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F-ZERO The Transmitter

Platforms: SNES
Year: 2004
Catalog Number: MTSR-1
Published by: Magical Trick Society

Number of Files: 13
Total Filesize: 98 MB
Date Added: Nov 7th, 2014
Album type: Arrangement

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  # Song Name MP3  
 
1. TITLE 1:02 3.27 MB get_app
 
2. MUTE CITY 4:47 11.89 MB get_app
 
3. BIG BLUE 3:42 9.41 MB get_app
 
4. SAND OCEAN 2:47 7.30 MB get_app
 
5. DEATH WIND 2:18 6.19 MB get_app
 
6. YOU LOST 0:05 1.12 MB get_app
 
7. SILENCE 2:10 5.87 MB get_app
 
8. PORT TOWN 3:36 9.17 MB get_app
 
9. RED CANYON 4:29 11.19 MB get_app
 
10. WHITE LAND 2:54 7.55 MB get_app
 
11. FIRE FIELD 4:01 10.12 MB get_app
 
12. ENDING 4:03 10.18 MB get_app
 
13. RANKING 1:36 4.57 MB get_app

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MusicalArtifact

01:17 Apr 25th, 2020Offline

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This album is awesome, it should be the default music album for MSU-1 usage.

It sounds more like Ridge Racer or Wipeout? Maybe compared to F-Zero X, but this album is for F-Zero on the SNES. The style may be rock but the instruments give the soundtrack a noticeable techno vibe. This album is closer to F-Zero SNES than a lot of remix albums I've listened to before.

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01:16 Apr 25th, 2020Offline

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These sound like they belong more in a modern-day Ridge Racer or Wipeout game than F-Zero. I respect the effort put in, but F-Zero, with the lone exception of GX, has a distinctly rock-heavy style. Gimme them screamin' guitars over thumping 808 beats any day.