Unlike the last two reviewers, I'm not really a fan of Pogo; he has a few nice tracks but there's probably something wrong with me as I don't gel with the cutesy/mellow type music he seems to focus on (even his supposedly hardcore tracks are quite mellow), and this track falls under that category.
That being said it does take skill to find, chop up and rearrange samples with minimal alteration and make it fit together somewhat like a puzzle. Unfortunately, as with most of Pogo's tracks, it feels like the primary selling point is the fact that it uses these samples rather than the music itself; there tends to be little significant progression within the track and more importantly, little variation between tracks so all tracks under the category start sounding the same.
Good effort though, just doesn't happen to be my thing. Luckily for you seems this was posted before the new rules regarding samples came into place here on NG. :)
You've got it, this has more feeling in it than 99% of the stuff on this site. Compared to Pogo though (which is unfair, I know :D) the song could use some more clear melody parts, most of the samples now act more as additions to the beat. But don't get me wrong, it's still the best non-Pogo Pogomix I've heard. I must try my own sometime soon. Good job.
Oh, and your Pogo-fanvid of WOAD is utterly mindblowing, professional stuff.
I have to give this a perfect score...
...because I feel like you are headed in the perfect direction.
I need to jump on this Pogo-inspired bandwagon and get going with my own Pogomix...
Jeesh, good stuff.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.