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((( the war ))) (the_war.mod)

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  • the_war.mod is a MOD format module. Uncompressed, it is 276.90KB in size and has been downloaded 2587 times since Sun 9th Sep 2001 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 61208
  • Downloads: 2587
  • Favourited: 2 times
  • MD5: fd2a4271600db246f4e1426a93eb23cd
  • Format: MOD
  • Channels: 4
  • Uncompressed Size: 276.90KB
  • Genre: Orchestral

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member Posted by Borger on Sat 19th Mar 2005, rated 7 / 10.

Ok. You have to admire all the craaaaaaazy dudes who tracked in .mod format back in the day. That being said, this isnt among some of the most impressive tracks Ive seen from that era. The arrangements are interesting and yet still lacking. Some of it was rather nice but quite a bit more of it was just annoying and repetitive. The tone and the mood of this track are rather constant. This mood is emphasized by the ever-relentless heavy drums that just cant quit (except for a bit here and there). These arrangements are fitting but once again not very interesting. The instruments are well chosen and fitting of the genre but I would have liked to see more variety. Another lead would have made this a bit more interesting. The end of this mod is basically just an end. The main melody comes back for a while, then it just sort of stops. This is one of those rare occasions that I would get to complain about drum sample quality (or all the samples for that matter). except that this was made in 1992 so I wont rant on the artist for being born too early. Other than that, theres not much to say on the technical side. The arrangement of the notes is quite amazing. The four channels of the *.mod format are used very well, and the notes are put all over the place, mixed in with each other to ensure space for all. No instrument has its own defined channel either because the artist had to in order to fit all the notes in or because he was drunk at the time when he wrote this (as the comments clearly state.)

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Info Internal Texts *

 by raphael gesqua
during the christmas
night of 1992, drunk!
especially 4 the zik
compo of the party 2
cte me 4 business$$ :
   raphael gesqua
73, boulevard soult
75012 paris (france)
 tel : 43-47-24-48

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