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I heard it through the Grapehein   [2013]

I heard it through the Grapehein Released by :

Release Date :
8 November 2013

Type :
C64 Music

Black to the future

User rating:*********_  9.2/10 (14 votes)   See votestatistics

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

SIDs used in this release :
I Heard it Through the Grapehein(/MUSICIANS/L/Linus/I_Heard_it_Through_the_Grapehein.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 2 November 2015
Indeed, indeed, dear LMan ... but that mean spirited drunkard Mr. Samuelson with his vast history of emotional problems cannot ... oh well, nevermind. We all know what he is like, now don't we? :) Stinsi <3
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Submitted by LMan on 2 November 2015
Waaaay cool :D
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Submitted by CreaMD on 16 January 2015
First 15 secs!!!!! *love*
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Submitted by booker on 31 October 2014
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Submitted by Linus on 10 November 2013
BoC covers belong into stereo sid territory, imho. Someday soon, maybe!
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Submitted by FATFrost on 9 November 2013
@Linus.. I Like some variation within your music compositions... I just wish it was all B.o.c and Bonobo covers and a bit of Follin glitch muzak... ;)
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Submitted by celticdesign on 9 November 2013
just awesome!
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Submitted by Stinsen on 9 November 2013
Haha, that's a lovely story Linus, explains it all. :D Sorry for the attitude, I really can be a jackass when drinking... :P
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Submitted by CreaMD on 9 November 2013
Love the less complicated parts. The beginning motive, for example. The lot of distortion etc makes it a bit hard to enjoy it in the more "stuffed" parts. The "hysterical" lead-solo instruments is nice. I love those insane vibratos since I first heard them in "For Avantgarde" (cover) by Red Devil ;-)
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Submitted by fenz on 9 November 2013
I never quite liked this song before now! Great cover :)
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Submitted by Radiant on 9 November 2013
This is way cool.
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Submitted by Linus on 9 November 2013
Harsh conditions in childhood have long term effects. And boy, it was a harsh childhood for me.

My father was a cliff diver in Acapulco until he found a sunken marine ship carrying a ridiculously huge cargo of gold. He suddenly disappeared shortly after that, never to be seen again. My grandma, a druglord and passionate Boulder Dash player, and some of her many boyfriends had to raise me alone since mom was away ice trucking up in Alaska. She never sent any money, btw, but I digress.

Whenever I didn't behave (e.g. showed mercy towards grandmas unpaying customers) she punished me severely by forcing me to listen to her extensive glitch-polka collection for hours. I never recovered from that period :/

Now that you know more about me, pretty please, dear Stinsen, good sir, don't be too strict. I will try to match your taste next time and will not release anything until it got approved, deal?
User Comment
Submitted by DKT on 9 November 2013
Very very good!
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Submitted by Stinsen on 9 November 2013
Very strange remix of a very bad tune to begin with (whyy Linus?).
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Submitted by Yogibear on 8 November 2013
Bit weird but it entertained me! :)
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Submitted by FATFrost on 8 November 2013
You've been listening to Hein's hemeroids? (-_-)
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Submitted by Linus on 8 November 2013
... and with a liberal sprinkling of CCR! ;)
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 8 November 2013
excellent Marvin Gaye cover with Linus flavour.
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