Rampancy said:
I only found Harmony of Heroes because of Theophany and his Time's End album.

Why the heck did that happen?

(On a serious note though, it's probably because you hit "respond" twice, so it quoted the message twice? I don't know.)


Rampancy said:
I only found Harmony of Heroes because of Theophany and his Time's End album.

Hur hur hur.


Rampancy said:
I only found Harmony of Heroes because of Theophany and his Time's End album.

I have all of them, and I'm hoping the next one they do (if they decide to continue) is Kingdom Hearts related.


Rampancy said:
The best video game song in history, full stop.

i'm not sure if i would agree with that opinion.

i'd say Clash on the Big Bridge is best but then again, i'm a bit biased when it comes to FF music as Gilgamesh has always been, by far, one of my favorite recurring bosses. ^.^

hes gone from a potential 1-hit victory (FFV: eat X-Zone ya dumb noob! lol) to being somewhat ridiculous when it comes to intro scenes (FFXII: *enkidou appears* ... *gilgamesh...over jumps the bridge entirely* *facepalm* lol) then later becoming quite the impressive foe in his 2nd fight of FFXII. i'd comment on his appearance in XIII-2 but after the first XIII game i'm still not entirely sure if i should give it a try. :/ having a fight with him as dlc does make it tempting though (as does his newest battle theme).

FFII: Rebellion


Someone mentioned space songs, and especially the Major Tom song, so I thought there might be some appreciation for this maybe.


anyone here like those old Sega Tunes music CD's that SEGA sometimes released with some old genesis games? i don't have the CD nor do i remember where i downloaded them from BUT i do have the music from a couple of the Sega Tunes CD's.

first up is Roadkill--Comix Zone

album info

there was also a different "bonus CD" released with this game here in the US but after hearing some of it myself...i wouldn't recommend it. imo, with less tracks, Howard Drossin does FAR better.

uh, whoops, guess that's the only sega tunes cd i had, this other one is actually Sega Power Cuts 1.

Sega Power Cuts 1

album info

o.O wait, that's the ONLY sega power cuts album? at least as listed on that site. strange, then what's with the 1? oh well, i also just checked there and it looks like i have a few more sega tunes albums to try and find to check out. heres hoping at least some of the other ones are good as well.

edit: just checked out ocremix newest album (another one for one of those fighting game tournaments), CEO 2015: Champion, and...ew, NO! i could tell from the first track, DO. NOT. WANT! it was slow rap music. why are all the tracks slow music? this one is nothing like the 3 apex albums they did. it's all slow, not very energetic overall imo.

oh well, to each they're own i suppose, i'm sure some people may enjoy it. i like rap when it's not constant profanity (some is ok, depending on the song, but not the whole song) but not slow rap. at least, not as slow as seen in this album anyway.


Hi everyone!

I like all kinds of music and genres and my favorite songs change every day depending on my mood.
Though I tend to avoid music from the current millennium.

As for video game music, I grew up playing Rayman 2 and enjoying its funky soundtrack as well as tracks from the earlier Command and Conquer game series. Oh the memories. :)


Azarion said:
Hi everyone!

I like all kinds of music and genres and my favorite songs change every day depending on my mood.

As for video game music, I grew up playing Rayman 2 and enjoying its funky soundtrack as well as tracks from the earlier Command and Conquer game series. Oh the memories. :)

same here and as for the C&C music, the red alert games have a nice theme. i think it was C&C Red Alert 2 music (Hell March 2)

come to think of it, that reminds me of this album i found called dark rock back while i was playing the mmo, warframe (the game got to the point eventually that the graphics were too much for my laptop. sad that, it was like a hybrid of ninja gaiden + first person shooter, a real fun mix.). >.> it's one of those albums i had a hard time tracking down (the game had, i think, 1 track from the album) but it's pretty good.

