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Revenge of the Cats (v17-revengeofcats.it)



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  • v17-revengeofcats.it is a IT format module. Uncompressed, it is 623.07KB in size and has been downloaded 2238 times since Mon 29th Jul 2002 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 59025
  • Downloads: 2238
  • Favourited: 11 times
  • MD5: f347a8257b97a8d3c09ded3524d652ed
  • Format: IT
  • Uncompressed Size: 623.07KB
  • Genre: Electronic - Techno

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member Posted by BtMe on Mon 5th Sep 2011, rated 7 / 10.

The one thing about this track ios the way it's been composed which in it's self helps lift this lil tune.it may be an oldie but it's still a classic from that time ...

member Posted by goodyntox on Sat 3rd Sep 2011, rated 8 / 10.

This long module is extremely well craft, you can image the hard work behind it all.

member Posted by Ruby T on Tue 9th Dec 2008, rated 9 / 10.

Love this! Not just because of the title, but of the sheer power in this song. I can't help it but seeing the cats flying through the air with these typical ninja poses, jumping from tree to tree, vanishing in a big cloud of smoke, and finally getting there revenge on...the dog... Definately one for my favourites list! Thanks for making this!


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Info Internal Texts *


         Howdy there. I hope you're enjoying this assembly. I put quite
        a lot of effort into it, actually.



         Check out my homepage at http://isis.yok.utu.fi/~skaven

                     email: skaven_isis.yok.utu.fi
                            skaven_remedy.fi
                            pepaha_utu.fi 

        


         This piece has admittedly plenty of influence from a very old,
        somewhat unknown song made by Fleshbrain, called 'Timebandit'.
        Unknown, I assume, because it was not included among his songs
        in the Mods Anothology CD. His 'Timebandit' was one of the 
        truly creative classics; it is very old however, born near the
        very beginnings of the Amiga tracker music genre, so the sound 
        and the instrumentation weren't among the best (the very
        concepts were being built around that time); however, the
        mockingly cool melody and well made, working structure make it
        a true delight. My regards to the old master.
         Other influence that may show in this production are from
        Purple Motion, Captain, and of course the amazing Mechanism 
        Eight by the even more amazing Necros. :)
         Plus, of course, you may notice it has a rhythm structure very
        similar to my earlier releases Rama Gardens, Omniphilia
        and Data Jack. It's starting to look like a real series now,
        isn't it? Eh. Either I'm still 'refining the concept', or am 
        just plain out of ideas. Hopefully someday I will learn how to
        give a song a real STRUCTURE.

         During the making of the song, my friend came to hear it and
        said it sounds quite a bit like KMFDM's new stuff - and played
        me the CD. Bleh. I thought this kinda music was something 
        new. :) Later after that, another friend of mine told me it
        reminds him of Power Rangers. Aaaaaarghh!!! NOOOO!!!


                                    *ahem*


         This is not a 'real song', as it doesn't consist of parts of
        equal length, repeated in a correct sequence, nor a 'base 
        theme'. Rather, it is a mere random sequence of rhythmic
        components. This has always been my problem; I tend to come up
        with a shitload of loose ideas, but cannot arrange them properly.
        Check out the loose 'bonus part' for example. I simply couldn't
        fit it in!
         Necros's Mechanism Eight is, in my opinion, a very fine example
        of how much one can build on a working basic theme; the simple
        three-note main theme repeats through the whole song, but the 
        song doesn't suffer from this at all - vice versa. There is 
        enough variance and the rhythmically correct sequencing which
        keep the song entertaining all the way. It is also fine example
        of great mixing skills.

         Sample credits go to Purple Motion and Edge's Korg 03R/W for 
        the ultracool IMissJimi guitar samples and the PowerRock blast,
        Groo for the Bass Grind and MinorArp, HeatBeat for the hardcore-
        ish Constructor techno drums, Travolta for the organ chords, 
        Bruno for the PetraSnare, Necros for the KorgTotalkit.snare,
        Airwalk for the CannedSnare, and my larynx for the screams
        except for #37. :)
         The rest of the samples are sample synthetized, or from 
        unknown sources, thanks go to whoever they are. Special thanks
        go to Liam the Lemming for coming up with a divine inspiration
        for the name of the song. It's now been changed TWO times. :)


                                                Signed,

                                                 -= Skaven

                                                    05/27/1997 A.D



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         Hey come on, nothing to see here.














































































































                Honestly! Go away.


























































































































         Wow, you've found my super secret message! Giga-Ultra-
        Interactive-Cyberspace-Multimedia-Internet-Connected-Surfin'
        -Totally to the Max-cool! Too bad I don't have anything
        clever to say here. Go give your mum and dad a big hug. :)




 No instruments used.     
   I don't need no        
 stinkin' envelopes. :)   
                          
 (well, maybe in my next  
  song... )               
Tough Sid.lead
BassGrind.lead
Xylitol-5ths
Constructor.BD1
Constructor.BD2
Constructor.HH1
Constructor.HH2
KorgTotalkit.snare (2)
Tambourine.3            *
CrashCymbal
CannedSnare        (1)
Jimi-5thChord
Jimi-Chug
Jimi-Chuga
Jimi-Hard2
Jimi-NoteLo
Jimi-NoteHi1
Jimi-NoteHi2
Jimi-Squeal1
Jimi-Squeal2
FretSlide.1
FretSlide.2
TinMan.bass.1 <SF>
TinMan.bass.2 <SF>
TinMan.bass.3 <SF>
MinorGliss
PowerRock.blast
SynTom.tough
Arte.Organ1
Arte.Organ2
Arte.Organ3
Arte.Organ4
PetraSnr           (3)
MetalHit.4
Sear.lead <SF>
Sear.5ths <SF>
Scream.1.Waaayyyyrrg
Scream.2.Nooo
Scream.3.Yaargh
 
 
 
 Composed by:
 Skaven / Future Crew(?)
        May 1997
 
 What a mess.
  Press SHIFT-F9 for
 more blah blah.
 
 Contact me for business
 or pleasure:
 skaven_isis.yok.utu.fi


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