Thank you so much to Theory of N, DaMonz, and every artist on this album for bringing us this wonderful music!
Brandon Strader's track, All Bark and No Bite, has gotten some particular hate in this thread, so I wanted to chime in and say that I love it, both as a song on its own and as a ReMix of Beware the Forest's Mushrooms. I don't have a particular love for sound bytes in songs, but I don't hate them on principle either, regardless of their "relevance" to the song. Personally, the "bullshitting me" thing neither enhanced nor detracted from the song for me, and I thought the "doo doo doo" thing (which sounds like it could be SpongeBob "steppin' on the beach"???) was amusing and added to the energy of the song. I don't see why a ReMix on this album having them is an indication of a special amount of gall or ego -- if you don't like them, all it takes is someone with different values from yours (which it appears the directors do, because they included the song) to put them into a song. I think it shows a lot more gall to make assumptions about why the artist put them in there, e.g. as a "signature" instead of possibly just something they thought was fun.
Everyone listens to ReMixes, and music in general, for different reasons. I'm sure that the majority of users on this site came here due in no small part to nostalgia. However, I think a ReMix's only real job is to be enjoyable, not to be "full of nostalgia". If I'm ever desperate for nostalgia, I'll just go listen to the original chiptune or find a different ReMix that sounds more like it.
Everything is offensive to someone, so there's no way to please everyone in that regard. Personally, I'm offended by censorship, so I'm glad it was allowed in there.