Listening to each in succession.
Sting of: Quite danceable. I'd so put this on my iPod if I could find the space.
I find it clever that you used the sample names as the song name.
Revenge: The starting string I'm not too keen on; mostly from experience I've learned that one string note on its own sounds weird, which is why I tend to use them as a chord. However, once the beat itself kicks in, like Sting of, it's very danceable. Tapping my foot to it as we speak.
Reloaded: Hmm, the brief "wobble" in tempo's an interesting one, even though DnB's not the music I listen to most, I'd imagine it's not what you hear in a DnB that often. And there's that Tellus Chord Progression again!
(5:40) Although at first it didn't sound that much of a remix (ie. I couldn't hear Revenge), as soon as I heard the familiar bass-line -- and of course the chord progression -- I knew what I was listening to.
Revolutions: Will review later.
Also, I'm liking this contuining theme of the chord progression; no matter which one you hear, the chord progression instantly tells you it's a Tellus track.