Jeroen Tel - legendary C64 composer aims for Indiegogo funding for Tel Me More


When it comes to games and or movies, what really sets them off is a good soundtrack, it can give you many different emotions depending on the type of music that is being played. For example listening to a powerful orchestra would probably be suited to either a battle or a love scene. So it will come as no surprise to you that this exact same feeling goes with games as well. But a bad game can still be noted just by it's incredible soundtrack. Thus with this latest indiegogo announcement, the C64 composer legend that is Jeroen Tel has launched his crowd funding campaign for 'Tel Me More' which is a remake of Jeroen Tel's most memorable Commodore 64 video game soundtracks.


For those of you that don't know who Jeroen Tel is. He is a legendary Dutch composer best known for many computer game soundtracks, wrote in the 1980's and early 1990's for the C64. Games such as Combat Crazy, Cybernoid, Dan Dare 3, Eliminator, Myth, Robocop 3 and many many more (It's a massive list!)


So it will come as no surprise to you that many of us here have certainly started drooling at the thought of an Indiegogo campaign for Jeroen Tel's 'Tel Me More' C64 remix album which needs to hit a rather large $38,911 goal. The composer has also noted it will be a more modern remake of hit classics such as Robocop 3, Cybernoid II, Rubicon, Hawkeye, Myth, Turbo Outrun, Supremacy, Stormlord, Battle Valley, Cybernoid, Eliminator and my personal favourite Iron Lord.

There are also plans to add bonus tracks, and the cd album book will include colorful details about the Commodore 64 games themselves (screenshots, original artwork & credits).As such I personally am really pumped for Jeroen Tel's album of Tel Me More and can't wait to relive my youth all through a fantastic remixed album!

For further details and funding see HERE

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