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Shot Down (Afterburner Remix)

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Apr 28, 2010 | 2:24 PM EDT
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7.7 MB
4 min 13 sec
Score
4.24 / 5.00

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Rated 4.24 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

A lot of love went into this one. After downloading Afterburner Climax, and after being a fan of the originals for so long, I decided I'd take a stab at the Afterburner theme.

And for once, it's actually a remix, not a remaster, arrangement, or orchestration.

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SonicYM2612SonicYM2612

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AfterBurner, yet another great SEGA game like Space Harrier. And another awesome mix by you! Hehe. Unbelievably I survived through AfterBurner III for SEGA CD. I'm not particlarly fond of the game itself (I think the Arcade/SEGA 32X AfterBurner was better) but the music from it is pretty epic.


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DigitalDuck responds:

The S.S.T. Band arrangement features the best synth solo of all time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvn_zF8uIRM


YoshfictionYoshfiction

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This sounds so sad...

I do'nt know afterburner but I think I whould love it. Thanks to you,and thanks to this song. You are realy good in this. I can not ever give you lower then a 10 for this.
You should make this your job. It sounds realy cool and sad. It calls forth your deeper emotianal feelings and secret. You are the very best!

-Your biggest fan,Yoshfiction


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DigitalDuck responds:

Thanks! It was supposed to be sad, that's why it's called "Shot Down". The first 2 1/2 minutes is supposed to symbolise the plane being shot down, with the last 1 1/2 minutes being a recovery. The violin plays the bridge section of "Passing Breeze" from OutRun, for no reason other than that it fits fairly well.

This is also the first one I've done that isn't purely a remaster, arrangement, or orchestration, which is a personal achievement.