Tracks by Kid A (a.k.a. Steven)

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Tracks by Kid A (a.k.a. Steven)

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While digging up a really deep hole in the GR history I stumbled upon these oldies made by Kid A. I bet some of you remember this guy. I personally have a special place in my memory for his "idiotmorning" track pack :D

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[ral] [roa] Apollo
[ral] Bark River
[rwl] [ovl] Brooklands
[cir] [roa] Dwinelle
[cir] Hollywood
[tpk] idiotmorning
> [ral] [oth] Idioteque
> [ral] [oth] Morning Bell
[ral] [oth] Kid A (2 versions/layouts)
[ral] Nirvana
[rwl] [stc] old Long Beach
[rwl] [cir] old Monza
[oth] Paintbox
[stc] Palo Alto (2 versions/layouts)
[rwl] [cir] Paul Ricard (2 versions: normal & „wet“)
[roa] Ummagumma
[stc] Zenith

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Re: Tracks by Kid A (a.k.a. Steven)

Post by Kid A »

This is Kid A. Thank you so much for posting these - I thought I had lost these files many hard drives ago! I had so much fun doing these tracks and I tried to do a completely different concept for each one. I particularly enjoy the ones where I am trying to twist the circuit through every inch of the map! I am also reminded that I was such a big fan of Radiohead back in the early 2000s, and it is amusing to see that I somehow found a way to incorporate that into my tracks. Also happy to see the tracks from an old friend Dan Belcher who also got me into GeneRally originally. Glad to know the community still exists and supporting this great game!
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