Posted 2014-02-25, evaluated by djpretzel
We missed this one back when Bionic Commando: OK, We'll Groove was released - an epic, soaring orchestral arrangement from Nutritious that incorporates a lot of choral components as well; Justin writes:
"I actually originally turned down John R's invite to join the Bionic Commando project, due to huge musical workload at the time. It wasn't without some regret, because BC is one of the few original games I owned and grew up with and something I really wanted to try my hand at. So, months later under different circumstances, I ended up starting an Area 5 ("Heat Wave") mix anyway. Luckily, during the process, the track actually opened up on the project, so I asked John for a claim.
Anyway, enough of the boring stuff. Having grown up playing this game with my brother, it was a no-brainer to join up on the project. The theme I chose isn't one of the more popular tracks from the game, but I could envision it in a really big orchestral/soundtrack genre. I wanted this track to be huge: lots of brass, big drums, and choir. Most of the piece deals in Area 5, but to vary it up a bit, I did throw some of the main theme in the middle as well. I couldn't resist hitting the main theme.
Though it took a long time to complete, I feel like I achieved what I really wanted to here and it feels like a big step up from anything else I've submitted here. I really can say I accomplished what I was aiming for on this track, which is really all an artist can ask for."
The enormous symphonic and choral feel of the intro really reminds me of the God of War soundtrack, and then BIG HORNS come in and seal the deal. Some of the detail work here is fantastic; Justin DEFINITELY stepped up his mixing/production game in terms of soundfield and positioning/balancing individual and ensemble elements. The mixed articulations, varied choral dynamics and vowels/phrases, and the overall oomph all combine for some gooooood stuff. I hate to be trite - oh wait, no I don't - but if you combined Bionic Commando with God of War, well... I think you'd have something like this. God of Commando? Bionic War? A mix by any other name would smell as sweet & sound as badass. Excellent work from Justin & a great reason to revisit OK, We'll Groove and check out all it has to offer!
on 2015-12-28 12:55:19
This is a great arrangement. I’m almost reminded of how the Devil May Cry 3 soundtrack was produced when I hear this track. Sure it has it’s rock and/or electronic music, but then you get this glorious piece of cinematic orchestrated excellence.
on 2014-12-01 12:39:22
Why? Why it has so few comments? It's actually very impressive and worth your listenng. Holy shit! The intro is just mind-blowing. The whole mix is epic choir blended with some nice percussion and brass and other stuff. This is like a story. A story about brave warriors, heavy battles, long-awaited victories and the fallen ones. Bravo, Justin!
on 2014-02-27 10:03:29
The first time I listened to track on the album, I immediately thought of the God of War soundtrack. It has this epic grand of scale feeling to it that has a lot of energy. It sounds like an epic battle is about to take place on a battle field. Awesome job on a amazing remix!
on 2014-02-27 09:16:02
Holy shit, that intro! And to be fair, the middle and end is pretty sick as well. Badass cinematic work at its best. This ReMix is now my favorite one by Nutritious. Very cool.
on 2014-02-25 15:58:50
This is a beast of a remix. =D
on 2014-02-25 15:10:06
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Sources Arranged (2 Songs)
- Primary Game:
Bionic Commando (Capcom, 1988, NES)
Music by Harumi Fujita, Junko Tamiya
- "Bionic Commando Theme"
- Brass, Choir, Orchestral, Strings
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