Sarek - Ädelsten (Tron vs Sarek Relaxed Beekveld Remix)

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Tron here! I'm seriously thinking about changing my nick for the first time since 1982. Sure, the new Tron Legacy movie is okay-ish, but not okay enuf that I'd want to associate myself with it to such a degree that I'd adopt a nick from it. Anyways... About the remix: I got my hands on some of the Sarek studio tracks. And the whole idea behind my remix was: Pick a genre that is as far away as possible from their regular repertoire. Ska/Reggae would do the trick, slashme reckoned. So off I went, and this is the result. I didn't use any of the instruments of the original tracks exept for bass parts. The rest, even the sloppy guitar strums is from my hands. A0d of the Subversive elements helped a bit with compression and harmonic excitation. As my Swedish is a bit rusty (read: nonexistent) I had no clue what the ladies were singing about. So as I tried to make it into a happy little tune I hoped that they weren't singing about death, destruction, the end of humankind or general apocalyptic gloom. I mean, I knew they were singing about gems and gold, but then again that's what the movie "Blood Diamond" is about too. It was a fun project to do and quite different from my usual C64 remix making. Is it time for the greetings already? Here we go... Greetings to: Jackles, A0d, BST, Ziphoid, Makke, Slaygon, Boz, Morpheus, Tjeutjeu, Gulrak, Doris, TheLex, TheSie, Ranzbak, TheJinx, Ffrenzy, Blok, Leoni, Larsec, Reyn, Moog, Dafunk, Dimmignat, Jammer, Romeo Knight and Neelie Smit Kroes Anti-Greetings go to: BUMA, STEMRA, BREIN, BAF, SENA and to all the political parties in the world that still refer to the Internetz as the Digital Highway. ---END---

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from The Sound of SceneSat Volume 2, released April 24, 2011
Original track by Sarek.

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