The community remixes for the new Talking to Women about Videogames album have been hitting at steady pace, and I couldn't be happier with the results. Above we have what is probably my favorite remix yet, a cover of the unplugged version of the song as performed by Kermit the Frog (illustration by the illustrious Linzb0t). I love it so much.
While the remixes from the community have been popping up pretty quickly, the work from the "celebrity" videogame composers and sound designers hasn't been as easy to come by. All six of the secret celebrities have asked for more time on their songs, and who am I to say no? For that reason, you can expect the Talking to Women about videogames music video and remix album to hit closer to December 21st. I'll keep you posted.
That means that if you were thinking of contributing a remix or some art/animation/live action footage for the music video, you have more time to do that. In the meantime, here are a couple more remixes. The first is song called Talking to Videogames about Women. It could very well go on to be the theme song for Max Scoville's awesome new maybe-ongoing series thing. Then there is the great Alphadeus, creator of the Dtoid Community album series. He's got a TtWaV track to share as well. Finally, we have a great chiptune dance remix called Dancing with Women about Videogames. It's by Mr Foetus. It features talk of Pinball machines. It is very good.
Continue rocking. Over and out.
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