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After many of my songs began to leak into the blogosphere, I decided to go back into the studio and add a few elements to make the album versions of the records special. This clip opens with me playing back an extended instrumental arrangement of I-R-I-N-A with some overdubs by my man Jermaine Parrish on drums and Al Carty on bass.
Inspired, I decided to re-visit one of my favorite songs called 'Just Right'. Here's a look at that session. I had to rebuild it from scratch as one of my hard drives had crashed and many sessions had been lost. I love the new elements, and here's to you loving them too...
For everyone that's been asking, I'll be releasing the album in February. The main reason why it's been pushed back is very simple: I need more exposure! The two singles that I have released have been very well received. "Addiction" has been my biggest one - it's the first to have broken 1M plays on my myspace page and the 'making of' video has over 800K views... Despite this, I have yet to cross over onto the top songs on Billboard's Hot 100 chart!
The additional time will allow me to present another music video (maybe two - I'm fronting the cost) and continue making a few stops around the country and abroad with my band campaigning for my artistry! It also gives you more time to introduce me to your friends and family (and your local radio station).
I put these videos up so that you can have something to share! If seeing me go crazy to these songs entertains you, inspires you, or just makes you smile - pass it on!
From the movie Faster - A veteran cop (Billy Bob Thornton) and Cicero (Carla Gugino) discuss a new element of the murder case – a second, “beautiful” shooter.
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This video originally was intended as a Halloween special, but as shit suddenly went skyward in life, I missed the deadline ... badly. I continued the project however, because it was the most unique one ever done, trying out 4 new elements like ...
1: Use of voice acting
4: A video based around a story for once
Obviously the inspiration for this video is from my love for good horror games. Penumbra was the biggest inspiration, as much of the audio from the games were used in this video. Silent Hill was also another factor, as audio and characters from the game were also used. There's even a bit of F.E.A.R audio in there as well. Having seen that Frictional Games actually favorited this video, (Fanboy spazzing ensued) thinking back, I really wish I gave them a spot in the end credits, as well as Team Silent. I didn't honestly think they'd come across, or even like the video, but unfortunately I projected my irritation with long credit sequences in YouTube videos onto this one and didn't really think to credit outside of the people directly involved in the making of this video. But thankfully, video descriptions can at least be edited! Thanks Frictional, Team Silent and Monolith for the inspiration and for not wishing destruction of this video for using so much of your game audio!
Another special thanks to Anthony Fantano at The Needle Drop for voicing the main antagonist, Mr. Goldblum. Check out his channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/theneedledrop
And finally, a thanks to Sn1pe for the faceposer work and his forgiveness for me being a forgetful asshole about putting him in the end credits of the video
Damn, does it feel good to go back to Mario's roots. Don't get me wrong - Super Mario 64 was an important and integral step for Nintendo's plumber hero to take, what with the company essentially being the trailblazer in the world of 3D platforming. But in moving forward, rising expectations pretty much dictated that Nintendo shouldn't look back, so the classic sidescrolling formula was simply relegated to "classic" status, only returning in retro repeats of existing games on current systems and, occasionally, as spin-off franchises for other Nintendo characters. An official Super Mario game would have to be something special for it to exist on a current Nintendo system, which is why the release of New Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo DS is so significant: it absolutely is something special. This game marks a brilliant return to Mario's side-scrolling environments, with a look, feel, and play that feels unbelievably classic, with new elements that do a fantastic job advancing the design.
The timeline's a little scattered, but while Super Mario Sunshine was the latest game in the Super Mario series on paper, New Super Mario Bros. marks the first time in 15 years that Nintendo's created a classically-designed Super Mario game - Super Mario World ended the plumber's starring role in the 2D platformer series. Yoshi may have picked up the gauntlet in a labeled sequel a couple years later, but outside of a few nods here and there in spinoffs like Paper Mario and Mario & Luigi, Mario hasn't starred in this Plumber Saves the Princess role in a side-scrolling platformer since the Super NES launch title.
With this new game, the more things change, the more they stay the same: the basis for New Super Mario Bros. is, surprise, to save the princess. In this design, Bowser Jr. has snagged Peach right out from Mario's nose, and taken her to the closest fortress possible. This game won't win any awards in storytelling because there is none - Mario will simply have to bounce from level to level getting to each challenge's castle while collecting coins and stomping Koopas, Goombas, and any other oddly-named inhabitants of the Mushroom Kingdom. Anyone who's played the original Super Mario Bros. - and at this point, if you haven't, stop reading and find the nearest NES for a refresher course - will recognize the early nods to the original game design, from hopping on the flagpole to finish a round to Bowser protecting the end of the first castle.
So New Super Mario Bros. is a game that's been a long time coming. It's clear that a Super Mario game is a really big deal for Nintendo, and a game bearing the Super Mario namesake needs to be significant. It took the company more than a decade to advance the Mario mechanics in the side-scrolling design, but how much further can the company go without straying from the existing run/jump/bounce formula and becoming something not-so-Mario?
The clip Everest Development from Fletch Lives (1989) with Chevy Chase
There was a new element I hadn't anticipated: A second suspect.
Becky's client was not the ministry, but some secret entity called Everest Development.
