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F-Zero - Big Blue Metalized!

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My second metal version of a SNES classic. This is the best track I've made EVER!



Rated 5 / 5 stars April 6, 2008





Rated 5 / 5 stars May 8, 2007

Another good answer to the Nintendo original.

After listening to your metalized version of Star Fox's Corneria stage tune, I really wanted to give you another big 10 point credit of my review to you.

I never played the original F-Zero on SNES (Super Famicom in Japan), but I only heard that tune off from Super Smash Bros. Melee on GameCube. I think the GameCube version is a remake of that tune, but not the original just like the SNES did. However, after listening to this a couple of times, I can really feel that you really give a good attempt and answer to Nintendo's original tune. When the tune later goes to the different sections, it feels like the days of modern rock influenced genre in Japan as J-rock. In fact, I can feel that this is just a typical heavy metal tune from the West, but I'm pretty much sure that you really almost got the Japanese-Western style influences of this tune.

While most of your clips have quality problems, I don't think I'm too bothered about the mistakes you made on this tune. In fact, I start to fell good with this tune after listening to this a lot.

I know that you're kind and brave enough to make this metalized tune of F-Zero's Big Blue that makes me wanted to fall in love with this tune much more. I don't really need eardrums, since my ears are strong to here this. ;)

GoreBastard responds:

Thanks alot for the words pal!
Yeah, I love the Japanese style of music that's in so many games. It's always been an influence to me, I just wish I could play as good as some of those Japanese rockers do!

You should check out my favourite audio list and listen to a song by MetalJonus called "All Over". It's amazing, if you've not heared it already. It's got that old Japanese game type sound to it.

Anyway thanks again for the kind words mate!


Rated 5 / 5 stars October 27, 2007


I myself have never played F Zero on the SNES, but this sounds very close to the F Zero X and F Zero GX special version of big blue music. I guess it was popular enough to come across 3 generations of consoles.


Rated 5 / 5 stars August 1, 2007

Dude F' Yes!

Very well done! I'm asuming you did the guitar work and had some drum loops is that right?

GoreBastard responds:

Thanks mate!
Yeah, it's a drum program called Acoustica Beatcraft, and my BC Rich guitar.
Cheers for listening dude.


Rated 5 / 5 stars December 31, 2007

great track

If i close my eyes i can see the game f-zero when i used to play years ago.
very good job there.