Right then - we're clearing up some logistical issues with Thieves of Fate, but in the meantime we've got a unique track from Voices of the Lifestream. Caio came through with a really distinct piece that lent the project even more variety. He writes:
"I almost called this song “Hojo is unavailable right now; please leave your message after the beep”. I mean, making port in a tropical resort after fighting a grotesque monster inside an evil organization ship is awesome in it’s own right, but meeting said organization’s own sick scientist chilling at the beach, surrounded by ladies and drinking cocktails (with little umbrellas on them) is actually the fondest memory I have from FF7. A memory which is probably distorted by the long time passed since I last played the game, but very dear to me nonetheless, so believe it not, this song goes for Hojo: even sick and disgusting evil geniuses need to take a break every now and then."
As a fellow evil genius, or at the very least an occasional ne'er-do-well of above average intelligence, I second that. Project Director Andrew Aversa writes:
"RTF was a welcome addition to the Voices project, and while his collab with Shnabubula was excellent, I thought Caio was really in his element with this ReMix. It's chill, smooth, easy listening with a definite bossa nova feel - a great interpretation of a source that was somewhat in the same vein. There might not be any big beats, over-the-top piano solos, or dramatic synth swells, but who needs that when you can have pure relaxation from start to finish?"
Who indeed? This is mellow to the Nth degree, introing with racing tones, then gradually building a lounge bossanova groove that really picks up at 0'48" with vibes right, comping EP left, and a jazz brush kit over the synthetic drum machine beat. Hell, there's even a clarinet solo that segues into a badass EP solo. Very Combustible Edison. Caio even drops a little Girl from Ipanema ref in there, as an homage to the whole vibe. Fantastic stuff!
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