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Gittin' Down and Funky (With a 2600lb Bag of Crack)



 Genre: Funk

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What? More crack? Yes... another unofficial sequel to Crackman. This is really more of a funk/electronic tune with some Atari 2600 Pacman effects thrown in for fun. By themselves, they would have made a lousy tune. :P
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Uploaded: Feb 15, 2005 - 09:19:23 PM
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2005 - 06:18:04 PM Last Played: Apr 30, 2019 - 01:03:50 PM
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Peter Greenstone said 5243 days ago (February 15th, 2005)
Very cool rhythms and funky sounds in there. I feel like I just spent a couple rolls of quarters at the arcade. Interesting the whole way through.
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said 5243 days ago (February 15th, 2005)
That's One for you...
19 for me...CRACKMAN! Cuz your the CRACKMAN, Oh,
MiMi said 5242 days ago (February 16th, 2005)
Funk. Someone arrest this funky officer for funking
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Kevensor said 5242 days ago (February 16th, 2005)
Atari at it's finest!
Took me back to the days of the 2600. I laughed, I cried, I took my medicine and I'm ok now.
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Stun Nutz said 5242 days ago (February 16th, 2005)
ahhh yes...
Pleasant tune... funky, yes... those sounds take me
back. Great tune. Boy, the graphics for that Atari
pac-man were pretty horrific, weren't they? I mean,
when the pac man went up or down, the graphic was
still sideways. I always hated that.
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Stun Nutz said 5242 days ago (February 16th, 2005)
ahhh yes...
OK, I said pleasant tune AND great tune. That was silly. Just take the
"great tune" comment and ignore the "pleasant tune" part.
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drakonis said 5242 days ago (February 16th, 2005)
Headed for Level 42!
Woohoo, while I listened to this, the world around me
melted into 8-bit chunky grafx mode, sort of like a cheesy
Ms. PacMatrix Movie. I envisioned a surreal car chase, but
the car was spherical, and we kept veering into lines of
those danged blue Botts Dots. But when we did, we were
rewarded with the digitial arpeggios of goodness. Ahhh.
7s for making me smirk! Very enjoyable musical tightness
through the song.
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DeputyDoofy said 5242 days ago (February 16th, 2005)
Hey, thanks everyone. This was just another fun tune to make. By now, most people know that I love throwing classic gaming into the mix when possible.
Yes, Stunner, the graphics were terrible - only to be matched by terrible sound effects (when compared to the arcade). The arcade at least provided a tune for me to make a tune. The Atari version well..... makes good background sounds. :D
Again, many thanks to everyone!

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Syncopatient said 5242 days ago (February 16th, 2005)
Funkytown meets Ms. Pacman. Diggin it. Wow, I'm like
impressed..nice use of loops man..this is great fun. Good
Job....pull those pants up....don't want them seeing that
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UncleSamwich said 5240 days ago (February 18th, 2005)
Better than the game. Better than crack for that matter.
Your song is sweet. It defied my desire to not like it. I
wanted to not like it not because I don't like crack
anymore, but becaue I don't like funk with my crack
The game funking bleep'd. I never liked it. Pacman
almost was the sole reason you were cooler if you
had Coleco-vison. I mean come on for Godsake, he
wasn't even yellow, forget the fact that they (Atari)
hadn't even figured out how to make rounded edge.
I guess thats what made Donkey Kong and Zaxon so
much cooler...they sort of had rounded edges. I
always thought our pacman game sucked more
cause we had the sears generic atari console...but it
turned out to be the same bastardized version of
Pacman I had on all the ataris. I remember my
brother asking as a kid (like age 7) why pacman was
broken(it was always working perfectly).
Funny enough, the only redeeming quality it had was
that little doodleeee doodleee sound you used for
this song. It may go down in history that this song is
the only good memory I'll ever have for that darn
game. I guess I can let those feelings go now.
Thanks again.

On the production side of things...like most of your
tunes this is well laid down and arranged, but
missing a real build up of tension and release
volume wise in the mix. It stays at the same relative
levels in volume throughout the piece. There is nice
interplay and fine things going in and out of there,
but no real audio 'climax' you can feel in your guts. I
gotta feel stuff in my guts when there is that much
crack involved ok? You said there was going to be a
couple thousand pounds of it. Don't go yanking my
crack chain now without bringing the goods.
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K.I.S.KISMET said 5238 days ago (February 20th, 2005)
Funkin' Fun
Outstanding job mixing, and producing!

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amani said 5119 days ago (June 20th, 2005)
found u
I was told I should seek you out. Now I hear why. Diggin'
the funck you puttin down.
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MunichG said 4656 days ago (September 25th, 2006)
I love your funk
Another prime addition to my funk library, great work.
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