|1. Chamber of the Goddess [A Link to the Past]||3:02|
|2. Gimme My Sword! [Link's Awakening / A Link to the Past]||4:53|
|3. Fushigina Forest [A Link to the Past]||2:48|
|4. Link's Epoch [A Link to the Past]||3:51|
|5. Labyrinth of Dance Floors [A Link to the Past]||7:02|
|6. Hoy, Small Fry! [Wind Waker / Ocarina of Time]||4:06|
|7. To Everything There Is a Temple of Seasons [Oracle of Seasons]||2:04|
|8. Skyward [Skyward Sword]||2:41|
|9. Thunderstruck [Ocarina of Time / Legend of Zelda]||4:01|
|10. Zelda's First Trip to the "Village" [Ocarina of Time / A Link to the Past / Legend of Zelda]||3:27|
|1. Village from Your Past [Ocarina of Time]||3:30|
|2. Hey, Listen [Ocarina of Time / Legend of Zelda]||3:26|
|3. Last Dance of the Giants [Majora's Mask]||5:00|
|4. Ilia's Adagio Meets Dark March [Twilight Princess / A Link to the Past]||4:31|
|5. Ballad of the Wind Fish (Kaze no Sakana Mix) [Link's Awakening]||4:28|
|6. Lon Lon Ranch (CTPLR Mix) [Ocarina of Time]||3:39|
|7. Link's Final Battle [Link's Adventure]||3:26|
|8. Zelda's Graceful Nightmare [Ocarina of Time / Majora's Mask / Wind Waker]||9:13|
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on 2013-01-12 23:36:32
G'day from down under!
Firstly, thank you to the artists and contributors for a great album commemorating this special anniversary.
I'm an Australian radio DJ and I'll be featuring two tracks: Chamber of the Goddess and Thunderstruck on our Drive-time show on Fine Music 102.5FM.
We broadcast on FM and DAB+ Sydney-wide and also stream round the world on finemusicfm.com. Check us out and listen! We play mostly classical but also jazz, funk, ambient, reggae, DnB, noise, and anything non-mainstream.
I'll be playing the two tracks round about 1750 (5:50pm) on Wednesday 30th January. (Australian Eastern Standard time = UTC+11:00)
Listen out to Fine Music Drive!
on 2012-11-01 12:59:49
song number 2.
Beautiful. feels like playing New Super Mario Bros 2. It is just that good.
on 2012-03-09 19:51:03
Beautiful album, my favorites are probably Gimme My Sword!, Hoy Small Fry, and Thunderstruck
on 2012-03-02 23:17:07
Woof. Just finished listening to the album. Fantastic. Great variety, and all of it solid. Standout tracks for me would be Skyward, Thunderstruck, Hey, Listen, and Last Dance of the Giants, but it's all great. As a self-professed Zelda fanatic, it was nice to hear the wonderful music of the series being explored in a so many interesting ways. Nice work!
on 2012-02-26 16:12:05
It's a great album, but the song Thunderstruck from Ocarina of Time is the best one. Fuckin amazin, specially the middle part, with a soft sound and the later crescendo.
on 2011-12-01 12:04:36
okay, so I really haven't listened to this until just now, but damn, this is really a great album. 'Hey, Listen' is probably my new favorite anosou mix... some ridiculous source integration going on in there. also loved 'Thunderstruck', 'Labyrinth of Dance Floors', and Ballad of the Wind Fish (loved the vocal).. really great, exploratory arrangements that do something totally new with the sources.
kudos, nice work, and congrats to everyone involved.
on 2011-11-29 15:40:14
This album overall is amazing, but Thunderstruck is freaking amazing, seriously, goosebumps galore, AMAZING!
on 2011-11-28 04:07:39
Yay, some MM love! Last Dance of the Giants is AWESOME!
on 2011-11-25 19:58:44
Gameboy here, host of The Arcade on 91.1 KLSU FM. I just wanted to personally thank you guys for everything, but especially for releasing your 25YearLegend OC ReMix album in time for the 25th Zelda Anniversary.
In honor of the anniversary, this Saturday's show (3-5pm Eastern) is gonna be all Zelda. With the official Nintendo 25th Anniversary album, your 25th anniversary album, Threshold of a Dream and all those crazy Zelda OC ReMix's you guys have amassed over the years - filling two hours with nothing but Zelda music is gonna be a breeze. Stream it live from the KLSU homepage:
I have been playing your stuff on my show for almost a year now but until recently I've been pretty quite about it. Now that I'm serious about social media, prepare to hear more from me soon.
on 2011-11-24 20:57:17
This album is so unique and varied. There's massive amounts of creativity on show here. I had a blast listening to it!
The only think I'm not a fan of is the mastering on several of these tracks! Audible clipping isn't fun. Did one person do mastering across the whole album, or is it just the loudness war taking its toll?
I thought the mastering sounded weird on some tracks, too.
Particularly on Last dance of the giants, where all the other instruments lose volume at every bass thump, it was just annoying by the end of the song.
I don't want to sound unappreciative, though, a lot of work went into this and it's a great album overall. Thanks!
on 2011-11-24 15:59:57
Well this is totally unexpected. Came out of left field indeed. So far, so good. Listening to the first few tracks and I'm liking what I'm hearing. Great timing as we celebrate Skyward Sword and the franchise's 25th Anniversary.
on 2011-11-24 03:57:22
Totally heading over to download now. I cannot wait to give this a listen! It's a good year to be a Legend of Zelda fan
on 2011-11-23 22:03:31
It's funny just how many "Hey! Listen!" samples there are in this album XD
Some great tracks though
on 2011-11-23 15:19:26
Nice job with the trailer, I like the colors.
Not a total fan of the album, but the tracks are very solid, well produced and interesting to listen to. Nice work!
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