Pilotwings: Take Flight

by halc

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Gregory Evangelista
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Gregory Evangelista Pilotwings has one of the more underrated soundtracks out there, and this remix album does justice to some of the better tracks in the catalogue. A fun and bouncy album, light chiptune touches mixed with soaring synths combine for a consistently enjoyable EP. Favorite track: You Don't Talk About Flight Club.
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An Official OverClocked ReMix EP
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Press & Support:

"As fluffy and airy as the games that inspired it, Take Flight should help you over the mid-week slump." - Tony Ponce (Destructoid)
www.destructoid.com/-take-flight-with-oc-remix-s-new-pilotwings-album-226468.phtml

"SNES classic Pilotwings had a pretty good soundtrack, and it sounds better now it's been remixed." - James Newton (Nintendo Life)
www.nintendolife.com/news/2012/04/remixed_pilotwings_soundtrack_takes_flight

"... this collection of seven tracks takes the tunes of [Pilotwings] and reworks them into beepy chiptunes with a heavy dose of smoothness." - Matthew Green (Press the Buttons)
www.pressthebuttons.com/2012/04/pilotwings-takes-flight-with-new-ocremix-album.html

credits

released April 24, 2012

Artwork designed by Blake Troise (aka PROTODOME).
protodome.bandcamp.com

Arranged and produced by Drew Wheeler (aka halc).

Pilotwings original soundtrack composed by Soko Oyo.
Pilotwings 64 original soundtrack composed by Dan Hess.
Pilotwings: Resort original soundtrack composed by Asuka Ito.

This album is freely available online and is not being distributed for profit. This album is not affiliated with or endorsed by Nintendo. All original composition are copyright their respective owners. Don't crash!

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