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Blue Monday [Cover]

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The best selling single (in the 12" vinal format) of all time! Blue Monday by New Order is a brilliant Synthpop/New Wave track and I just felt the need to cover it! Have I done it justice? (Please Say yes! :D )
Constructive Criticism is welcomed and appretiated. NO ZERO BOMBERS/DELIBERIT LOW VOTES WITHOUT REASON.

Equipment Used
Bass - GTG 44S (Custom Patch)
Choir - Nanotron2 (Mellotron Emulator)
Strings - GTG K1 (Custom Patch)
PWM 'Blip' (Custom Patch) - UNO62 (Juno60 Emulator)
Clean Guitar, Synth Brass - Chaos Sounbank 1.9
Drums - Linn LM1 (Sampled)

Original Song (c) New Order 1983
Cover version (c) Ben Anderson 2008

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Love it it sounds great keep up the great work

Awesome!

Great remix. Very similar to the original which I really like. Keep up the good work.

How Does It Feel?

To make an awesome song? (Sorry - crap pun).

Great work though, the remix sounded great - I'm a fan of the original Blue Monday by New Order and really your remix sounded a lot like the original long instrumental version in the song - nailed the drums spot on too. Great work. :)

Sounds great.

I like it, it sounds quite good. Though m sure due to copyright laws I guess you couldn't lay down the vox. Though m sure that if you did, you would have a killer remix cover that would be great to get down to and dance!!!

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benanderson responds:

I didn't do teh vox because I can't sing :B

New Order!! ^^

Good job! My favorite band in the world. This band has been known to change it's songs, and other bands weird it up, but you hit it right on. Thank you. <3

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benanderson
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Uploaded
Aug 15, 2008
4:08 PM EDT
Genre
New Wave
File Info
Song
5.7 MB
4 min 10 sec

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.