Album: Teen Agent: The Root of All Evil

A free arrange album, published by OverClocked ReMix on 2010-11-22

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Teen Agent and Teen Agent

Game: Teen AgentGame: Teen Agent

  • Catalog Number: OCRA-0019
  • Published: 2010-11-22 by OverClocked ReMix
  • Media: 2 Digital

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Disc 1

1. i.n.t.r.o. (Intro A) 3:33
2. Trapped (Prison, Cave) 3:26
3. A Village's Welcome (Village) 4:21
4. Lingering Lust (Lovers) 3:30
5. A Mouse in the Hole (Radio Edit) [Cave] 3:34
6. Of Darkness (Cave) 3:42
7. Lovers' Suite (Lovers) 2:42

Disc 2

1. Mark Hopper (Intro C) 2:30
2. Celtic Wedding March (March) 3:01
3. Sax of Gold (Army Blues) 3:50
4. 100% Juice (Multi-Fruit Juice) 2:20
5. I'm on a Boat (Island Reggae) 3:11
6. Memories Within the Walls (Castle) 3:32
7. Army Base Infiltration (Army Blues) 1:58

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Discussion: Latest 15 comments/reviews; view the complete thread or post your own.
Themysteriousassassin
on 2015-04-26 12:37:16

Well. This is... interesting. Apparently, there is a remix album for Teen Agent. Nice.

For those who have a GOG account, Teen Agent is completely free off the site. At least, I think its the same Teen Agent. I assume it is. All I know is I definitely need to listen to this to make sure it is in fact the same game.

But know, if it is indeed the same Teen Agent, that the game is 100% free with GOG. Those interested in the game should go and get it off of GOG.

Calebyte
on 2010-12-08 15:23:53

I dig this album, thanks for making it.

Dunther
on 2010-11-27 13:38:22
Makes me happy to hear. :-)

People are playing the game and enjoying the music, mission accomplished. :-D

Yeah if OCR guys make an official project of a game soundtrack, well probably that game deserves to be played (or it has at least good music).

So I try to beat them all ^_^ the ones actually missing are:

Final Fantasy V

Xenogears

and *thunder* Final Fantasy VII

Brandon Strader
on 2010-11-26 21:50:22
Okay I've beaten the game and listened the album, nice work as always!

Makes me happy to hear. :-)

People are playing the game and enjoying the music, mission accomplished. :-D

Dunther
on 2010-11-26 19:44:33

Okay I've beaten the game and listened the album, nice work as always!

Brandon Strader
on 2010-11-26 14:06:09
Strader, are you directing any other projects yet? Any plans to start another project?

Hi. Yeah, I'm actually still doing the Final Fantasy 1 prog project which is supposed to be ending mid-December. Hope to bring that one to OC ReMix as well. :-) After that, I'm going to stick to small EPs of 7 to 10 tracks that I do personally. :3

VHD is an incredible musician with immense orchestrating skills.

I'd also like to note that the i.n.t.r.o. MP3 has a fault near the beginning that wasn't caught, it will hopefully be fixed soon -- I'm sure the staff is working quickly to fix that problem on the site and in the torrent, hehe.. :-)

Thank you all for listening to the album and enjoying it! I hope some of you have played the game too.. :-) It only takes a few hours if you have a guide.

Moguta
on 2010-11-26 11:18:08

Just downloaded and wanted to say:

Big thanks to whoever already put the FLACs through ReplayGain! I've always had to do that myself for OCR albums. :-)

Hopefully the music will show as much attention to detail!

GTAHater836
on 2010-11-23 00:33:02

Strader, are you directing any other projects yet? Any plans to start another project?

By the way, maybe I just like orchestral tracks, but something about Vampire Hunter Dan's "Lover's Suite" kind of does RPG royal weddings and ceremonies by the books. But again, that's "Lover's Suite", and you know what they say about violins and romance!

When OverClocked ReMix releases an album from a game I've never played, seen in action, or heard the music from, I just pick some tracks and listen to them.

Geneson
on 2010-11-22 21:09:26

Sneaky good stuff. Digging the overall warm vibe of the album. VHD really brought the goods on his two tracks. This album kind of takes me back to Relics of Chozo, where a large portion of the tracks are made by one person but different folks step in and fill in thematic gaps.

It's charming in its simplicity and a good example of how less can be more. Cutting it down to seven tracks was probably a wise decision although there were some pretty cool tracks in the bonus section that would have fit well in the context of the main album. Well done folks.

SubNormal J3
on 2010-11-22 19:15:47

Congrats to everyone involved.

evktalo
on 2010-11-22 13:52:58

Awesome to see this released! I will listen, and I will also try out the game some time. I heard a lot about it back in the day but haven't played it yet. MASSIVE props for making a project out of such an obscure game.. I always enjoy seeing the less known games get ReMixed.

One thought, now that this is out.. I wonder if there would be interest in the ScummVM community to make it possible to get these ReMixes to play in-game? That would be cool - a ReMix pack for the game itself!

--Eino

Dunther
on 2010-11-22 13:19:28

I think it's really a strange pick for making a project, I've NEVER heard about this game before, and I'm a fan of graphic adventures.

Anyway, if you guys think it has a soundtrack good enough, probably it has :) so I just started playing this game.

I'll listen the album as soon as I beat it, wich I think will happen soon...

Chernabogue
on 2010-11-22 13:05:28

Congrats, Brandon! :smile: Already listened to the first two tracks and it's awesome!

JenZ
on 2010-11-22 12:35:20

Awesome!! Def downloading this now and will take a listen. I know it will be fanastic. 3 Congrats Brandon and everybody on the album!

ocre
on 2010-11-22 12:21:18

Congratulations on the release to everyone involved. Glad to finally see this thing out.

Just a quick little note: I highly encourage listening to the source material (they're conveniently linked below the ReMix links on the site),

particularly before listening my Bonus track, so you get the full effect of the arrangement.

Thanks! I look forward to reading everyone's thoughts.