B-Sides

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13 Sep 2005 at 11:19

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Members of TIMM are AcId, Danyjel and DoubleGJ (formerly JSZ JaZz!). Guitarap featuring TaZaR. Original tunes composed by Robert A. Allen.
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DeckstarTIMM (B-Sides).it Deckstar Remix 764.38 kB 13 Sep 2006
CrysilisTIMM (B-Sides).s3m Crysilis Remix 751.36 kB 13 Sep 2006
ScraparapTIMM (B-Sides).s3m Guitarap (feat. TaZaR) 662.02 kB 13 Sep 2006

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This is a collection of 3 remixes which have been abandoned long ago and most likely will not be further worked on. There have been more forgotten remixes, but only these are good enough to at least give them to public. Review if you want.

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User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 3.1

Not recommendedReview by Joseph Collins

Posted:
13 Sep 2005, 23:55
Turtle Goon (88 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings75 Featured reviews3 Average helpfulness62%
Rating
2.2

Introduction:
Totally Insane Music Makers presents three music files that will eat your soul. And not in a good way.

Music Analysis:
I’ll be blunt. The only good song out of these three is Deckstar. And even it is no good. The only reason I specifically mention it is because it sounds like a half-arsed rendition of a generic 80’s song. Scraparap is a close second only because it’s quiet and mellow. Crysilis sounds like you got bored and decided to play with pitch bends and volume bends.

Sample Analysis:
The samples tend to clash worst of all in Crysilis and, for the most part, don’t seem to be anything other than the original Jazz Jackrabbit samples thrown in a blender. Again, not a good thing.

Final Analysis:
Overall, these songs sound like you all tried way the Hell too hard to make something work. Three times. And failed each time. They just plain don’t seem to work.
It might just be the pitches of the notes, or it might just be the weakness of each song. I don’t know. In any case, while being vaugely original in each instance, these songs are clearly nothing to write home about. These may have been better left under the couch cushions on a couple of 3.5-inch floppies.

Recommendation?:
No recommendation. Seriously. I’ve heard better things from VG Music.com circa 1996.

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The “Simon Cowell” of Jazz 2 Online‘s Music Scene. . . Joseph Collins
Dr Lithius” or “LithiuServer” on Jazz 2

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Review by DanYjel

Posted:
14 Sep 2005, 21:38
Jazz Jackrabbit (215 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings215 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness44%
Rating
N/A

There is no my work, btw…

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Not recommendedReview by OM2004

Posted:
23 Feb 2006, 22:16
Bee Boy Swarm (47 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings47 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness34%
Rating
4.0

I wouldn’t say the songs were THAT bad.

Crysilis wasn’t good. It’s not that it wasn’t badly made it just dosn’t get the listiners attitions to listin though out all 4 mins.

Guitarap I agree on fully, it’s way to plane. It needs more sounds going on at once, and what was up with the hole” Brought to u by” something something, we all know who it is brought by we don’t need to be told again.

Now Deckstar was good I thought. If there wasn’t that static in the begining and end I would say it may be usable in levels. But ya the static lost you alots of points with that one.

It sounds like you want to make songs for the sake of just making songs. When you make songs they need to be appiling to your listiners. Some people just can’t songs. Dr. Eggman can make songs, I can’t make songs, and from the sounds of it you may be able to make songs if you concetrate more on what you want your listiners to do with the songs(like use them in other game).

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