al3xand3r Posted January 24, 2007 Report Share Posted January 24, 2007 The number of remixes that involve real vocals are rare on the site, and the few that do have vocals referencing the videogame on which they are based on. My question is, what if someone took a theme, made their own arrangement/remix, sang vocals, but the vocals had absolutely nothing to do with the theme of the game at all? The closest remix I can think of that somehow does this is "Niggaz 4 Life" (based on the game "Asteryx"). Even then, the lyrics still contain some content related to the game. What I am basically asking is, if someone takes, let's say, OOT's "Bolero of Fire" theme, then actually makes a nice mix laden with spanish vibes, and sings about, oh, growing up in Havana, Cuba or something... would this be allowed? Keep in mind that the videogame theme would still be discernable, not obscure. How would the judges respond to such a remix? How would the community take it? What do you guys think? If lyrical content has no limits (save for profanity, given that this site is meant to be kept as clean as possible), this would open up a new area of videogame remixes, no? I'd like to hear your opinions. EDIT: sorry if remixes like this exist already on OCR, but I haven't come across any. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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