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4.53 / 5.00

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Hey guys,

I decided to test out some new things I learned from a friend and remix the heck out of something I've been wanting to do for ages! X-Kaliber 2097! Ring any bells? I didn't think so. XD It's a very obscure game for the SNES from 1994. It has great music by Psykosonik. Those guys also did some music for the Mortal Kombat movies, which I'm pretty sure you can hear from this alone!

Really not much else to say about this one...

Soooooooooooo Enjoy! ^^

PS: Please crank up the volume with this one!
PPS: This song will make you feel really dirty! xD



Rated 5 / 5 stars


I... I/... am speechless


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Run for the hills!

It's anti-cirno!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Talk about a blast from the past

This brings back memories. It's been ages since I've played the game (X-Kaliber 2097), so it came as quite the surprise to me that anyone else had heard of it, let alone remixed it. This was what, track 03?

Anyway, I liked the intro, the new twist there combined with the original on the background was sweet. Then you really got into it at 00:23. Disliked the part at 00:48, where you switched out of the original to continue with your own style but that's just me. Still, you kept the underlying base intact which ultimately set the speed for the overal track, so it remained familiar. Another good comination piece was from 02:06 onward and then at 02:32 it just mellowed out with bits and pieces of the original strewn around.

A nice remix overall though to be truthful the best parts were where the original bits shone through.
Then again, I though that that was a great soundtrack in and of itself so maybe I'm a bit biased.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love the transitions in this.. each one gets better than the last


Rated 5 / 5 stars


You weren't kidding, i want to rip Baraka in two now... now wheres my controler.... anyways! very well done song, this song is violence in musical form. This needs to be in a video game, the different parts could each have a level and not get boring. You kept each part unique, not changing feelings nesisarily but... idk, just making it feel like a journey through a lowbit-grunge-punk world.... where things get ripped to shreds by big guys with sharp blades and big guns