First off, stop playing Thrust Lifter. I know it's hard...VERY HARD. But this is Valentine's Day. It's about HER, not rescuing the Chilenoids. I'm not even going to provide a link to the game. Hey, don't click on that!
Now that you're NOT playing videogames, let's set the stage for a wonderful Valentine's Day.
Step 1. Breakfast in bed. How about some heart-shaped waffles? Don't even think about fake butter, buddy.
Step 2. Say: "I had an amazing dream last night. Then I woke up next to someone even more amazing."
Step 3. What's that? A box of chocolates! Nice. But say: "Chocolate is great. But let's face it...Mr. Hershey never tasted your lips."
Step 4. Present your clipboard. "I made a list of everything that's great about you. Let's begin with item #00000001."
Step 5. Hold on a minute! No background music??? ZOMG, you fool!!! Download Thrust Lifter OST on your iPod NOW!!!
Thank Gawd I'm here to save your marriage.
Download the Thrust Lifter OST right now.
Thank me when you have 4.5 children and a dog to fetch your slippers.
Now what does a half-child look like?
Oh and... Let's do the pelvic thrust... Dim the lights, play that in the background and that first child is on the way! :)
This was seriously irresponsible of you, Matt! In the wrong hands, this music is just too powerful; the potential for exploiting its effects is enormous. Now I have crowds of women chasing me, and not even Yoko Ono's music can counter the effects of "Thrust Lifter OST."
Haha, you guys are something else.
I'm really hoping I can get a new game project underway soon, because I'm dying to take another crack at the soundtrack. It's amazing what can come out of you if you start playing around with garageband. To my ear, I'm hearing strains of surf and country western.
I've been playing with the idea of doing some vocals for the next one, though I haven't decided what style. I've always been a fan of 70s metal bands like Blue Oyster Cult, Steppenwolf, Deep Purple, and Black Sabbath, so hopefully I'll be able to bring some of that in to the next one. I was listening to Smoke on the Water a couple days ago and that opening riff STILL makes every hair on my arm stand up.
Hah, all the ladies will swarm about me when my mighty phone rings!
Jokes aside though, those mp3's were quite good, how did you make them?
Thanks, bro. I used Garageband.