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WilD GLazE

can you feel the ReD?!or should i say . . . ::w2.9x::

can you feel the ReD?!or should i say . . . ::w2.9x::

this is my latest offering right after botamp & Hi fidelity..presenting Wild Glaze.. added lots of gloss and shadows most importantly!! courtesy Adobe Photoshop 7 and imageready 3.Hope u dig it!!get ready now for 2.9x!! 2 more new skins on creation line...

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May 6, 2003 by neville dsouza55009 downloads

WilD GLazE - can you feel the ReD?!or should i say . . . ::w2.9x::

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sweet skin! - your skins are crazy man! this once again should have a 5 star but u have the same problem. THE TEXT IS ALMOST TOO DARK ON THE PLAYLIST ED. - June 5, 2005 by Peter Oswald

Fantastic - As with all of Neville's skins, this one is great and a must-download. Search out his other skins like Syndrome Red and Desert Storm too! - November 25, 2003 by Desa Smith

Awsome! - Very!nice! I love the red and black..perfect keep'em comin nev - July 11, 2003 by Chris Granger

WILD! - Now this skin has class.A sure download. - July 3, 2003 by angel dr

Damn cool! - The first look - a normal skin...grey/red The second look when using it - damn cool, especially the liquid red and the layers beneath with the yellow pattern - great work! - June 9, 2003 by Bill Donaldson

well.. it's getting there. - the skin looks absolutetly incredible, mate.. but you can't read the tracks in the playlist if you're in a lit room. maybe adjust that so they match the color of unselected tracks in the library, and you'll be much better off, in my opinion. other than that, cheers. nice job. - June 2, 2003 by Baghira ThePanther

Jaw Drops - Wow.. 3d, smooth, stylish, all mixed into one awesome 5 star skin!!! make it compatible with 2.9 - April 20, 2003 by Gregory Smith

Gorgeous! - Wow! It's been a long while since I've seen a skin that impressed me this much. This should make it into the featured skins. Superb! Great job! - April 17, 2003 by Basementman CochRan