Submitted by Crazycraven 1019d ago | opinion piece

Musical Showcase - OverClocked ReMix - (Citizengame.co.uk)

Sooner or later these guys were going to turn up in Citizen Game's Musical Showcase feature. Their work is some of the most listened to music in my library, video game-based or otherwise.

OverClocked ReMix is both a community of remixers and a curated repository for rearrangements of video game music. A non-profit entity run by David ‘djpretzel’ Lloyd, it aims to pay tribute to and highlight the finest musical compositions in gaming. Since its inception in 1999 OCR has received widespread acclaim from within the industry, recognised by many influential composers, featured by numerous press publications and even used by developers. After hearing OCR’s 2006 Street Fighter album Blood on the Asphalt, Capcom hired the group with Lloyd at the helm to compose the reworked soundtrack for 2008′s Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix. (Culture, Industry)

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