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(Why has nobody made a page for this yet lol; Poor cojum dip)
 
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'''Videojuegos Volume 1''' is the first of the two videogame-rock-cover albums created by [[Bora Karaca]] under his band's name, [[Cojum Dip]]. Both the albums were released on the same day, the other being [[Videojuegos Volume 2]], and making up the only two other releases Cojum Dip has officially made, appearing two years before the band's self-titled [[Cojum Dip (Album)]].
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'''Videojuegos Volume 1''' is the first of the two videogame-rock-cover albums created by [[Bora Karaca]] under his band's name, [[Cojum Dip]].<ref name=videojuegos>[https://cojumdip.bandcamp.com/album/videojuegos-volume-1 Videojuegos: Volume 1 on Bandcamp.]</ref> Both the albums were released on the same day, the other being [[Videojuegos Volume 2]], and making up the only two other releases Cojum Dip has officially made, appearing two years before the band's self-titled [[Cojum Dip (Album)]].
Not much else can be said about the album, other than it's all Mega Man 2 covers.
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==Production==
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On the bandcamp page for the album, Bora states:
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"Save for the drum embellishments as the sections repeat, I tried to go for authentic guitar reproduction of the 3 monophonic synth tracks to which the Mega Man games were limited. No guitar effects were used besides distortion.
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That includes delay effects that were faked with the harmony doubling the melody, played a split second later. Or chorus effects by intentionally whacking the second guitar out of tune. Or "toms" played by the bass."<ref name=videojuegos></ref>
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==Track listing==
 
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 14:26, 31 August 2019

Videojuegos: Volume 1
Cojumdipvideovol1.jpg
Studio Album
Released 2012
Length 25:00
Label Indpendent
Producer Bora Karaca


Videojuegos Volume 1 is the first of the two videogame-rock-cover albums created by Bora Karaca under his band's name, Cojum Dip.[1] Both the albums were released on the same day, the other being Videojuegos Volume 2, and making up the only two other releases Cojum Dip has officially made, appearing two years before the band's self-titled Cojum Dip (Album).

Production[edit]

On the bandcamp page for the album, Bora states:

"Save for the drum embellishments as the sections repeat, I tried to go for authentic guitar reproduction of the 3 monophonic synth tracks to which the Mega Man games were limited. No guitar effects were used besides distortion.

That includes delay effects that were faked with the harmony doubling the melody, played a split second later. Or chorus effects by intentionally whacking the second guitar out of tune. Or "toms" played by the bass."[1]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Writers Lead Singers Duration
1. "Mega Man 2 Introduction" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 1:27
2. "Press Start/Boss Battle" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 1:38
3. "Metal Man" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 2:41
4. "Bubble Man" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 2:22
5. "Heat Man" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 1:45
6. "Wood Man" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 2:18
7. "Air Man" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 3:05
8. "Crash Man" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 2:24
9. "Flash Man" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 2:12
10. "Quick Man" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 2:38
11. "Dr. Wily 2.1" Takashi Tateishi Instrumental 2:30

References[edit]