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Acclaim's Raving X-Mas

(music from the games by Acclaim)

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Released: 01 Dec 1997
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Chris Huelsbeck, Simon Robertson, Steve Root, Daniel Etzel, Marc Kamradt, Stethan Bohemian, Swathmore, Alex Levy, Max Lecharny, Kai Tracid, Ampex
Info Source: synSONIQ Records
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Num of tunes: 13
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: ACCD2
Play time: 55:29

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This CD features soundtrack remixes from many Acclaim games. The Remixes were produced by famous musicians and DJs of the game music scene and the Techno scene (e.g. Chris Hülsbeck, Kai Tracid etc.).

From: http://www.synsoniq.com/productdetails.php?partner=13&pid=44&langchange=2


01 Intro - 2:41
02 Fantastic Four (Remix) - 4:41
03 Turok (Rokozor Remix) - 4:36
04 Extreme-G (No Limit Remix) - 4:16
05 Turok (Technosaur Radio) - 4:32
06 Extreme G (Sequence G) - 2:48
07 Constructor (Remix) - 5:18
08 Extreme-G (Highway 1999) - 3:43
09 Alien Triology (Kai Tracid) - 5:43
10 Turok (Tyranosaur Edit) - 4:36
11 Turok (Deep Jungle Mix) - 4:32
12 Fantastic Four (Fantasic) - 2:29
13 Alien Triology (Mindbomb) - 5:33

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Record created/updated: 23. September 2004.
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