gog

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  1. Hehe, no jabs intended, just typing random shit. I'll have to check out that mix tho
  2. Very nice guitar, goat does not disappoint. The wails of this man's axe brings wailing to my very soul. The drums could definitley be better in my opinion, they sound a little canned but what can you do without studio space and an actual drummer? Excellent work, and congrats on your recent marriage.
  3. Worst RPG ever? SaGa ownz! Major props to chaos for covering this game. I'm actually kind of jealous cause I'm working on a SaGa remix and was'nt the first one here to do it... I too felt there was a bit lacking... maybe it's because I've been waiting so long for a SaGa mix and have been expecting the earth and the heavens from it. The piece had a very SaGa feel to it, eg. the drums at the just under two minutes which sound very familliar to the SaGa boss battlesAnother beef was the fact that I had always liked the song because of it's lack of loudness (shit, am I even making sense?). This mix seemed a little too in my face, ya know? Anyway, regardless of all I said, I really REALLY liked this piece. I just tend to be over critical on work based on the greatest game of all time(imo). Download it, yo.
  4. Whoa... I may be male, but I had MULTIPLE orgasms when hearing this song. It rocks all. Was gonna write a long review, but right now I'm speechless. I think I'm gonna listen to 'Love hurts' now, cause if it's anything like this mix I'll be a really happy man. Awesome shit, DJP. I'll try and write up a better review in a bit, but right now I am too much in awe atm.
  5. All and all, not bad. Not too shabby at all. It begins with a very nice piano bit that reminded me of the SaGa Frontier 2 Soundtrack. In fact, being a huge fan of that soundtrack, I was a bit disappointed it did'nt stay that way. That disappointment lasted for about a micro second tho. At about 2:25 the song starts picking up with some crazy echo piano thing that worked for me and a bit of percussion. At about 3:40 we hear the first bit of grainy guitar. True, it be grainy, but I thoght it still sounded good. It switches from piano goodness to grainy guitar and back again a few more times from here. It does this for a long while, almost ten minutes, and still manages not to be to repetitive. All and all I thought it sounded retty damn good. In my opinion, it sounded a lot like Mike Oldfield's 'Tubular Bells', that song from the Exorcist but... better. And that's a pretty big compliment considering how big a fan of 'Tubular Bells' I am. While not as good as a lot of the other remixes on this site, this song still deserves a listen.
  6. The best thing since spaghetti No amount of metamucil could make this shit slicker. It's cool as a cucumber. But seriously, all idiot phrases aside, I love this remix. Me and 'Ghetto Recursive' go back a long way. Let us step into my trusty time machine and go back say, ten months. As we step out of the time machine we see a young man, mouth agape, listening attentively at what beautiful sound is coming out of his speakers. That young man was me. The song... none other than 'Ghetto Recursive'. A few minutes prior, I had stumbled upon another gem, 'Lord Protektor' and was mesmerized by it too. A link in the summary of said song sent me to the song I now review. At the time I could'nt quite put my finger on what made me enjoy the song so much. I listened again and again but I could'nt figure it out... and til this day I still can't. Let us hop into the time machine and venture forward, to the present. All and all, this track was very well put together. I am really no expert on hip hop or even music for that matter, but contrary to what others have said, I think the scratches fit in quite nicely. Under the scratches, the music was very good; it definitely had an east asian feel. Throughout the whole song, I had a picture in my mind of Joe and the Bogart Bros. waiting on those docks... warming up, preparing for the upcoming match, sun rising on the horizon. Personally I think this track rocks and therefore recommend it to anyone who would come across this site for some good quality VG remixes, just as i did ten months ago. That 'recommend' would be promoted to 'highly recommend' if you listened to DJP's Lord Protektor and found yourself nodding your head.