Posted 2009-12-11, evaluated by djpretzel
...and managed to post 126 ReMixes, too. I remember when Andy was just starting to work on VotL, and I remember a long forum conversation debating the album title; Snapple seemed to think that "Voices of the Lifestream" was, and I'm paraphrasing here, "too gay", but it ultimately won. I'm glad, too, not only because I think assigning sexual preference to inanimate proper nouns is disturbing, but because the runner-up, "Limit Break," was a little obvious/generic. I love Voices; it has so many fantastic artists, all at the top of their game. I had a blast recording the guitar part to "Short Skirts" with Vigilante, and when I heard the finished album in its entirety... it was one of those moments where you step back and just marvel. Platonically.
So, what 10 Year Anniversary flood would be complete without some Cheetahmen II? Not this one, that's for damn sure. PrototypeRaptor, aka Jonathan Paulsen, joins Anso in the elite group of "OC ReMixers Who've Had C2 ReMixes Posted" - updated total population: two. Remember when I raved about the killer bassline in Tepid's "TRIX"? Well, it's time to bring out my boundless bucket of bass accolades yet again, because PR has crafted a sick electro-funk arrangement of the catchy source tune that has a downright disgusting slap bass. Pops, slips, rips, falls, slaps, bops, tweeps, glomps, and thwacks can all be found in abundance. Aight, I made some of those up just now, but the bass sequencing is superb and makes the mix, no doubt. The artist writes:
"This is a remix of the Cheetahmen II theme - one of the worst games ever with one of the most memorable tunes I've ever heard... eh, go figure. Anyway, it's done in a style I haven't explicitly heard on OC before: electro house ala Justice. There's distortion everywhere, heavy 4 on the floor drums, and lots o' bass...did I mention the bass? Yeah, it was fun to make."
I can tell; I actually don't know how Jonathan was able to keep working on this mix without just getting up and dancing in the middle of mixdown. Infectious? Hell yeah. Even if you missed the pseudo-meme Cheetahmen II craze when it was in its prime, this mix is gonna be your joint - never before have a discarded anthropomorphic trio of feline NES superheroes been adorned with such supreme bass.
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