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Published on Jan 23, 2013
Original song by Riccardo Zara Game Boy: Fabio "Kenobit" Bortolotti Vocals: Andrea "Bisboch" Babich Tiger/uppercut: Sagat (from SFII) Roar: Blanka (form SFII)
The Game Boy cover version was sequenced with LSDJ by Kenobit on a Saturday afternoon, and sung by Bisboch on that very Saturday evening for episode #11 of the Outcast Sound Shower podcast. It was made just for fun and still is!
Video was made by converting many of the original anime opening/ending frames in true Commodore 64 NUFLI format (16 colors fixed palette, 320x200). Dithering, luminance and palette had to be manually adjusted frame by frame, Frames were then imported into Sony Vegas, trying to sync the video to the beat. The idea of using a C64 styled slideshow comes from the immense power of Tiger Mask keyframes even as static pictures, further empowered by the raw feeling of the dithered Commodore palette. Please, take your time, pause the video and explore the rude yet elegant graininess of the keyframes, and dive deep in sunken memories of Eighties afternoons made of cartoons and videogames.