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C&C - Act on Instinct remix

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May 1, 2009 | 4:19 AM EDT
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4.2 MB
3 min 6 sec
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4.31 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Command and Conquer was the best game I played in 96 when it was released. And only Now I decided to do the remix of Act on Instinct.

So enjoy this remix made by Me.

Original by Frank Klepaki.

Reviews


DanNinjaDanNinja

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pure Excellence!

I loved it man. You really kept the grittiness and recklessness of the commando style going in the remix! :DD Top notch!

And you really should try remixing Hell March. I tried on Music Generator 3 without much success due to the limited effects, but it's totally possible. :D


prey2009 responds:

hell march is one im having problems to remix, but I will try it soon enough. :)


Kee715Kee715

Rated 5 / 5 stars

^_^

Epic, awesome, nostalgic.

That just about sums it up, now we need MOAR C&C remixes! pl0x? ^_^


prey2009 responds:

indeed..I had Hell March in mind. but I dont think its possible..lol I'll think about it :)


HuntersMoonHuntersMoon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Or you may have hit the brown note for Doki.

Haha, I love the classic C&C 95 and this song just brings back so many memories. Well, time for reinstall.


prey2009 responds:

Lol..welcome to my world..after doing this remix, I did reinstall it and felt so nostalgic :)


DokiwanKadokiDokiwanKadoki

Rated 5 / 5 stars

...*drool*

I think i need new pants....


prey2009 responds:

Lol, so im guessing yoo like this remix then :)


ba12348ba12348

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very well done

C&C is good, rock/metal is good, C&C+rock/metal is excelent

(and perhaps the quote you were thinking of down there is: He who controls the present controls the past, he who controls the past fontrols the future, thus, we control the future, from George Orwell, 1984)


prey2009 responds:

Nicely put, thank you, oh great wise man :)