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2012 - Suicide Mission REMAKE

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Jan 27, 2010 | 8:53 PM EST
File Info
1.9 MB
1 min 12 sec
3.34 / 5.00

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Rated 3.34 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

I decided to remake my favorite track off the 2012 score. One of the only good things about this film was the score which was fantastic. I decided to remake Suicide Mission as it is my favorite. I only got the first half of the cue done so far and I messed up a few parts of it but I want to get other listeners views on it first.

EDIT:I added a new part of the cue in.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice remake

There's nothing on Newgrounds that states 'originality required for a good score' or 'don't post remakes or i'll low-score you' - benyue1978 is just sore because his music was poorly received and most of his reviews are marked as useless.

I really liked the piece. The string samples are nice - what library did you use? Some of the notes drop off a bit quick later on in the piece, but I like how it sounds and the emotion was captured quite well - a little more dynamics and It'll be great.

MrKennedy123 responds:

Thanks for the review. I'm all for originality too but remakes here and there dont hurt. The strings are just titled Florestan Strings and they are fantastic. I know some dropped off a little early and I need to fix it. I'm still working on it. Thanks


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Good...

Wow... Whenever I listen to this song it makes me feel as if i'm looking out over a huge wasteland of what used to be the United States. Personally I think this is one of those songs that brings thoughts and emotions into you that you've never felt before. Beautiful... I'll be waiting for more.

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MrKennedy123 responds:

Thanks. I really loved this track and the rest of the 2012 score as it was fantastic. It really captured the "we're all gonna die" mood.