Trick Bag

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Composed by:
Stellan Andersson (Dane)
Duration:
5:46
Released:
24/02/2012
All-Time charts position:
319
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Slowly picks up, but passed, almost, half the way it goes to the top. Pretty good work!
Sweet, very emotional beginning, love it!
Might have been more inspired, imho.
First time I heard it, it sounded unfinished. But then you understand, it is all by intention. And that is really hard to do. Typical Skitz.
I hear all the comments mentioned, I understand the concearns, however, it starts soft and warmin, almost clumsy, yet something you want to embrace, weird but some of the synth reminds me of super huey. A greta way to CELEBRATE a great MAN, No BURP?
Sounds like DJ Bobo!
Not really my cuppa tea but very good remix nevertheless
Veyr well executed, but I expected a bit more texture in this.
I really like as it travels in-between energy and emotion. The only downside for me, it takes a little too much time to travel through the distance.
Nice new age beat!
A bit wishy-washy, and it's hard to get Dafunk's better cover out of my head! ;o)
Trick Bag is one of those tracks when done right sounds outstanding and this does. @ 2:10 was not expecting that! :D.. Now for criticism: The final notes at 0. 40 and 4:03 are off and it ruins this otherwise perfect remix for me, would have been red.
Very clean and nice music
Superb! One third into the song it rises from outstanding to K-I-L-L-E-R! With the switch from melancholic to uprising without losing track. Great track. Added to collection.
Even if the tune has some small technical issues, like some other more profound reviewers have pointed out, I just can't stop listening to it. Very well done :-)
When this track started I thought "well, not my thing". But with the ongoing track I liked it more and more. Great job, DJ Skitz and Mordi.
Review by K8-bit
07/03/2012

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Another lush tune - its got a very Amiga kind of vibe to it, I think - and is exactly the kind of style of music I used to love hearing.

Catchy, beautiful, and poignant in so many ways.
Review by LaLa
20/04/2012

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I'll be honest, my yardstick here is Dafunk's superb rendition of the same tune. That one is just perfect: every note, every blend, every modification in it is just perfectly placed.

Here the melody seems to hiccup here and there compared to that version, probably because Dafunk's additions to it made the original melody so much better.

From 1:14 the flute is completely lost - the notes are not held long enough.

The transition from the mellow to the dancey part is very well done, but frankly, I don't think the dancey part fits this tune well.

Those aside it's a nice tribute, but it leaves me a bit unsatisfied.