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When lab rats meet castles.
This mix works suprisingly well. It doesn’t sound distinctly like either Labrat or Medievo (although you can tell which parts came from what in the song), it has its own new feel that is much more electronic. It’s an interesting listen that is sure to add a sense of action to any level. Great job, Lark.
My only complaint is that these sorts of things aren’t that hard to make since you don’t make up your own parts, so I’ll lower the score to an 8.5 from a 9, which is still quite high. Download this sirs.
It combines aspects from Medivo and Labrat in a quite interesting manner, and it even sounds good for the most part. Well-pulled of and original.
The only drawback I believe is that the song stays the same too much, something like adding those monk-like voices sing somewhere in the middle of the song like in the beginning of the original Medivo would be nice, and also, the bagpipe-y part in this remix sounds a bit too flat to have any great impact.
Overall, the only problem is a lack of dynamic and flatness of the volume… the basis is quite original and solid, though, and would do great if used in a level.
I guess I’ll review this since LRK asked me.
Firstly, I also really like this song. Two good remixes released so near each other (This and Elektronique army by Danyjel).
Although other than diff. samples no new patterns seem to be added in the song (I didnt check thoroughly so correct me if Im wrong) but LRK did manage to make the song sound great (at least imo) and this even inspired me to make a JCS level ;p. He did a great job combining medivo and labrat.
There’s no real specific parts for the song which stand out that much to me; all of the song (except maybe the beginning, which isnt too great) sounds good.
I’d reccomend downloading this song, since it’s a worthwhile listen. Great work on this one LRK.
This was a really good song. I’ve had it on repeat in my playlist since I downloaded it sometime yesterday until six minutes ago.
As it’s been said there are no new parts added, but I really don’t mind. Imo, it sounds great without any extra patterns.
There are some parts (like the beginning) which feel a bit slow or bland, but not enough for me to downgrade it much.
LRK did a great job on this one, so you should download it and listen to it, if you haven’t already.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.