I never thought I would enjoy a sampler with distorted sounds, but I do. It reminds me of a time when young men and women were asked to play a short piece on the BandLab, and the rich comments that went with it were pleasing to me as an insecure young man. The sounds themselves are predominantly fuzz at the low end, which adds a nice warmth to everything; the leads are vibrant, bright, and have a nice rolling sound to them; and the bass is like the squishy part of a balloon. Not that I'm a huge fan of rubbery sounds, but man, I dig em.
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