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Re: Your favorite soundtrack albums from 2012 (1st half) (Soundtracks) by Teioh (Dec 9, 2012)

January
nothing

February
Genso Suikoden Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki Original Soundtrack
Shinigami no Testament ~menuet of epistula~ Original Soundtrack

March
Otome ga Tsumugu Koi no Canvas Original Soundtrack

April
nothing

May
Hatsuyuki Sakura Complete Soundtrack
Eiyu*Senki Original Soundtrack
Mahoutsukai no Yoru Original Soundtrack
Original Soundtrack of Katahane
Original Soundtrack of Vanitas

June
Namima no Kuni no Faust Original Soundtrack

May was the best month in terms of quantity
February was the best month in terms of quality
Not much inbetween.

Re: Top game soundtracks of 2010 (Soundtracks) by Teioh (Dec 29, 2010)

1. God Eater Original Soundtrack
2. PrismRhythm Original Soundtrack -SPRING SNOW-
3. Symphonic Fantasies - Music from Square Enix
4. Yuusha no Kuse ni Namaikida:3D Giant Recital
5. Dark Void Original Video Game Score
6. Kisaragi GOLD★STAR Special Soundtrack
7. Tales of Graces ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK
8. Hanayakanari, Waga Ichizoku Original Soundtrack
9. Summon Night X ~Tears Crown~ Original Soundtrack
10. Ikusa Megami VERITA Sound Collection

Since the beginning of March 2010 I knew that God Eater would be my #1 by the end of the year. Before that I hadn't even listened to a single song by Go Shiina. Within 2 hours my entire view of modern game music was turned upside down.
PrismRhythm was less of a surprise, but Shigenobu Okawa's absolute masterpiece and a great performance by Masaru Teramae.
The best concert that took place in 2009 received the best symphonic game music CD of the decade. It will be difficult to top Symphonic Fantasies in a long time.
As for retro game music feel, I think Yuusha no Kuse ni Namaikida:3D Giant Recital delivered this better than Classic Dungeon. Loved the instrumentation.
It seems to me that Dark Void didn't receive much praise, and before it I didn't really have any opinion of Bear McCreary at all. Yet after reading the score discussion on his blog it was clear to me that he is a game music enthusiast and had put all his passion into this work. His attitude is admirable and Dark Void was certainly underrated.
Kisaragi GOLD★STAR was the first time three of my favorite composers worked together. Some game producer seems to share my tastes. The outcome was as expected, though perhaps a bit overkill.
Tales of Graces showed to me that Motoi Sakuraba still got it. While I would describe End of Eternity as my biggest disappointment, Tales of Graces took me back to the days where people would criticize that all of Sakuraba's music sounded similiar. In fact, never before has Sakuraba's music sounded so fresh.
Hanayakanari, Waga Ichizoku, what is there to say about this? The fact that Vingt et un Systems chose Yoshitaka Hirota to write the opening theme shows that they had some big plans for this game. Whoever the BGM composer is, his work really stands out among their games.
Summon Night X ~Tears Crown~ managed to sound more old school than any of the next-gen "retro" games, and it's not even trying to be a tribute or something. A rare treat in 2010.
Ikusa Megami VERITA Sound Collection showed once again that Choir Co.,Ltd. and RPGs match up. I like epic game music as long as it's not overused, and my places #1 and #10 gave me plenty of it.

Re: Down The World Music Episode 1 OST Track Identification for SPC set (Soundtracks) by Teioh (Jan 16, 2009)

Could be. We'll never know what plans they had for a Vol.2 OST. It does make sense. If "Familiar Song" is a name made up solely because it's based on the Love Theme, then the name you chose is definitely better.

Actually, I prefer some of the titles to the official ones, maybe it would be wise to keep them both. I mean, it's definitely notable that this game has 6 world map themes. But it's all entirely up to you.

I'm just glad the SPC set is complete, because I only played the game to the point where you enter the Desert Town. It makes the OST sound like a small arrange album.

