XxDUSTYxX - Fist2 - The Legend Continues (feat. Vaggelis)

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Fist2 - The Legend Continues (feat. Vaggelis)
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Fist II: The Legend Continues is a kung fu-themed side-scroller by Melbourne House, released in 1986 for the Commodore 64 and the ZX Spectrum. It is a sequel to 1985's The Way of the Exploding Fist, which featured similar proto-fighting game combat, but Fist II dispenses with the original one-vs-one fights. The player character is dropped in the middle of a large, somewhat dark world without explanation, armed only with his fists and feet.
Fist II is an action martial arts adventure game, the music in this game creates an amazing atmosphere!"


This time the lead guitars were recorded by my greek brother Vaggelis Papadopoulos! (from minute 2:36)

Thanks again for taking your time! It was an easy and very pleasant collaboration.
May I say it's an honor to work with you, buddy!

Ευχαριστώ που είσαι φίλος μου!


Fist II - The Legend Continues (DUAL SID)

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Slay Radio - ROTY Awards 2022

Fist2 - The Legend Continues (feat. Vaggelis)
ROTY 2022

1 Best c64 Remix

It was a pleasure working with you buddy! You are truly one of the greatest guys and musicians I ever worked with! Grazie per essere mio amico!
What ever should go wrong if two of the most talented guitar guys pair up to deliver ART? Well done!
Great song!!! Creates a cool dark atmosphere!
A mellow SiD gets the hard rock treatment and works really well, its a banger
Well, this just melted the skin off my face! Holy cow, so much power!Ελληνική δύναμη!
Perfect! Just Perfect!:)
YEAH! One of the "lost tracks" - great sound, mix of punk and epic metal. Love it!!
Review by Waz


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You want a hard rock and metal section for Fist II? Well, look no further. It's as if Neil Brennan himself reformed his band and played it this way. Thoroughly enjoyable and keeping the spirit of the SID intact too.