Off I go once again to uncertain, Internet-less destinations. But not quietly, never quietly, never without some sort of TAY parting gift...
The 5th and final mission has been released last Friday. What began as an experiment back in 2009 became something much greater and after four previous live sets, “Requiem For Outer Haven” closes this project much like I am expecting Metal Gear Solid V to be the series swan, magnum opus song. Fourteen tracks, starts with Philip Glass and ends with Ludwig Von, with the middle filled with my own tracks made from 2009 to the current year (with exclusive twists). Voice samples plenty, feel free to try and figure where they all come from in this much more relaxed and chilled out journey when compared to last year’s auditive assault. Pick your flavor below.
This would be the time I go quiet and let August peacefully pass until the September barrage of video games begins. But I decided to mix things up a little during this month... enter Project Ages.
For each and every Monday, Wednesday and Friday there will be a new video game themed album release. These are compilations of all my video game covers/remixes made in the past five years, grouped by genre or specific game series. It was the best solution I could find to have my works more readily available to fans of each series.
Age I has been released earlier today, a rather fortunate coincidence considering Commodore Amiga’s recent 30th anniversary. “Age of Turrican” is a Chris Huelsbeck tribute, featuring all thirteen of my current Turrican series covers. Pick you poison below.
That is all from me at this time. Hope you enjoy these LP’s, with eleven more to come before September arrives (follow Shiryu Music news here). I wish everyone at TAY an awesome Summer vacations (if you have any) and a mild Winter (in case you live in the southern hemisphere).
Remember: Shoot or die. Play Hard, Play Loud! ᕦ(ò_óˇ)ᕤ
*OMAKE* I almost forgot there is a Legendary Shiryu Music Super Summer Sale going on! So if you plan on helping me pay the bills, make sure you don’t over pay!