A0d+BST+Tron - Cauldron II (the Pumpkin Rides again)

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Duration:
5:26
Released:
03/01/2003
All-Time charts position:
1230
Score:
80%
Story

The one that made us famous...

This is actually a "radio edit" of a 13 (!) minute original. Then tweaked into the version that's on the RKO.

If I ever find the time i'll tweak the original and release it.

By the way. The original title is actually : le citrouielle sur l'acide.

Which roughly translates to the pumpkin on Acid!  

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Superb. This is there best remix so far.
Kickass fantastic techno tune. Want more!
Superb Remix. A very cool idea to make a techno track out of the original.
Breathtaking...
Really nice one! Added to my collection.
Very good, Very professional.
In terms of techno, this tops 909Sadist's version.
15 years old and I'd still play it in a Halloween set!
Review by Tas
18/01/2003

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Certainly a unique twist to couldron 2. a kind of spooky/dance tune with it's main lead being the spooky part and the back ground being very much trance-like.

The concept is very good, and it's well applied. I suppose the tune may go on a bit and tends to get very boring after a while. More variety and changes of directions would have helped somewhat.

The tune will certainly feel at home in a nightclub and would do well at a up and coming bitlive event.

Good effort, more variety needed tho.
Review by muppet
18/02/2003

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Aye, I cant help but agree with the last couple of reviews... this is a must-download if only to hear someone actually do something radically different for a change.

The tune is so intense and the build up so rapid that after the first 20 seconds or so it seems to just grab you and fly by so that you hardly even realise you have spent 3 minutes listening to it and it all seems over almost too quickly... having said that, the arranger has had the discipline to end where he does as any more would have probably too much and ruined the considerable impact.

I wasnt sure at first but...