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#2
the original is obviously a severe tune, and with the recent trend of remixing classics (pulpfiction,papua new ginny (cant spell that shit!) etc) it don't surprise me to see rmxs, good to see a new spin(no pun int) on tunes that had a big effect at their time of release, however due toi the machine i use for net access (work) i can't listern to audio (no broadband,or media player and can't really download one) so i can't say weather or not any should be released or which one is the best,
what other releases are there by jo?? are they on the same vibe as r-type??

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ZESTOI

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me and chris argue about this so much, the original is soooooo heavy, ed rush remix is alright, but original is still the best. the bassss wooooooo

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all ed rush remix really is is sped up with more drumss
 

M-Code

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Original is kinda timeless, but i really like the friction & frenzic remix. the ed solo one is cool too. they should release em all on a 12 and be done with it ;)
 

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None of them are as good as the original but as remixes of old classics go these 2 aren't bad at all

Prefer the new one out of the 2 :thumbsup:
 
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The Shogun mix just wings it of the 2 remixes as it's almost just a pitched up version of the original. I didn't think that the Ed Solo one was coming out as it's been on plate for such a long time.
 
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shogun remix just seems to be the same thing just more defined drums, i like the craziness of solo's remix. Im glad the remix's do it justice, but the original always deserves all props cause without it you wouldn't have em ya know?
 
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