Jim Power LEVEL1 [Jump'n'Shoot RMX2007]
Arranged by: XxDUSTYxX
Original by: Chris Hülsbeck
Release Date: 11/04/2008
All-Time Rank: 352.
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Listeners' Rating
80% (35 votes)
Very Good! 5
4 Ziphoid shouts: Really nice lead guitars but the sound selection overall feels somewhat uninspired. Some true powerchords with the guitars would've enhanced the overall feeling of the track, though...     ::     3 Makke shouts: Very nice guitar, but I absolute hate that lead that starts at 0:19. Awful!     ::     4 floaf shouts: Mmm... The lead doesn't fit in too well, but the guitar sounds much better :-)     ::     4 Dr Future shouts: As said before, nice guitars, but the Drums are a bit uninspired, and the mix could have done better (some bits are much too loud, others much too weak).     ::     4 Jim Power shouts: A nice one overall - the arrangement is good (albeit a little crowded at times) and the spirit of Chris' original shines through. The mixing could be better.     ::     5 MORBID shouts: Brilliant piece of work. Just great regardless of being an AMIGA remix.     ::     4 GlenBenton shouts: Very nice lead-guitars, but I miss the rhythm-guitars in this remake!     ::     3 prowler shouts: What Makke said...     ::     5 daXX shouts: You'll have my vote! I like it :)     ::     5 Pedro-Ariz shouts: Strong Sound!!     ::     5 Womble shouts: Catchy tune, I like it.     ::     4 Caboose shouts: Ouch, yeah that lead is not very flattering to the rest of the song.     ::     5 Odee shouts: Guitars kick ass but drums shoud better get through it     ::     4 Katakis shouts: The guitar was great and you've retained the jumpy-bouncy feeling of the original, but you've also skipped many melodic variations, giving this song a repetitive feel :|     ::     5 SarahKreuz shouts: Interesting and fresh version of the beloved Jim Power Music     ::     6 Mikrucio shouts: Lovely work! Top vote.     ::     5 Duncan Demerodt shouts: Very Good Jim Powers Version. Well done.:-)     ::     5 AmigaMelody shouts: Brilliant! I'd prefer it less staccato, but this is great, powerful stuff indeed.