"The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what we share with someone else when we're uncool" - just saw Almost Famous (director's cut, aka "Untitled") for the first time, and loved it - especially this quote. Definitely recommended. Vurez recently had his excellent T.Hawk mix posted, but he actually submitted this MM6 mix before that whole shizz went down. First above all, let's dole out the massive props to Don for covering potentially the least popular of Mega Man's NES outings and doing a superb job all around. Check out his Blizzardman and Centaurman mixes if you doubt the true faith. His third mix of the blue bomber's sixth narrative covers the Knightman theme, which one could potentially intuit from the title. So many men, so little time. Err, that came out wrong... you get the idea. The name of the game here is orchestral with some rock elements, namely rhythm guitar, an acoustic kit, electric bass, and lead. Quoth Mr. Aversa:
"The production values here, as with all of Vurez' mixes, are absolutely superb. Lots of very high end samples that are actually used WELL in a convincing manner. At times the brass seems a little too loud, and I do agree with TO that the drumwork could be a little more interesting, but really, there's no way I could have any substantive complaints about the production. The 'swamped' soundfield is not really an issue for me after I listened to this a few times. It contributes to the unique sound."
One of the things that I think makes the MM6 OST less appealing to most ReMixers than the first three soundtracks is the absence of catchier, bubblegum melodies that stick in your head. Vurez works well with this less hook-driven material, however, as his relatively conservative but still considerable arrangement matches up with his adept reinstrumentation skills to take less salient melodies and turn them into fleshed out orchestrations. That's what he's done previously with Mega Man 6, and that's what he does here yet again.
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