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Dec 24, 2008 | 10:22 PM EST
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2.2 MB
2 min 23 sec
4.44 / 5.00

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What if there was one last act to the Ice Cap Zone?
There's the doctor again, plotting his scheme for world domination but Sonic cannot let this happen.
It all starts with a visitation of the icy lairs of the Ice Cap Zone where the blue blur finds Eggman trying to secure success by reviving his top lairs with the help of the Chaos Emeralds. The cold breeze winds back into his quills as he travels the freezing tunnels in search for his adversary.

This song was probably one of my most worked on. It doesn't feel complete, so I may go back and add onto it.

Song Specs:
Key: C Minor
BPM: 130
Instruments used:
2 basses,
2 strings,


Number 19 on the list? Incredible! :P Thank you a lot NG and everyone who reviewed the song and voted on it. This is very meaningful to me as a musician to see it in the Top 30 of the Audio portal!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


...........amazing just pure genius 5/5 10/10

LightKeeper responds:

Thanks man! Appreciate the review.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Even Perfect Chaos would dance to this!

All the baddies would DANCE TO THIS!!!

LightKeeper responds:

Thanks! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Impressive song!

IMO best Ice Cap remix i've ever heard.
Very impressive love the Piano!

LightKeeper responds:

Thanks a lot! I tried my best to stray away from the average ice cap remix. I really want to go back and touch up the mixing a bit more though.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Shadow:Getting Be Fun Huh

Sonic:Yeah Its Fun Time

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LightKeeper responds:

I have no idea what that means, but thanks I suppose haha.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not often...

...But sometimes I come across a remix that deviates from the source material a decent bit without losing the sound of what they're supposed to be remixing. This does that very well, keeping the original theme while adding something completely new to the mix, with a story to boot! I like the visualization you put in it, and it helps me understand the feeling of the song as well. Nice one, it gets a download.

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LightKeeper responds:

Thanks a lot. As I progressed with this one I just felt as though it had a certain finality in its feeling, so I put that into narrative and that seems like it's gotten across to people fairly well. It gives the song some purpose I guess.

The first thing you said was the intention behind the mix. I made an Ice Cap remix a long time ago on another account and it was received too well. One of the biggest, and probably greatest, pieces of criticism I received accounted for the unique sound in this remix. The reviewer wrote something on the lines of, "When you make a remix, add your own tastes to the song." What he said applies to all remixes. If the song isn't enough of your own, then it is more of a remaster than a remix, isn't it?