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I don't want your money baby   [2012]

I don't want your money baby Released by :

Release Date :
24 November 2012

Type :
C64 Music

All I want is to score

Released At :
High-score Power Ballad Competition 2012

Achievements :
C64 Music Competition at High-score Power Ballad Competition 2012 :  #6

User rating:*********_  8.5/10 (34 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  8.9/10 (12 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Music .... Linus of Crest, Resource, Tristar & Red Sector Inc., Viruz

SIDs used in this release :
I Don't Want Your Money Baby(/MUSICIANS/L/Linus/I_Dont_Want_Your_Money_Baby.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Frantic on 3 December 2012
Hehe.. I deliberately bought a mixer with a built in (but adjustable) low pass filter for the veeeeery deep range to prevent occasionally super heavy C64 bass from freaking out on beefy PA's. Good thing to have at party compos and such. No Linus tune would kill my system! ;)
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Submitted by Linus on 3 December 2012
Oops, be careful as I won't pick up the bill, dude! ;)
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Submitted by Flex on 3 December 2012
I tested this one on our clubs band PA sound system and THAT BASS!! Had to cut the low frequencies big hand to prevent subwoofers crashing. :-D Great track overall, Linus!!
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Submitted by 6R6 on 1 December 2012
The bass! Sounds incredible on my sound system.
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Submitted by Fredrik on 30 November 2012
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Submitted by Linus on 30 November 2012
Oh, you suckers, haha, it entirely depends on the game, dunnit? ;) I can imagine it fitting in certain games.
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Submitted by ilesj on 30 November 2012
Wow, what an awesome piece! I'm lovin' it! As a plain tune 5/5, but as 'high-score power ballad' not that much.. I'm gonna vote for the compo, although it hurts!
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Submitted by DeeKay on 30 November 2012
Wow. It never ceases to amaze me how you can make tunes that sound like 4x at least in singlespeed! ;-) Some mad instruments and FX - and quite nice arrangement, too! I feel somewhat reminded of your Bowie tune in CSS, lotsa Ringmod to mess up sounds there, too (I'm assuming here, would have to check my SID visualizer! ;-)
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Submitted by Burglar on 29 November 2012
I agree with Dane that this could've been included in The Wild Bunch, but as main tune for side 2, and the current 2nd rune as last.

so yea, supercool tune for sure, but not a hiscore track for me
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Submitted by Kristian on 29 November 2012
Lots of power and incredible instruments. The way you tweak the SID... way over my head.
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Submitted by Akira on 26 November 2012
This track blew my mind. Excellent sound design and funky arrangement.
Definitely feels like a highscore track to me, for a new game, not for some nostalgia-driven bollocks! :D
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Submitted by Frantic on 26 November 2012
Funky stuff indeed! Whether it would fit as a high score tune or not entirely depends on the game I think. If you turn the question around and ask what sort of game that would need this tune as its high score tune, then I think that would probably be quite a cool game! A game that I would like to try. :)
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Submitted by la_mettrie on 25 November 2012
Those fuzzy chords are impressive
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Submitted by Dane on 25 November 2012
Fits right in with several of your other tracks - could have featured in a hidden part in Wild Bunch. It sounds good. But it's not catchy enough for me this time.
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 24 November 2012
Nice singlespeed madness. Catchy, albeit a bit short.
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Submitted by Peacemaker on 24 November 2012
not my cup of tea -.-
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Submitted by Leticia on 24 November 2012
Has some weird Sounds/Elements
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Submitted by dink on 24 November 2012
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Submitted by Sixx on 24 November 2012
Not so highscorish to me, but what a great song. Those sounds! 10/10.
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Submitted by Joe on 24 November 2012
Excellent sounds!
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Submitted by Stone on 24 November 2012
Mad genius! \o/
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Submitted by Sledge on 24 November 2012
Wow! Cool sound :)
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Submitted by 1BM on 24 November 2012
awesome sounds, i think this tune wins :)
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Submitted by hedning on 24 November 2012
Very nice, indeed!
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Submitted by Linus on 24 November 2012
@celticdesign: What? My tunes are plain 1x speed using Goattracker.

Thanks! :)
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Submitted by OMP on 24 November 2012
haha this is great!

grooving bass, awesome sounds, funky stuff. way jammy lead - love that :)
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Submitted by celticdesign on 24 November 2012
holy no HOLY shit... bloody deep and phaty sounds... so incredible nuts. i really wish i could do those uber PHAT sounds aswell... what tune speed is used here? 8x? i am really curious. and which player do U use? is it jeffs routine? well, know i've utterly depressions... in a positive way. 10/10!
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Submitted by spider-j on 24 November 2012
funky one, amazing sounds again :-)
+ added PSID64 executable.
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Submitted by Hermit on 24 November 2012
Excellent \o/
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