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PC-ReasonNectawall Dancers by flag Buzzer (Mikko Hyyti)
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In Compilations: Compilation Nectarine Compo #13 - Italo Disco Compo

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Song Information


Author: flag Nitro (Kai-Eerik Komppa) , flag Teque (Tero Kostermaa)

Song Length: 3:15
Release Year: 1999
Song Status: Active
Song Source: Game
Song Platform: PlatformPC-XM

Additional Information:

Composed for "Unreal Tournament"

Equipment used:
Korg Polysix
Korg DW-8000
Korg Trinity
Alesis DMS
Ensoniq SD-1

Guitar Stuff:
Washburn G4 guitar
Morley Wah
MXR Distortion II
Alesis 3630 comp/gate
Marshall JMP-1
Mackie 8-bus Eq
SPL Vitalizer mk2

Guitar uses C-tuning with low C string dropped to A#.

Event Electronics Gina used for sampling and Sound Forge for minor editing.

Guitar tracks recorded in Cakewalk Pro Audio.

All the rest done with Fast Tracker 2.

Last Queued : 3 months ago

This song has been played 44 times. [See Request History]
It was added 14 years, 4 months ago.

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Song Rating: 3.9 - Votes Placed: 43 View Voting History
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Gone... to look for Good Old Nectarine

Not a bad metal track...

\m/ >_< \m/

oh and there it says "Nitro & Teque" as authors


Unreal Tournament for ever !

I like scene music. How 'bout you?

This version actually differs from the one released with Unreal Tournament, in that is has some extra instrumentation – a wailing synth – going on during some of the "wubby" parts. It's an interesting addition and I think it works, but I can understand why it was removed from the "commercial" version of the song. (High-pitched wails could be kind of distracting when you're trying to "shock combo" someone from across the map!)