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Pop - General | Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,131   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 1/21/2019

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Story Behind the Song

This tune just hit me one day. It kept building in my mind until everything was there. Sounds very familiar, but I've racked my brain, and I can't place it, so for now I'm claiming it as my own. To me, it sounds like something you might hear on election night, as a candidate is claiming victory. I can hear it playing as they are approaching the podium for their victory speech. That's why I've titled it "Victory". If anyone can identify it as a tune that's already been done by someone else, I'd love the feedback, then I can either adjust it or can it.

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1. The main melody was catchy! I'm currently humming it as I write this review.
2. I feel like you gain inspiration from John Philip Sousa, as he often writes march-like compositions. That's the artist this piece reminds me most of.
3. I particularly like the drum roll in the beginning section; it causes anticipation for the main section.

    - Nehemiah Pratt

It sounded very patriotic and felt like a song that would be played at a war hereos parade. The recording was fuzzy, so it had a bit of a glare on it.

    - amy abernathy

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Unique - Soundtracks, Classical - Contemporary
Lead Vocal