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Shael Riley and the Double Ice Backfire: Songs from the Pit (NES Rock)


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I honestly don't know why Ty or Shael hasn't posted this already, so I'm going to go ahead and do it.

Shael Riley is a pretty big mover and shaker in the community. Shael Riley has come a long way since his first few OverClocked ReMixes. He's released a free album, "Toybox," of incredibly catchy original work. He's co-directed the OverClocked ReMix Street Fighter II album "Blood on the Asphalt" which eventually got Capcom's attention and OCReMix it's involvement in the Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix soundtrack. He's also involved with the nerdcore hip-hop supergroup The Grammar Club (whom was also on the HD Remix soundtrack, and later released a vocal version of their track featuring member nerdcore rapper, Beefy. However, he is absolutely NOT Disk Mastah Smokabitch.

Now Shael is working on an ALL NEW project along with his good friends Ricky Henry and Ty Guenley (Suzumebachi of OverClocked ReMix and ThaSauce.net) called "Shael Riley and the Double Ice Backfire." The SRTDIB is a NES Rock band with Shael on the vocals & Famicom Tracking, Ricky on the drums, and Ty providing plenty of chugga-chugga for a sort of 90s grunge feel mixed with all your favorite 8bit blips and bloops.

They made their debut last month in Orlando, FL at Nerdapalooza, the biggest nerdcore event in history, where they shared the stage with artists like MC Lars, MC Frontalot, and mc chris (along with many many more).


Shael Riley and the Double Ice Backfire: Songs from the Pit

Track list:

  1. Publishing Rights(feat. Schaffer the Darklord)
  2. The Other Side of Memphis
  3. How to Fire a Gun
  4. Asian Kids Have All the Best Moves
  5. Hipster Hoax
  6. Chinese Ninja Warrior (The Immortals Cover)
  7. tip eht fo mottob
  8. Asian Kids Have All The Best Moves (solo piano - feat. Jon Titterington)

Total run time: 30 minutes

Format: audio cassette

Where Can I GET IT?!:

For a limited only you can get their debut EP Songs from the Bottom of the Pit for $4 plus shipping available ONLY on cassette tape. That's right, cassette tape. There are less than 30 of these available, and they once they're gone there won't be ANYWHERE else hear these tracks again until the release the full album on CD and digital download. In addition this cassette has 2 songs that will NOT be available ANYWHERE ELSE, ever: their cover of "Chinese Ninja Warrior," as well as a piano version of their song "Asian Kids Have All the Best Moves" featuring Jon Titterington. Each cassette is individually numbered and should be considered a serious collector's item.

Where Can I Hear It?!:

I know you're already excited, and you're wondering "Where can I hear these songs? They've got to be AMAZING." Well you're right, they are amazing. You can catch a preview of 2 of their tracks on their TheSixtyOne Page. The first being "How to Fire a Gun" and the other being "Tip Eht Fo Mottob" which depicts the life of Reptile from Mortal Kombat as he sits at the bottom of the pit.

Additionally you can go to YouTube and watch their performance of the song "Publishing Rights" featuring Schäffer The Darklord live at Nerdapalooza, as well as

off of the 1994 Immortal's "Mortal Kombat: The Album,".

How Can I Support?!:

Easy, buy the album. Additionally you can become their friends on Facebook, and make sure to <3 their songs on T61.

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Love it and everything about it, but don't call it NES Rock. That Fight Dragons band does that and I don't think NES Rock is a good term because I think of the Advantage and Minibosses when I hear that term.

Just my two prick cents.

That said, I'm getting the tape.

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this is hilarious. i love how to fire a gun.

edit: excellent job spelling ty's name right, ramasauce :<

nobody can spell my name right

but i don't think i've ever seen it butchered that bad before


nice work doug. i was thinking about making a thread but i don't know how to self-promote and not be a pretentious d-bag about it.

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Holy hell, Chinese Ninja Warrior kicks all kinds of ass.

Agreed, I have a love affair with that song going back several years, and this cover is solid gold. I'll be buying this tape as soon as the store gets back on speaking terms with paypal.

EDIT: Well paypal seems to be a little screwy today, but I finally got my order through, and bought a copy of Bremelanotide for good measure (despite already having downloaded it some time ago - I <3 My Gay Shirt)

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