Posted 2006-05-29, evaluated by djpretzel
It's a one-two combo: our second post of the day continues the Blood on the Asphalt carnage with kickin' electronica Fei Long action from zircon. I just saw Huo Yuan Jia recently and this mix would have worked beautifully in some of the fights in the first twenty minutes or so. Mr. Aversa is not the first to travel these parts, as Mr. Salzman provided the wonderfully titled (and executed) Fei Longer back in December of '04. But there's definitely room for two electronica Fei mixes, and while Andy's mix may be more honorifically titled, it's got equivalent amounts of pep and kick. If he wanted to step, I suppose he could have called this Fei Longest (No Tagbacks) or somethingsuch, but let's be glad he didn't and move on. Right out of the gate you've got a synth bass that you know zirc's gonna pile some meaty beats on top of when the time comes, and an articulate koto on the melody. Drums at 0'15" get progressively layered - this is a trick Andy knows well, layering kits upon kits for a thick, aggressive percussive presence, and he's only gotten better at it. Synth patterns come in and take over the groove with some cool lo-fi and phaser fills, a breakdown breaks down at 1'21", and then at 1'37" the rather lovely shakuhachi provides a wonderfully legato version of the melody, joined later by the koto - nice melding of aggressive and passive elements. The highlight for me was the alternate intervals on the melodic phrase at 2'28", used in transition - big time for the win, there. At 3'08", it's over in a hurry, but that's like, realism and stuff, because in real life, like, Fei Long would whoop you even faster. Andy's got a pretty strong fanbase who would download this even if I said it consisted of nothing more than him performing a weaksauce Bruce Lee impersonation into a mic and shouting incoherent move names, but fortunately that's not the case, as Blood on the Asphalt goes two-for-two and has plenty of punches, kicks, and inexplicable fireball moves in store for the intrepid listener. Check Andy's mix, then check the site, then get get the torrent fired up and, for those of you in the states, enjoy your memorial day.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
(, , )
- Additional Game:
Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (Capcom, 1993, ARC)
Music by Isao Abe, Shun Nishigaki, Yoko Shimomura
- "Fei Long Stage"
- Electronic, Koto, Strings, Synth
- Regional > World
- 4,607,597 bytes
- Size: 4,607,597 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 2be416f2d53ab9c74691abc0d53aaa4f
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