Conclude

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  1. I assume you potentially made the CD. If yes, what games were you into back then that you'd be looking up OST's or remixes of them? The song sounds so familiar yet no game comes to mind.
  2. Resurrecting this thread to add in some music that I always thought had that Mega Man X vibe. They are songs that I always recognized "motiffs" of MMX in. I find this subject highly interested and would love to know more bands that really capture that early MMX vibe. Hell, some of these could have been inspired by the game's OST for all we know! Iced Earth & Blind Guardian - Beyond the Ice -- Reminded me of some of the more metal oriented level themes, maybe even some end bossfights. Metal Gear Rising OST - Red Sun -- Come to think of it, this game plays a lot like a AAA 3D MMX game with Zero. Celldweller - Unshakeable -- Always reminded me of some fire themed factory level like Flame Mammoths stage. Periphery - Sentient Glow -- This band is heavily influenced by game OST's. The guitarist (Misha Mansoor) even has some FF7 track remakes. Skyharbor - Out of Time -- The chord progression really reminds me of an MMX track The Fall of Troy - Mouths Like Sidewinder Missiles -- Pure overall megaman vibe. Avenged Sevenfold - "Blinded in Chains", "Burn it Down" -- There are more tracks from this band, but they have a pretty close sound to how MMX-series OST tracks sound a lot of time. You can tell this band and MMX OST's came from the same source material. Dream Theater/Liquid Tension Experiment - Acid Rain - One part worth noting is at 1:50 you can see a little bit of the Split Mushroom stage sound coming out(it's very loose, mainly drums). Maybe both were inspired by the same source? That's all I got for now. There are many bands and other songs that have similar sounding styles. As a bonus, here is a track from The Reign of Kindo that could fit in an oldschool Megaman game with a little tweaking: The original version is pretty good too!