"Long before Summer of 84 or Turbo Kid, there was the Montreal summer of 2008, when the Cannon-inspired logo for creative collective Les Enfants Terribles first emblazoned screens. It was accompanied by a synth theme created by the then-trio Le Matos. When the logo disappeared, what followed was a Godfrey Ho-homage helmed by RKSS, itself a trio. It had a score by the band with members doing double duty behind the camera, along with sound design and voice-overs. Most of LET were on screen or lending their voices. The first of three Ninja Eliminator trailers was born."
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Favorite track: all of them.
I cannot explain why I am compelled to buy every release by 'Dance with the Dead'... but I do. The compositions are more than outrun or synthwave... they are fantastic works. Admittedly as an X-generation teen of the 1980s, since I cannot find these releases on CD and I prefer physical media, I do create ones on archival CDs for my personal collection. Nicholas de Lioncourt (real)