Album: Donkey Kong Country 2: Serious Monkey Business
- Game Composers
- Bahamut, Brandon Strader, David Wise, Diggi Dis, Diodes, Fishy, Flickerfall, Geoffrey Taucer, Grant Kirkhope, Hale-Bopp, Hemophiliac, Jake Kaufman, Joren de Bruin, Joshua Morse, José the Bronx Rican, M.J. Ault, Mattias Häggström Gerdt, Mazedude, Nekofrog, Nicole Adams, Nutritious, OA, Palpable, Patrick Burns, Prince of Darkness, Robin Beanland, Ross Kmet, Sixto Sounds, Skrypnyk, Sole Signal, Tepid, The UArts "Z" Big Band, Xenon Odyssey, bustatunez, djpretzel, injury, zyko, zylance
Check out 2:23 of Roller Disco (which sounds like it originates from Donkey Kong Land's boss music but I might be wrong):
Serious Monkey Business: 2-01 Roller Disco (Disco Train)
Then check out 2:07 of this cack:
Calvin Harris feat. Example - We'll Be Coming Back
It's not the just the melody, but also the use of synths. Probably just coincidence but I found it interesting nonetheless. :P
- Thrik on March 28, 2013
Just to give the thumbs up to this whole album which features some amazing tracks (rare respite, crystal swamp...), and especially one particularly big thumbs up to Backwards Room by zykO, who worked on a 22 second long music featured only once in the game (I think.... I'm pretty sure) and created... one of the insan-iest rock track I know !
To me, this is the definition of what OCR stands for: working out of little, and producing masterpieces. And this is why I asked if somebody would do a remix of the 4-second-long Tune of Currents of Zelda, Oracle of Ages (*wink* *nudge* anybody want to get back to that? *nudge* *wink* :-D)
Anyway, I love you guys <3
- loony on April 23, 2012
I don't think it matters too much what the main OCR site says; even if it's slightly incorrect, oh well, who cares? :D
- Cody Wedel on June 8, 2011
Palpable;759823 wrote: It may have been explained further back in the thread (maybe in another thread), but since DKC2 uses tracks from DKC1 or based on tracks from DKC1, they are credited.
But if that's the case, why aren't they credited only on the album page and not on OCR's DKC2 page?
- Plombo on March 10, 2011
Plombo;759787 wrote: The album page for this album has the list of original composers wrong. It lists the composers for DKC (Wise, Fischer/Novakovic, and Beanland), not DKC2. Dave Wise was the only composer for DKC2, no?
It may have been explained further back in the thread (maybe in another thread), but since DKC2 uses tracks from DKC1 or based on tracks from DKC1, they are credited.
- Palpable on March 8, 2011
- Plombo on March 8, 2011
- Emunator on January 6, 2011
Ship Deck 2
These are the titles from the SPC rips. I know Rigging is on the level where you are climbing up the ship's rafts during the rain.
Why were these not remixed (or maybe they are and I just don't recognize them)? These, IMHO, are some of the best songs in the original DKC2 soundtrack.
Good job on everything else!
- void.pointer on January 3, 2011
- Bahamut on December 8, 2010
it was at that very moment that i realized it was the greatest ringtone evur
(my review? the entire album kicks ass, but it definitely had to grow on me, initially i only liked a few tracks. the only song i dont like is the remix of the map screen, mostly because i expected it to be godly because the source is that in itself)
- RDX on November 23, 2010
a_d;726744 wrote: actually DKC3 album was started when this one was released. it's in the works (find it in the projects thread). Interestingly, they're remixing both the original SNES soundtrack by Eveline Fischer and the GBA version by David Wise
P.S. Dixie, not Trixie
More accurately, DKC 3 was started a few months before this one was released.
- Bahamut on November 2, 2010
P.S. Dixie, not Trixie
- a_d on November 1, 2010
- AuthenticM on November 1, 2010
- a_d on October 9, 2010
a_d;697065 wrote: Listening to this again, I realized how much of a downer album it is. The only songs that aren't depressing are Rare Respite, Monkey Merengue (my two personal favs) and that Geoffrey Taucer vocal collab
My song on this album (Simian Soirée) is probably the happiest and most upbeat piece of shit I've ever written, unless you mean it's depressing in terms of quality rather than mood, in which case, eh, I'm inclined to agree (looking back I would change so much about it).
- Tensei on October 9, 2010