In the Ed Rush of creating the album we were reminded of the many reasons why Renegade Hardware was established. The decision to put an end to RH has definitely been deeply rooted in the fact that Clayton just feels he is Dylan - Renegade Hardware Live 7th February 2003 (Cassette) with it all.
The layout of the project was definitely something we had to figure out well in advance to ensure it made sense to the public as there are so many tracks that all represent different corners of the RH sound. We split the project up into four parts:. Horesementality — Here we dive into the deeper side of the Renegade Hardware sound and those Ed Rush, organic breakbeats and warm tones.
Many of our lifelong fans have been very excited that such a big collection of the Ed Rush sound will be represented. Magnum Opus — And finally we delve deep into the RH vaults. As you mentioned, this was no easy task! How do you narrow down 22 years of anthems and memorable tunes? We tried our best and went back and forth until we put together the final So with tracks and 2 continues DJ mixes, we wanted to go out big.
The DJ mixes for us were just another way for our fans to enjoy the album. Each mix represents the album bundles, so all the tracks from each bundle are featured in the relevant mixes — with a few cheeky exclusives thrown in for good measure!
Good question! As for the rest of us who help manage the label, we too are venturing off in separate directions. Some of the team will continue their business behind the scenes and work for other labels, while others will continue to produce music and perform at events.
As one door closes many others open. While our work at Renegade Hardware may be done, our contribution to the worldwide drum and bass movement will still continue! And you know what that means! Check out the tribute video made by Havoc89 and the Renegade X team! Today we celebrate the anniversary of Command and Conquer Renegade, the game that started it all for us. Come check out the tribute video made by the Renegade X team! Thank you Westwood guys for creating it.
I always loved Renegade, despite it's flaws, it was one of the first shooter games I ever got my hands on, and is still really unique as far as the games I've played. I never tried the multiplayer, aside from some casual LAN games with my brothers, but I still put many, many hours into it, and finishing the campaign for the first time was one of my proudest moments. Happy birthday Renegade, and thanks to the team here and the RenX people for keeping this thing alive, Ed Rush.
I have to say Renegade X will never be the future of Renegade. Renegade X should get a fully fleshed out singleplayer re-imagining of the original renegade. I'd support that. Take a chance to get a cool Rifleman camoflauge but you end up getting a SBH skin that you'll see for all of 2 seconds when you fire your laser rifle. No way in hell EA is going to allow someone else to make money off an IP they created :.
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