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Reviews for "Right To Copy (Broken)"

Right To Copy (Broken)
by fourstones
Recommends (8)
Wed, Mar 2, 2005 @ 1:32 AM
permalink   Wed, Mar 2, 2005 @ 4:43 PM
Walks it, talks it.
Nicely done.
permalink   fourstones Mon, Mar 7, 2005 @ 7:50 AM
well thanks to everybody for uploading all these great samples. That plus sometimes you just get lucky.

I sent a link to all the "criminal" tracks to the guys making the move in a passive aggressive attempt to see if he’ll put some of them into the movie. So far the "passive" part isn’t working out but he did like the tracks ;)
permalink   Tue, Mar 1, 2005 @ 8:44 PM
permalink   Tue, Mar 1, 2005 @ 9:56 PM
I wonder what the Guinness Book record is for most songs sampled in one track? I going to look that up. Great job on this. Love how you can transfer that professional sound to any kind of music. It really is amazing.

permalink   Wed, Mar 2, 2005 @ 4:12 AM
I’m really impressed by your sense of cutup. great.
Cezary Ostrowski
permalink   Wed, Mar 2, 2005 @ 4:15 AM
oh, how cute :)
(good work)
Pat Chilla The Beat Gorilla
permalink   Wed, Mar 2, 2005 @ 4:23 AM
Slicin’ and dicin’ is the name of the game on this one. There is no way you can appreciate this track fully with just one listen. Definitely put together well …*and*…..there is a "messageinthemusik".
permalink   Wed, Mar 2, 2005 @ 12:15 PM
the anthem? right on..

I can see it now, coming to theatres this summer:
<cue the anthem>
The Copyright Criminals
<the ccmixter crew walks reservoir dogs style>

I like the fact that I feel no resolve in this track. no resolve, never settle!
Southbound Cinema
permalink   Wed, Jul 20, 2005 @ 10:40 PM
Dude, I quit. This is just too friggin’ smooth. Yet another level to reach for. Excellent work.

Quote: Definitely put together well …*and*…..there is a "messageinthemusik".

"Well prepared, but keep it minimal." Best advice you can give to someone just starting out.