Album: Seiken Densetsu 3: Songs of Light and Darkness

A free arrange album, published by OverClocked ReMix on 2018-10-01

Featuring the music of...

Secret of Mana and Seiken Densetsu 3

Game: Secret of ManaGame: Seiken Densetsu 3

  • Catalog Number: OCRA-0067
  • Published: 2018-10-01 by OverClocked ReMix
  • Media: 5 Digital

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soulflay
on 2018-10-10 00:24:22

Holy flaming buttnuggets, Batman! This sounds fucking awesome. Forgive me if I just dump all the tracks into one playlist in a different order but that's how I like it.

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Rozovian
on 2018-10-01 15:23:56

What.

I thought this was the longest running April Fools.

Guys. Gals. We did it! :D

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Liontamer
on 2018-10-01 04:37:18

What a journey! It's been a long, long time, but now it's finally released. Songs of Light and Darkness is a tribute to Hiroki Kikuta's soundtrack for Seiken Densetsu 3, the game following Secret of Mana in the same franchise. Though only released in Japan, the Western gamers who came across it, either on cartridge or by other means, found it one of the most beautiful games on the SNES. The music plays a big part in that.

The album project began more than a decade ago. And, hey, we got the whole tracklist done. Your favorite track from the game has been remixed here. It's possible we have multiple remixes of it, even. Through a troubling many issues over the years, and a troubling number of years of slow progress, the slow progress eventually gave us the whole soundtrack wonderfully remixed by OC ReMix regulars and strangers alike.

You get to hear what I've been keeping mostly to myself for years. And what a wonderful set of tracks this is. In some ways, it's a bit of a time capsule. I joined OC ReMix in late 2007, and this project was in the works already then. Some of the tracks sound like those old tracks that drew me to the site and its community in the first place.

It's an eclectic mix of things, with the expected orchestral and metal epics sharing space with instrumentation and styles including waltz, rap, Mellotron, reggae, harpsichord, J-rock, and plenty of world music elements from all over the place incorporated into a large number of the remixes.

I'm very happy to have my name among the artists here, and I'm sure you can find something you like on this behemoth of an album. I hope you not only enjoy the album, but get something out of reading the comments too. Enjoy.

- Ad G (Rozovian)

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