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I am the bubbliest, most outgoing, extroverted introvert. I stare at the other person's shoes when I talk to them. If I had my own soundtrack, it would be Pomme de'Amour I by Rene Aubry.

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Music SIG Likes #1 :: Inaugral Video Game Edition · 3:58am Jan 21st, 2016

Something new, apropos of nothing: some blog posts wherein I act my age and slap a bunch of self-indulgent stuff various musical bits and bobs I enjoy listening to up on a public blog post.

At the very least, I figure who reads this may (possibly) discover something new and exciting, or (more likely) have something to laugh at and poke with sticks.

So without further adieu, let us start off with something it seems every chap and chappette my age likes to post: top video game music. (Granted, I have not actually played most of these. Usually it was Significant Other or a friend/room mate , but the music certainly caught my fancy...)

(BBQNinja501st - An evening in)

Chrono Trigger - Frog's Theme (Orchestral)

Final Fantasy X - The Trials
(I always found this strangely hypnotising...)

Splinter Cell 3 - Battery

Ninja Gaiden - Under Alert

I have saved the best my favourite for last: Voodoo Vince OST by Steve Kirk.
A delicious mixture of New Orleans/Gypsy fusion jazz, this is the only soundtrack I actually purchased and owned.

Voodoo Vince - Back Stoop

Voodoo Vince - Main Street

Voodoo Vince - Back Stoop
(my favourite!)

Feel free to reply and post anything that you enjoy!

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Comments ( 5 )

What's that picture from? Because I adore it.

Yay music! I like musics


What's that picture from?

I forgot to put in the source in the post. Let me fix that...

In direct reply to your question it is An evening in by BBQNinja501st.

Oh man, the Chrono Trigger soundtrack... That might have been the game that started my love of videogame music. I hunted down and purchased Yasunori Mitsuda's soundtracks way back around 2000, before albums were easily available online. Chrono Cross, Xenogears, Xenosaga episode 1... all amazing games, but the music was downright astonishing.


all amazing games, but the music was downright astonishing.


I have never been much of a video game player myself, but the work that these composers do for some of these games is incredible (Final Fantasy springs to mind here).

I was just reminded of another of the single greatest videogame soundtracks to come out this side of the millenium: Shadow of the Colossus.

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