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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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Benefactor: Game rip (Amiga) [01 Sep 1994] Music Download Info
This is Olof Gustafsson's contribution to the 'best of the best' tunes section :). Near famous Pinball tunes, there is this great Lemmings-cloned game called Benefactor, with awesome music pieces. Don't believe me? Click and listen :)


Bermuda Syndrome: Game rip (Win) [1995] Music Download Info
This was very nice action-adventure on the PC, with awesome graphics and also very nice and melodic tunes.


Best of Thunder Force ~ Technosoft Game Music Collection vol.15 [8/10] [09 Oct 1998] TCS-0015
Very nice tracks arranged made in different sides and ways. Arranged soundtrack as id has to be!


Bjorn Lynne: Colony [8/10] [28 May 2002]
Cool compilation of the new very well made space instrumental tunes, it reminders me his album The Void mostly. Nice is also fact that here are fair 74 minutes of new music to listen. On the other side, the "classic Bjorn Lynne" feel is too strong here, and he who listens to his music much, can say only "nothing new under the sun".


Bjorn Lynne: Decade [7/10] [01 Aug 1997] S17CD-001
Cool studio recordings of old Dr. Awesome's demo tunes. It's better for the collectors, though some tunes are really very nice, with big synthetized feel.


Bjorn Lynne: Hobbits & Spaceships [8/10] [01 Nov 1992] DENS-CD001
First CD from Bjorn Lynne, and you can see many nice melodies and ideas there.


Bjorn Lynne: Montage [8/10] [01 Jan 1994] DENS-CD002
This one is one of the first Bjorn's solo albums. It contains cool meditative music, which is ideal as some background for work. Bjorn has sure done better ones, but this CD is still very nice, as almost all that Bjorn did. And especially, last two tracks of the CD are really great!


Bjorn Lynne: Unreleased Material 1996-2000 [8/10] [2000]
Don't take wrong this 'non-marketing' name of this soundtrack, which can sound like some trashcan for the bad tunes - it contains so nice tracks, that I'm really surprised that they arrived on this CD - they have sometimes better tracks than another Bjorn Lynne's CDs! :) And some tracks have really cool gaming feel, which is missing on some new Bjorn's CDs. Too bad there is last, 7 minutes long, track called 'A Winter Season' - musically great, but... Bjorn really cannot sing. :|


Bjorn Lynne: Wizard of the Winds / When the Gods Slept [9/10] [01 May 1998] CYCL-066
Great compilatioun of cool melodic medieval tunes, one of best Bjorn Lynne's works.


Black Moon Chronicles: Game rip (Win) [10/10] [1999]
One of the golden pieces in every game music archive. Strong mystical tunes with some choral pieces and heart-breaking ideas. One of best works from Pierre Esteve and one of best soundtracks ever!


Blood: Game rip (Dos) [5/10] [1997]
Tunes which are not very self-listenable, they're mostly horror ambient tunes. On the other side, you can recognize also few nice melodies inside..


Brataccas: Game rip [6/10] [1985]
Nice adventure tune. Though a 'binary' one, it has cool ideas sometimes.


Bubba 'n' Stix: Game rip [8/10] [1994]
Very nice, smooth and soft tunes, as you could see also in MOD versions for normal Amigas. The MODs are absolutely different than the audio tracks and both are great. Surprisingly, I found the MODs yet better than this redbook audio, but especially tracks 05-06 are total class and I can say nothing else than the whole soundtrack is very 'nice listening'.


Bubble and Squeak: Game rip [8/10] [1994]
Very nice melodic jump'n'run tunes. Though heard also better ones from Allister Brimble, this one is cool also because of raised CD-quality and its soft cool experience.


Buccaneer (SSI): Game rip [7/10] [30 Sep 1997]
Nice medieval motives, but unfortunately every tune is only 30-40 seconds long, which is really not much.. :)


Caesar 3: Game rip [9/10] [Oct 1998]
Totally superb tunes with egyptian motives and great melodies! Though quality is rather low, it makes absolutely no problem with these tunes, they're really great and best from all Caesar games!


Cannon Fodder: Game rip [8/10] [1993]
This theme has became almost classic, because it was one of the first singing themes you could listen to. Only one tune converted to MP3 directly from MOD.


Carmageddon 2: Game rip [8/10] [1999]
Fast wild tracks, some come to futuristic techno style, some are more punk'n'guitars-like. Overall performance is good, though maybe "too wild" sometimes.


Carmageddon: Game rip [4/10] [22 Jul 1997]
First and last tracks are horrible unlistenable metal, the middle of CD is a bit softer futurictic fast techno, but generally this soundtrack came to me too unlistenable. :(


Castlevania: Symphony of the Night: Additional Ripped tracks (PS1) [6/10] [20 Mar 1997]
Comparing the awesome Original Soundtrack, these additional tracks contain only famous "overlistened" Castlevania tunes in various versions. Not bad, but only for real CV collectors.


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