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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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Gender Wars: Game rip [7/10] [Mar 1996]
Quite nice tunes, with soft futuristic feel they remind me a bit Amiga times, maybe some famous 16-bit musician made them (though I don't know who...).


Giana Sister 2001 (C64) [5/10] TWO5045-12
Four remixes of famous Giana Sisters tunes. One of these remixes is on 'Chris Huelsbeck In The Mix CD', one is Medley found on dozens of Huelsbecks CDs (firstly was on Rainbows) and the rest two didn't mean much new - just two new trancey remixes of known tunes, nothing more.


Gobliins 2: Other [6/10] [1992]
Actually I don't know where these tunes came from. It's only two tunes and I didn't remember them from the game. Anyway, they are in CD quality, though ideas of the game tunes have been MUCH better.


Goblins 3: Game rip [5/10] [1993]
Music weird enough to be in the Goblins games. I only don't know where have been lost those great tunes played in the Goblins 3 game and which I'm still searching for. These ones are quite nice, though sometimes too ambient, and most importantly, I don't remember them from the game, well... Hm, maybe I have only bad memory..


Goblins 3: Game rip [1993]
Only one short intro tune, though nice and typically weird for Gobliiins games :)


Golden Axe: Game rip [7/10] [23 Dec 1989]
What to say about these classic tunes? There are from time to time nice melodic tunes, though some passages are a bit "too beepy". I mostly don't archive MP3 rips of synthesized tunes, because they're available in much more compressed formats. And Golden Axe is not an exception.


Goldeneye 007: Original soundtrack (N64) [6/10] [1997]
Classic James Bond themes covered from right, left, up and down :) I can't say it's bad, but I've heard James Bond theme sooooo many times, that it slightly starts to be going like Star Wars theme. Anyway, there are some additional themes fortunately, soo it's still worth of listening.


Golgotha: Game rip (Win) [8/10]
Very nice soundtrack with little bit horror feeling, and especialy with many action ideas, from different parts of the world. Really nice. :)


Gradius Gaiden: Game rip (PS1) [8/10] [28 Aug 1997]
Nice arcade music with lot of melodies and typical "japanese power rock feeling". Imagine you and plenty of monsters to shot, or just play the music during any work, it's cool!


Gran Turismo 3 A-Spec: Original soundtrack (PS2) [5/10] [06 Jun 2001] VRCH-4006
Well, I don't like Grand Turismo tunes very much, they come a bit boring to me. GT3 soundtrack is not an exception - fast techno racing tunes, but without any ideas, only hard beats and guitars... And of course one nice Grand Turismo melody, which is the same in all parts of this game.


Grand Theft Auto 2: Game rip [9/10] [22 Oct 1999]
Very original soundtrack - it contains two and half hours of recordings from various "radio stations" (not real, but created directly for this game), with all the contents that radio stations have - various styles of music, spoken words (mostly very funny and/or pervert :) ), competitions, phone calls, mafia stations etc. Only note that many melodies are repeating more times, so not whole 2.5 hours is different, but there is still LOT of stuff and it's VERY original. :)


Grand Theft Auto: Game rip [7/10] [01 Dec 1997]
Because this soundtrack should attempt to "simulate" in-car radio, expect something like you use to listen in radios. Lot of styles, absolutely different tunes from techno through metal or country; and also with different quality - some are great (especially last tracks), some worse..


GRANDIA II ~ DEUS [8/10] [08 Sep 2000] TRCD-10013
Nice adventurous tunes with lot of very cool melodies and ideas.


Greatest of DJ Kreigers Sid Collection (C64) [9/10] [2000]
The greatest tunes from the C64 in their original feel! I usually do not archive MP3s from the synthetized formats (because they are mostly without dramatic loss of quality in much shorter formats), but this soundtrack is the exception, because it offers almost the best that was made on C64.


Guerilla: Game rip [5/10]
This seems like classic soundtrack from movie - big orchestrals, but a bit boring without any new ideas.


Guts 'n' Garters: Game rip (Dos) [8/10] [1997]
Good soundtrack to a bad game. Orchestral pieces with cool ideas make cool background music.


Hardcore 4x4: Game rip [6/10] [Dec 1996]
Hardrock guitar tracks. Some have quite nice ideas, but generally there are "too many guitars", at least for me :)


Heart Of China: Game rip [7/10] [02 Jan 1991]
Nice one tune. It is from finale, and it shows some nice motives.


Hercules (Disney Software): Game rip [8/10] [01 Jul 1997]
Very nice melodic tunes.


Heretic: Game rip [8/10] [1994]
Great tunes, though it is "only" midi rip, this music is really one of the best midi music ever made, created in "gold doom times" of midi. It contains cool strong action tunes in Doom style, but this time it's a bit closer to medieval environment. :)


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