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I Love That Song! - Lookin' at..... PDF Print E-mail
Written by DarkTetsuya   
Monday, 13 December 2010 00:24

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(Seriously if you want this song it's in Orange Lounge Revolution 2nd MIX, go download it!)

As promised with last week's pick, I'm celebrating the 1-year anniversary of Orange Lounge Revolution 2nd MIX's long-anticipated release by taking a look at a few of my favorite songs from the game!

I don't really have any backstory to this, aside from DDR mainstay Thomas Howard (known for such songs as Silent Hill and La Senorita in DDR, as well as several songs for Konami's Guitar Freaks/drummania games.) teaming up with DJ Potatoe to sing this rather..... interesting track.

Everyone was asking me what the connection was to DJ Potatoe in regards to the 8-bit NES-style 'demake' which was recently pulled offline from the official site by the legal watchdogs at Universal. I'd been able to locate the game online via a google search, and as I was reading the manual, I noticed that name in the credits for the 8-bit mashups featured in the game.

So after that I was looking up this song on youtube, where I found a live performance of it. And I discovered in one of the comments someone had linked to the site which turned out to be the same as the creator of the DJ Hero demake.... so I concluded that indeed, this was the guy responsible for that game.

But be sure and tune in on Wednesday, as we go from a song that was banned on Orange Lounge Radio, to a licensed song that was easily my favorite track that I ever discovered in the almost ten years of doing the show.

Last Updated on Monday, 13 December 2010 00:36
 

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