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Liberation ENGAGE! (full)

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Jul 21, 2013 | 12:55 PM EDT
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2.8 MB
3 min 6 sec
3.69 / 5.00

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The full theme of Rokkito Usagi. This was actually supposed to be the original, but at the time, I couldn't think of any extra notes to add, so I went with the one minute version. Here's the full version in of its glory.

Truth is, I've had this theme in mind for Rokkito since year 2009 give or take, and I didn't even have a name for it back then, nor did I have a way to bring the theme to life, so to speak. Being "musically inclined" somewhat, I tend to hear music in my head, most of which being ideas I could make into tunes of my own if/when given the chance. I was actually at a job seminar or something like that, don't really remember, when the theme came to me. It was like a cross between "Fire" by Scooter (which was the Liu Kang vs Smoke theme in that godawful movie Mortal Kombat Annihilation) and "Cannonball", the theme for Omega Zero in Megaman Zero 3, which I'm sure many Megaman Zero 3 players will notice the Cannonball homage at the 1:07 - 1:27 mark. To my amazement, given my selective memory, I remembered how (part of) that theme went four year later when I got my hands on FL Studio 11 with the help of a good online friend (God bless him ^_^) and so I made Rokkito's theme. Since it had been a while, I went with a shorter version of my original vision, but nonetheless Rokkito's theme was born, and of course sometime after making the shorter version, this version came to be. All it needed was a name, and given the fact that Rokkito represents freedom for all within his series in addition to having a "de-roboticizer" called the "Liberator" (as a counter to the creation of his arch-nemesis Dr. Vigo's "Institutionalizer"), that was how Rokkito's theme song got its name.


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