The Tube (FM Mix)

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The Tube (FM Mix)
Arranged by:
ifadeo Veteran
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Composed by:
David Whittaker
Duration:
3:19
Released:
16/02/2003
All-Time charts position:
2210
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while remixing this tune, i used for the first time my new AKG 240 Studio
Headphone and i must say you can hear it. thx for all feedback....
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Nice retro style!
Don't really know, why I like it so much. It's too harsh and all that, you know.... But I still like it.
Review by mattsid
17/02/2003

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I waited for this remix much time!
I like too much this David Whittaker tune (The Tube was one of my first game on c64) ... your remix is great but not perfect... sincerely I prefer the true SID sound... you can re-remix and improve the original sound ;-)
Review by beyond
18/02/2003

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I like this remix - it is simple and yet it has a good groove.

Some of the metallic chords are just a tad too loud. But the sound effects are just perfect as well as the usage of new exciting drum sounds.

Nostalgic, hmmm, I'd rather say it most definately revives the tune.

Three thumbs up!
Review by Tas
20/02/2003

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Ifadeo is what I'd say is a step away from being with the big boys on the scene. He's got the right ideas, but sometimes his implementation of instruments have something to be desired preventing his work from being in the top 10 works.

Again a sublime background to this tune, yet unfortunately the lead is just too rough, harsh and basic in it's approach. If ifadeo could just master his production work, he'd be right up there.

Keep it up ifadeo, your doing great, and in time... you'll be hailed
Review by eliot
20/03/2003

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With my headphones I do not listen ifadeos AKG-240 This is ifadeo's best tune so far, very balanced, very touchy with the original flair. The only flaw is the end of the song... I have expected something different, I guess not any arranger follow my thoughts while listen