Radical Experiments (Laboratory Level Breakdance Remix)

Rating
5.2
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5
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568
Date uploaded:
22 Jan 2005 at 16:06

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DoubleGJ (More uploads by DoubleGJ)
Type
Music
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Original by Alexander Brandon
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50%
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Labrat2.it Radical Experiments 577.90 kB 22 Jan 2005

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I just really wanted to make this one alone. TIMM is working actively right now, so no need to worry about it. I think the title explains everything.

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User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 5.2

Review by Jarno vos

Posted:
22 Jan 2005, 19:05
Bee Boy Swarm (31 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings31 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness7%
Rating
N/A

This Is An Really Good Song But RAP Is Not The Music For Me Sorry It’s A Really Good Song But I Can Not Rate It.

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Review by DoubleGJ

Posted:
25 Jan 2005, 11:55
Turtle Goon (81 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings73 Featured reviews2 Average helpfulness73%
Rating
N/A

Shh don’t spoil the suprise. ;>

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RecommendedReview by MaliceX

Posted:
17 Jun 2005, 05:01
Frog (11 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings11 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness100%
Rating
6.7

This actually sounds good to me, with the good samples, but the notation implementation is something I will pick on.

Pros
The arrangement of the song is excellent! It’s very catchy, and something I’d listen to while fragging the (beep) out of my opponents.

Cons
Might need some working on one or two of the samples. The cymbal crashes are kind of hit ‘too often’ which kind of adds a bit of repetitiveness.
There’s some notations there unnecessarily transposed around near the end of the song, and throughout. (The new-age-like samples)
If you could fix the transposition problems, I promise to change the rating! :)

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Review by DanYjel

Posted:
24 Jan 2005, 21:51
Jazz Jackrabbit (215 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings215 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness44%
Rating
N/A

Omg I will kill you ;p. I was only and one who was making Laboratory Level Remix and Sugar Rush remix and…

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Not recommendedReview by Joseph Collins

Posted:
15 Mar 2005, 01:03
Turtle Goon (88 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings75 Featured reviews3 Average helpfulness62%
Rating
3.7

Introduction:
A “Lab Rat” arrangement that starts off strong, then winds down into something less substancial than the drums might lead you to believe.

Song Analysis:
As I said, this song starts off pretty nicely with the drums vaugely hinting to the original electronic melodies of Lab Rat. But then we hear some of the original samples and notes playing with little changes other than a raise in pitch. That builds into further chaos and insanity which gets far too busy for its own good and ends up being loud, obnoxious, and annoying. Notes clash, pitches skew, and overall, it sounds poor.

Sample Analysis:
As I said, notes clash, but samples seem to clash even more. There are very few parts of this song that sound good enough to make me want to listen to it more than the necessary one time I need to in order to write this review.

Final Analysis:
This is a good arrangement which quickly turns into something you might find in a high-energy horror film. I don’t recommend this for download unless you’re bored and feel like making your ears bleed.

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