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Ghouls 'n' Ghosts

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Platforms: Commodore 64
Year: 1989

Number of Files: 24
Total Filesize: 83 MB
Date Added: Feb 7th, 2016
Album type: Gamerip

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1. Title Screen 3:53 3.89 MB get_app
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2. Stage 1 The Haunted Graveyard 2:51 2.88 MB get_app
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3. Stage 2 The Village of Decay 2:27 2.47 MB get_app
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4. Stage 3 Baron Rankle's Tower 2:18 2.43 MB get_app
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5. Stage 4 The Crystal Forest 1:53 1.97 MB get_app
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6. Stage 5 Lucifer's Castle 3:13 3.75 MB get_app
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7. Stage Clear! 0:03 0.05 MB get_app
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8. Ending 2:07 2.28 MB get_app
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9. Name Entry 1:39 1.62 MB get_app
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10. Continue 0:12 0.20 MB get_app
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11. Game Over 0:09 0.14 MB get_app
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12. Alternate Version (Unreleased) 0:54 0.93 MB get_app
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13. Title Screen (SID Stereo) 3:54 7.34 MB get_app
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14. Stage 1 The Haunted Graveyard (SID Stereo) 6:13 12.31 MB get_app
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15. Stage 2 The Village of Decay (SID Stereo) 2:38 4.98 MB get_app
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16. Stage 3 Baron Rankle's Tower (SID Stereo) 2:29 4.68 MB get_app
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17. Stage 4 The Crystal Forest (SID Stereo) 2:03 3.99 MB get_app
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18. Stage 5 Lucifer's Castle (SID Stereo) 7:32 14.82 MB get_app
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19. Stage Clear! (SID Stereo) 0:04 0.14 MB get_app
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20. Ending (SID Stereo) 2:08 4.45 MB get_app
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21. Name Entry (SID Stereo) 1:42 3.28 MB get_app
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22. Continue (SID Stereo) 0:13 0.40 MB get_app
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23. Game Over (SID Stereo) 0:10 0.32 MB get_app
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24. Alternate Version (Unreleased) (SID Stereo) 1:55 3.73 MB get_app
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bepisvalleygranolabars

07:32 Aug 30th, 2023Offline

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If you're looking for some fine old synth music, stop and listen to this. This is Tim Follin's rewrite of the Ghouls 'n' Ghosts soundtrack- it's completely different from the usual rendition and it's amazing. The album starts off with a slow environmental first track that begins feeling weak but quickly pulls in all these synthesized sounds of ghosts wailing, bells tolling, thunder clapping, and hearts beating. The second track then eases you in with a good but lighter catchy beat until the album slaps you hard with The Village of Decay, when things start to get really good. Then, the whole thing just keeps getting more and more intense until Lucifer's Castle. It's a really great progression of sound that matches gameplay, which you don't find done nearly as well in other albums.

The whole album also balances a sort of a chiller low-key feeling while managing to pull in all these awesome music tricks. You find variety in instrumentation like this very infrequently: Within single tracks, new instruments are thrown in left and right- they never never feel gimmicky, they're all very distinct, and they are weaved together perfectly. It's masterful. 10/10. This is the kind of album that makes me want to go back and lower my ratings on other albums because it's a good reminder of how good early synth can sound.

That aside, there's also the regular tracks and SID Stereo. The SID Stereo is overall cleaner and more crisp, but the Commodore 64 can sound harsh at times (Continue and Game Over especially) with the regular tracks softening it a bit.

Everything can be recommended, but...
Particularly Great: The Village of Decay, The Crystal Forest, Lucifer's Castle

barney86

04:28 Aug 20th, 2023Offline

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DarkRena

The stage 2 theme in the c64 port sounds really epic

Heck, I would say the whole album is epic!

DarkRena

02:41 Jan 11th, 2022Offline

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The stage 2 theme in the c64 port sounds really epic