Vurez is back with his sophomore offering:
"This is a remix of the mine music from the first Ninja Gaiden on the NES. And since this is a mine remix, I used a good amount of reverb and delay in some parts (well, I pretty much always use quite a bit of reverb and delay but at least it fits better in this case)."
Seems intuitive enough. With a guitar-laden conquistador vibe of sorts, venturing into spaghetti western territory, the ReMixer gives a nice genre spin on the original. This makes not one, not two, but three lovely Basilisks, to my certain knowledge, with the recent anime series (long live the Iga, Myth) and 68k Mac emulator being two others that come to mind. Introing with bass and discretely panned latin percussion, quickly articulated acoustic guitar enters and is then joined by panflute. Some of the articulations are quite intricate and graceful, and serve as numerous highlights. Trumpet enters at 1'42" and is not quite as strong as the other elements - a little anemic, but you gotta applaud the variety, and the tremolo electric guitar that comes in right afterwards at 2'04" more than compensates, taking things into Spaghetti Cowboy territory, if not as overtly as Gux did. Shnabubula bubulates:
"Bass and percussion hold down the air tight groove which allow other things to float on top like the pan flutes and melodic guitar parts. Sections flow seamlessly into one another. A good example is at 1:57 when the pan flute is the star player. At 2:05 the guitar shows up to comment and then assumes control at 2:12 but before we have a chance to miss the momentum created by the pan flute, the drums come in at 2:16 to compensate. That's how transitions are done!"
With weed adding:
"the arrangement is fantastic - the transitions are all very well-thought out. this is like ninja gaiden meets gerudo valley so while its extremely cliche in that respect, it still does it seamlessly and with enough panache to serve several arrangements over. the guitar parts are very well written and are loads of fun to listen to even if they aren't real."
Which is a pretty nice comment to get from one of them REAL guitar playin' folks ;) Hell, at 3'00" even you even get funkdafied wah action, and we all know how wah action can add that lil' sumtin-sumtin, and Don also brings in some high-end, almost discotheque strings for the finale. This is simply a very flamboyant, dynamic, and downright good mix, which does synthetic acoustic and electric guitars oh so very admirably and blends some less common genres in at the same time. Impressive.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Ninja Gaiden (Tecmo, 1988, NES)
Music by B.B., Keiji Yamagishi
- "Ryu's Determination"
- Acoustic Guitar, Woodwinds
- Regional > World
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