[...] Capcom had been preparing an updated version of Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo for the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Store. The update, called Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, is a look back at one of the most popular and well-received iterations of the franchise, with all new art and high-definition backgrounds. The OC ReMix crew was then given a job that was perfectly suited to its talents: creating new and rethought versions of some of the Street Fighter repertoire, which contains some of the best-known themes in gaming, for this updated release. [...]
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Today is a special Silent Hill installment. So much music you can daunro-do in one post; it's almost unbelievable, right? It's being sarcastic, of course. ...Unless you haven't noticed the "download" tab, or something... I'm laughing, albeit bitterly, because I know those sorts of things are easy to miss.
"WhiteClaudiaRock" by K. Praslowicz. Utilizes "Silent Hill". Begins with some creepy guitar strumming, then switches to a wall of heavy metal guitar sound. The creepy guitar strumming then returns, causing an odd melodic effect. ttp://http://www.ocremix.org/remix/OCR00385/
"NayTomorrow" by Tamimi. Utilizes "Not Tomorrow 1 (Lisa's Theme)". It uses an Arabic instrument called a "nay". That's why it's called "NayTomorrow". It's quite haunting, and yet almost peaceful at times. ttp://http://www.ocremix.org/remix/OCR00756/
"There Was A Hole Here" by The Wingless. Utilizes "True". Starts with appropriately haunting piano, strings, and percussion. The key changes make it even more haunting, somehow. I apologize for using that word so much--"haunting"--but it's really the only word that can describe these songs... ttp://http://www.ocremix.org/remix/OCR00711/
"True(ItsGoneNowmix)" by Steve Pordon. Utilizes "True". Raw guitars have an interesting effect. Well, not so much on me... The bass is really creepy. It's like...something trying to feed. That's the only way I can describe it. ttp://http://www.ocremix.org/remix/OCR00946/
"StaticAversion" by Children of the Monkey Machine and Steve Pordon. Utilizes "She" and "Promise". My personal favorite. It uses actual radio static--the effect is...well, haunting. There's an electric guitar that sort of fades in and out with the static... Once it gets a couple of minutes in, it really blasts off. ttp://http://www.ocremix.org/remix/OCR00451/
"A Star Freezes Over". Utilizes "Gathering Stars in the Night Sky" from Xenogears, and "Desperado" by the Eagles (!). Collaboration with Brad Burr (aka "The Prophet of Mephisto") and Pascal Jette (aka "PriZm"). This is a quite nice song, I promise you. ttp://http://www.geoffreytaucer.com/remixes/starfreezesover.mp3
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