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SH - Purple SH - Purple

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I must know what you're sampling from!

This track has such an awesome mood to it. While the beat is excellent, the melody is what makes this song for me. I'd greatly appreciate it if you listed what you sampled from in all of your tracks, or mentioned whether or not you actually composed these. Or, you know, at least for this track.

Can't get that haunting melody out of my head!

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MMZX - Trap Factory MMZX - Trap Factory

Rated 5 / 5 stars


I still think this is your best remix from what I've heard so far, and of course your most popular one because of it. While you work magic on quite a few of the songs you've remixed (Path to the Truth, Internet V2, the other two I remember liking after going through your tracks), whatever magic you worked on this track, you need to use it on all of your tracks. Use of original sounds that still bring forth Megaman flavor, consistent quality (and proper volume levels) between the instruments used, and clever (and catchy!) yet sensible instrumentation are all in this track, and should be standard in the MM remixes you make.

But you know, with the audio on my profile right now, I look like I don't know what the hell I'm talking about.

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SH - Come Too Far SH - Come Too Far

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds great with my headphones too!

I personally love the underground hip hop scene. This song reminds me a lot of the works of Nujabes and similar artists who make such mellow yet catchy and musically complex tracks. Keep making more like this. Also, R.I.P. Nujabes.

Metal Gear Delinquent Metal Gear Delinquent

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I wish I could play Metal Gear with this in the BG

This is definitely one of your greater songs. Much better than the ones where you seem to merely add a drum beat to the original song and leave it at that. You should change it up more often like you do here. Songs like this and Eureka 187 are tracks that deserve to be heard by the original artists and added to the soundtracks they came from.