c64Gold Quest IV

Arranged by: CZ Tunes (act)   Veteran
Member: cz_tunes (member)
Original composer: Richard Bayliss
Tune length: 3:45
Release date: 15/05/2009
All-Time rank: 682.
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Gold Quest IV
Hi!

Gold Quest IV is a new game by sledgie.
Music made by Richard Bayliss.
I hope you like my remix.
Have fun.
And thanks for all votes. ;)

Nice greets

CZ-Tunes




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6 prowler shouts: A great pompous kind of tune, very much scene-/demo-music influented :-)
6 Amok shouts: Like prowler said :)
5 nummer2 shouts: I love this sort of remixes great work CZ
4 NecroPolo shouts: It's a technically perfectly executed, yet somewhat flat dance track. It is really nice but I miss some personal style that could set this one apart from other 12-a-dosen flat dance tracks.
5 kai shouts: Beautiful!!! Instant good mood, great production too!
6 RemixFan shouts: Good Remix CZ Tunes.
4 brix shouts: Not bad, but I gues for my taste it sounds a bit to weak.
4 Mitch van Hayden shouts: The mixing hurts a bit in my ears, so its only a GOOD. (CZ, erinnere mich mal daran, dass ich Dir ein paar Tricks mit Soundforge zeige... ;) Gruß, Mitch)
5 Chainsaw shouts: Great remix. Very good.
5 Ic3m4n shouts: Like Chainsaw said ;) And it has that typical CZ-Style!
5 condor shouts: Great one.
4 Shark shouts: Good ish
6 Star shouts: Great I like that one.
4 omoroca shouts: Guru Josh meets Koto! Unfortunately, this meeting is rather unspectacular! Technically brilliant but repetitive and boring!
6 chilli_uk shouts: The sort of thing Christian you do best - short chords and lovelly base - awesome as always! Greets my friend
5 Raffox shouts: In the average, nicely...
4 WarrenMill shouts: I nice tune. I like it a lot, but aren't there even more fat electrosounds "out there" to use in this kind of tunes?
5 Melaure shouts: Good stuff



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