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  • stal-rem.xm is a XM format module. Uncompressed, it is 58.34KB in size and has been downloaded 8824 times since Mon 31st Dec 2001 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 59197
  • Downloads: 8824
  • Favourited: 5 times
  • MD5: 7d2446fa8cf19b16441ae29b606d032e
  • Format: XM
  • Channels: 10
  • Uncompressed Size: 58.34KB
  • Genre: Electronic - Dance

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  • Member Rating: rating (9 / 10)
  • Reviewer Rating: rating (Unrated)

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member Posted by Drozerix on Fri 8th Feb 2013, rated 9 / 10.

An excellent chiptune, i must say that the bridge is the best part of this song. just sick!

member Posted by Libris on Fri 22nd Feb 2002, rated 9 / 10.

Two well known elements of chiptunes are: to be 1.Tiny in filesize, and 2.Very melodic. 'Remember' by Stalker/fyllecell303 certainly meets these criteria, delivering a very listenable chip track full of rolling arpeggios and enjoyable melodies. Under close examination, the track actually reveals to be fairly simple - its based around a four note bassline, and a fairly common one, however its power lies in its pace and melody variation. 'Remember' isn't all that different from other chiptunes as far as originality goes, but that isn't really a problem, as chip artists are trying to emulate the sounds of the old C64 sid chips and in succesfully doing so, have a successful chiptune. What stands this track out from other many other chips is that its very easy on the ears, everything flows smoothly, you could dance to it really. Percussion is minimal, it blends in with the bassline and melody, I like that. Overall, very well put together musically, albeit a tad simple, but nevertheless very enjoyable. Technically the track is also well put together, no faults on the tracking - everything is in order, everything is in tune, nothing out of sync. The track uses a few effects, nothing really flashy, but it doesn't really need to. Die-hard chip fans may argue that this track has more than four channels, 10 in fact. But I dont see this as a problem, as it lends a certain richness that isn't always achieved in chiptunes - perhaps oldskool people will argue that this detracts from its authenticity as a chiptune, but who cares? We want to listen to good music, you need no more incentive - enjoy the track.


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