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OCR01144 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III "Turtle Wave"

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Thank god for more TMNT mixes. Theres so much potential for remixing them.

This mix is a great one to use from Level 1 I believe. Very much like the original but suped up. Nice Work!

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As far as I can tell, the bassline is Mazedude's own work.

Man... I must've played this game through about 50 times when I was a wee lad. One thing that never got old was the music. This does the original justice. Well done, Mazedude. Well worth the download.

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More Mazedude like this!

I mainly came here to say....WHERE HAVE I HEARD THIS BEFORE????? I know I have heard this melody before, and I'm pretty sure I've never played the game, and it feels like I've known this song for a long time. Is this song anywhere else in the world? Perhaps another mix I might have heard?

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wow. that NES stuff was before my time, but it just sounds as bouncy and awesome as the turtles in time soundtrack. must be the same composer?

anyway, truly great synths used here.

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Whoa Jazz Jackrabbit was the shit... Anyway, this remix definitely makes me want to wear a colorful, holey bandana and dance. Too bad I can't dance... The bass in this is hot, and the brass shots attack you(in a good way). And I must say that the constant modulation of the melody and chords are superbly done.

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doode, this sounds like Ninja turts to the end. Sooooooo cool. I like the waving synth, goes really well with the picture hahaha. Coool stuff. The drums get really technical and cool 1 05 after an amazing sequence of instruments. Coolio

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' sounds like a masterpiece to me.

-Excellent slapped bass

-Excellent synth solo @1'20

-The arpeggios do the "game style" (reminds me my good-old-C64-games)

-various excellent breaks

-The entire tune is soooooooooo groovy

that I can't prevent myself to dance, move my body,

clap my hands and disturb my neighb'rs shouting more than singing!

Let me say "excellent stuff !".

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More Mazedude like this!

I mainly came here to say....WHERE HAVE I HEARD THIS BEFORE????? I know I have heard this melody before, and I'm pretty sure I've never played the game, and it feels like I've known this song for a long time. Is this song anywhere else in the world? Perhaps another mix I might have heard?

It kinda reminds me of "Angel Island Zone" from Sonic 3. The first level btw.

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I mainly came here to say....WHERE HAVE I HEARD THIS BEFORE????? I know I have heard this melody before, and I'm pretty sure I've never played the game, and it feels like I've known this song for a long time. Is this song anywhere else in the world? Perhaps another mix I might have heard?

It kinda reminds me of "Angel Island Zone" from Sonic 3. The first level btw.

maybe you lived next to me and heard it because when I was a kid, this and megaman were all I played.

I dont know if my weakness for nostalgia has anything to do with it, but I love this remix. 10/10 as far as Im concernced

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I know where I've heard it before, at least alot of the samples and the overall groove in the tune: Nine One One by Jeroen Tel

But this was not at all meant to dis :wink: I really liked the tune! Brought me back to the happy FastTracker II days, obviously because it reminded of the tune mentioned above. Nice work!

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Tight. Tight like... I can't think of an analogy suitable for describint it.

This game actually frustrated me to no end when I was a kid, but I too give this one top-notch ratings.

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This is indeed an unique stuff, like Mazedude's music. He captured the essence of a slap bass. Those elements proposed are pure fun. The brass did a too satisfactory justice.

Very good instrumentation. Very cool ideas. Great and nice stuff.

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