c64Asia Dreams

Arranged by: CZ Tunes (act)   Veteran
Member: cz_tunes (member)
Original composer: Joachim Wijnhoven & R. Hermans
Tune length: 6:52
Release date: 13/02/2011
All-Time rank: 307.
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Asia Dreams
Hi,
here is the list of the used sid's:

Tough Guys (Sid Subtune 1) - Joachim Wijnhoven
Ikkiuchi (Sid Subtune 1) - Matthias Hartung (The Syndrom)
IK+ (Sid Subtune 1) - Rob Hubbard
The Last Ninja 1 (Sid Subtune 10) - Ben Daglish
The Last Ninja 1 (Sid Subtune 2) - Ben Daglish
Ninja Commando (Sid Subtune 3) - Adam Gilmore
Ninja Commando (Sid Subtune 1) - Adam Gilmore
The Last Ninja 2 (Sid Subtune 2) - Matt Gray
Fist 2 The Legend Continues (Sid Subtune 1) - Neil Brennan
Iketa (Sid Subtune 1) - Matthias Hartung (The Syndrom)
Chambers Of Shaolin (Sid Subtune 2) - Holger Knipping & M.Hendriks
Way Of The Exploding Fist (Sid Subtune 2) - Neil Brennan
Yie Ar Kung Fu 1 (Sid Subtune 12) - Martin Galway
IK+ (Sid Subtune 1) - Rob Hubbard
Sword Of Honour (Sid Subtune 1) - John Carehag (Ziphoid)
Double Dragon (Sid Subtune 2) - Charles Deenen (Maniacs Of Noise)

A big THANK YOU to the composers of the original sid music's.

I hope you like my asia dreams medley

and thank you very much for your vote.

nice greets from asia   aaahhhhh i mean germany. ;)

Your CZ-Tunes



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Reviews


REVIEW BY LaLa (14/02/2011)

Take the aspirations of Reyn's ''Asian Legends'' and use a somewhat different mix of tunes based on a SID mix - you get the idea!

Nicely done, but more refinement of the sonic soundscape would've elevated it further. For example, choose one: Koto's italo disco or traditional Asian instruments. The two somehow don't mix. Also, the transitions between some of the tunes are too abrupt (contrast with the smooth-flowing Reyn classic).

But you know what, yes, it has its shortcomings, but the more I listen to it, the more I like it!
Technical Impression: 6
Artistic Impression: 5
Nostalgic Impression: 5
Overall: 5


5 LMan shouts: Well produced Koto pop.
6 RemixFan shouts: Clear sounds a changing melody very good work.
6 C64ever shouts: Very good indeed.
6 pie vs pie shouts: Now we have an excellent alternative to asian legends in this beatifull and well arranged medley superb combinaition of ethnic and synth sounds brilliantly mixed fantastic tune
5 Danceaway shouts: Great work, great sounds, nice mixing, and nicely blends through each track,
5 Xenox.AFL shouts: Nice idea making a medley out of asia like SID's, good work, good and clear sounds, good produced... Thumbs up!
6 Arne shouts: Asia medley on a high level. Great instruments and great composing. I like this medley.
6 YogibearRenoise shouts: Sounds good! This is my 3rd sid that is remixed! Anyone fancies a 4th? How about Parasol Stars?!
5 LaLa shouts: Take the aspirations of Reyn's ''Asian Legends'' and use a somewhat different mix of tunes based on a SID mix - you get the idea! Nicely done, but more refinement of the sonic soundscape would've elevated it further.
5 SarahKreuz shouts: Makes me wanna eat some rice! ;) great medley
6 bahamut_ger shouts: Sehr, sehr geil. Dieses Medley ist einfach super. Wie ich viele dieser Spiele geliebt habe. Danke für dieses wunderschöne Stück.
5 NecroPolo shouts: Nice dream, stimulating good nostalgic nerve centres. Maybe, subtunes could be glued slightly better together in places.
6 knotti shouts: Super Mix!!
6 Dr-Duke shouts: Pretty good mix of all that tunes in CZ style. Rocks!:)
6 Chainsaw shouts: What a big great remix of good SIDs. Greeeeat!
6 Martijn shouts: Nice. Very nice! My kind of mix!
6 Gregory Atlas shouts: Incredible! One of the best mix.
6 Amok shouts: Great work my friend. I love it :)
5 hillsman shouts: A lot of effort has gone into this and great to see CZ finally get an Outstanding rating! Love the track, though was a little disappointed with some of the transitions and instrumentation. Asian Legends still rules!
5 Amiga4eveR shouts: Sweet medley!



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89% (48 votes)
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