LukHash - Last Ninja 2 - Central Park

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Duration:
5:52
Released:
09/01/2020
All-Time charts position:
475
Score:
88%
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S'ok, but trying for Carpenter Brut?
Excellent Remix! Thank you, LukHash!
Best RMX you've ever done! Keep it up!:)
Struggling with Last Ninja remixes fatigue, but a well performed LukHash remix is always welcome! And this one is great!
Extremely enjoyable! A bit heavy on the sidechaning at times, but that's totally fine by me
Doesn't top Reformation, but this is still got me to sit up and take notice. With a little refinement, this would be an easy red face.
Nice connotations LukHash! I like. Definitely up there with Matt Gray's reformation both of which should be used in a game remake..... (hint hint).
Sounds like an Amiga module... Enhanced
I'm all for a bazillion more LN remixes (the tune is so good so there's almost impossible to fail. Or is it?)
As always, AMAZING! /bow
Perhaps the best versions I've heard!
Nice to be back in time :D
Simply awesome!
Raw is everything. This is raw. This is everything.
Review by Markus Gecko
09/01/2020

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I think I can see where you're trying to take this with a Justice, Carpenter Brut style, but just needs that extra bit of attitude and rawness if that was what you were after?
Review by LaLa
10/01/2020

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This is a good remix, but I think you've set the bar higher for yourself with your previous remixes. In short, I think you can do better.

I am especially bothered by two things here: the arpeggios (yeah, I know they're in the original, too, but somehow they stick out like a sore thumb to me), and the strong, pumping sidechaining on the bass frequencies.
Review by wobbler
21/01/2020

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I do like the added drum sequences & lead + the occational glitch effects plus high frequency ending, and I do kinda like the overall work … but: too much sidechaining (like Lala said) and the bass drum + snare sound too harsh and takes over what I want to hear (if that makes any sense?)
Review by Tamzin
06/02/2020

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How do you keep doing, the grandmaster, this is so good! So glad you're still in the scene 😊