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Date
10/07/2010
File Info
Song
3.5 MB
2 min 35 sec
Score
4.49 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.49 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Classic Rock
Tags:
racing
rock
classical
swerve

Author Comments

This is the first of two tracks I composed for the topdown racing game SWERVE which the game's creator chose to use as one of two menu themes. This one was an attempt to create a 60ies style rock track.

Reviews


BenjaminTibbettsBenjaminTibbetts

Rated 5 / 5 stars

10/10

Loved the game and the soundtrack.


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F4LL0UT responds:

Nice to see that someone actually knows the game here and I'm also glad that you liked the music (although I was only one of three contributors, the others being the rock band daddy spilt black milk and Butterfly Crash).


CalamaistrCalamaistr

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i like the organ

this shows your not a bad composer you just sometimes make bad songs (space bugs).

You should keep making music like this, its pretty cute.
Oh and very realistic rock drumming, thats something i cant do. :)


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F4LL0UT responds:

Thanks for the comment and for the high rating. Well, I don't really want to stick to any kind of genre but who knows, maybe in future I will do more stuff like this. It actually completely depends on what kind of jobs I will get since most of the music I make is for video games.

Btw: It's funny that you took the Space Bugs theme as an example for a bad song because it was much better received than this one. Personally I also wouldn't ever admit that the Space Bugs theme is bad. True, it's not a masterpiece, but I think that it's a good piece, especially as part of the game that I composed it for.

Anyhow: Thank you very much for being my first reviewer. :)