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longhairmike Aug 17, 2012

from the BGM on the site,, it seems to suffer the same downside as black mages.
just when it's building up to a cool part,, the guitar suddenly cuts to a keyboard solo

Ramza Aug 17, 2012

as someone who's totally down with keyboard solos, I am psyched based on the few samples available.

Though I would like some more guitars, I suppose. I want SSH to work on this album like the Atelier Iris rock albums. Those were solid.

Zane Aug 17, 2012

I don't think I'll be picking this one up, but the samples don't sound too bad (aside from the harmonica in the second sample). It's definitely more old-school arrange sounding than most of the new rock stuff (Battle SQ, Monster Hunter, etc.), which is a step in the right direction for me. I'd like to hear this in its entirety and see how it stacks up, but given that it's Ito I'm not expecting anything mindblowing.

James O Aug 31, 2012

Some rocking tracks in this one, with exception of the last track, which is a slower trumpet rendition (?). Strange way to end the album but I would like to drive around town blasting this out the speakers.  Will need more listens to form a more permanent opinion.

Judgment Day Sep 1, 2012

For those who are skeptical on buying this, I'll take the bullet for you. Been a huge Romancing SaGa Music Fan as it was the kickstart of me buying import soundtracks almost (ugh) 20 years ago. I almost forgot it was released due to the Final Fantasy Chip stuff, but I'll make an order this weekend.

Jodo Kast Sep 6, 2012

I've listened to part of this album and the arrangements are not as furiously paced as those on Dangerous Mezashi Cat's Highspeed, but they are cleaner sounding. I would almost say that this is a Falcom album because of the guitarists Masaru Teramae and Atsushi Enomoto. I keep picturing the Falcom concert in the Liquid Room when I listen to this (I've watched the DVD many times).

thadeus Oct 5, 2012

Zane wrote:

more old-school arrange sounding than most of the new rock stuff (Battle SQ, Monster Hunter, etc.)

Monster Hunter? Since when Monster Hunter soundtrack is new rock?

Zane Oct 7, 2012

thadeus wrote:
Zane wrote:

more old-school arrange sounding than most of the new rock stuff (Battle SQ, Monster Hunter, etc.)

Monster Hunter? Since when Monster Hunter soundtrack is new rock?

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