c64Hell On Earth Spells Game Over

Arranged by: Makke (act)   Veteran
Member: Marcus Nilsson (Makke) (member)
Original composer: Martin Galway, Jeroen Tel
Tune length: 4:46
Release date: 30/12/2001
All-Time rank: 343.
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REVIEW BY putzi (30/01/2003)

Makke sings "You can take your Quake and go away, I won´t play it anyway"
to the music of Cybernoid 2. This is a great song about the time when playing computer games meant fun, not because of the GeForce rendering that alien in shiny mirror-triple-FX, the game idea just seemed right for itself.
The lyrics are funny, not cheesy, the music is what I´d call slow "Masterboy"-disco with a bit of Apoptygma Berzerk.

Not to forget Makke´s funny intro-speech where he goes back in time
while playing the guitar. :-)
Technical Impression: 5
Artistic Impression: 6
Nostalgic Impression: 4
Overall: 6

REVIEW BY beldin (18/02/2003)

The winner of Remix64's "Great CD Giveaway Competition" gives an outstanding example of innovative and successful usage of singing and entertaining lyrics in SID remixes. It it based on a short accoustic guitar version of "Times of Lore" (Martin Galway) in the intro and builds its two main parts upon perfectly blended Pop versions of "Deel 3" and "Cybernoid 2" (Jeroen Tel) for a total of 4:47. The lyrics just fit so well.
Technical Impression: 5
Artistic Impression: 6
Nostalgic Impression: 4
Overall: 6

5 mfe shouts: Made me chuckle!
6 luegisdorf shouts: Give back my childhood!
5 omoroca shouts: Nostalgia!!! Added to my collection.
6 nabuco shouts: Yes is awesome¡¡¡

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