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Re: Isaac - Welcome to Dirty Workz! [Dirty Workz]

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Boring release, only the intro of Da tweekaz remix is cool :)

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Raver wrote:
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Raver wrote:
What else is the goal of a remix?
the goal of a remix is to create something different from the original not to beat the original if u want something that beats the original it would be a refix or re edit
A "Remix" is a Alternative Version to the Original.
But why should I listen to a "refreshed" or "alternative" version of the original, when the original is still much better?
Is anyone forcing you to listen to the remix?
@ Everyone complaining about the remixes not sounding good and saying they're useless: Refer to my comment above. Secondly, it is a thing called taste. Just because you don't like it, don't act like your opinion is a fact. We're all adults here :roll:
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Post by Brandox »

The Best thing in the Coone Remix is the Reverse Bass Intro, fckin love that :fist: :fist:
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Brandox wrote:The Best thing in the Coone Remix is the Reverse Bass Intro, fckin love that :fist: :fist:
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best part of the whole release as far as i'm concerned
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Post by MKN »

Sick release :)

Da Tweekaz rmx sticks out most to me, although I love coone's mid-intro :D

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I don't think I will bother with these ;)
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DjPractice wrote:I don't think I will bother with these ;)
c'mon dude why do you have to comment every release you don't like :rofl:
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i just do - Comment on what I like, comment on what I don't like - deal with it :)
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DjPractice wrote:i just do - Comment on what I like, comment on what I don't like - deal with it :)
I like it (L)
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Post by La_u »

Go insane build is indeed great. The rest isnt.

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Post by Orbi »

John Cove wrote:
DjPractice wrote:I don't think I will bother with these ;)
c'mon dude why do you have to comment every release you don't like :rofl:
Why do you have to comment on every release you like :+

I'm actually liking the Coone remix and part of DT's. Which is a bit surprising.

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Tweeka_1 wrote:True, but if you like the remix more than the original, which version will you play then?
Of course the remix, but this means the remix has to beat the original, doesn't it? And the discussion was about the goal of a remix, if it has to beat the original or not. This goes for every remix, not just for the remixes in this release.
FunkatronicDingus wrote:Secondly, it is a thing called taste. Just because you don't like it, don't act like your opinion is a fact.
Nobody did that, if you had followed the discussion from the beginning, you would have known that.
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Post by diesal11 »

Heres a thought? What is they remixed the track in respect to him? and because they had to remix an Issac track for his welcome E.P?
Not every track has to be serious, Sometimes remixes mean something, other times their probably just the producer(s) having fun with one of their favorite tracks.
Remixes don't HAVE to beat the original, they don't HAVE to be anything, their no different than any other track. It's just that their based on an already existing track.

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I'm LOVING Da Tweekaz remix (L) Their sound design seems to be changing a little as well. Which is both welcomed and loved by me!
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Post by Digital Audio Tape »

diesal11 wrote: Remixes don't HAVE to beat the original, they don't HAVE to be anything, their no different than any other track. It's just that their based on an already existing track.
QFT! :one:
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Post by nerz »

don't like these tracks... (the pp remix is just awful :sick: )

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