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Bucky O' Hare: Red Planet

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2.8 MB
1 min 31 sec
4.75 / 5.00

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This is my remake of the music from NES game Bucky O' Hare. Red Planet stage. The tune is awesome but NES possibilities not enough for it. So I decided to create how I feel it should sound!
I like the result.
Hope you enjoy, thanks!
Melody copyright belongs to game authors, not me.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This was probably the first NES game I showed my brother. It was awkward explaining to him that old video games only had two buttons. Kids these days. -_-

Thanks for the memory.

Honestly, if you had drawn the track out longer I'd have downloaded it.

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GameBalance responds:

Thanks. I will not make this track longer. I'd better work with my own tracks.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh how much do I love these types of games... The music is amazing!

GameBalance responds:

Thanks )
It's one of my favorite NES games )


Rated 5 / 5 stars

dear god.. I haven't seen bucky o hare for eons.. nor do I think I've ever seen a remix of any of it's music on here.. bucky o hare was right up there with battletoads - great job man!


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GameBalance responds:

thanks =)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hell yeah ... This game holds a special place in my childhood. It's what got me into listening to electronic music.

This is a great remix of Red Planet ... arguably, the best track in the game.

Kudos and respect.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Normally i'm not into reboots/covers (available midi files and such)...but this was a good upgrade of the favorite will always be the 8 bit version but this song still had the feeling of a retro tune, overall great sound, nice

and for "flukedudecopy"'s weird that someones opinion without any technical proof of failure would hate a song like's one thing to rant on composition/tuning/harmonie, mix, master (things that (mainly) have written rules/standards) but just hammering on the fact you don't like a retro sound (whatever that means for you) makes me not wanna live on this planet anymore, you just don't compare people with others...i see you make trance and if i compare you with "Tiesto" you better go cry in a corner because that ship has already sailed for you

"Too retro" is not the same as me saying that "you're too young (seeing your preferred artists and thinking you know everything about this genre or whatever the subject is) to understand basic music criteria and feedback...just stfu...nobody has any benefits from hate and even worse feedback"

got something nice to say...explain it or don't explain it cause the artist will get a boner anyway...hate it? explain it (like me hating you) or STFU's that fucking's the most important rule of the bloody internet! you can always vote anonymous DERP

sry for the wall of text but i couldn't leave an ignorant comment like that...peace

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GameBalance responds:

Thanks :)
Yes I made it sound kinda chiptune. The only issue with this music I hear is, that it sounds a bit distorted after volume maximized. I just have no time to spend much with not-my-own music. So I keep it as is.
Made an update of the sound. It doesn't have distorted peaks anymore.