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Iron Cross

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  1. I'm having issues with downloading the torrent file. Trying with both Azureus and kTorrent, I get errors with it, Azureus stating the torrent is not a file and kTorrent saying it is corrupt. I've also tried the download on SoundTempest, but no go with that one, either. I've been trying yesterday and today both, but no luck. Any insight on this?
  2. For some odd reason, slightly less than a minute into this piece, I can't help but feel like I want to just get up and dance and sway to it, being pushed around by the wind and the pulse of my own blood, away from others' eyes and thoughts, simply enjoying the sad energy in it. It starts about 0:55, picking up more at 1:14, then rising and falling several times as the music's intensity changes pace and focus. The slowdown just after the three minute mark is a bit of a let-down, but not entirely unwanted, as it offers its own feel and movement. This isn't a dance piece, yet it simply makes me
  3. This piece is very well done. The build-up in the beginning transitions smoothly into the main theme on the guitar. The, uh, alien voice sound (happens at 1:01 as well as other places, I don't know the technical name, sorry) when the guitar cuts out is very interesting and is pretty catchy. My only complaint with this piece is that it is too short -- it cuts out much too quickly, and if you had wanted, you could have easily taken it to some tall heights. Very nice work!
  4. A well-made piece. The vocals, which seem to be a hot topic, blend into the song well. I've listened to it and made an effort to hear behind the vocals, and to my own ears, I think without the actual vocals, the piece would be much worse off and far too plain to bother with, or at the very least, where the vocals are would need to be filled with something else. I only have two problems with this song, and both deal with something similar. At 2:21 and 2:28, the pronunciation of mana and Flammie, respectively. The first "a" sound in mana and the "a" in Flammie were mispronounced ('man-uh
  5. An interesting piece, to say the least... I like it, overall, though the second stanza of the vocals is incredibly difficult to make out. Had the words not been posted, I would likely have not realized there was a second part to the vocals, and even then, it took me a little bit of effort to register where they were. I cannot say that this piece is one I feel is either good or bad; it is something which will appeal to me at some times, and yet I will dislike it at other times. However, it seems that it is, itself, a moody arrangement, so perhaps this is not so much an issue. Now, as for th
  6. I will admit this, that when I first listened to this piece, I greatly disliked it. I had actually told the person I was talking with at the moment that I found it rather sad what some people passed off as music nowadays. But... That was... in error. I listened to it, and something made me listen to it again. I don't know what, or why, but I desire to hear it again, and so I repeated it. The second time through, I again thought it was a poor piece, but I started liking some of the parts which I thought were out of place at first, and by the end of it, I actually thought it was a relatively ac
  7. This is an excellent piece. I really enjoy how it has a bit of a celtic lilt to it, especially at the beginning. I have never played this game, but even so, listening to this mix I can visualize (however wrongly) how it might go into the game. It would indeed be a title theme, probably the background to the intro to the game. It would start off with the hero setting out, riding across the fields, plains and hills through day and night, about 0:40, it cuts into a panoramic cut of the princess the hero is going out to rescue, and the scene sweeps past her prison and into the sky, the camera c
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