I happen to be an absolute fanatic when it comes to video game music. To me, I can find no other audio equivalent that puts me in a happy working mood, as to a few tunes from a game, whether its retro or current.
And while I may be enjoying my Deus Ex Human Revolution for the hundredth time already this week, it’s this little piece of fan-made heaven that is responsible for my current clothing, which consists of a bandana, faded jeans and an arm firmly outstretched with a lit lighter.
See for yourself, and listen for yourself, about what I’m talking about.
Freddie Gredde recently rocked out on several instruments in order to bring this medley of 34 various video game themes to life, while Louis Abramson drummed the rest of the tunes into existence, and the transition from anthem to anthem, is simply flawless.
And I simply cannot stop throwing finger-horns and head-banging whenever I watch this. It is simply incredible, so if you have any ounce of love for music and gaming, you have to listen to this.
It’s pure magic.
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