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Won't Stop 'till The End

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Uploaded
Oct 7, 2012 | 2:55 PM EDT
File Info
Song
3.5 MB
3 min 47 sec
Score
4.22 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.22 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,237 Plays | 113 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal
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dragon
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Author Comments

Eternal Legend_DBZ - Won't Stop 'till The End(Budokai 3 Theme)
Download Song for FREE: http://www.reverbnation.c om/eternallegend
Original by: Kenji Yamamoto, Hironobu Kageyama.

Eternal Legend: http://www.facebook.com/#
!/pages/Eternal-Legend/81 174319914
Rearranged by: Michael T. Healy
Guitars, bass, drum and keyboard: Michael T. Healy

Instruments -
Guitar: Agile Interceptor 7 and Ibanez S420L
Bass: Carvin Icon6
Keys: East West/Quantum Leap Colossus
Drums: Toontrack DFH Ezdrummer

THANK YOU if you enjoyed this!

Reviews


JackRockerJackRocker

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds so epic 80s that it's ridiculous. I love it man. The lead guitar was just beautiful. Great cover, sir.


EternalLegend responds:

Thanks sorry took so long to get back I kind of got shunned on this site when I 1st joined and didn't bother to check back till now. I posted the videos from my YouTube and people got butthurt over them not being original when they were just to compliment the music I covered. Anyways sorry again and thanks for listening!


Talmoon1717Talmoon1717

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It sounded kinda off on a couple spots, like around 2:19. The bass guitar could've gotten a different rhythm, or even a solo. But, i still liked it.


EternalLegend responds:

Thanks sorry took so long to get back I kind of got shunned on this site when I 1st joined and didn't bother to check back till now. I posted the videos from my YouTube and people got butthurt over them not being original when they were just to compliment the music I covered. Anyways sorry again and thanks for listening!
Thanks for the criticism I play slap bass so I usually tend to stick with the drums. I'm not sure about the off spots but I know there may be a couple in some of my covers here and there. Thanks again