Re: Down The World Music Episode 1 OST Track Identification for SPC set (Soundtracks) by Teioh (Jan 16, 2009)

Ok, I finished the comparison. First off I was a bit confused with the text file, so what I did was I sorted the tracks by their filename (spc) and wrote the according tracktitle in brackets. If it is the planned order of tracks, you would have to replace the filenames with the titles I wrote in bold. I hope that's what you were asking for.

1. Opening Vocal (01. Love Theme~NOW MY LOVE)
2. Title (12. Main Theme)
3. Snow Fortress (25. Blue Tears Knight)
4. Attack! (03. Monster Battle 1)
5. The Hero Escapes ()
6. Enemy Appears! ()
7. Victory Fanfare ()
8. The Old Priest (11. Moon Trianjwelda)
9. Into A New World ()
10. Strange Carnival (23. Human World)
11. Where Is This... ()
12. Humanity ()
13. Rock and Fire ~ Overworld 1 ()
14. A Desert Town ()
15. Sleep ()
16. A Pub ()
17. King Fishman (02. Jawalda's Temple)
18. Covert Meeting (21. Mucha, the Theif)
19. Haunted Forest (07. White Bone Army)
20. Familiar Song ()
21. Pudgy Lil' Guy (05. Joshua's Theme)
22. Boss Battle ()
23. Game Over (06. Bell Bell, the Fairy)
24. Dismal World of Snow (08. Lost Smile)
25. Icy Future - Overworld 2 ()
26. Blue Tears Fort (Game Over) (04. Sad Song)
27. Opening (instrumental) (13. Love Theme, Version 1)
28. Fashion Show at Kiraranokyouka (19. Fire Dance)
29. A Snowy World No More ~ Overworld 3
30. Theme of Knight Gacha (09. Gacha, the Soldier)
31. Outside Wind Castle and Fire Gate  ()
32. World of Wind and Fire ~ Overworld 4 ()
33. Wind Town ()
34. Teoshisu' Uba Village (22. Long Time Ago)
35. Dungeons of the World of Wind and Fire ()
36. Story of an Epic Battle (17. Red Blood Army)
37. Inside Wind Castle ()
38. Noblin's Dwelling (16. The Noblin Tribe)
39. Earthquake in Gasha Fort ()
40. Princess Nashia and Arara's Castle ()
41. Ringing the Singing Handbell
42. Underground Cave (18. Princess Mary's Tower)
43. Medieval World ~ Overworld 5 (24. Secret of the Kingdom)
44. Tune of Charun (bad version) ()
45. Tune of Charun (10. Challoon)
46. Great Witch Taama's House ()
47. World of Darkness and Ruins ~ Overworld 6 ()
48. Kitara Tribe's Graveyard (20. Snowflakes in my Heart)
49. Boss Battle Beyond Demon Bridge ()
50. Battle Beyond Demon Bridge (15. Monster Battle 2)
51. Dead End Castle (14. Dead End Castle)
52. Last Battle against Mervil (26. Last Battle with Melvil)
53. Staff Roll (27. Love Theme Version 2)

This covers the full English OST tracklist, including typos, unnecessary commas and strange romanizations. There's also a Japanese tracklist (http://vgmdb.net/album/3071) - but it differs from the English one at times and nobody bothered with a translation yet. The official English one is on the disc itself, however I must've forgot to scan it - might do that over the weekend.

Looking forward to a tagged spc set on snesmusic.org


edit: Actually on further listen I would say that Opening (instrumental) is 13. Love Theme, Version 1, while Familiar Song is not on the OST.

Re: Down The World Music Episode 1 OST Track Identification for SPC set (Soundtracks) by Teioh (Jan 13, 2009)

I would like to help since I own the OST, but the download link doesn't work. I'm going to look into it as soon as there is a working one. I'd also love to see a complete SPC set of this.

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