Title: Climb, Lest I fall
Composer: Aivi Tran
If you took part in funding the Cryamore through Kickstarter, one of the perks was a digital download of the album. So far, only an 8-track album was released for download for backers. I’ve soaked in this first release for a while and really love this one track. If you’re a fan of snes games like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past juxtaposed with 8-bit timbres…then you’re going to love the final release of the full album. I already foresee an amazing soundtrack. Here’s a taste of what I mean with this track, “Climb, Lest I Fall.”
Hello. I just released a solo album covering every theme from SFII:TWW with live instruments.
Free Download at: http://yogafirewa.bandcamp.com/
I wrote up a quick, general survey asking some questions about Video Game Music, and I would love to have you beautiful people take part in the survey. Pretty much what I’m asking is:
What makes Video Game Music Unique?
Can you spot it out from a group of music?
I gave one or two examples in the question help section underneath the main questions as to show possible ways to go about answering it, but please don’t let it limit your responses to follow that frame of thought…let it it be a starting point. So in other words…even if both questions are general, you don’t have to let your answers be! :)
Thank you for your time for reading, especially if you do take part in the survey. I’m not collecting personal information either, so it’s a straight forward form submit without the strings. Also, depending on the success of this survey, there may be additional surveys in the future that link together. Thanks again…
Note: It would be a great help if you could spread this survey around via reblog for those on Tumblr. You’re kindness and help is always appreciated…thank you.
Title: A Cheerful Bandit
Game: Tales of Legendia
Composer: Go Shiina
Again. Tales of Legendia or Tales of Jazz? I’m completely blown away on the quality of the compositions and orchestrations. It’s one thing to have a diverse soundtrack—as most game do—but it’s another to dish out work like this, and keeping it up…
I’m under the impression that the last two I mentioned arranged only a couple of pieces and Go Shiina did the rest himself. If I’m getting that mixed up, correct me on it so I can give credit where it’s do.
Title: Detective Kidd’s Theme
Album: Genso Suikoden III Music Collection ~Rustling of the Wind~
This week’s listening comes from the Suikoden III Arranged Album Genso Suikoden III Music Collection ~Rustling of the Wind~. Hope you enjoy them! :)
Title: Bloody Tears :Stage4
Game: Castlevania Chronicle
Howdy all! This is actually going to be the track i end on for this soundtrack (you don’t mind, do you?). I’m not quite sure what direction I should head for next week’s theme, so tomorrow I might have a no-post day in preparation for next week’s theme. Actually, I think I found my theme… ;)
Title: Katamaritaino - [from Katamari Damacy]
Album: Volume 1
Band: The OneUps
vgmdb.net notes on this track:
08 Katamaritaino - [from Katamari Damacy]
Composed by Hideki Tobeta
Originally Published by Columbia Music
Arranged by Mustin
Featuring Rebekah Wood - Vocals
Anthony Lofton - Soprano & Tenor Saxophones
Greg Kennedy - Violin
Tim Yarbrough - Electric Guitar
William Reyes - Electric Nylon String Guitar
Mustin - Melodica, Piano, & Bass Guitar
Jared Dunn - High Hay, Egg Shakers, Tambourine, Claves, Bongos, & Bar Bell
Title: The Annihilation of Monsteropolis (Air Man)
Album: Get Equipped
Band: The Megas (Eric von Doymi; Greg Schneider; Josh Breeding; Mike Levinso)
The difficulty on choosing a single track to upload from this album was great, so much that I had to reason with myself that I would come back to upload more from the album on a later date ;). Enjoy!