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Last updated: 7.May, 2017.
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These are all tunes that have been reviewed by me (Mirsoft). If you want to see the best tunes according my rating, click here. Btw., I'll be really happy if you will add some reviews to music records, if you have different opinion than me, or if you see your favourite album is not reviewed yet. The reviews don't have to be long, it's enough if they will be as long as mine. Just click Add your review and follow the few steps there.

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Duke Nukem 3D: Fan soundtrack [9/10] [2004]
Almost three hours of hellish music, full of great ideas and athmosphere. Those were the days of games like Duke Nukem 3D. And with help of slightly re-arrangement from original Midi tunes to the CD-quality was possible to create this awesome fan soundtrack. Get it, what are you waiting for, christmass? :)


Duke Nukem 3D: Other [8/10]
Great Duke Nukem themes.. Second one is specially cool, it is not playing in the game, but there is singing Duke! :) Let's rooock :)


Dune 2000: Game rip [7/10] [02 Aug 1998]
Cool realtime strategy soundtrack done in well known Command & Conquer style - hard action themes are followed with slower ones and also few athmospheric; all have many ideas, though the C&C tunes seemed to me a bit better.


Dune: Game rip (Amiga) [1992] Music Download Info
Stephane Picq haven't done many game music pieces, but what he did was absolutely great. My recommendation is to listen to the tunes from Dune, or KGB. They're really worth of downloading! :)


Dungeon Keeper: Game rip [7/10] [1997]
Only three tunes, intro, outro and one game tune. As I remember, other sounds have been ambient anyway, also the one game tune isn't very listenable, though it is very very interesting - I felt really as in crazy dungeons! :)


Earth 2140: Game rip [9/10] [1997]
Great soundtrack, you can see main leading melody in more tunes, also in techno-style made, though the tunes are mostly slow melodic, with lot of ideas. Class!


Earth 2150: Game rip (Win) [5/10] [12 Jun 2000]
I'm not sayng these tunes are bad, they have some very nice motives, but generally they were not so sharp to bring anything to make scratches in the memory - simply they come, they gone....


Earthworm Jim: Game rip [9/10] [1995]
Great happy tunes - everyone is else than another, and you can listen to great ideas and melodies. Btw., track 06 is the creaziest "sweet tune" I've ever heard :)


Ecco the Dolphin: Game rip [7/10] [1992]
Not bad slow wet tunes. From time to time the slow tunes come a bit boring, but as a underwater soundtrack it has many nice wet themes and motives.


Elder Scrolls: Morrowind, The: Game rip [7/10] [01 May 2002]
Only two tracks from demoversion, but great promise for the future when I get more.


Elder Scrolls: Morrowind, The: Original soundtrack [8/10] [2002]
I'm afraid I haven't heard bad RPG music from Bethesda guys and the third part of Elder Scrolls is not an exception. Nice melodic adventurous tunes, only problem is that some tracks deeper in the CD are bit out of ideas, but as a whole it's still great soundtrack.


Eliot Britton: The World is Beyond Square [9/10]
Well, I usually won't leave the arranged MP3 tunes, but this one is exception. It's 27 minutes long medley from various Squaresoft games (mostly Final Fantasy), and it's very well made. It's without doubt worth of leaving.


Emergency 2: Game rip (Win) [9/10] [09 Apr 2003]
Imagine emergency - that's what are these tracks about. Fast electronic techno tunes, which keep the adrenaline high. Go, heal, and rescue with the help of great music like this!


Enemy Engaged: RAH-66 Comanche vs. KA-52 Hokum: Game rip (Win) [7/10] [2000]
Drummy flyyyyyyying tunes. Quite nice and especially very fit to a flight simulator game. You really feel like in air listening to these.


Entomorph: Plague of the Darkfall: Game rip (Dos) [1995]
Very nice tune, though only 47 seconds long :)


Eradicator: Game rip [4/10] [1996]
Only one very short 1 minute track, which was Redbook audio in PSX version. Hard guitars without any deeper idea, below average.


Evergrace: Original soundtrack (PS2) [7/10] [26 Jul 2000] ABCA-66
Really different and original soundtrack, with many noises and melodies, but to tell the truth - there are also better ones.


Evil Islands: Curse Of The Lost Soul: Game rip (Win) [7/10] [17 Apr 2001]
Very nice medieval tunes, often surprising original and remember me good Rage of Mages, which have been done by the same company


Evil Twin: Cyprien's Chronicles: Game rip [5/10] [13 Oct 2001]
This soundtrack ballances a lot - some tracks are listenable, some are horrible belling on some musical instruments :) But tunes in horror games have to be a bit strange :)


Evolva: Game rip [6/10] [24 May 2000]
Very bizzarre music, often athmospheric.


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