Macs Power New Gaming Themed Musical Parody
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 5 comments
VT & Yukon, creators of musical parodies with a focus on computer games, have released a new gaming-theme parody song and video. Entitled I Live to Pwn (Boulevard of Broken n00bs) and inspired by Green Day's Boulevard of Broken Dreams, the video features footage from Quake 4, Unreal Tournament 2004, and Call of Duty 2.
All the game footage was recorded from Intel based Macs running Universal Binary versions of the games. Macs were also used to create, edit, and produce the song and video in Logic and Final Cut.
Here's a bit of info on the artists:
Yes, in addition to being long-time podcasters and self-proclaimed gaming experts, VT & Yukon are also musicians (of a sort). With a style that's simultaneously recognizable and unclassifiable, they are one of only a handful of artists creating music specifically for gamers. The video contains brief use of adult language. Click on the links below for more information.
I Live to Pwn (Boulevard of Broken n00bs)
In 2006, VT & Yukon released their first studio album "Vortikon" on an unsuspecting world and things haven't been the same since. Featuring eight original tracks, including the internet hit "Granny Got Game," Vortikon can now be found on online music stores including iTunes, eMusic and Napster.
VT & Yukon Music
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