Brueggemann Strikes Back! Sonicesque Vol. II

December 17, 2011

Well folks, it is the long anticipated release of Sonicesque Vol. II. Actually it’s a few months after the fact ^_^ but regardless, I had to make a post about it and give a nice breakdown of the OST. This collection is something new and fresh, and is jam packed with more sonic than your headphones have room for!

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Sonicesque

February 21, 2011

Well the last thing I would have thought about doing lately was putting up a new article on Continue? – sorry guys – but that was until I heard the latest album out by Karl Brueggemann. I had no idea what to expect when I downloaded “Sonicesque vol.1”, Karl posted it himself to the ffshrine forums – where I directed my recent article about a vg music canon – and he billed it as he had twiddled around with the sega vst:  so it would sound like new, classic sonic. He was also nice enough to answer a few interview questions, so check that out inside too!

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Video Game Nerd’s Craplist: Nightmare on Elmstreet OST

May 17, 2010

Well I’ll admit that most games that the AVGN trashes I usually don’t think about playing for a second unless they’re just THAT bad. But due to the music on this game, man I’d almost consider playing it just for effect.

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The War of Mascots

April 28, 2010

Well it seems like reddit is playing host to a barrage of video game characters appearing all over the word on windows and walls in post it notes and chalk. Whether it’s Sonic or Mario, every post seems to be snowballing into yet another picture appearing. Leading to a few back and forth battles turning… musical?, and also inspiring an entire group of engineering students to post it an entire building face. I just wonder where this will go from here.
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Top 10 Soundtracks: Sonic 3 & Knuckles

December 23, 2008

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What makes a great soundtrack? Is it the soundcard of the system, the game and story that it’s based upon, the composer, or controversy? Well, in the case of Sonic 3 it draws from all of them. As has been the case with all Sonic games, Sonic 3 was rushed in production and had to be sold separate from Sonic & Knuckles – which it is supposed to be united with. When put together, these games make one of the greatest soundtracks ever created, and  it was composed by none other than Michael Jackson.
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