ty google for google drive and easy file sharing through it. ;)


treos said:
same here and as for the C&C music, the red alert games have a nice theme. i think it was C&C Red Alert 2 music (Hell March 2)

Always brings a tear to my eye. Must have put hundreds of hours into that game. xD


got C&C Generals: Zero Hour here. :) thats certainly a good RTS series. that generals challenge in zero hour gets quite lengthy after a while though. you pick one general to play as (basically choosing your specialty...i typically go for the tank general and those emperor tanks. lol bring on the slow yet VERY powerful tanks.) then fight through the rest of them all leading up to the 5-star Tibetan general wielding all the powers of the lesser generals. man, it can take over 3-5 hours on that one fight alone but it sure is fun.

another game you might like is AI War by Arcen Games

warning, AI War can literally make your computer weep if left unchecked. a single campaign on easiest difficulty can also easily last you a week or so. lol you can easily reach over 10k units across the universe map eventually if things get dragged out long enough. especially if you come across this one AI building. i don't remember it's name but if you get near it and attack and/or try hacking the building it'll start spawning non-stop waves of AI controlled ships with each wave stronger than the last. if that building isn't destroyed immediately upon being discovered it can easily wind up spawning enough units to crash the game. iirc that even happened to one of the devs computers one time so beware.


treos said:
got C&C Generals: Zero Hour here. :) thats certainly a good RTS series. that generals challenge in zero hour gets quite lengthy after a while though. you pick one general to play as (basically choosing your specialty...i typically go for the tank general and those emperor tanks. lol bring on the slow yet VERY powerful tanks.) then fight through the rest of them all leading up to the 5-star Tibetan general wielding all the powers of the lesser generals. man, it can take over 3-5 hours on that one fight alone but it sure is fun.

another game you might like is AI War by Arcen Games

warning, AI War can literally make your computer weep if left unchecked. a single campaign on easiest difficulty can also easily last you a week or so. lol you can easily reach over 10k units across the universe map eventually if things get dragged out long enough. especially if you come across this one AI building. i don't remember it's name but if you get near it and attack and/or try hacking the building it'll start spawning non-stop waves of AI controlled ships with each wave stronger than the last. if that building isn't destroyed immediately upon being discovered it can easily wind up spawning enough units to crash the game. iirc that even happened to one of the devs computers one time so beware.

Loved C&C Generals as well. Trying out the differnet abilities of the generals was always a lot of fun. I usually go for the 'Turtle' strategy: Sit tight, build a huge army and then strike once to win. xD

Thanks for your suggestion on AI War. I will definitely check it out. Hopefully the game won't crash on my work-oriented laptop. XD


Azarion said:
Loved C&C Generals as well. Trying out the differnet abilities of the generals was always a lot of fun. I usually go for the 'Turtle' strategy: Sit tight, build a huge army and then strike once to win. xD

Thanks for your suggestion on AI War. I will definitely check it out. Hopefully the game won't crash on my work-oriented laptop. XD

hmmm...how does that "turtle strategy" work vs a nuke? oh wait, that just reminded me of something else. curse you, nuke general, stop leaving you're spare warheads in dumptrucks you lazy *insert profanity here*. wouldn't be the first time my tanks go to attack his base only to shoot or run over a dump truck and *boom* nuclear warhead.


treos said:
hmmm...how does that "turtle strategy" work vs a nuke? oh wait, that just reminded me of something else. curse you, nuke general, stop leaving you're spare warheads in dumptrucks you lazy *insert profanity here*. wouldn't be the first time my tanks go to attack his base only to shoot or run over a dump truck and *boom* nuclear warhead.

Haha. So true. :) The games also made learning English as a second language more fun than any English class in school.
Have all the C&C games up to Generals on one CD and I think I will play through some of them again for nostalgia thanks to you. xD
I miss the glory days of RTS's. Seems like everyone is into FPS's these days.


