c64Rambo - First Blood

Arranged by: Amok (act)   Veteran
Member: Andreas Janke (Amok) (member)
Original composer: Martin Galway
Tune length: 3:36
Release date: 24/05/2009
All-Time rank: 1821.
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4 nicodaemus shouts: I like the style, but I seriously disagree with most of the instruments. I think you want some more authentic orchestraesque ones. And the part at about 2:15 sounds off in the background. It barely has potential to compete with Franklin van Uden's tune.
6 ScottMcUK shouts: Really like it, especially the audio from the film.
5 prowler shouts: The audio-clips from the movie made it even better!
6 RemixFan shouts: Good working Amok, but play it a little bit faster.
5 condor shouts: I really like those audio clips.
3 omoroca shouts: Not my cup of tea!
5 Dr-Duke shouts: Really makes someones feet moving. Good one! Like it!
5 XxDUSTYxX shouts: Well done, Amok!
4 LaLa shouts: I am not a fan of this instrumentation. The strings are weak and too synthetic, the piano is out-of-place. The entire arrangement feels haphazard. The only part I like is the one starting at 0:47.
5 gemini_64 shouts: Very nice! I think I have to fire up Rambo on an emulator with this in the background.
5 Raffox shouts: I like it, drum and bass are great.
5 Dumper shouts: Nicely put together, I really like the drum beat.
4 Craze shouts: I would like a little darker and heavier sound picture. The whole arrangement feels a bit "light". Otherwise, technically well performed remix.
3 NostalGuy shouts: This string-intensive arrangement is a bit light compare to the original tune that had more "darkness" and depth to it.
5 Chainsaw shouts: Amok the Remix-Rambo ;-) Great work!!!
4 Bingo shouts: Quite good, especially around 0:50 where the drums and bass get stronger. The strings could be improved.
1 Wahhu shouts: Amok: stop it, please, occupy oneself something different, and not music.
4 Melaure shouts: Not so bad ;)

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