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    File Name: Steely Dan - Bodhisattva
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    Authors: kaigem
    Insert Size: 0x0a91 bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: Many
    Source: Remix
    Duration: 2:17
    Featured: No
    Description: A port of Steely Dan's Bodhisattva from their 1973 album Countdown to Ecstasy. An uptempo jazzy rock song with a solid underlying blues riff and a shredding guitar solo. Great for athletic stages. Originally ported for The Rock 'n' Roll Mario Show. Credit is appreciated but not strictly necessary. Enjoy and rock on!
    Tags: athletic, town, urban
    Rating: No rating
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    Download: Download - 78.51 KiB
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    Maxodex
    I've noticed you use that snare sample a lot, and I think you should pick a different one as that is more of a marching snare than a drumkit snare. The one you used in Creedence Clearwater is much better imo.
    Good job otherwise!
    Posted by:  Maxodex - | Link
    ExxorD
    ... Drop the gun, moron. You're being videotaped.
    Posted by: ExxorD - | Link
    kaigem
    Originally posted by qantuum
    that's cool to find complete non-vgm tracks.
    I always get to struggle to find a suitable midi file.
    I understand you arrange them yourself? Then good job!


    Thanks, this is indeed something I ported myself. I've got a whole bunch of tracks coming out, if you're looking for more rock tunes.
    Posted by: kaigem - | Link
    qantuum
    that's cool to find complete non-vgm tracks.
    I always get to struggle to find a suitable midi file.
    I understand you arrange them yourself? Then good job!
    Posted by: qantuum - | Link