Test Drive 2 - Relax & Clip Your Belt
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What a good game ! what a good intro ! what a good original music !
I did a small video of the game here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3695uLAd8sU
Do you know that Kris Hatlelid did a remix of his own music ? And yeah... It really rocks,
Follow the white rabbit : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7oxpYkkQ30
Viceman : What have you created that's so great ? Do you create anything or you're just playing video games ?
Yes, it's my cup of tea. Well performed laid-back rock-track by Michael Gibs. Hats off to you!
Good remix but I think your talent is wasted on remixing this tune.
Rahhh lovely! Gibs, you're a god (more remix)
Great Music, I regonized the racing sound at the beginning of this song, its from Getaway in Stockholm 2..
Woah!!! I think I'm gonna just quote cybfree ;) And yeah, more, more remixes!!!
Excellent guitar work and a great remix, but its too quiet, has no bass and is lacking in the production area - it needs more OOMPH!
I dont like the tune, but love remix by Gibs, superb!
Not my style.
WWoooa.. LEGENDARY!!!!!!! ... I love it..... I remembered it right away. 10 points and stick of exellence.....!!!
It could use a somewhat "heavier" bassline. It's a bit too "squeaky" for me at the moment.
Flawless guitar still it lack of something
That simply rocks. Great done. Thx.:-)
Pretty cool! I'd like to hear a group live playing your version!
Review by Byproduct
This is a problematic tune to remix, however, because the original is very short and has little substance in it. Either the remix remains equally short, keeps repeating the same notes too long, or, as in this case, the remixer composes some of his own stuff on it. It is a pleasure to listen to, but in my mind doesn't fully connect to the original track. I'm going to have to subtract one grade for that reason, but this is probably as good as a TD2 remix is going to get.
Review by Pepino
The feelings of putting this music on my car, remembered me those old times of playing this game. I love cars, and if there is a music I can identify with the pleasure of driving, is precisely this one.
Thanks Gibs, you got it, and I got it. Don't forget Target renegade.