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"Geniune Style" (by Xtense, 19 Nov 2004) [9/10]
Ancient-like style is the main theme of this soundtrack, which i think is the best ever (hell, even better than Warcraft 2). If i would ever go to filharmony and hear those tunes played by proffessionals - i would surely crap my pants from bliss.
Chrono Trigger: Game rip
"Genuine Genius" (by Xtense, 9 Nov 2004) [10/10]
This one goes without saying. Yatsunori Mitsuda has made this game legendary with his music. It's so beautiful i start rocking in my chair in bliss. A shame that i've never had a SNES. And "Corridors of Time" just make me sit like a retard, showing my teeth to everyone.
Blackthorne: Game rip
"At Last!" (by Xtense, 14 May 2004) [9/10]
I`ve waited long to see this soundtrack - and finally it`s here. The game is a product no real Blizzard fan should miss - so is the music. I love the "warcraftlike" climate in those tunes - reminds me of every good RPG/Fantasy game i used to play. Furthermore - it still sounds very good. AdLib was nice back then, but the General Midi sounds very good.
Blake Stone: Game rip
"Oh yes!" (by Xtense, 14 May 2004) [8/10]
I can say no more to describe the beautiful music from this great game. I used to play it a lot as a kid - the melody from the first four levels (demo versions suck) is irremovable from my mind. I love the AdLib version more, but the conversion is nice - too bad the pitching in some tunes is lost.
Albion: Game rip
"I just LOVE those tunes!" (by Xtense, 27 Apr 2004) [9/10]
Well, the game was one of a kind, so it is with music from it. The music is just perfect for listening - even if you`re not an Albion fan. The composer did some great job. I especially love the Umajo Desert (argh! :) ) & Umajo City (forgot the name) music. Though i liked more listening with the game on, i still like those tunes.
Xtense as source of these music records:
These music records are available to you also thanks to Xtense. This means, if the tune is Digital Audio, Xtense probably supplied some information to the music record. In case of downloadable MOD/MID music files he probably supplied and/or ripped some or all tunes.