The quality of the music in this CD shines with originality, incredible synth quality, and a great sense of variety. Originality is also something that GS has going for it, unlike many RPGs this soundtrack relies very little on strings. What you hear on the CD is exactly what came out of your PSX, but then again, with music this good who needs arrangements. Last comment Jun by McCall. I unreservedly recommend this soundtrack not just to fans of RPG music, but to all music fans in general. The two-disc set begins with the rousing, ebulliently western “Into the World of Fantasy” main theme, one of the most perfectly developed, satisfyingly crafted melodies ever heard in a game. Most notable of all is the ending credits music, “Avertuneiro Antes Lance Mao”, which builds slowly on a repeating motif from a simple, wistful flute melody to full orchestra and percussion, and closes the song with an overwhelming, profound glory of a live chorus.
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Genso Suikoden Original Game Soundtrack
Each CD is around an hour and all of the tracks have a decent length. Last comment Jun by Zorbfish.
Genso Suikoden Music: Celtic Collection, Vol. 2
Music of this magnitude comes along agonizingly rarely, and must be snapped up the moment it materializes. The Genso Suikoden geno is housed on two compact discs and has a total of fifty-eight songs including one that doesn’t appear on the game.
Each part of the game world had a different style of music. All the music is done with synthesizers but these are all incredible – perhaps even topping the sound quality of Sounftrack Ys ‘ Each song is sokndtrack through at least twice making the average track length somewhere between three and five minutes. Any albums similar to the Suikoden Asian and Celtic Collections?
If you love Suikoden’s music, you’ll love this! Genso Suikoden Music Collection: Guitars, flutes and drums are what you’ll find here; there’s even an occasional vocal or two. Throughout, the presentation is solidly supported by the astonishing sound quality.
Game Music :: Suikoden Series :: Discography
The album is literally a bursting mine of gems. It really creates a mood.
Most notable of all suikden the ending credits music, “Avertuneiro Antes Lance Mao”, which builds slowly suikodrn a repeating motif from a simple, wistful flute melody to full orchestra and percussion, and closes the song with an overwhelming, profound glory of a live chorus.
Originality is also something that GS has going for it, unlike many RPGs this soundtrack relies very little on strings. Last comment Jul by GoldfishX. From there it plunges the listener head-first into a spectacular musical exposition gleaming with examples of classical, modern orchestral, folk, new-age, ambient, eastern zuikoden, military, Celtic, and baroque genres. I assure you GS delivers and delivers big.
The venerable Konami Kukeiha Club has driven itself to the edge, and produced a work of stylistically expansive, culturally broad musical erudition, rivaled by few for sheer breadth of artistry. If you’re expecting something akin to Ys Perfect Collection you’re wrong.
Genso Suikoden Original Game Soundtrack
For those who enjoy traditional RPG music, the soundtrack to Konami’s PlayStation RPG Genso Suikoden is about as divine an object as one could hope to lay hands on, even though to describe the content as merely “traditional” is an insulting slight.
I truly love this one.
What you hear on the CD is exactly what came out of your PSX, but then again, with music this good who needs arrangements. In fact, I’ve come across the phrase, “Suikoden has a marvelously lush soundtrack” in more than one review of the game.
Apart from the occasional use of real instruments throughout the soundtrack, the digital instrumental quality is eerily, perhaps suspiciously What does Konami know that the others don’t? The ending music is also slightly extended over the game and features a little more singing Konami’s Kukeiha Club managed to pack more emotion into these two CDs than Hallmark can pack into an entire greeting card store!
All in all, this is an extremely well-produced and written soundtrack that deserves a spot on your shelf near Symphony Ys ‘ Those that sparkle brightest include the heart-wrenching “Theme of Grieving”, an indescribably beautiful, haunting requiem performed by an ethereal, echoing live acoustic guitar that chills to the bone. Also deserving mention are the liner notes which even include some sheet music. The quality of the music in this CD shines with originality, incredible synth quality, and a great sense of variety.