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Not what I hoped for at all

I bought this thinking that it would be the soundtrack to the Partysaurus Rex video, but it is not. Rather it is a track "inspired" by the video, but vastly inferior to the actual soundtrack. Extremely disappointing.

Not bad, not the one from the short film though.

While this is a good track and pretty much what you'd expect from BT, this song is definitely not the version that appeared in the Pixar short "Partysaurus Rex". I was hoping after waiting two months that the single release would be more faithful to the original. This version has the sweeping audio, moving beat and luscious textures BT is famous for. There isn't a spectacular break anywhere in the song which makes it feel a bit long winded, and the samples from the film are more distracting than anything else. Sort of like watching a cartoon while trying to listen to a song. The original is a great track, getting a solid 5 in my opinion. As a standalone song I'd only give this version 3.5 to 4 stars, but since there was really no indication this was the "inspired by" version prior to me spending $1.29, it gets 3 stars.


NOT the song from the animation. Just some cheesy club anthem randomly mixed with voice clips from the short. MAJORLY disappointed


Born: 1973 in Rockville, MD

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

His concept of epic house inspired by the classical training he received from an early age, Brian Transeau revitalized the British dance community in the mid-'90s and provided a point of entry for later dream house merchants like Robert Miles, Sash!, and BBE (though Transeau had, for the most part, left the style behind by the time of its pop success during 1997-1998). After his debut album appeared in late 1995 (as BT), Transeau hit the dance charts when his remix of Tori Amos' "Blue Skies" became...
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