Well, BC's gotten himself a hold of a vocal-only track from Metal Gear Solid 2 and created an amazing, complete song around it, in true Portishead fashion. And when I say Portishead, I mean Portishead - if you've heard their stuff, especially 'Roads' from Dummy, you should hear some definite similarities in style and execution. 109 rows Free Metal Gear Solid 2 - Sons of Liberty - The Complete Soundtrack (gamerip). Overall, the official soundtrack to Metal Gear Solid 2 Sons of Liberty feels a little empty. Its focus on Gregson-Williams' compositions makes a definitive statement of 'games can do Hollywood too', reflects favourably on how well the music fits some of the game's cinematic sequences, and seems representative of the dark futuristic feel of the.
Source Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake Konami/King Record KICA-7501 Apr 05, 1991 Generator MAME 0.188 beta (modded by Valley Bell) 'Metal Gear 2', one of the last games officially released for the MSX2, represented a quantum leap over the original game and formed the basis of the PlayStation smash hit 'Metal Gear Solid'. This included the music, an exceptional soundtrack made possible with the.
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Posted 2003-03-08, evaluated by djpretzel
This is fantastic, a great addition to OC ReMix, and one of my personal favorite ReMixes hands-down. I've liked BenCousins'stuff in the past - while often minimal, those elements present have always been very polished, having a trip-hoppish, authentic quality to them. This is on another level, though. Howso? Well, BC's gotten himself a hold of a vocal-only track from Metal Gear Solid 2 and created an amazing, complete song around it, in true Portishead fashion. And when I say Portishead, I mean Portishead - if you've heard their stuff, especially 'Roads' from Dummy, you should hear some definite similarities in style and execution. Which is absolutely brilliant to me, as they're a great band that virtually defined what trip-hop is with their debut album, are fairly hard to emulate at this level, and their style works absolutely, drop-dead gorgeously with the original vocal. With tremolo electric piano chords opening us up on top of some scrapy electrical synth fx, a heavily compressed, slow drum beat enters, followed by a spliced-to-match version of the original vocal that breaks away from the drums and brings in stellar piano and strings, then segues back in with the same beat. There's also distant, vibrato-heavy B3 organ - all of these, if you're not familiar with them, are staple Portishead foods, and they're used so damn immaculately that this not only sounds like it could be on a Portishead album, but that it would easily be the single. And dammit, they're one of my favorite bands, so that's one of the biggest compliments I can dole out. The follow segment with dueling vocal riffs on either side of the stereo field is to die for. Then there's some drum breaks beneath the original vocal, and things end with a perfecto reveal on the repeating mutated vocal-type lead. You may not dig the genre, but brothers and sisters, this is some fine, fine work. If you like this and by some chance haven't heard Dummy, it's a safe bet you'll dig that too. BenCousins has created an OC ReMix masterpiece and a trip-hop masterpiece in one fell swoop. Highly recommended, not to be missed.
Metal Gear Solid Free Download
Posted 2002-06-28, evaluated by djpretzel
Metal Gear Solid Ost
Chances are, you may have heard this MGS2 / Devil May Cry hybrid arrangement with cinematic and gothic overtones by Mr. Hudson before - it's been on the net for quite awhile. Given it was already so famous, me and Jared both decided it would be cool if, for its debut on OCR, he remastered it a bit, tweaked a few things here and there, etc. Just to add a little bonus to those already intimately familiar :) In typical Jared Hudson style, this is a very strong piece with prominent percussion, great dynamics, lush arrangement, and a flair for the melodramatic. Jared loves those swells and power chords, and I for one don't hold it against him, as long as they're done like they are here - well. I have always been and will always be partial to Konami's Metal Gear Solid games - they really started something with the original, the follow-up being more an evolution than a revolution but still making all the right improvements. My type of game, and the score to MGS2 by Gregson-Williams is indeed film-quality - better, in fact, that some of John Williams' recent stuff. The type of soundtrack that would give the competing Oscar nominations for best score a run for their money (though last year LotR won and deserved it a thousand times over) Jared mixes and matches the gothic elements of the Devil May Cry soundtrack, which I'm less familiar with, into a two-segment piece that's almost transparent in its blending. Very suspenseful, epic, and well-constructed - as most good film music does, this arrangement tells a story in its clear progression, rises, and falls, and conjures rich visual images. Give it a listen, even if you've heard a version before, and a review, even if you've reviewed it before. Great stuff, highly recommended.