Posted 2002-09-10, evaluated by djpretzel
I have to admit, it did take me awhile to appreciate where CotMM was going with this amusing ReMix of the SNES stink-bomb license, Barbie Supermodel. I didn't really appreciate it musically until about 0'36" where the rather cool underlying drum work becomes more clearly audible. Of course, there's instant appreciation simply on the neat-o factor of covering an awful game with - to be extremely kind with my adjectives - a dismissable soundtrack. The main melody is covered by a piercing synth texture that is certainly not what I would call "pleasing", nor clearly is it meant to be. I think many will concentrate on this specific point and probably not get too into it. If you can focus on the rhythms and textures in the impressive industrial drum region, however, and consider the fact that CotMM had some pretty gnasty source material from which to work, I think there's a certain twisted appeal. Stick it out to the end for a cacophonous conclusion and a pseudo-serious evil + brief vocal. Musically, this won't go down in history as a benchmark, but it ain't bad either, has rather good percussion, and illustrates a diamterically opposed style being grafted onto the plastic sheen of childhood's favorite big-busted, heel-footed icon. Plllassstiiiccc Godddeesssss . . .
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Barbie Super Model (Hi-Tech Expressions, 1994, SNES)
Music by Danny Toft
- Lyrics > Lyrics: Original
- 3,899,392 bytes
- Size: 3,899,392 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: cd0e9c1ad967d6c682ded4e1abd66bd3
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