Misc. Downloads Section!

 

This is the museum. In here you can find all kinds of old, embarrassing stuff, that shows how Saigen Complex evolved throughout the years.

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Stars Outtkaes - The very first recording of the then-new song, Stars in Your Eyes. The vocalist was Maya, the Guitarist was DV, the bassist was pre-programmed MIDI, the singing language was english, and the place was the living room. Even the recording itself was done with a simple video camera. Here you can hear Dehu failing miserably at setting up the camera, and then blaming the Nazis. Typical. (hebrew)

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The Crimson Blachs - Testing out the new vocalist, SquaDus. As you can hear, the songs were still in english back then. SquaDus is trying to record the third verse over a simple MIDI playback, and breaks apart amusingly.

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Five Hour Song - Years ago, when Ikis got his new soundcard, he was so excited that he could finally record drums - that he had to record SOMETHING. So he made this song all by himself - the entire process of writing, composing, recording all the instruments, singing, and mixing, took exactly five hours- thus the name. Not that there was any real composing involved - everything is entirely improvised. Please note that Ikis has been playing the guitar for only two months when this was recorded, and was also a terrible, TERRIBLE singer. He improved drastically tho. Really. I swear I did ._.

Some of you might have already noticed - this song ended up being a prototype for the song Albert.

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Opus 1 - If you've read Dehu's page in the "Members" section, you probably know that he has been composing music since pretty much the beginning of time. This particular piece was written by him on the family's piano (when it was still in his sister's room) when he was only 5 years old. Note that even then you can hear some relatively complex harmonies, and a strong sense of time manipulation.

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Flood ~God Knows~ - While recording the prototype for Flood, SquaDus was making silly noises during the various instrumental interludes and solos, waiting for his turn to sing... only to be interrupted by Dehu who asks him "Do you even know when your cue is?" To which SquaDus replied - after a long pause - "God knows."

Which is rather ironic when you consider the theme of the song.

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More coming soon!