Alorial

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  1. This is what I get for not listening to each one of them as I was typing. I was actually listening to it the next day and realized my mistake. It's a beautiful piece!
  2. I know you've been hearing a lot of it, but I am loving this album. Not much else has been able to get playtime on my iPod since I discovered it. I'm pretty new to OCR, and I wish I had known about the Kickstarter in time to back it. Highlights for me: There's Nothing Like Flying - This track always makes me happy. It's hard not to feel like you're flying listening to it. Awesome job DDRKirby. Aggressive Blue Magic - I love this mix of Strago's theme by halc. Sort of reminds me of drum n bass with the distorted synth sounds. I'm not great with music terminology, I just know I like it! River of Sine Waves - Muzak and chiptunes collide with a great beat structure. This is going on my geeky dinner party playlist. On the Run/Tastes Like Victory - I like both of Leitbur's contributions to the first album. Great airy synths and vocals. I had to listen a few times to catch the Returners theme in On the Run, but once I did I thought it was a great arrangement of it. Now is the Winter - Wonderful jazz mix of the Narshe theme. Jazz is not usually my thing, but I love this one. This one would be on at my dinner party too =) There's a ton of great orchestral tracks on here too - Ascension of a Madman, Castles in the Sand, De Nuit, and Gestahlian Sonata, to name a few. Also a few really interesting takes on the source music, like Montana de los Caballos Jovenes and Stone Drum. I love the variety of styles represented on the album - it keeps it from getting boring. And of course, the Opera remixes did a fantastic job. The Impresario reminds me a lot of Bohemian Rhapsody. Great vocals, great lyrics, very fun to listen to. Amazing album guys! Keep up the good work!
  3. This is one of my favorites on the album - beautiful soaring vocals. I really like the strings around 2:00, when the song becomes a little truer to Locke's theme, and wish that section was a little longer. It feels like the song really gets going there, and then it's over 90 seconds later. But it still makes me happy to hear, and that is why it will stay one of my favorites.
  4. Can't wait to hear it OA!
  5. I would love to hear some techno remixes of the Moon, Snowy, Waterworld, and Ruins stages of SmartBall for the SNES. A playlist for the game is here: This was a great little platformer for kids that my sister and I played a bunch long ago. The soundtrack is surprisingly good for a game almost no one has heard of. This game was the first ever to make us break out our tape recorder =) Thanks so much for considering my request! -Alorial