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by Ameet Sharma

Instrumentals. a mixture of rock, funk, techno, jazz and classical music. All with an emphasis on melody. Synthesizer based. Available on itunes and other digital outlets.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Energy
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2. Last Trance
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3. Beauty Fades
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3:14 $0.99
4. Clouds
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4:55 $0.99
5. Club
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3:10 $0.99
6. Binary Funk
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5:18 $0.99
7. The Clock is Ticking
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8. Harmony
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9. Forbidden Chase
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10. Exile
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11. JS
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3:35 $0.99
12. Old School
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13. Smooth
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14. Stars
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15. Alone but not Lonely
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Album Notes
This is my first CD. There's a variety of styles (rock, funk, techno, jazz, classical). Common to all the pieces (in my opinion) is a strong melody (or hook). I enjoy thematic music and that's what I was going for here. All the music was done on a Yamaha Motif Classic 6.

Plenty of influences here: Joe Satriani (I named one track on the album JS), Prince, Stevie Wonder, Mike Oldfield and others. I hope you enjoy it.

Available on itunes and other digital outlets. Use the links section in the left hand column.

-Ameet Sharma


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Neal C.

An excellent debut
Ameet has proven himself a very talented composer on this debut. The arrangements are layered, often complex, but not so much so that they wear on the listener like a lot of pretentious prog rock does (coughdreamtheatercough). I would not be surprised to find pieces like Forbidden Chase or Exile in a Japanese video game. I'm a huge fan of video games and am thus a huge fan of video game music (especially that in the Ys series) and a lot of the music on Ameet's CD reminds me of video game music.

The only caveat I have with the music is that the synthesized guitars sound too synthesized and rather thin. I would prefer the thickness and richness of actual guitars; you know, a real Gibson Les Paul through a Mesa/Boogie Triple Rectifier.

Either way, this is a wonderful CD showcasing some amazing raw compositional talent. It's rare to hear such originality and creative freedom these days when music's mostly prepackaged formulaic drivel meant to appeal to the lowest common denominator.

I hope Ameet's compositional talent gets recognized by video game, film, and/or animation companies because his music would be awesome in those mediums.

Leo Taurus

Awesomely melodious
I bought this CD after hearing the sample tracks Club and Binary Funk on the web site. I'm telling you, the music is so beautiful and melodious which will urge you to hear again and again and again!!! Everlasting classical melody!!!


Addictive tracks!
What I love about the CD as a whole is its intensity and energy. It is apparent that a LOT of work and love went into this project, something I find rare among independent artists working with electronic media.

My favorite tracks are:

1. Clouds - heavy and very creative!
2. Club - best track on the album! Makes me want a cigar...
3. Binary Funk - I'm absolutely addicted to this track! It's going to wear down the harddrive on my iPod...
4. Exile - shades of old (and good) Metallica?!?
5. Old School - before Hip Hop, there was Breakin'. Lest we forget... Too cool!!!
7. Smooth - very original, infectious groove...

Can't wait for the next album!!!