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Final Fantasy VII 'DJ Chubby C vs. GoGoBoco!'

Kinda short and undeveloped, but this is still a cute version of the Chocobo theme. I especially like the use of the chocobo sound as a substitute for a vinyl scratch! Overall, not something I'd listen to on a regular bases, but still worth a download to hear it at least once.

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YES!!!

Every time I hear this, I get a mental picture of the classic chocobo, alias: GoGoBoco, and Fat (or is it "Phat") Chocobo, aka: Dj Chubby C, deciding once and for all who's better on the turntables.

I'm generally not a huge fan of this kind of music. However, My usual oppinion has proven itself again: "No matter what you do to a chocobo theme, it's still obscenely cool."

Calling all remixers: Keep the Chocobo remixes coming!

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Hrm...I was expecting to hear some phat "Fat Chocobo" theme action going on here. Alas, it's more of the same ubiquitous normal Chocobo theme.

I shouldn't complain, though. It's got a nice groove, and has a good balance of both "GoGoBoco" and "DJ Chubby C" elements. It could probably stand to have a more satisfying bassline in the fat/phat parts, but overall it's pretty well done. Recommended for any FF fan. :)

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Ah, this is one of those songs i love and hate. I dont appreciate this kind of music, but none the less, the chocobo kwehs/warks are a great thing in the song, as well as the fact that the chocobo theme is the best. Keep the chocobos coming man!

*rides off into the sunset on an armored chocobo*

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I wasn´t expecting this. Yeah, it had that cute chocobo melody including real choco-voices, but the prescense of some heavy beats and drums really caught me with my guard of. This is some cool and funky techno(I believe), the synth was okay, gpt some sort of jungle-feel to it. To sum this mix up with one word, this remix was...ummm...what was it again?

It's chocoboliucous.

Yeah that´s it.

Nice work Pollard. You´re the dude.

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Pretty cool remix, seems slightly simplistic but it certainly is fun to listen to.

The warks and kwehs are a nice touch, and they are mixed well.

The beginning is pleasant although a little humdrum, around 1:11 is where it begins to get interesting.

Overall it's quite the entertaining remix, excellent job.

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I remember not quite being wowed over this one when I first heard it, mainly due to the length and randomly changing soundscapes on the beat.

On the positives - the theme itself is surprisingly manipulated for what it was, and the manipulation of the chocobo sounds adds a hint more fun to it :razz: The production was decent for its time; kind of muddy now in comparison, but there's been some good attention to clarity and particularly the selling point in the panning. Even the tuba, which would indeed sound mechanical by today's standards, managed to fill in some good space in the mids and added to the mix's quirky nature.

But all in all, it's a short and quirky mix, and whether you'd come to appreciate it would be down to stylistic preferences more than anything else. I don't mind the length nowadays; for something as brief as the Chocobo theme it's workable. Either way, I see this as one of the more different entries in mp's library, so if you want to get your bwak on, be our guest. :wink:

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