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Oct 9, 2007 | 3:04 PM EDT
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4.5 MB
4 min 54 sec
4.30 / 5.00

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A cover of the classic dance song, with a few of my own... variations. I hope you enjoy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Well, this is one of the few cover versions of the songs that I trulely dig!

I am so dependent on sound code, that covers are usually regarded as different songs to my point of view!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yes you got it

dude this is the best song ever you should think about putting a voice there

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I get what thereviewer below means by the "Napolean Dynamite"-y sounds; I'm having difficulty pin-pointing the exact name of the synth, but the mode that you put it on that makes it sound kind of retro? At, for example, 00:26, and 1:47. Difficult to explain..

It's an interesting take, to say the least. Sounds like a MIDI at a lot of points; didn't you mention working off of a MIDI? It might have been better if you were working with an actual copy of the song, but that's because of my minor thing against MIDIs. :D It's still a very nice mix, although I wish you had used more of the techno beats like in the intro.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice work

yeah at first it did seem like you took the mp3 and slowed it down but after listening to it its very different but its a great cover for it the best that is currently done keep up the good work

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Qwertyuiopasd responds:

Thanks. originally after putting everything into Fruity Loops, it really was a carbon copy of the original song, but I added some good mix ups and had my lovely lovely intro.

thanks for the review.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


to me it sounds like you got an mp3 of the song without vocals and slowed it down. But i am probably wrong. if you did do this, well done, great copy.

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Qwertyuiopasd responds:

well, I would contest that you are wrong... if you listen to it faster or just listen to it immidiately after/before the actual song, then you should find the voices to be different. I also have some arrangement differences, though I admit I did start with essentially a carbon copy of the arrangement.

However, I do some things with variation on the organ that the original song doesn't do... so hopefully you'll find that it's not a rip or anything.

Thanks for the review anyhow :D