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TtWaV video and remix update: Enter the Metal

7:00 PM on 12.17.2011

Jonathan Holmes

Editor-in-Chief

[Haven't heard about the Talking to Women about Videogames music video and remix project? Click here for the details. It could make you famous!]

Good news! The prior remixes in this ongoing sound/video experiment have now been joined by a majestic metal/chip tune remix of the Talking to Women about Videogames theme song by the Order of Tyr, and man is it good! This week also brings us a serious, heartfelt cover of the song by the great Sir Tobbii, and an electronic sound journey jam by the one and only Kaggen. Heads up -- Tobbii and Kaggen are both from European countries where everyone sounds cute when they talk. That's right, we're talking about two sexy hot European dudes that like to play videogames and make music. Start drafting up those marriage proposals now ladies. Get in there before some other lucky filly snatches that gravy up!

As for the music video and remix album, we're still on track for finishing both of them up next week on December 21st, so there's still time if you want to get in on the action. Remember, any sort of visual art is acceptable for consideration for the music video; still pictures, drawings, animation, video, whatever. I'm pretty sure we're going to squeeze a little bit of Flashbeagle into the finished product, proving once and for all that anything goes. You might as well whip sometime up this weekend and run it by me, right?It never hurts to try!

The same goes for remixes/covers/re-imaginings of the theme song. Throw something together and send it my way! At best, you'll become rich and famous for your effort, and at worst, you'll make me incredibly happy. It's a win/win situation, dawg.

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