Tears and the Dream Nebula

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  2. Dear Starfish Stories,

    I’m impressed as always with your talent and creativity. I must say the efficiency which you have developed this album is rather amazing too.

    Anyway, here are my point form comments on the album songs.

    Stroke of midnight – slightly too aggressive-sounding for me, but great for angst-filled moments

    New beginning – liked the starting but after that got too rushed. Prefer something simpler n not sounding too complex and rushed

    We wonder – preferred this a bit more. But wished it started more simply, without the bass, just the keyboard. The tiao tiao sound was nice but not all the time.

    To be free – I like the bass drum guitar, fast section but the transition to soft section was not smooth

    Thank u podcast – Mangrove song – songs more Chinesey or kampong like, gd start. The Indian drums n instrument section was great! The transition was relatively good too. Except the last part where e piano played the tune again, could slow it down more

    Run toward sky – like the spacey section when the electric guitar just ends n the synthesizer comes in. But the electric guitar coming in again was a bit too abrupt, fast n high pitched.

    Finding love – sounds like a guitar solo; no strong melody making the song sound like a song

    Crystal tears – the chorus is nice, or at least more memorable but the verses are not really nice. Too many instruments for the verses. Y no singing?

    Goodnight not gdbye – this songs is very different from the others. First, someone sings. It has a bit of an unearthly feel, high airy voice. But nice overall.

    In sum, this album was alright. Maybe technically it was better, but in terms of melodies and sounds, the previous albums were better.

    Looking forward to the next album, Mangrove song.

    Rgs,
    Elizabeth

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  5. Hey Elizabeth! Thanks so much for a detailed review. Know what? I agree with you that this album may be technically better but perhaps something not quite the same as our previous ones. I came to this conclusion as I was finishing the audio mastering. Upon hindsight, this album was more like us trying to be like some guitar heroes we admired. It was fun to compose them, but not our distinctive sound yet. Glad you liked Mangrove Tree. Adrian and I think it has promise too. We might just be getting closer to our signature sound for the 4th album. Thanks again!!!

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