The original version of this track was released as part of Radical Dreamers: Thieves of Fate back in January of 2008; regarding this updated version, Mr. Luers writes:
"One of several tracks from my early days at OCR, this was an arrangement I really liked, but I didn't have the production skills to pull off. It turned out ok enough for the RD project, but I had sort of forgotten about it until The_Mighty_KELP left me a message asking if i'd spruce this up. I had a little bit of time, and thought maybe by now I could do it justice. Hopefully it's the case. It's sort of a super spy themed version of the track, and there's a lot of texture goin on."
Always nice when you've got an occasion to go back and improve something you weren't 100% on, and in this instance Andrew really bumped the track up a notch. Things intro with a solid rock groove, thick bass, and staccato string stabs, but flesh out at 0'51" with a mean electric guitar riff, descending string counter-melody, AND a crazy ass synth soloing underneath all that, to the right. It's controlled chaos, and it really conjures a wicked, menacing cloud of evil... stuff. At 1'21" there's a half-tempo groove that kicks in to chill things down a bit, then guitar lead into a bass break. Main guit solo's at 2'43", with punctuating string stabs in the background - great stuff. Cain writes:
"Don't remember the original mix, but the breakdown makes it pretty obvious that this is fine in terms of arrangement. Picked up on the source use fairly easily. The production is pretty capable, bit of a strange guitar lead tone though. Everything is very audible, nice separation between parts. All round pretty coo job."
Ditto that; not the most well-known source, but who cares? OA ran with it and created a track that really spits out some attitude, delivering on the serpentine metal promise of its title.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Radical Dreamers: Nusumenai Houseki (Square, 1996, SNES)
Music by Yasunori Mitsuda
- "Snakebone Mansion"
- Metal, Rock
- Electric Guitar, Strings, Synth
- Origin > Resubmission
- 5,840,388 bytes
- Size: 5,840,388 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: d151e031db91075487df85a64312dc74
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