Microcosm (Sega Cd) Redbook Audio

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Album name: Microcosm (Sega Cd) Redbook Audio
Number of Files: 8
Total Filesize: 25 MB
Date added: Nov 23rd, 2006

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  # Song Name MP3  
 
1. the sun 1:59 2.63 MB get_app
 
2. callhinor 2:09 2.94 MB get_app
 
3. egoniaga 2:04 2.83 MB get_app
 
4. quiggin 3:24 4.63 MB get_app
 
5. bodor 2:19 3.12 MB get_app
 
6. healey-kae 2:09 2.92 MB get_app
 
7. ouida 2:04 2.81 MB get_app
 
8. kalum koll 2:14 3.02 MB get_app

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Submitted by Guest
Rating: 1/10

This is NOT the soundtrack to Microcosm. Where are the themes for 'Cephalic Vein' or 'Left Hemisphere'?


Submitted by Telstar
Rating: 5/10

I've been lookin' for this nearly forever. Thanks for the one who uploaded it, now to burn it to a Audio CD and listen in my car while driving the congested streets of Tijuana... :D


Submitted by Guest
Rating: 1/10

I don't know which soundtrack this is but it is not the Seag CD version of Microcosm.


Submitted by Guest
Rating: 5/10

Uh, yeah. I'm pretty sure this is the Microcosm soundtrack. At least what I remember from my Sega CD copy.


Submitted by Guest
Rating: 8/10

This is indeed the soundtrack to the Sega CD version of Microcosm...The PC version OST is MUCH different, and honestly I like this one better. The CD itself plays these tracks as well.


Submitted by skullthug
Rating: 10/10

This is TECHNICALLY the audio on the CD of Microcosm. But the game itself doesn't actually use any of these- I remember this being very confusing. I wonder why they were put on the disk then? Abandoned?
They don't even seem like they would fit anywhere in the game.