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Sonic-SandopolisZoneA2 Piano

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Oct 21, 2011 | 2:48 AM EDT
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3.4 MB
1 min 52 sec
4.58 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Here is a piano/electronic arrangement of the stage BGM Sandopolis Zone Act 2 from the 1994 Sega Genesis video game, Sonic & Knuckles.

This is a collaboration between me and John Weeks.

MIDI Sequenced by John Weeks. Piano arrangement by Dr. Mack Foxx.

MIDI modified and used with permission. Please note: I do have written permission to post this from John Weeks.

I reply to all reviews so feel free to leave one. :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Damn phantoms! Better than the original.

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DrMackFoxx responds:

Man, did I hate those ghosts as well. X_X Wow! Not every day when someone remarks on one of John Weeks' and my songs being better than the original. Thank you very much. ^_^

Thanks for the excellent review! :) 'Tis greatly appreciated.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This sets the spooky tone better than the original

I think it's because of the way the piano sounds, but this would work way better for the "spooky" factor of that stage.

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DrMackFoxx responds:

I have to agree. I tried to go for the same sort of feel for my cover of Mystic Cave Zone, too. Yet again, I thank you for taking the time to leave another review. ^_^


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i don't quite understand this

why your songs sometimes don't get reviews that much, but atleast my comment will show up...sooner or later (or not at all)

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DrMackFoxx responds:

Well, it's safe to say that I'm not really that well known in the Newgrounds Audio Portal, especially compared to artists like ParagonX9 or EliteFerrex, just for starters. ^_^; You have to have an awful lot of followers on Newgrounds in order for your work to end up in the Top 30 or Weekly Top 5 reliably.

Nonetheless, you have to start somewhere and I'm quite happy that quite a few people are enjoying these tracks, such as you. :) Thank you very much for the great review!