A gift for the fans from the creative team behind Toonami.
After a previous posted asked Toonami faithful to make several shows on Toonami (yes even Tenchi GXP), some of the top tweeted items of that night, the crew behind the slot would release a new remixed album. Sure enough on X-Mas Eve, they did just that with the Toonami Supernova Megamix. Here's what they had to say in warm regards:
Thank you to all out Toonami faithful. You brought us back and supported us through thick and thin, put up with Jason’s crabbiness and even watched Tenchi GXP for us :)! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. As a present to you for all of your hard work, we in turn worked hard on this sequel to our Toonami Black Hole Megamix, the Toonami Supernova Megamix by Skull Island! Do us a favor and give some props to Brent Busby, he did pretty much all of the work on this one with some track selection and direction from DJ Clarknova. Also- congrats to the winner of our cover contest, please identify yourself so we can give you credit! And thanks to EVERYONE who made a cover, as you guys can see we got some amazing submissions!
Well, that’s about it! Please click the picture which should take you to sendspace to download the free mix! Feel free to re-host on your own sites/blogs and share with friends!
We hope you enjoy this mix, and we hope you have an AMAZING holiday!
Love, the Toonami crew.
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