Posted 2001-06-03, evaluated by djpretzel
Okay people, lame as it is, I'm putting a huge disclaimer on this one: it was merely a test. Not only a test of my new setup at my new house, but a test of composing a song without a single sound coming from my trusty ASR-10 - everything here is Kawai K5000 or Gigastudio. It ain't great, and I'm not gonna count it as my Castlevania ReMix for the year as I wanna do something with more depth, but as a test run of my setup, and for two hours effort, I deemed it worth posting. Oh well, at least the organ's fun. Humor me and download it ^^
on 2016-01-31 10:33:57
Not my favorite kind of lead as others pointed out. But it doesn't stop me from enjoying the track. As usual, I'm loving DJP's signature rhythm organ.
on 2013-09-30 18:12:10
It's like there's a secret Castlevania level hidden in Streets of Rage 2; or in other words, I like it!
on 2011-02-20 22:57:34
Very characteristic synth lead. Wish that bass was a little louder because it's rocking out.
1:22 digging the organ solo here
on 2009-06-06 08:41:15
A djpretzel mix, through and through.
There is a sense that this was a "quicky", and there is overbearing sense of familiarity in the arrangement. There isn't a whole lot to it, but really, does there need to be? djpretzel does his thing, and then it's over. It's not crazy, it's not sublime. It's just a mix with an intent to please and I can't see a reason why it would fail to do that.
on 2009-06-06 03:56:46
decent remix, nothing amazing. but as you said, it was merely at test.
on 2008-05-12 17:17:50
The lead is pretty hardcore in the higher frequencies; I would agree that pain is involved. The arrangement here is really nice though. AnSo style before it was all the rage.
Lots of crazy analogue funk, and some great counterpoint. I really think the star of this one is that organ, which does some great syncopated bits.
on 2007-08-24 22:25:54
So I just found this in my stash of Castlevania remixes tonight, and it's like being at a roller disco fighting the undead with a whip. It's ridiculous. In a good way. I really like it a lot, as my Last.fm profile will soon betray.
on 2005-10-03 00:46:28
I dig this tune. I dunno what people are talkin' about with the weird noises and ears hurting... You people need to go listen to more music. For this song, it might be a little weird... The organ is purty slick, though. And the drum programming is timeless. Download it. Do it now!
on 2005-09-11 14:17:13
on 2004-08-17 05:28:36
I love Castlevania 4's music, and this is a great remix
on 2004-08-16 20:40:09
The original song from Castlevania 4 is one of my favorite songs in video games. It is nice to see it remixed this way.
on 2004-08-16 15:27:54
I seriously like it, it sounds weird, but still good
on 2004-04-17 19:06:53
hashahaha this is funkafied, wows
on 2004-04-17 18:40:40
Hahaha, this is great. Certainly groovy and funkalicious.
on 2004-02-24 15:35:23
Groovy it is! This is one of my favorites.
If this was merely a test, it is a successful one!
Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Super Castlevania IV (Konami, 1991, SNES)
Music by Masanori Adachi, Taro Kudo
- "Vampire Killer (Stage 10 Dracula's Tower 1 BGM)"
- Chill, Dark, Jazzy
- Electronic, Organ, Synth
- Time > 4/4 Time Signature
Time > Tempo: Moderate
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