c64Battle Valley (Dream Team)

Arranged by: Dr Future (act)   Veteran
Member: Volker Buckow (Dr Future) (member)
Original composer: Jeroen Tel / Maniacs of Noise
Tune length: 5:12
Release date: 26/07/2005
All-Time rank: 1524.
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REVIEW BY Xenix (11/04/2014)

Excellent choice on intro! Just wonder if you got the first notes of the Battle Valley tune starting correctly? It should start off-beat in my memory.
Technical Impression: 3
Artistic Impression: 6
Nostalgic Impression: 6
Overall: 4

5 Dan shouts: Well constructed like a good Zinger Tower should be, feels a little empty in parts tho
5 Waz shouts: Lots of neat touches in this one with plenty of movement and drive to spur you on, even if the guitar isn't that hot. Not sure about the biased American speech though, sounds a bit jingoistic.
5 Skitz shouts: Very nicely produced rock track with some really nice fx - the guitar lead is sometimes a little thin.
5 Makke shouts: Very clean sound, as always when the Doc is remixing. :) Quite like it!
5 Tas shouts: As usual DRF has produced a lovelly clean sounding track. Although I agree with many it is a little empty at times.
4 anaconda shouts: Good flow - ok song. But a bit plain.
4 LaLa shouts: Finally, a Jeroen Tel remix! We need more of these. But I don't understand why the Barry Goldwater speech in the beginning... Not bad, but it should've been even more powerful. I like the arrangement.
4 eliot shouts: Ok... But nothing special
4 nettuno shouts: Nice song... Whe can I listen a 'sing'?
6 kacper077 shouts: SuperB
5 LMan shouts: Well done.
5 amigamer shouts: Nice touch with the intro there... *s*
4 omoroca shouts: Good remix, but why Barry Goldwater? Evil guy, that! Frightening to hear someone talk like that!
5 tony.rc shouts: Excellent choice to use the Nixon speech to get your into the cold war mindset
6 Zilog shouts: Fabulous!
5 NecroPolo shouts: This one could bear better instruments, but anyway, it's a good tune.

Current Rating
75% (36 votes)


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