The Great Giana Sisters Metal
This is the continued version of an old idea,
it was Flo and me who started with
our first band, just two, and it was our first experience in making music.
We've recorded the first time with an normal cassette recorder,
with its own build in microphone.
But later on we bought a simple mixer for our recordings.
It was a mixer with 4 way in and one way out,
so we connected our two microphones,
the drum module(it was the C64), and only one in for a distortion pedal,
which has an in connected with a y-kable and two guitars.
No bass guitar !!!! It was the year 1991, and we played on our guitars,
with the Drums on the C64 the Great Giana Sisters, not good, but I think not bad for young
guys making music, playing guitars for the first two years.
Here's the file : Giana-Sistersoloplay
So it was my idea today to create a new version of it.
... it has to sound like an old Metal CD like
Walls of Jerico from Helloween
...Helloween - Walls of jerico COVER
And I think the music fits so kind of heavy, when she gets this transformation
after the first power up ;)
for more info please write me, thank you.
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Mr P. shouts: Nope... Sorry, but with so many great GGS remixes out there, this one simply isn't up to scratch. No new ideas in the tune, and the metal-style drum pattern doesn't seem to suit this melody. The Machina Supremacy remix is by far better in the same genre..
Palin shouts: It seems derived heavily on Sonic Wanderers' 2003 version. And the cymbals seem out of sync too. Try again.
DjCzyszy shouts: This is exactly what I expected from a Giana Sisters' metal remix. Awesome job.
Wacky Amoebatron shouts: Too hard, too heavy, ultimately too unnerving for a game soundtrack for two sweet little girls.
LaLa shouts: Pretty good hard rock rendition. The mix has a slight 'from-the-tincan' quality to it, and the arrangement is not that exciting, but overall, a solid job.
maindrian shouts: Not a huge metal fan, I prefer my guitars tempered with a bit of chillax, but I have to say, what this lacks in polish, it more than makes up for in energy and old school brutality.
Martijn shouts: What's with the drums?...
pie vs pie shouts: Raw energetic and aggresive I love this like the harmonies too drums are muddy as is the overall mix but so what it kicks arse
ryrynz shouts: Decent job, kicks into the metal in a rather raw way.
Arne shouts: Wow, great metal mix!
weasel shouts: Nope!!! No chance...
SarahKreuz shouts: Made me smile. Good job.