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ageema blues by Triad [web] & Ageema Blues [web]
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release date : may 2003
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lovely sid music by mortimer "master of all trackers" twang. style-wise going from more-or-less traditional to electronics, garage and even dancehall/reggae. a must-hear!
rulezcdc added on the 2003-05-13 18:21:54 by dipswitch dipswitch
rulez added on the 2003-05-13 18:50:42 by blz blz
nice one, didn't like all of the tunes, but it's nice to see/hear mortimer on the c64
rulez added on the 2003-05-13 19:11:38 by dalezr dalezr
sorry, this is so-so at best... you can definitely hear that mortimer doesn't really know the SID. Sound-wise the tunes are much like my first sidtune attempts when I was 14, and it would be a definite "sucks" if it wasn't for m's style consciousness and the amusingly oldschoolish triad cracktro.
added on the 2003-05-13 19:31:09 by kb_ kb_
ok prod
added on the 2003-05-13 19:56:10 by shadez shadez
nevertheless i consider this compilation of tunes as a kinda enlightment. kb, you might have a point saying that mt doesnt really know the SID (he's from the amiga and started to experiment around with c64 only recently afaik), but perhaps that's what makes his music so special. c64 music needs a new approach instead of copying decade-old techniques. i'm not active on c64 myself, but i keep myself updated on new musicdisks/compos reaularely, i'm really bored of the same cliché synth sidtune stuff that sounds like 10 years ago. if c64 demos advance visually, why shouldnt music advance, adopting new styles? 80s sids just copied the style of its time's synthpop, so it's only logical that the new generation of innovative sid composers (of which i would like to specially point out goto80/ht) get influenced by new music styles like drum'n'bass. perhaps mt is still not perfect when it comes to techniques, but i like this nu-skool approach on sids very much. i never heard approaches to garage/2step (hello molly) or a remake of a classical reggae riddim (stalag sketch) on sid... another thing that makes the tunes so speciall is the usade of the bass synth, which is so different to "normal" sidtunes and rather reminds on uk dance music (garage, dnb) basslines. this is really fresh and stands out inmidst all this retro stuff (which i surely appreciate too, but new moves have to be made).
added on the 2003-05-13 20:59:23 by dipswitch dipswitch
you know, this one is very good, but the latest YMrockerz disc popstars is ofcoz better =)
rulez added on the 2003-05-13 21:06:56 by Dubmood Dubmood
I think it is pretty lame. I have heard some really phat stuff from mortimer, but this just isnt it.
sucks added on the 2003-05-14 01:27:04 by NoahR NoahR

this is one of the few cases when i am absolutely sure i will love demothing even before checking it out.. mortimer and triad = woah! i've heard his c64 experiments before and i believe this to become my favorite when i'll be able to run on my c64..

ps. kb did u use emulator sir yes or no check correct answer blah the beeb the sound!

ps being stoned at 6 in the morning, ffeels very fffreesh indeed =)

rulez added on the 2003-05-14 05:59:02 by raver raver
raver, kb was most likely refering to the sounds of some of the sids =) i/e the filtering etc which is quite mangled at some parts
added on the 2003-05-14 09:38:35 by dalezr dalezr
rulez added on the 2003-06-04 10:37:55 by elkmoose elkmoose
sounds brighter with 8580, though i doubt the tunes are made with it.
added on the 2003-06-04 15:20:46 by abd abd
wow! 2003 design inside a c64 oldmachine. weird!
rulez added on the 2003-08-23 19:25:59 by ripper ripper
mortimer tee, triad and ageema!!!
bomb da bass!!
rulez added on the 2005-07-14 08:18:35 by kimi kardashian kimi kardashian
i never really listened to it when it was released, probably i was put off by the sounds (not that i really care much about such things), but after dipswitch comments i decided to give it another go. its good, really good and should be encouraged since mortimer twang along with goto80(just notice that i cant come up with any other name than the already mentioned goto80) are sid musicians who take influence from other genres and musicians than the usual ones. i am so fed up with the sid compo posse and their worn out style and their mutual back scratching. this is just what i ( and hopefully others) need
rulez added on the 2005-07-14 10:02:50 by hollowman hollowman
imho heinmuck fits pretty much into the same "innovative c64 musicians" category.
added on the 2005-07-14 17:28:42 by dipswitch dipswitch
I really like this stuff!
rulez added on the 2005-07-14 17:58:15 by ALiEN^bf ALiEN^bf
mortimer rockin' it sid stylee
rulez added on the 2005-07-14 18:02:41 by fxmj4598fj4598fj fxmj4598fj4598fj
Nice tunes.
rulez added on the 2005-07-25 11:26:46 by dairos dairos
rulez added on the 2006-09-18 00:02:12 by danb danb
some good, some not-so-good. kudos for originality however.
added on the 2008-01-28 01:05:30 by Alpha C Alpha C
nnice layout ... the music doesn't sound like hits though. i've enjoyed it anyway.
added on the 2008-04-08 13:23:47 by comankh comankh
Great ZIK disk :)
rulez added on the 2008-10-22 11:15:40 by Queen_Luna Queen_Luna
rulez added on the 2009-11-08 02:24:05 by gentleman gentleman
Mortimer T+SID
rulez added on the 2012-01-13 03:01:29 by nitro2k01 nitro2k01
One of the most interesting musicdisks I recall coming across.
rulez added on the 2015-03-15 07:52:34 by noby noby

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