Steven Seagal returns as environmental agent Forrest Taft, who must stop corrupt Aegis CEO Tommy Hughward (Hugh Grant), the kind of person who doesn’t care whether or not oil spills into the ocean or onto the land, just as long as it’s making money for him. He even makes commercials that make him look like he cares about the environment. Jennings is almost finished with building his new state-of-the art oil rig: AEGIS HORIZON. When Hughward finds out that Taft’s best friend Richard Palmer has a computer disk that contains information about defective equipment on AEGIS HORIZON, he sends out his goons to murder Palmer. When Taft tries to interfere, Hughward tries to kill Taft, but an Voodoo woman named Marie, who introduces Taft to her father Galeb, the local witch doctor, rescues Taft. With Marie’s help, Taft begins a trek through the Bayou, heading straight for AEGIS HORIZON to destroy it before it destroys the Gulf Coast.
Today I’ve dug up another thing from trumpet studio, a collection of mini Brian Mcwhorter pics from around Europe… Enjoy!
Today on throwback week is Instant, a very cool looking (and sounding) flash game that I did the music for a couple of years ago. Check it out!
Today for throwback week, is a list of the top ten excuses for the state of my face a couple years ago before it laid me up in the hospital for a week.
1. The first rule is I’m not supposed to talk about it.
2. The second rule is I’m not supposed to talk about it.
3. I fell down a flight of stairs (sad glance towards Tia).
4. The doctor said it would stop bleeding if I kept my finger out of there.
5. You should see the other guy..
6. No, seriously, the other guy was an Oregon State linebacker. He’s in a wheelchair right now.
7. I played bad in studio (sad glance towards McWhorter).
8.The cocaine was a bad idea…
9. I got half of a Michael Jackson.
10. I’m going to be Harvey Dent for Halloween next year.
Hello and welcome to throwback week!
First up is this remix/mashup of songs from the album Mark Gould and Pink Baby Monster. I made this back in 2008 as a project under Pink Baby Monster and trumpet professor Brian McWhorter. Enjoy!
Also, don’t forget to weigh in on the Clodewerks pre-contest contest!
I just finished a track and posted it over to this indaba contest for the facebook game Nightclub City. I’m really excited for this, and hope you will be too. As you will see during the upcoming throwback week, I have a little history with flash games working with programmer/comedian Alex Lemke.
Voting doesn’t begin until September 23rd, so all you can do is check it out for now. However, to sweeten the deal, I’m holding a little contest of my own. See, I really don’t have a name for the track right now, its just the name of the file I had it saved under. Whoever can come up with the the most Clode-appealing name will be crowned the pre-contest contest winner!
- Credit for naming the song.
- A free copy of the song, and the CD its on when it is released.
- A chance to meet up with the Clode with beers, or any other age-appropriate drink, on Clodewerks!
To submit, post it in a comment right here on the blog, or hit me up on the social sites. The deadline will be the 16th of September. Don’t wait, get your naming caps on and check out the track!
A big thank you to David for this amazing new logo, it looks great!
“But Clode,” you might ask, “what’s the logo grinning so devilishly about?”
Well, he’s plotting all of the great sounds (and sights) that will be coming from Clodewerks in the near future. Right now, the Clode Cave echoes with the sounds of new tracks, the blog swells with content to be posted, and the University of Oregon is hopefully preparing itself for putting up with me for another year.
Next week will be throwback week, where many of my pre-blog gems out there on the interwebs will be brought to the hallowed halls of the Clodewerks blog, with a new post everyday (starting Monday). Next month will feature the triumphant return of the Cleveland Show, as well as other productionly activities at KWVA. All of this as well as a bevvy of new tracks and blog posts, and hopefully some more collaborations with programmers and artists.