Posted 2005-07-12, evaluated by djpretzel
This is Dj Redlight's third Final Doom mix. It's also his third OC ReMix. Mathematically inclined listeners can thus conclude that the artist has an appreciation for the soundtrack, and he's doing it copious frags of sonic justice with his track record thus far, which this submission continues the solidity of. At almost four minutes, it's thankfully not as "quick" a fix as the title might suggest, and things get workin' right at the get-go, with a cymbal roll fade in, bass groove and minimal drums, and then drop at 0'13" into an upbeat breakish groove, with a slick integration of guitar and analogue synth. You've got anchoring bass, rhythm guitar as well as guitar stabs/hits, a delayed glide sine lead, filtered synth backup patterns, ample application of breaks and fills on the layered beats, with high production values and solid mixing as the very cohesive glue that ties it all together. If you haven't heard Redlight's other FD pieces, you'll need to check them out, because you might *think* the ReMixer, covering the same game so consistently, would have a very set style, but this mix is faster and edgier than The Calling, and Memoriam was a totally different genre, rather orchestral, so while the name of the game remains the same, the weapons of choice do vary. Ashley also takes the time to break things up around the midpoint mark, tearing things down and building them back, so you can fully appreciate the consitituent elements. This is just some fun stuff, reminiscent of zircon or tefnek at times, with an approach to electronica that directly or indirectly borrows some of the accessible, enjoyable aspects of Big Beat. I recommend checking out some of his recent stuff on his newly designed site at www.djredlight.com. Perhaps some day he can be persuaded to direct his talents outside of the Doom franchise, but until then Final Doom has a competent aural advocate to lobby on its behalf, now with three excellent and approachable pieces.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Final Doom (GT Interactive, 1996, DOS)
Music by Jonathan El-Bizri, Josh Martel, L.A. Sieben, Tom Mustaine
- Electronic, Synth
- 4,827,136 bytes
- Size: 4,827,136 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: a164361ed5271dbfda7345f34ab21441
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