And then Zombie Nation ended up alongside All Star in the musical montage when the sports teams scores.
So I watched the Sandstorm video and apparently the same producer had something to do with Freestyler by the Bomfunk MCs. That was also a huge song at the same time, but I never heard it in the US. I think it only spread in other countries and the Internet.
Freestyler was the biggest track for a while on adverts, sporting events, promotions, etc. It was the Blur - Song 2 of the time.
Currently playing on my laptop:
Oh, that’s where we’re going, is it?
I see, I totally see where this is going.
*does not see*
I thought about dropping some cotton eye joe, but I thought to go with a deeper cut instead.
This song was well played in Australia.
Synthetic Core is a loving tribute to the soundtracks of ’90s RPGs like Final Fantasy, Secret of Mana, and Chrono Trigger. However, in contrast to the laptop-based simulations of Palace in the Sky, the sophomore effort has been composed using a Roland Sound Canvas 88. First released in 1994, this is the same General MIDI unit that JRPG composers such as Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy) and Yasunori Mitsuda (Chrono Trigger) used to compose their masterpieces. Its 18-bit output and 654 preset tones may be sonically limited compared to today’s available hardware, but ironically its use makes the album even more resonant and affecting.
Ultra Music Festival in Miami is right now. Normally tickets cost $1000+ and you have to be in a big crowd full of ravers and shit.
Thanks to the magic of Internet it is live streaming on YouTube for free!
The crowd is laughably small at 4pm, but it’s gonna be lit in a few hours. Doesn’t matter when you’re on your own listening at home.
Having only ever listened to and not actually seen any of these EDM music festivals, the amount of scantily clad women dancing under water fountains is quite disturbing. I would expect that of attendees in the audience, but paid dancers doing it on stage is not so great. It’s 2018, did they not get the message? Stick to music.
I don’t think I can afford the whole discography right now but boy will I get it when I can.
New Weird Al is also good but early Weird Al was so much weirder
So, Bodypump track list, just might get you pumped…
Ooops, I put on the DDR 4th Mix OST and now my butt won’t stay still.