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Ultrace Feb 11, 2006 (edited Feb 11, 2006)

Just picked up my package from Cocoebiz after a week of mail-tag with the postman. I now have my Broken Thunder, Castlevania Aria/Dawn of Sorrows, and the Makaimura Box. I haven't opened up any of the CDs yet for ripping and listening, but the packaging is certainly nice. A sturdy cardboard box with lift-lid (shrinkwrapped so you can just cut around the join and keep everything well-protected), 7 music CDs, a DVD of game footage and a little booklet which is only of standard soundtrack length. I'll post about the music quality and such later, but I just had to share this tidbit now. wink

Edit: Having popped in disc 5 (containing what I was most looking forward to, Super Ghouls n' Ghosts from the SNES), I can report that the recording quality appears to be fantastic and very accurate. Sadly, it's so accurate that the little popping sounds found in the soundtrack to the SNES game are all present here, so it looks like it's CoolEdit time if I want the music click-free... hmm

Harry Feb 11, 2006

Zaggart wrote:

Is the broken thunder album composed by SSH?

Umm, no.

It's composed and arranged by Hyakutaro Tsukumo, Harumi Shiina, Toshiharu Yamanishi and A' & Namihei.

Zaggart Feb 11, 2006

Harry wrote:
Zaggart wrote:

Is the broken thunder album composed by SSH?

Umm, no.

It's composed and arranged by Hyakutaro Tsukumo, Harumi Shiina, Toshiharu Yamanishi and A' & Namihei.

Thanks for clearing that up. I was wondering because on his site you can download an arrangement of one of the songs from broken thunder and its title wasn't changed and from a video of TF V the music sounded like something from SSH.

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