This week in issues what make you snicker: Here is somebody’s mod that places One Winged Angel, arguably essentially the most well-known piece of music to return out of Ultimate Fantasy as a collection, into Trombone Champ. (opens in new tab) Now you can watch blocky Nineteen Nineties Sephiroth, would-be world destroying deity, badly destroy his personal theme music on the trombone.
Modder Henry Zhou’s Textbook (opens in new tab) has cooked up this adaptation, full with customized chart and background orchestration of Sephiroth taking part in a trombone. Not simply any trombone, thoughts, however one with a ridiculously lengthy slide as a result of if Sephiroth’s sword is like eight toes lengthy you higher consider his trombone is gonna be even longer.
Here is the factor: Simply after I was getting type of bored, after I figured the entire joke was taking part in out, that I might seen what there was to be seen, heard what there was to be heard, I remembered one thing.
One Winged Angel has what quantities to 3 complete acts baked into it. It transitions from symphonic insanity, into orchestral bombast full with chanting, into electrical guitar shredding, then climaxes in a fusion of all three types. As every of those durations kick off the observe’s background imagery switches to appropriately wonderful scenes.
It is a delight and you probably have any reminiscence of Sephiroth’s boss music, or Ultimate Fantasy VII, or Introduction Youngsters, or any of the locations this music has turned up, I feel you may actually get pleasure from watching it above or on YouTube. (opens in new tab) The YouTube additionally has a hyperlink so that you can obtain the abomination your self, if you wish to give it a go.
Trombone Champ already gave us Megalovania (opens in new tab), and the Philadelphia Orchestra trombone part completely sucking (opens in new tab) at it, however now this? What different items may this “on the spot recreation of the 12 months contender” (opens in new tab) give?
Do I dare hope for A Merciless Angel’s Thesis? (opens in new tab) I can dare, and I do hope.