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Old 26 February 2002, 18:25   #1
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C64 revivalband

I just read about this cool danish band, who playing old c64 tunes, in a rock-style. They released a cd. Tjeck them out

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Old 26 February 2002, 20:02   #2
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They actually suck. I dont like what the ydo at all. There are people out there doing a much better job. I personally like Instant Remedy.
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Old 26 February 2002, 21:36   #3
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Instant remedy does a good job of making remakes which are very dance influenced. At times I like it, and at times I like other remakes like those Putzi does (Still really likes his Monty on the run remake) which are much harder in sound.

I liked press play on tape listening to it about once or twice, then I grew bored with it.
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German artist Mikron 64 uses ORIGINAL C64 sounds in his productions, mixing them with sounds from the (near-)present. Highly recommended. :thumbs_up
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Old 28 February 2002, 22:04   #5
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(german?) Artist Bastian uses a C64 (well, now he owns a sidstation), and then you got the german group Welle Erdball, who perform live with an SX64
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