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Peak position #88
This is not a song; it's a piano and cello piece about an unfulfilled miracle.
Peak in sub-genre #16
Inspired entirely by the Syrian revolution, this song narrates the story of two fallen martyrs: a father and his son. Produced by my dear friend, Rhapsodist.
Peak in sub-genre #16
A rare piece that embodies the disturbed entity of gloomy notions governing my existence. It's a viciously personal song with an explicit sincerity that I haven't written anything like in years.
Peak in sub-genre #14 1
A musical surreal depiction of an enigmatic, melancholic, female violinist in labor, getting ready to give birth to an unfortunate fetus and myriad other things she wasn't quite aware of. She passes away at the end, leaving her child motherless.
Peak in sub-genre #17
A graphic lyrical depiction of the oblivious, fragile, trivial species called human beings. The first verse introduces an ideal character that defied the defection in his fellow men till his tragic suicide, which is displayed in the second verse.
Peak in sub-genre #25 1 2
A morbid visualization of a man imprisoned on his bed waiting for his imminent demise. This was written very long time ago and recorded a few months later, but I had never released it before.
Peak in sub-genre #48
A disastrous fusion of symbolism and realism controlled by an excessive grunge touch. A song too dark, yet its eventual message is brighter than a lonesome star in a pitch-black sky right before supernova.
Peak in sub-genre #40
God's first sincere, direct speech to his fragile creatures -- humans.
Peak in sub-genre #22
If insanity could ever speak in rhymes, she would be telling us something similar to what's mentioned in this song. I've always wondered what I would be thinking if I ever lose my mind; this piece is the answer I've been seeking.
Peak in sub-genre #54
A metaphysical image of an old man playing on his cello after the end of the world. This piece includes an excessive grunge flavor along with some severe depth, vague indications and graphic metaphors. The beat was produced by PmpeeBeats.
Peak in sub-genre #23 2
A song dedicated to martyr, "Hamza Al-Khateeb", who was killed during the Syrian Revolution. The 13-year old was captured alive, tortured to death and finally sent to his family with several bruises, burn marks, bullets and his penis cut off.
Peak in sub-genre #16 1
A dramatic story that lyrically portrays friendship, fury, agony, melancholy and most of all, vendetta. The supernatural element is exceedingly vivid and it's supported via the grunge effect of mine.
Peak in sub-genre #60
A piece with very disturbed lyrical images, yet they certainly hold a message. The main character, "Tiffany", should sound very familiar to most people. This track ideally reflects my grunge effect. Many thanks to Rhapsodist who produced this.
Peak in sub-genre #18 1
A sequel to "A Nation Of Broken Hearts". In this piece however, the tone is more furious than ever. It's a purely personal song that displays some inner conflicting wishes and desires.
Peak position #72 1
A vague concept that gradually grows to have a clearer form. The song displays through lyrical scenes a fragile character who's desperately trying to read some mysterious book. The grunge flavor is quite dominating in this piece.
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