That and the aforementioned post on "semantics" and acknowledging the range that "composition" can refer to as a music creation.
I'll probably have some more items posted here later as they come to me.
Leave it to a ReMixer called Funk Fiction to really lay out some solid, almost spacey funk work. I have to admit, Mario's "ungh" voice clip being used like this got a smirk out of me, and the rest of mix was very well produced, using the SFX tastefully. Having such a funky mix of the special zone theme with the overworld theme sprinkled around it is pretty fun because if you left the controller alone while on the special map screen for a while, the overworld theme would play as an easter egg in SMW. Probably wasn't intentional, but still fun to remember while listening to this one. Nice work.
The slap-bass section really works for Bowser's map to me, I almost think it matches to what it was attempting to be originally. The fact that you can pull this out of a source that was so short is a testament to your skills, and I'm digging this beat. Using the theme for Bowser showing up as a build back to the main part of the song after the break was cool. Not bad at all.
After giving this one a listen, I think I'm honestly more of a fan of this kind of dubstep, where it has charm and a lighter melody that breaks up the actual dub sections, so that when it get aggressive, it has more purpose (even though this one was pretty tame), rather than normal buzzsaw-esque dubstep. It's a nice mix with a good beat, and overall a good addition to a pretty sweet album.
Oooooh, yes this is so jazzy and funky, I love it! A good ol' electro-swing beat with some powerful underlying blasts full of energy, god it's really hard not to dance to this ReMix. You almost HAVE to at the very least tap your toes or nod your head to this. If you don't feel like The Mask in the club listening to this, then somebody must have stopped ya! Great mix, fellas.