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Magic and Mayhem: Game rip

Game info

Name: Magic and Mayhem
Characteristics: Real-time strategy game
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Developer: Mythos Games
Original/port composers: Simon Emerson, Martin Russell
Platform: PC Windows (1998)

Music info

Released: 1998
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Simon Emerson, Martin Russell
Music type: Game rip
My rating: 9/10
Num of tunes: 12
Num of CDs: 1
Play time: 38:45

My info

As good tradition in games from Bethesda Softworks is, we have again great soundtrack to listen. But this time we don't have "ordinary medieval fantasy tunes", these are very original tunes with various ideas. Some tunes remind celtic tunes in "Lords of the dance style", some others remind cool athmospheric futuristic but *not* boring feeling. Great, soundtrack as it has to be! [9/10]



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Facts / description

Thanks to Nullstring for this info:

The tracklist of the game is this: (artist: Afro Celt Sound System)
01 - Celtic I (Urban Aire)
02 - Celtic II (Release)
03 - Celtic III
04 - Celtic IV
05 - Greek I
06 - Greek II
07 - Greek III (Eistigh Liomsa Sealad/Listen to Me)
08 - Greek IV
Medieval I (Eistigh Liomsa Sealad/Listen to Me)
09 - Medieval II (Sure As Not)
10 - Medieval III
11 - Medieval IV

There are no official titles for the songs; the "Celtic," "Greek" and "Medieval" titles simply correspond to the three environments players encounter during the game. While a few of the songs are simply brief, atmospheric pieces, there are several gems that ACSS fans will not want to miss, including a beautiful duet between Celtic harp and Uilleann pipes ("Greek II"), an ambient, Peter Gabriel-esque melody ("Celtic IV"), and alternate, previously unreleased instrumental versions of tracks from Volumes 1 and 2. The game's instruction manual also includes an essay by Simon explaining how the music was composed.

Source: The source of the information is available here: (on the soundtrack's section)
http://www.afrocelts.org/wst_page5.html

Another site has related info, and the same track titles:
For the track titles, and the original name of some of the tracks:
http://www.chaos-squad.com/g_mm.html

Tracklist

01 - Celtic I (Urban Aire)
02 - Celtic II (Release)
03 - Celtic III
04 - Celtic IV
05 - Greek I
06 - Greek II
07 - Greek III (Eistigh Liomsa Sealad/Listen to Me)
08 - Greek IV
Medieval I (Eistigh Liomsa Sealad/Listen to Me)
09 - Medieval II (Sure As Not)
10 - Medieval III
11 - Medieval IV

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Record created/updated: 6. April 2009.
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