Composition/Arrangement: Tetsuya Tamura
Genre: TECH DANCE
VJ: VJ GYO
First Music Game Appearance: beatmania IIDX 18 Resort Anthem
Other Music Game Appearances: None.
Song Connections / Remixes
- EXTREMA PT.2 is the sequel to Remo-con's earlier non-BEMANI song, EXTREMA PT.1.3.
- A sequel to EXTREMA PT.2, EXTREMA PT.3, has been released by Remo-con.
- A long version of EXTREMA PT.2, EXTREMA PT.2 (Extended Mix), appears on the VIBLE 02: V.A. Mixed by REMO-CON album and on the Remo-con Exclusive DJ MIX DVD, which is bundled with Y&Co's album, BEST HIT YCO.
- Another long version of EXTREMA PT.2, titled Extrema Pt.2 (Exclusive Live Version), can be found on Remo-con's second album, rhetoric.
- EXTREMA PT.2 marks the first time when Tetsuya Tamura uses his Remo-con alias since GOLDEN CROSS in beatmania IIDX 14 GOLD CS.
- EXTREMA is also the name of a show that Remo-con participates in with several other DJs, all of which have been at Studio CUBE326, a popular nightclub in Tokyo, Japan.
Song Production Information
Welcome to my EXTREMA plan!
This time, after a long absence, I wanted to make a song with my main style of dance-tech.
In fact, I have already made Part 3 for this series.
The familiar sounds of Wobble Bass and Dub Step can be heard as a common theme in this song, even with some new elements added.
And I will be hosting a party at the titular place in about two or three months.
A schedule of the event will be posted on Remo-con.com, along with any exemptions.
Nhato pronounces the section like "ekusutorurururururetsuma!", like a trill off his tongue.
Video Production Information
Difficulty & Notecounts
beatmania IIDX difficulty rated from 1 to 12. (Ratings and notecounts obtained from BEMANIWiki 2nd.)
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