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OCR02515 - Super Metroid 'Into the Green World'

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Wow this is totally EPIC!!! I loved the Relics of the Chozo remix album for Super Metroid, but I have to say that if this guy did a full remix album of Super Metroid Himself, I wouldn't complain!

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I just had to come out of lurking to comment on this one. Loved it when I first heard it as part of Harmony of a Hunter, and I'm really glad to see it posted on the site.

It's a fantastic arrangement of one of my favourite Metroid tracks.

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An epic piece of art, and make sure you check out the movie as well, it will leave you craving for that Metroid movie that keeps floating about in rumor.

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When I discovered the Harmony of a Hunter album a few years ago. Going into it, I knew that I would like some of the tracks, but wasn't sure what to expect about it as a whole. I downloaded all of it and just started to listen. I was swept of my feet by the talent. But none of the pieces blew me a way more-so than Sam Dillard's "Into the Green World" though. The composition is so rich and flavorful; so thoughtfully melded together and genuine. I almost don't have words to describe it.

I never grew up with Super Metroid and have never played it, honestly. But Sam Dillard's composition of the Brinstar Overgrowth Area theme makes me want to play the game; makes me NEED to play the game and to experience the story and soundtrack for myself. All I can say is thank you to Mr. Dillard for creating this outstanding composition. I hope to hear more from him in the future.

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Epic atmosphere. :D I almost can't believe the source it came from.

Grandiose throughout and changes from exploration to inspiring to dangerous. Very cool. ^_^

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Okay, this ReMix and the movie that goes with it, epic as all hell! I may never have been the biggest Metroid fan (which may change when I actually get to playing them all the way through), but there's no denying that the games lend themselves to the most spectacular atmospheric tracks and ReMixes. Genius work, Sam Dillard.

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