Wolverine: Adamantium Rage
Wolverine: Adamantium Rage
November 1, 1994
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Attachment The music track "Tri-Fusion" composed by Dylan Beale for the SNES version of Wolverine: Adamantium Rage is considered by some to be one of the earliest songs in the grime music genre, predating "Crime" by Dizzee Rascal and "Year 2000" by Wiley by 6 years. At the time, Beale was a member of the jungle music duo Rude & Deadly and used his task to write music for the game "as an opportunity to try out a West Coast hip-hop sound, but the faster boss tracks were more influenced by jungle". Beale only had 200kb of sample space to work with due to the limitation of 16-bit game cartridges, resulting in a rough, digital sound comparable to early grime tracks. Describing his work, Beale said: "I basically sampled an orchestral stab and the bass, a hi-hat, snare, a few things like that, then I had to trim them down to minute sizes". In 2023, Beale released the game's soundtrack to purchase on Bandcamp as a digital download or vinyl double LP, alongside an extended version of "Tri-Fusion".
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