I've recently obtained the Bayonetta Original Soundtrack after playing through the first game on the Wii U. Long story short, that soundtrack almost toppled my number 0ne pick for best video game music ever (Kingdom Hearts).

Here are a few tracks that stand out to me.

One of a Kind
Blood & Darkness
The Greatest Jubilee


Azarion said:
Loved C&C Generals as well. Trying out the differnet abilities of the generals was always a lot of fun. I usually go for the 'Turtle' strategy: Sit tight, build a huge army and then strike once to win. xD

I think we can all agree that the terrorists were the best part of that game.


Fenrick said:
I think we can all agree that the terrorists were the best part of that game.

Agreed. They certainly are fun to play as.
As for the soundtrack, I don't remember any songs from C&C Generals as well as I do for Red Alert 2 or Tiberium Sun.


demon's crest remixes it's not that different from the normal tracks (in fact, i think it's mainly just a medley ofthe different tracks) but the artwork fits nicely.

makes me wonder where i could find more pics like those seen in this video. sure it's dark, gothic, and maybe a tad morbid but overall it's actually pretty nice.


treos said:
makes me wonder where i could find more pics like those seen in this video. sure it's dark, gothic, and maybe a tad morbid but overall it's actually pretty nice.

I think a lot of the paintings are from the medieval times depicting the plague. I've seen a few of them in my history books.


Azarion said:
I think a lot of the paintings are from the medieval times depicting the plague. I've seen a few of them in my history books.

:/ that was a dark and unpleasant time. still, nice enough paintings though.


Picked this up on a whim for a dollar knowing nothing about it, because how many times do you get the chance to own a giant screaming ear - and it turns to be a prog/fusion #1 from 1976....I was not expecting that

Manfred Mann's Earth Band - The Roaring Silence

In a weird synchronicity, they'd later collaborate with the Super Furry Animals


Suineder said:
Ein Wesen und ein Ding

huh, interesting. the bgm (can't really comment on the lyrics as i don't read/speak german but that doesn't matter to me much so long as the music is good sounding overall) there kinda reminds me of this old pc soundtrack i downloaded at some point. think the game was called jazz jackrabbit or something. never played the game but not bad bgm.

think i might download that video later.


treos said:
huh, interesting. the bgm (can't really comment on the lyrics as i don't read/speak german but that doesn't matter to me much so long as the music is good sounding overall) there kinda reminds me of this old pc soundtrack i downloaded at some point. think the game was called jazz jackrabbit or something. never played the game but not bad bgm.

think i might download that video later.

Kraftwerk is pretty god-tier.


Suineder said:
Kraftwerk is pretty god-tier.

I completely agree. As long as the song is good I really don't care what language it is sung in. Since I am trying to learn German in my spare time, I use songs from bands like Kraftwerk and Rammstein to help me along. :)


Currently indulging in in the Nocturnal Rites album Shadowlands today.


treos said:
huh, interesting. the bgm (can't really comment on the lyrics as i don't read/speak german but that doesn't matter to me much so long as the music is good sounding overall) there kinda reminds me of this old pc soundtrack i downloaded at some point. think the game was called jazz jackrabbit or something. never played the game but not bad bgm.

think i might download that video later.

A lot of Kraftwerk's songs are translated into English and they work pretty well in my opinion. :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wop47G2qeY
I also remember playing Jazz Jackrabbit on PC when I was little, if only fragments. But I remember I enjoyed the game a lot. xD


darn freaking curiousity, i swear! >.< went and typed jazz_jackrabbit in search bar here and sure enough...

that really shouldn't surprise me at this point. it really shouldn't.


treos said:
darn freaking curiousity, i swear! >.< went and typed jazz_jackrabbit in search bar here and sure enough...

that really shouldn't surprise me at this point. it really shouldn't.

Rule 34 strikes again. ;)


I am a huge fan of video game OST's and remixes. I also adore the work of miracleofsound.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSfoxYTlCPFfglckBLrjpsA