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OCR00767 - Bomberman II "Bomberfuzz"

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The Bomberman voice confuses me in respect of this remix. For me it passes an ackward message. Fuzz is a good remixer, but this voice annoys me!

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One of the few remixes that got the remixing part right. This isn't just a retelling, this is a REMIX. It faintly resembles the original, but the original elements override all to get the little bopping original into the rough, distorted, fast world that this song creates. This is one of the few songs that is not only a great remix, but actually a great remix.

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I disliked the vocals (They are ok, but there are too many of them), and this song clips something FIERCE on my setup.

It's a shame, this song rocks otherwise.

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Ahh, what an energetic remix. The voices freak out our cats. The "bombu"-section has them too loud perhaps, I can take it but I can definitely understand why many find them irating. Otherwise the voices are used excellently and provide plenty of motion into an already high-speeding piece. Great work (and props for Fast Tracking!), I too wish Fuzz had more tracks on this site.

--Eino

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This has a very strong Viewtiful Joe sound to it, what with the catchy speed music and the anime voices screaming various phrases. Very reminiscent, even though the mix precedes the game.

I loved the mix, to tell the truth. The voices didn't grate on me at all, and they especially didn't do anything but enhance the melody for me. It's a great, fast moving piece that I always get a little surprised at when it appears on my playlist. It's also quite infectious, in the best way possible of course.

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Bomberfuzz boasts a bright and hyper character thanks to the processing attributes of many of its synths. Just the first one slinks left and right while speaking many vowels through an echo-y hallway - really flexible-like. A second lead (0:43-1:11) adds a transporting touch by sounding like it's moving through a tunnel. Mini explosions every so often and a growling/rubbery bass synth or two really pack on the density. Even so, the electric spurts that go "WOW" (1:14 and elsewhere), as well as the Bomberman voice samples, poke through the busy soundscape to serve as comic relief. And speaking of relief, even the calm breakdown is windy, smoky, and modulated lightly to gracefully contrast with the rough-and-tumble bulk.

Fiery, forceful, and blows up in your face just like a bomb.

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Cool panning starts this one out, and a cool filtered bass synth anchors things, but WTF those sound clips are abysmal. :-( :-(

I can't even make it to the end of the track, despite how cool everything is.

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I love the drum beat in this, but the clips in the first part make it sounds like he's in the shower.

Other than that, it's all good in my opinion.

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