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~WILD WILD WEST COAST PT. II~ (({{NEW BEAT}}))
« on: August 03, 2002, 01:42:16 AM »
THE SEQUAL TO THE "OH SO CONTROVERSIAL" WILD WILD WEST COAST BEAT I DID THAT "SOUNDS EXACTLY" LIKE THER ROCKY THEME ACCORDING TO SCCIT. PEEP PART II OF THAT BEAT...

WILD WILD WEST COAST PT. II

http://artists.hubba.com/phiasko/albums/3099/wildwildwestcoastptiiinstrumental/download.mp3

http://artists.hubba.com/phiasko/albums/3099/wildwildwestcoastptiiinstrumental/play.m3u


WILD WILD WEST COST PT. I

http://artists.hubba.com/phiasko/albums/3099/wildwildwestcoastptiinstrumental/download.mp3

http://artists.hubba.com/phiasko/albums/3099/wildwildwestcoastptiinstrumental/play.m3u


SO SCCIT TELL ME...WHAT SONG THAT IVE NEVER HEARD DID I JACK NOW?
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Re: ~WILD WILD WEST COAST PT. II~ (({{NEW BEAT}}))
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2002, 10:55:38 PM »
both are tight i feel part one more though
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Re: ~WILD WILD WEST COAST PT. II~ (({{NEW BEAT}}))
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2002, 02:53:15 PM »
Damn, this is pretty dope...I think theyre both dope equally...But this new one is probably better since it doesnt use a Rocky Balboa sample...PeAcE


I like that "whiney synth" you used...and the guitars are cool too..I think it's a little slow though if u ask me, but overall its cool...
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Re: ~WILD WILD WEST COAST PT. II~ (({{NEW BEAT}}))
« Reply #3 on: August 04, 2002, 05:32:29 PM »
I was feeling both of these tracks very much, they got that laid back West Coast sound to them.  Much props.
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