Sub-Terrania (Sega Genesis)

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Album name: Sub-Terrania (Sega Genesis)
Number of Files: 17
Total Filesize: 171 MB (MP3), 409 MB (FLAC)
Date added: Mar 25th, 2020
Released on: Sega Mega Drive / Genesis   

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  # Song Name MP3 FLAC  
 
1. Start Sequence (Introduction) 2:56 5.39 MB 16.32 MB get_app
 
2. Carousel (Title Theme) 14:22 18.61 MB 47.11 MB get_app
 
3. Funky Writer (Mission Report) 11:14 21.11 MB 46.49 MB get_app
 
4. Stage Introduction 0:11 0.32 MB 0.92 MB get_app
 
5. Crystal Space (Level I) 8:16 11.34 MB 26.67 MB get_app
 
6. Sublevel (Level II) 8:50 14.78 MB 40.30 MB get_app
 
7. Crystal Space II (Level III) 7:20 10.18 MB 24.09 MB get_app
 
8. Enemy Mines (Level IV) 7:41 12.46 MB 34.15 MB get_app
 
9. Enemy Mines II (Level V) 6:38 10.34 MB 26.30 MB get_app
 
10. Sublevel II (Level VI) 6:02 10.16 MB 29.80 MB get_app
 
11. Power Flower (Level VII) 8:07 12.36 MB 23.01 MB get_app
 
12. Power Flower II (Level VIII) 4:46 7.01 MB 13.25 MB get_app
 
13. Underwater (Level IX) 7:46 10.29 MB 22.08 MB get_app
 
14. Last Level (Final Monster) 4:58 9.83 MB 22.28 MB get_app
 
15. Complete (End Sequence) 6:47 9.26 MB 19.25 MB get_app
 
16. Heroes Theme (High Score) 5:03 6.84 MB 16.62 MB get_app
 
17. Game Over 0:12 0.28 MB 0.56 MB get_app

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Submitted by Guest
Rating: 10/10

This is absolutely one of the best video game soundtracks ever produced. Everything about it creates just the right vibe that matches perfectly with the theme of the story and the action of the gameplay. That vibe is so timeless that you can't necessarily tell that it's early '90s. The sound is definately 16-bit, as with 'The Basement' from the Genesis version of 'Splatterhouse 2' or 'Supervillains' from 'Maximum Carnage', but that sound has charm. Definately maximum quality.

~Iggy Hazard, the E.V.I.L. Republican Gamer


Submitted by uthome
Rating: 10/10

Iam listening to this Sound since it is available. Never heard such a good Videogame Soundtrack ever... its Best of best. 10 of 10