1. Originally posted by LikeASong:[..]
    It starts with the album's ending coda
    The album's ending coda kind of becomes the chorus
    All of the verses are switched up
    There are brand new instruments, effects and piano&guitar parts
    The chord pattern during the verses and bridges is totally different


    If this remix is nearly identical to the album's original, then I'm nearly identical to one of Saturn's moons.
    Hi, Titan!
  2. Originally posted by LikeASong:[..]
    It starts with the album's ending coda
    The album's ending coda kind of becomes the chorus
    All of the verses are switched up
    There are brand new instruments, effects and piano&guitar parts
    The chord pattern during the verses and bridges is totally different


    If this remix is nearly identical to the album's original, then I'm nearly identical to one of Saturn's moons.


    It sounds the same to me. To be fair I skimmed through it but it definitely isn't worth raving about. I will save my money.
  3. Loving the new mix, no big changes but loving the bass and drums in this!
  4. I dunno, if its the RSD mix we're talking about, I saw it as exactly the kind of remix that isn't annoying. Just a cool take on one of the songs, no shoehorned dancy bits that make it sound less like something you'd wanna listen to anywhere but a club.
  5. Does anyone has an HQ stream?
  6. Shocking that even the meaning of the word "identical" isn't save anymore...

    C'mon people, "identical" means "exactly the same." Things are identical, or they are not identical. There is no grey area possible.

    Yes, the remix uses the same original recording/mix of Lights Of Home - but it is arranged in a different way: that is why it is called a remix

    To be sure: this remix is sort of fun, but nowhere near as exciting as the original mix or the St Peter string version...

    (Hope to pick my RSD copy soon )