Young Link (Soprano), Wind Waker Link (Alto), Adult Link (Tenor), and Twilight Princess Link (Bass) wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year with their, er, rousing rendition of a Christmas classic.
let me point out that Christmas has been over for nearly four months and I’m still getting the occasional notification that someone has reblogged this. It’s also probably the single most popular post on Link Making Faces.
I do so much stuff in this fandom and the thing that gets the most exposure is Links screaming to the tune of “Carol of the Bells”
OCRA-0020: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening: Threshold of a Dream
[Originally Released 12-13-2010]
“Threshold of a Dream is the 20th album published by OverClocked ReMix and arranges music from the Game Boy game The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. It features twenty-five tracks from twenty artists, arranging much of the original soundtrack.”
Just a friendly reminder that, if you were one of the many (few) that couldn’t download the HURRY! album when I first posted a link to it since the site was down, well the site is back up and you can get the whole thing now.
Also if you missed out on it the first time, check it out! It’s crazy how one repetitive song can be interpreted in so many interesting ways!
OC ReMix presents a free video game remix album: Teen Agent: The Root of All Evil
OCRA-0019: Teen Agent: The Root of All Evil
[Originally Released 11-22-2010]
“ This album is an arrangement of the soundtrack from the Polish adventure game, Teen Agent. A handful of talented artists from the video game remixing community came together to create this album. The original soundtrack is by Radek Szamrej. Although the soundtrack is fairly short, there is a lot of diversity between each track, and the artists involved did their best to do justice to this great work.”
-Brandon Strader, ReMixer and Director
You may have never heard of this game before - I know I haven’t - but that’s no excuse not to check out an excellent collection of music! Maybe new memories will form where nostalgia has failed you :)
"Temporal Duality is the 45th album published by OverClocked ReMix and arranges music from Sonic CD, released in 1993 for the Sega CD. It features 38 tracks arranged by 39 artists that cover both the JP/EU and US soundtracks, originally composed by Masafumi Ogata, Naofumi Hataya, Spencer Nilsen, David Young, and Sterling Crew. Sonic CD was unique from other Sonic games of the era due to its time travel system that allowed players to experience 4 variations of each stage. The game featured different soundtracks for the JP/EU and the US releases, which were both ahead of its time for video games, being among the first to have Red Book CD Audio. Spanning 3 discs and numerous genres, Temporal Duality is the fourth OverClocked ReMix album to pay tribute to the 16-bit era of the Sonic The Hedgehog series!”