Personally, I would have named this one "Dude, where's my stars?," but then again, I'm a chrazy person. Diggi Dis sent this one in attributed to "Chrono Chross," which gets a little happy with the "ch" action, and is inchorrect. That's the type of chrappy title I would have found amusing, though, so it's chool. This ReMix of Star Stealing Girl is classic Diggi, with awesome beats, usage of clean/straightforward samples (see choral patch) alongside more organic, nuanced elements, and in general tight sequencing, especially with regards to adding a little bit of funk. It's a small detail, but for example at 1'53" the downwards pitch-bend on the trailing end of a synth riff that didn't absolutely need to be there in the first place, but adds an intangible sense of completion because it is - that's the type of thing that DD2 (Disco Dan is the original DD, so...) does superbly. The following dropout, where solo piano takes on most of the heavy lifting, changes the tone from rockin'/funky to elegant and dramatic in a heartbeat, but naturally. And I loved the backwards patches used towards the end, coupled against rich, creamy EP - delicious. If Diggi Dis mixes were food, they'd be covered in butter, whipped cream, custard, confectioner's sugar, cheese, and chocolate, only somehow it would all blend perfectly, and involve no long-term coronary risk. It's great to see effort and new ideas still factoring in right up until the mix closes - again, attention to detail. Jesse says:
"The beats are awesome. As to the more artificial sounding areas in general: He gets away with doing this stuff because there's plenty in here that doesn't sound mechanical. There's plenty of subtlety to contrast with the vox and acoustic piano, so they have a purpose and a function. When you listen to the drums, and the electric piano, the more mechanical stuff sticks out in a good way. Typical Diggi Dis. Beautifully conceived and executed."
... and I concur. If my food metaphor made you hungry, go get a snack or something, but come back and download this mix immediately afterwards. Delicious.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Chrono Cross (Square, 1999, PS1)
Music by Yasunori Mitsuda
- "The Girl Who Stole the Stars"
- Hip Hop
- Electronic, Piano, Synth
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