I fell in love. Stage 2, the second song of Player Two's record, is a godly earwig! Another aspirant for the Hall Of Fame of 8-Bit-ish music! Yeah! The other titles are amazing, too, but this one is over the bloody top. Tony Gallo engraved his pixel-handwriting in the annals of videogame-inspired sounds. This is god's insiders' tip, so don't reject it, folks! "Left foot, left foot, right foot, right foot, left foot, left foot, right foot, right foot! I will keep fighting on, just as a hero should!"
Nou, nou, nou, nou, nou, nou! Nou, nou, nou, nou! Wohooo!
The vocals are grand, they are shitting lowbit-graphics in Lil Wayne's ugly face. Why? Because Tony created a superb digital way to present his lyrics: his unique, genius squeak-technique. And it sounds not like the modern Rnb-Bullshit. It's pretty cool and stylish! Check it out:
That's why I love electronic music: You can use different drumsets, however you want. You can use different "instruments", however you want. Every song can be a whole different world. Player Two knows that, and he uses this possibilities very clever. If you look for example at most of the Rock-music, you will find one boring soup of sounds. I bless geniuses like P2 for their electronic variety!
It's like the great cover-painting of this release: They are battling the mechanic, evil drones of this stupid matrix. Their weapon is the sound of love... and we will win! Bowser is just a fat, nasty reptile. Without his Lil Waynes and his zombified hordes of mind-controlled robots, he is just a filthy piece of blown up crap. Ready Go! sticks Bowser his scepter into the scaly rectum!
Love to Tony Gallo. I give you 1/1 real hero - for a real hero. :)
Released at: http://betamod.com/releases/beta012-player-two-ready-go/