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  1. So should all kickstarter backers expect their packages soon, or are they going to trickle out slowly? (just curious - no pressure)
  2. So out of all the songs on this album, the one I can't seem to get out of my head is The Nightmare Oath. It's been playing in my head almost non-stop since the day after the album was released. I sing it out loud when I'm commuting on my motorcycle.
  3. For what it's worth, this album was the first and only kickstarter I've ever donated to. I've been listening to OCR for... I'm not sure... 9-10 years. So I guess I'd be considered one of the old hardcore fans. I've loved the work that comes from this community for a long time. And I'm not just here for the nostalgia for games I love. Some of my favorite OCR tracks are for games I've never played. Even so, I think this is only my 5th post here. I kinda feel bad now about not dropping by more often to praise you guys. You definitely deserve it. I guess I'm just a generally quiet person,
  4. Wow. Just wow. I was expecting good stuff from this album, but it's far exceeding my expectations. I'm loving all of it, even the stuff that I normally wouldn't stylistically care for. You guys have even produced the first Chocobo Theme arrangement that I actually enjoy listening to. That song has always annoyed the crap out of me. This is really incredible stuff. FF6 is such a precious memory to me, and it's done justice here. I could go gushing on and on, but I think you get the idea. I'm only at the end of Disc 3, btw. I have to keep taking breaks to fully absorb the incredible stu
  5. Thank you so much for this. FF6 is one of the fondest memories of my childhood, and my favorite video game soundtrack ever. It's so great that ocremix is dedicating its biggest project ever to it! I've been anticipating the hell out of this. Can't wait for the physical package to arrive in the mail! This is me today.
  6. I actually have mixed feelings about 31 seconds... I've seen a few other people in this thread praise it... and while I really like the musical aspect of it... the piano is fantastic... I'm kind of dumbfounded by the random sound clips mixed into it... they seem completely unrelated to doom... they don't reinforce anything for me... they're just kind of there getting in the way of the awesome music that's playing can anybody explain what they're there for?... Mr. Revoredo?... or perhaps a listener has some insights?... if an instrumental version of the song were released, it would probably bec
  7. I'm a major Doom fan... very influential game to me... I'm actually working on my demo reel right now to submit to Id just for the chance to work on Doom 4 (and bring the franchise back to its roots I hope!) just wanted to say that Delta-Q-Delta is fantastic... there is so much nostalgia and adrenaline in this album... and while I love a few top-notch songs from Dark Side of Phobos (such as Glass Moon), this new release totally blows it away overall it kept me wide awake at work all day yesterday... believe me - that's an accomplishment
  8. I just can't resist a video games as art thread... I'm totally a sucker for this kind of thing forgive me if I'm rehashing anything... only had time to skim through the thread As others have said, you can't define anything as art until you know what your definition of art is. People have been disagreeing on the nature of art for a very long time, so it's not likely to be resolved anytime soon. My personal definition of art - the sharing of human perspective and experience. This is why certain things we do get labeled as artistic mediums, because they are effective methods of representing hum
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