There's something about it that makes me want to fight hooligans on a perilous city street. --- A controversial poster in a sycophantic time!
TiGHT_CTRLsPosted 6/25/2012 3:22:30 PM
Both of "The Poets" pieces are cool. But I also like your recommendation!
megages03Posted 7/1/2012 5:24:13 PM
I have to agree with The poets being awesome although personally I am listening to the poets I on repeat. that track is just so fantastic! It even starts of strong. Fantastic! --- "I like taking other men in my mouth. Doesn't mean I'm gay does it" -- UrAssIsInMyYard (I'm afraid it does pal).
reykjavixPosted 7/1/2012 8:58:51 PM
I think moreso than the graphics SOR3's music did a great job of making Streets way more gritty and real. And I agree, Dub Slash is nasty as hell
TiGHT_CTRLsPosted 7/2/2012 12:43:58 AM
I think the music of SOR3 was to the series what the music of Jet Set Radio Future was to the first game. Less melodic, with harder and faster beats. It created more ambience, despite being less dreamy, in both soundtracks´ case. Very experimental too, it proved the Genesis´ sound ship versatility.
BrianCraigSmithPosted 7/2/2012 2:16:12 PM
The music definitely helped take it to another level, whether it was above or at the same as SoR2. --- PSN: Handsomistic1
TiGHT_CTRLsPosted 7/7/2012 2:01:05 AM
I also think "Happy Paradise" is pretty funky.
TheCurseX2(Topic Creator)Posted 7/9/2012 1:33:26 AM
I wish somebody remixed Dub Slash again. I know the SoRRemake had one, but in my opinion it absolutely disgraces the music. You go from this huge, adrenaline surging rush of a track to this slowed down more methodical version. One of the few remakes that loses the "soul" of the original. --- A controversial poster in a sycophantic time!
BrianCraigSmithPosted 7/9/2012 11:05:48 AM
One of the few remakes that loses the "soul" of the original.
Are you talking about the song or the entire game (SoRRemake V5)? --- PSN: Handsomistic1
TheCurseX2(Topic Creator)Posted 7/11/2012 10:25:19 AM
The song. The game itself is very badass. --- A controversial poster in a sycophantic time!