04 Aug 2011
You can hear our song Vale Deah in Bungie's awesome ViDoc that was released today on bungie.net -- it's at around 39:21.
The whole ViDoc, if you're a Bungie fan, is delicious and interesting, made only better by the appearance of Burnie, Geoff, Claude, and other usual suspects.
It's incredibly flattering to have our song playing in the background while Jason Jones is on-screen. Jones is a classicist-poet-warrior-coder whose vision and creative force in Marathon, Myth, and Halo was responsible for many inspirations, and many hours of reflection, usually out of ammo, far away from a save terminal, and looking in real fear at the approaching red triangles on the motion sensor while figuring out the Latin displayed on the terminal in front of me.
Friday July 26, 1996, 9:56 AM
i'm putting tin foil up on the windows, sitting down in the dark to dream.
If you'd like to listen to the song by itself, you can click on the Music tab or click here
11 Jun 2004
Thanks to all the fine folks who came over from Red vs. Blue and took the time to write us or signed our mailing list.
We've got a new sound clip up. This one is for a tune called Superhero. It was inspired by the DC Comics graphic novel Watchmen. Superhero is also the tune that Caboose boogies to at the end of Red vs. Blue S2:E28.
23 May 2004
If you came here from Red vs. Blue, you might be curious to find out more about us.
The connection between Trocadero and RvB is through Nico, who makes music for those fine folks. You might have heard some of our music already, like Vale Deah, which plays over the end credits on the first season DVD, and also Blood Gulch Blues, which plays over the beginning credits.