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OCR02251 - Streets of Rage 'Groove On'

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Yay more streets of rage remixes :D

This is my personal favourite of the entire soundtrack and you my friend have done the source some justice.

Love the funky guitar when it comes it really add's to the feel.

Really liking this and its been a long time since your last remix

Which was just as awesome.

Keep doing what you do dude because to me its pure gold.

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Yay, more SoR mixes!! Thanks for sub' this ambient, I hope to hear more from an old favorite. And speaking of old favorites...GeckoYamori, where are thou and wrrrrrrrrrrrrrry aren't you sub'ing more to OCR lol.

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hi, this remix is sick yeah!, sounds as the dance and house style, but the style from sega, wow, good job :D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D :-D

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A great mix that you can definitely 'groove' to, ambients strong remix has some great bass hits and a fun overall beat to it. Very cool. Groove on!

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Had me nodding my head and tapping my fingers within the first 20 seconds.

Breakdown around 1:20 is awesome. Guitar coming in at 1:50 brings the funk.

More of this, please.

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I remember some of your early works from around 2005-ish, and the production work on this one feels rather mint and more pristine than anything that I had heard from you prior to then. :)

In regards to arrangement, it manages to chop up the source melody into something more developed and structure them in a way that retains the familiarity of the source but also forms the basis for interpretation along the way. The drum work at 1:25 was a huge highlight, showing some strong details with the gate work and switch ups during this transition.

This trick was repeated moreso past the 3 minute mark, though I may have to be blunt though that if it didn't happen there then the mix may somehow have outstayed its welcome. So I got to say nice call and solid work overall!

Assuming that you're coming over to London on Saturday, it'll be a pleasure to see you ambient :)

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I really enjoy the crazy filtering in this track that seems to alter the pitch a bit too, and the beat is nice'n'solid™. The breakdown section was awesome, and the melodic variation in the second half was welcome and interesting. Overall this is a good mix that is pretty capably handled.

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I remember some of your early works from around 2005-ish, and the production work on this one feels rather mint and more pristine than anything that I had heard from you prior to then. :)

In regards to arrangement, it manages to chop up the source melody into something more developed and structure them in a way that retains the familiarity of the source but also forms the basis for interpretation along the way. The drum work at 1:25 was a huge highlight, showing some strong details with the gate work and switch ups during this transition.

This trick was repeated moreso past the 3 minute mark, though I may have to be blunt though that if it didn't happen there then the mix may somehow have outstayed its welcome. So I got to say nice call and solid work overall!

Assuming that you're coming over to London on Saturday, it'll be a pleasure to see you ambient :)

Thanks Rexy! Sorry couldn't make it to London that day. How did the meet up go? I will definitely make it next time!

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This does have a dancey & house groove going on here as ambient mentioned in his submission comments. It's a fun mix, light and meant for dancing. I do wish the melody was a little more prominent early on though - it takes a tad longer to get into the meat of it than I'd like personally. The arrangement seems to be built pretty well regardless though, so it's hard to complain too much.

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Whooo, sweet! Love how groovy this ReMix is, and especially the dirty bits in the middle before the "chikachickawah" breakdown. The energy is consistent and very danceable, and it's nice how you keep adding bits and pieces in as the song goes on. Never seems to get out of hand or boring. Very nice, indeed.

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Groove on? Why not! Especially when the groove is extremely hard to be resisted. The excellent blend of phat beats, wah-wah guitar chops, some piano licks, tasty synths and breaks make this song probably my favorite from Alex. So sweet!

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