It was put on the internet as a video and it was saved (and probably deleted) on a computer that has probably become obsolete to time. I no longer have the computer. I estimate this was a decade old or close to a decade old. I am not aware of any accounts I had that still exist that house these early attempts at writing FL Studio pieces. The description I can give, however, is this: it was a fast paced piece, 160 BPM, with lots of double bass pedal, snare, and no hi-hat! There was a crash cymbal. There were a lot of stock FL Studio synthesizer/ambient washes, a stock "metal chord" kind of sound used to play a sort of "galloping" stutter-metal riff. The complaints that people above gave were very valid: I knew nothing of musical scales yet so the "chords" were huge blasts of probably chromatically adjacent notes on a sample that already played what was probably a power chord. There was also a bass, but it was a "BOO_BASS" sample, so it was a re-triggering sample that, as far as I know, allowed for no muting of notes, so it rung out while the guitar stopped. There was no reverb that I remember on it, nothing to make it sound any better. On an earlier version, I did add a guitar solo in the middle, on one of the stock sample packs.... it was short and kind of had a "pop-punk" style to it, in that it was supposed to sound obviously pre-written. It could have been worse from my memory, but it was still written in no key at all, and there were some awkward fowl-ups in rhythm at one point.