ElekTronique Army (in War)

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8.5
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8
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762
Date uploaded:
4 Feb 2005 at 21:27

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Author
Danyjel (More uploads by Danyjel)
Type
Music
Credits
Robert Allen, Alex Brandon, reviewers. And me.
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100%
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ElekTronique Army.it ElekTronique Army (in War) 486.34 kB 04 Feb 2005

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It’s done over the month. Only problem was I didn’t want to upload it here. Second problem was I have nowhere else to upload this. But why to upload??? It’s off-tuned song that just hurts ears, for whole 8:16 minutes, just bad and stupid pocus for making something original… And what’s your opinion?
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Why I uploaded it here? I said once, I stopped here. Remixes that I will do for J2O will be only from TIMM production, my own work ends. And UnFairly, it’s here. But not for me… For you… (and I hope this song will not destruct your ears completely… I hope…)

Of course this is not Tubelectric. Although it sounds like it a bit…

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User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 8.5

RecommendedReview by Blackraptor

Posted:
14 Feb 2005, 06:23
Way better than Aiko (861 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings464 Featured reviews35 Average helpfulness92%
Rating
8.7

Well, anyways. Im going to rate this since most people here posted one sentence reviews.

Let me start off with the fact that I really love this song. It’s one of the ONLY 6+ minute songs that I listen all the way through each time over. I generally enjoy the entire melody of it, especially parts like patterns 0, 12, 13, 14 etc. The way those instruments are blended in together in one beat, they sound cool. Also the song is very nostalgic; I’ve heard something like this before (and enjoyed it) but I cant remember where.

Although the song sounds VERY different from tubelectric at parts, I can still hear a lot of familiar rhythms and sounds that remind me of tubelectric in it – which is great. I know I’m not all that great at reviewing musics, but you wanted a rating so here you go =P. 8.7, keep making tunes ‘cause most of them are really good.

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Review by Lark

Posted:
4 Feb 2005, 22:36
Auto-Reviewing Zombie (493 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings373 Featured reviews10 Average helpfulness76%
Rating
N/A

Don’t stop making music. All your songs are great. If you decide to stop releasing stuff on J2O or on the JCF, send it to me or something by email. I make songs with Modplug all the time and I usually only end up showing them to Blackraptor. And Blacky vise-versa.

On a side note, I’d like to say that this is most definetely Tubelectric. =P

Anyway, as for a review of sorts, my biggest complaint is that the song takes a very long time to build up. It’s one of those songs that start out with a single percussion instrument, then keep adding another every measure, until finally the song reaches a percussional climax. It’s also a bit too long / dragged out.

Instrument choice is nice, the drum beat is great, and the overall mood is also a plus. Now stop having bad self esteem and keep making music.

Download reccomendation.

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Review by Br>Spazy12

Posted:
7 Feb 2005, 00:03
Frog (19 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings19 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
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N/A

i agree with labratkid :)

All your songs are great.
(Unsupported rating removal. ~Violet)

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Review by Jarno vos

Posted:
8 Feb 2005, 18:41
Bee Boy Swarm (31 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings31 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness7%
Rating
N/A

I Also Agree With What Labratkid Says!!

Danyjel You’re A Great Music Makerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!~~~~~~

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Review by DanYjel

Posted:
8 Feb 2005, 20:10
Jazz Jackrabbit (215 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings215 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness44%
Rating
N/A

thx ;p ;p ;p

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Review by n00b

Posted:
13 Feb 2005, 06:38
Spaz Slackrabbit (165 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings78 Featured reviews13 Average helpfulness83%
Rating
N/A

I’ll add a full review in a few days, I now know it’s the demo music from Battery Check mixed with parts of Tubelectic(or at least thats what it sounds like anyways)

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RecommendedReview by Saphir

Posted:
21 Feb 2005, 13:08
Frog (13 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings13 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness68%
Rating
8.2

First time i review music…

The song begins military and goes on in the same style. I cant here Tubelectric anywhere. This continues for (my guess) about a minute. Then, there comes another “pattern”, which is not tubelectric but sounds good. Finally, a very fast tubelectric theme appears. Overall, sounds good. But i don’t know what kind of level i would use this for.
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It takes too long before you can hear the tubelectric part of the music. Before that, everything sounds good but is repeated too many times.
After a very long time the “beginning theme” comes again and mixes with the tubelectric music, which actually sounds very good and bring some point to the long build up time.

Starting with: 8.2
Too long time to build up: —
Good remix (when we come that far) +
Tubelectric combined with build-up part:+
Repetitive -

Final rating: 8.1, rounded up to 8.2 for no apparent reason except i liked the tubelectric part. Download recommendation.

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Review by Skype

Posted:
13 Feb 2005, 18:03
CTF Bug (0 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings0 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
Rating
N/A

Ur music always were Good, But LBR right,
(Unsupported rating removal. I don’t even know what you’re saying here. Try to make yourself clear when reviewing things. ~Violet)

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