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Blue Blur: Sonic Generations Original Soundtrack Download link inside (Booklet scans also available)

#1 User is offline Ashram 

Posted 11 January 2012 - 04:47 PM

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New year, same story. Got the new soundtrack, had the day off, got right to scanning.

Here's the album, 320kb .MP3: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0O23GUWZ

Here are the booklet scans (And other things): http://vgmdb.net/album/29979
This post has been edited by Ashram: 13 January 2012 - 03:53 PM

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 05:59 PM

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Thanks as always buddy! :) Downloading now... When it's done I'm so listening to it!

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Oh man, I woke up from my nap at the right time. Thanks a bunch Ashram, you da 'hog.

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Top notch! Thanks a ton, dude.

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Time to finally ditch the game rip, though it's served my ears well.

Thanks for the rip!

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This is some incredible stuff! I can't wait to go through all of these again, but not looped of course.
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 06:26 PM

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For anyone who downloaded the booklet scans, you may want to download them again; someone on FFShrine caught one of my little booboos: Apparently I scanned two pages twice and forgot the actual one. It's been remedied now.

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Thanks so much man. It's great to finally hear some of the tracks I had been after for awhile now.

The Biolizard song doesn't disappoint ~

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Woah, I'm very surprised by how many tracks Richard Jacques did. Seaside Hill Act 1? Silver?? Egg Dragoon???

It's interesting because, after listening to his remixes in order, you start to see the similarities in general style. That's pretty awesome!

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View PostCrappy Blue Luigi, on 11 January 2012 - 06:57 PM, said:

Woah, I'm very surprised by how many tracks Richard Jacques did. Seaside Hill Act 1? Silver?? Egg Dragoon???

It's interesting because, after listening to his remixes in order, you start to see the similarities in general style. That's pretty awesome!


I didn't even know he was involved at all. Neat! So he's the one who arranged Perfect Chaos Part 2 apparently...very interesting.

Thanks forever and always Ashram.

EDIT: No Fumie Kumatani anywhere, not even for the cutscenes. Hope that doesn't mean what I think it does.
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Very cool. Much thanks!

Hehhehheh, you credited Jun Senoue to Green Hill Act 1 in the tags, yet Naofumi Hayata's credited in the booklet. Oops!


Also, holy shit, Richard Jaques composed the Time Eater theme?! And split Modern Sky Sanctuary with Senoue? Dude!

As a melody the Time Eater theme comes off a bit generic for my tastes, but it's hard to make orchestral melodies stand out for me, especially in video games. I still give him props for the subtle atmosphere he uses for various takes on it (boss themes vs. cutscene cameos, etc.). Love the Part 2 mix. As for SSZ... I thought there was something... decent about the arrangement and mixing of the Modern track(s) that Senoue normally doesn't seem to give a shit about. Again, little subtleties in things behind the melody - chord structure, little string accents, things like that. Basically, it had a bit of extra spit and polish put into it, something I often find Senoue's compositions need more of. To really hear it all and be able to focus on it outside of the game, it's really a treat.

Damn, I'm only on track 11 of disc 1, but so far everything just feels... great. As with the visuals throughout the game, hearing the audio on its own, it feels like the audio crew really did go all-out and make this game's soundtrack a celebration of Sonic's various soundscapes throughout the years. I'm thinking this is goin' on my DSi for the semester.

Cheers, Ashram!

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View PostCrappy Blue Luigi, on 11 January 2012 - 06:57 PM, said:

Woah, I'm very surprised by how many tracks Richard Jacques did. Seaside Hill Act 1? Silver?? Egg Dragoon???


What got me is that he apparently handled the Biolizard remix. What the hell? I love it to bits and would never have guessed.

Thanks so much for the rip! It's great to have clear, clean versions of all the 3DS tracks.
This post has been edited by corneliab: 11 January 2012 - 07:17 PM

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Quick question, does anyone have a high quality shot of the album cover? I want something for my itunes art.

Can't wait to download this and replace the game rips with these versions when I get home. Finally some 3DS Boss rips. Awesome

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would someone mind putting up the corrected booklet page separately? I can't seem to get it for whatever reason.

Also totally blown away by Richard Jacques doing the Time Eater. He's beaten Kobayashi at his own game!

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Hey, this is pretty awesome. I'm still looking forward to purchasing it on iTunes though.

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