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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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Excessive Speed: Game rip (Win) [8/10] [1998]
Fast techno tunes. Various ideas, but not so many as another rocking soundtrack "Fire Fight" from the same company.


Exhumed: Game rip [9/10] [1996]
Great egyptian tunes! Some are athmospheric, some have nice melodies, but together they offer great soundtrack!


Exhumed: Game rip [9/10] [1996]
Nice additional tracks that I didn't have (weird, I had original PC version where these audio tracks haven't been).


Exile: Game rip [6/10] [29 Mar 1991]
I'm not quite sure which is this one from, I'm only guessing that it's from RPG Exile by Spiderweb Software. But the tunes aren't very RPG-like :) Some dancing tracks, some ambient, generally nothing excellent, but at least worth of leaving :)


Extreme Assault: Original soundtrack (Dos) [8/10] [1997] CH-008
Great orchestral tracks. Great melodies, feeling and action. Only bad thing is that it doesn't have many ideas, only few motives which are often repeating. It is made in way like movie soundtracks are, but fortunately it's not so boring. :)


Eye Of The Beholder: Game rip [1990]
Very nice adventurous tunes, but the soundtrack is too short to rate.


F1 Racing Simulation: Game rip [6/10] [1997]
Actually not a soundtrack, only only 16 short 20 seconds themes. Nice, but too short... :|


Falcom Classics: Game rip (Saturn) [8/10] [06 Nov 1997]
Nice melodic adventurous tunes. Though they mostly are very known from other Falcom CDs, which has been released really very much. :)


Fate of the Dragon: Game rip [6/10] [14 Feb 2001]
A bit lower quality, and sometimes maybe too atmospheric and generally short, but some cool ideas do this music little bit above average.


Fifth Element, The: Game rip [7/10] [01 Oct 1998]
Different tracks, some are really cool with strong athmosphere and often with known motives from 5th Element movies. Some others are a bit out of ideas, but generally it's good soundtrack.


Fighting Force: Game rip [6/10] [31 Oct 1997]
Not very strong soundtrack - though there are some good ideas, you will forget it after listening...


Filip Oscadal: Dissolver [8/10] [01 Dec 1997] HUMRCD1
Cool slow computerized tracks. Nice music for just pure listening and good mood :).


Final Fantasy 10: Original soundtrack (PS2) [6/10] [01 Aug 2001] SSCX-10054~7
Well, another 4CDs of the Final Fantasy Soundtrack, and the music was a bit disappointing for me. There are of course good passages, but the 4 hours of listening contain simply too much boring space fillers. But maybe to the game alone it can fit better.


Final Fantasy 11: Original Sountrack Limited Edition [9/10] [05 Jun 2002] SSCX-10067~8
After disappointing soundtrack to FF10 I didn't expect lot from this one - but how was I surprised! This is return to true highs of great melodies and awesome ideas. Most tunes on this album have been done by not very known musician Naoshi Mizuta and it was really good choice, because he brings lot of fresh music to the album. Together with experience from Nobuo Uematsu & co. is the result of this soundtrack clear - Final Fantasy, welcome back to the top! :)


Final Fantasy 4 - Celtic Moon [8/10] [26 Nov 1994] PSCN-5017
Fifteen best tunes from Final Fantasy 4 re-arranged with celtic instruments and converted to the classic "celtic" feel. If you like adventurous FF4 music and if you like celtic one too, this album sure won't disappoint you!


Final Fantasy 7 Original Soundtrack (MIDI) (Audio CD) [9/10] [1996] Music Download Info
Great soundtrack from great game!


Final Fantasy 8: Original soundtrack [8/10] [01 Mar 1999] SSCX-10028
Final Fantasy 8, one of the best Final Fantasy games (musically), and it's full 4-CD soundtrack. Expect cool adventurous tunes with some faster includings, common Final Fantasy themes and a lot more. Also leading and ending singing themes are cool. There are sure better soundtracks in the world, but FF8 OST sure means 4 CD of very good music!


Final Fantasy Vocal Collections 1 ~ Pray [9/10] [25 Jun 1994] PSCN-5006
Remakes of best Final Fantasy (3-6) tunes, but like the singing themes! And what a themes they are and what a singing it is! If we don't count the original soundtracks, it is one of the best Final Fantasy albums - really worth of listening!


Final Fantasy Vocal Collections 2 ~ Love Will Grow [7/10] [25 Nov 1995] PSCN-5041
As first part, also very well singed most famous Final Fantasy melodies (mostly from FF3-FF6). It is a bit slower album than previous one and the chosen songs in previous one have been better, but it's still very good listening.


Final Racing: Game rip (Win) [6/10] [1998]
Only three guitar racing track from demoversion of the game. Nothing special, but not bad. :)


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