Posted 2009-12-11, evaluated by djpretzel
In 2006, we became self-hosting, moving to our own dedicated web server at LiquidWeb. We also had our first official convention appearance at Otakon, and released Chrono Symphonic, Blood on the Asphalt, and Project Chaos...
... but, slackers that we are, we posted a record-low 98 ReMixes. Those of you intimately familiar with the site's origins know that it essentially came indirectly out of my involvement in the emulation scene, and for the first six years, the site was hosted pro-bono with ZTNet. We really couldn't have grown like we did without their help, and while the decision to go off and do our own thing was definitely the right one, the site exists largely because of their initial assistance. All three album projects released in 2006 were fantastic, but Blood on the Asphalt deserves a special mention, as it later facilitated our involvement with SSF2THDR. ...Man that's a long acronym... Lastly, we decided to do a panel at Otakon as sort of an experiment... no one really knew how it would work, whether folks would show up, etc. Quite simply, it rocked, and it's been rocking ever since, and we've also had a blast at the other events we've had the privilege to attend. Thanks to everyone who's showed up; we love ya!
Next up we've got some ilp0. I've literally loved everything Ilari's done to date, because he changes things up, takes risks, and really has his own sound. I've compared a couple of his pieces to Steely Dan, which I for one consider a huge compliment, but he's also done stuff that's completely different. No one sounds quite like he does, and he sounds great, and that's a good combination of traits. The artist writes:
"This is a track (3/10) from my Mega Man remix album. This version is slightly shorter than the album version as the passages between this and the surrounding tracks 2 and 4 are edited out."
I think, prior to Sonata of the Damned, folks assumed solo albums wouldn't be viable as OC ReMix albums; otherwise, it probably would have been cool to release ilp0's album, which definitely deserves your attention. Very mellow, very chill, sporting a vague hint of the spaghetti Western flavor ilp0 infused into his Gun.Smoke ReMix, this track takes Cutman and turns it into a slow jam, almost sounding like something out of Kill Bill (the non pan flute parts of "The Lonely Shepherd"), quite effectively. Excellent, imaginative stuff - check it out, then check out the rest of the album!
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- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
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