|5||Whatever Mattered (Live.Cut)|
Bass – Roman StiftDrums – Gerhard HöfflerGuitar – Adam Wehsely-SwiczinskyVocals, Keyboards – Stev
Exclusive tracks for album purchasers. Available for download from mind.in.a.box's homepage using a code provided within the "R.E.T.R.O" album artwork.
Video - mind.in.a.box - Whatever Mattered (live.cut)
This video is a special "live cut" version of the song "Whatever Mattered". If you visit one of our live shows sometime, it will sound more like this live than the original version on R.E.T.R.O. We have tried to capture the mood of the song in this video, and played a bit with some unusual camera perspectives. Adam had to play with a cast on his right arm because he had had some troubles with a bouncer. Never discuss anything with a bouncer ;) We hope you'll enjoy this video!
Video - mind.in.a.box - 8Bits
In this video for our song "8 Bits" you can see Markus, who writes all the lyrics of mind.in.a.box, and Roman, our live bass player. Although they dressed up in special retro gear for this video, the two really are quite retro :) Markus collects lots of retro computer stuff, and Roman has been a true gamer since C64 times. It wouldn't be a suprise to meet him on a gaming server. The song itself is an homage to the game "The Great Giana Sisters".
mind.in.a.box - Reflections (V2)
Maybe you know the track "Reflections" from our second mind.in.a.box album "Dreamweb". Someone asked me why this track is so short at the end, so I made a special longer version. This is for them. It is almost the same track as the original on the album, but with a new "keyboard solo" near the end.
mind.in.a.box - Walking (10min.mix)
This is a special remix of our song "Walking" that I did several years ago. There definitely is no song that I spent more time working on than Walking. I did at least ten different versions and remixes before I was happy with the version that finally got onto "Lost Alone". This version here is definitely the longest version I did.
Parsec - DiamondX
Here is a track that didn't make it onto R.E.T.R.O, but that we would still like to give as a little present to the fans of our own game "Parsec - there is no safe distance". It's a version of the old tune "DiamondX", the original of which was done about 10 years ago.