She never knew who they were.
Becky was a good girl, and wouldn't have to be spanked. Damn it.
From the video game to real life, DC & Ken Block took a level out of DiRT3 (the DC Compound), and put on an event at the Battersea Power Station in London for Media and VIP's. Ken took many special guests on ride a longs around this Gymkhana-styled course. As part of this course, a new element was introduced with moving front-end loader donuts.
[Android] SHADOWGUN: The Leftover TRAILER
SHADOWGUN: The Leftover, the huge update of the one of the best third-person shooter ever, is finally also on Android devices! Going back into the skin of John Slade, the most feared intergalactic bounty hunter. There's a new threat. Enemies are back and John Slade must take an another dangerous mission. And what's the best? It is free for all original SHADOWGUN's owners.
EXPANSION DETAILS - Datadisc Content:
the story directly follows the events of original SHADOWGUN
free for all original SHADOWGUN owners
4 new levels
new enemy creature
new type of gamimg interaction
lot of new graphics, animations and cutscenes
New or improved content in general (with impact also on original Shadowgun version)
new effects such as camera shakes or bullet trails
new element in the control - Roll (player can now do rolls)
tuned difficulty, weapons and enemies
better, more intensive gaming experience
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I had the opportunity to hook up with Nak3dHalo and MLG Pro Elamite for a 3-way commentary on a Halo 4 Multiplayer game of Infinity Slayer on Adrift that was recorded during an MLG Event during E3 a couple of weeks ago. Halo 4 looks fantastic and we discuss many of the game's elements, particularly many of the new elements that Halo 4 and 343 Indusctries is bringing to the table this time around.
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Bonobo, the stage name of Simon Green is a British musician, producer and DJ. Bonobo uses a wide variety of samples in his music combined with heavy, often complex basslines. His music generally develops linearly - with new elements such as basslines or percussion coming in one after the other. In Days to Come, he mixes this sonic background with the clean yet distinctive vocals of Bajka, who often uses harmony to build up a multifaceted sound.
Rocket and Matt provide a quick overview of some new elements of the DayZ Standalone project. Includes the new engine support for clothing, the revised loot spawning mechanics, and some new areas on the map.
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"The Quiet Resistance" is the third album by the Dutch formation and offers a more mature, modern, and contemporary approach than that found on Nemesea's two previous efforts. Although the band continues to stay true to its characteristic style, they do not shy away from including new elements and details to refresh their sound. The guitars and Manda Ophuis' outstanding vocals continue to be the driving force behind Nemesea. Manda perfectly understands which web of emotion to weave for each particular track and how to make use of her fantastic vocal lines to breathe life into the lyrics. With extremely appealing songs like "Afterlife", "Caught in the Middle", or the beautiful ballad "If You Could", the alternative rock quintet have several surefire hits from the get-go. Nemesea's "The Quiet Resistance" offers intense and soulful alternative rock complete with a subtle breath of gothic and loudly demands the attention the band undoubtedly deserves.
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This is the **COMPLETE** version of Beethoven's 7th Symphony. One of the best rendition I have ever heard. Excellent sound quality.
Ludwig van Beethoven
7th Symphony, Full version
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Symphony No. 7 in A major (Opus 92) is a composition reflecting Beethoven's unparalleled wisdom. Beethoven began writing Symphony No. 7 in 1811 and completed it in 1812. He took his time to create something totally amazing, and this remains one of the best music ever written. This is the moment when we identify a modern stage in the composer's creation, where classical elements intertwine with romantic ones, thus generating a new expression far more intimate and more complex.
Movement I (Vivace)
The first movement starts with a long, expanded introduction marked "poco sustention", showing a solemn and majestic character. On the rhythmical background we hear the fine motif. This first part brings many new elements, easy to decipher, because the composer achieved perfection through sound. Here, we see Beethoven's distinctive use of rhythm and pioneering sense of key relationships.
Movement II (Allegretto)
The second movement is perhaps the most expressive part of this symphony. This movement was encored at the premiere and has remained popular since. It begins with the main melody played by the violas and cellos. The melody is then played by the second violins while the violas and cellos play a different melody which is equally important, described by George Grover as "a string of beauties hand-in-hand". While in the first movement the A major sonorities conferred greatness and sumptuousness, the theme in Movement II, in A minor, brings a whole new atmosphere, thus emphasizing the contrast between the two.
Movement III (Presto)
The third movement represents a splendid triumph in rendering the scherzo form. As a whole, it conveys a genuine bucolic scene with pictorial meanings and associations. With this (meno presto assai) in trio, the composer uses a theme from an Austrian folkloric song, the theme of which had been jotted down while Beethoven was in Teplitz.
Movement IV (Allegro)
The fourth movement emanates an immense joy from beginning to the end (allegro con brio). It is a whole series of images, full of energy and pleasure of life. This last movement is in sonata form, the coda of which contains an example of the dynamic marking ƒƒƒ (called forte fortissimo or fortississimo). Listening to this symphony's grand finale one can hardly decide what to think more astonishing: Beethoven's amazing creative fantasy, the impeccable form, the amazing talent in using all the musical resources in developing the themes, or his compact, luscious, sumptuous instrumentation.