One of the better Warcraft-based songs I've heard (and I've heard a LOT).
Downloaded, five'd, and ten'd.
Thanks for taking your time!
I'll be taking that...
I've been going through using an add-on to put some of my own flavor in the music of WoW (Soundtrack), and this will work nicely as Tavern music.
I'd give you a 10, but I'm a little biased about Paladins.
Hints of MK and The Matrix, too...
Nice Track. Very neo-modern battle theme... something you might hear in a post-apocalyptic fantasy game. It also could have made a decent substitute for the crazy motorcycle theme from FF7.
I like the snare.
Whenever I heard this song in the game I always felt like I was being put in front of a firing squad, and this brought that memory back.
It never occured to me before, but hearing this theme without the layers upon layers of synth that usually gets appied to it makes me realize it's darkly similar to the SeeD Theme from FFVIII. It shares some chordes with it at least, and that's creepy considering how different they are.
The surrounding music gets drowned out a bit, but when it comes to the forefront it gives the harpsichord a creepy twinge right at the right time, so it plays perfectly.
I'll be putting this in my FF7 remix playlist.
I'm glad you enjoy it :)
Dropped a 5 on this and it went up by .48
It's not really surprising the two themes blend together well - they have similar story roots, as well as similar beats.
Not Nibelheim necessarily...
This piece is first introduced right after the first bombing mission - during the flower girl scene. It returns numerous times and is the theme, later, of Nibelheim. Notes of it can be heard resonating in the score played over the final sequence (spoiler) where Holy and the Lifestream are finally unleashed upon the falling Meteor.
This is a very quiet rendition that appears to use many similar elements to the original. The piano sequence, however, takes much more prominence. Nicely done.
Made my ears bleed...
I hate when so-called musicians pull a fast one and throw the sound from one speaker to another. All it does is hurt my ears and make me want to break the fingers of the guy turning the dial.
About half way through the switching stops and the music gets good, but if only 1/2 the song is bearable, you only get 1/2 a good score.
Go take a listen to the full song then
There was a lot of good music...
In LoD... I wish they did more with that lore...
I think originally this song was much more foreboding and dark. Lots of the music was that way, but this one in particular seemed to resonate the thousands of years Rose spent killing the Moonchild. This version is a bit less dark, but I like it.
ya this song really had some sorta je ne sais quoi about it. I love it - it was also a very hard song to repliaqcte as this midi - and the one when theyre always telling wingly stories - the one with the musicbox and the choir - are nowhere to be found on the internet- they arent on the soundtrack-.-
thanks for the review!
God I loved that game...
Shiny Entertainment could have made this generation of games much more interesting...
As for the song, I don't remember exactly how it went in the game, but this is a catchy incarnation. I think this was the final boss theme, but you kinda made it sound like an 'exploring a cave' song... at least... a cave in the EWJ universe o.O
ya its different than it sounds in the game :P
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