Michaelinnotts

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  1. I love OCRemix with a passion that is almost clinical in intensity. Lately I have fed my hunger for remixed video game music goodness by organising songs into genres, so I have techno for work/exercise, ambient for evenings, and so forth. So here's my request: there have already been remix projects based on video game, but how about a project based on a single theme or genre? Like a 'OCR Goes Techno' or something cheesy like that? I, for one, would like to see such an album be produced and would eat up the result like cheese in a French restaurant.
  2. Sorry it's taken me so long ot reply, but yeah, that's definitely it. Thank you very much.
  3. Thanks for the link, but unfortunately it didn't work. However, the title sounds right. EdgeCrusher: I downloaded the Perfect Selection cd from IGM.com, and it wasn't on there (that was very eighties sounding stuff, but the rap sounds more like it came from the mid to late nineties. Also, it's definitely not Japanese.)
  4. I apologise for mentioning this site, but on 4chan.org about 6 months they embedded a rap remix of the Castlevania 2 theme. The vocals were sung by a woman, and it had a funk and techno feel. The closest version I have heard is Simon's Town (http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00817/). The vocals were a woman's voice. Does anyone have any idea what the hell I'm talking about? I've downloaded every Castlevania 2 song from OCR (well, I have all 1538 songs, truth be told), and it isn't here.
  5. Hi, I'm new. I absolutely love the site and the music you composers have produced. I don't know if anyone will believe me, but I listen to OCR music about 80% of the time, and this site has made available some of the best living musical talent there is. Now my point. I'd like to get some OCR merchandise, but are t-shirts and sweaters really all you can provide? What about wallets, eyeglass cases, ipod covers, posters, etc.? Turn this site into a capitalist machine, people!