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This Camp is for lovers of music in games, movies or music generally.
Camp Leader: herodotus Founded on: Jun 25, 2009
Newest Member: DAmicoThunder Latest Update: Mar 1, 2011
"Far Cry 2" - Game Soundtrack Review.
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Posted by herodotus on Jun 26, 2009

Okay, we didn't get John Barry's swelling "Out of Africa" score for this sandbox sleeper hit. However, Far Cry's "Theme" starts up with far less less power and replaces it instead with lots of emotion. The native sounds and voice create a beautiful atmosphere. "The Eyes Move Out" scores with its affection to strong rhythms. It shows how great violins and drums can work together. After this there

Sumthing Else Music Works, Inc., through its licensing relationship with SEGA®, proudly presents Empire: Total War™ - The Soundtrack featuring the musical score from the latest installment of The Creative Assembly's multi award winning Total War™ PC gaming franchise. Empire: Total War - The Soundtrack will be released on June 30th to retail outlets through Sumthing Else Music Works

"Dead Space" - Game Soundtrack review.
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Posted by herodotus on Jun 25, 2009

The haunting track of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" still sends shivers down the spine late at night, sung as it is by a young child with discordant synth themes ebbing behind it. Yet how does the rest of the score stand up?
The opening "Dead Space Theme" is very discomforting and baleful. The strings and the brass do a perfect job without much beat around the bush. It feels like something

Star Trek: (Michael Giacchino): The 107-piece orchestra and 40-member choir produces enough bombast to please almost any adventure fan, though the recording doesn't feature the truly dynamic, wetter mix that became standard with Goldsmith's later entries. Upon cursory evaluation, Star Trek could very well seem like a monothematic score, for Giacchino's employment of his new title theme is so