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Moniti Meliora Sequamur presents

Protoculture & Tenishia – Eos

= Release Info =

PERFORMER–=-: Protoculture & Tenishia
TITLE——=-: Eos
LABEL——=-: A State Of Trance
CAT. NR—-=-: ASOT383B
GENRE——=-: Trance
DATE——-=-: Feb.10.2017
QUALITY—-=-: LAME – 320kbps – 44,1Khz – Joint Stereo

= Some Words From The Crew =

Be secure… Ad Infinitum

= Tracklist =

01 Eos                                                          03:31
02 Eos (Extended Mix)                                            06:04


Playtime : 09:35 Min
Size    : 22,01 MB

= Final Words =

We salute the following groups
-=gEm=- -=wAx=- =1KING=- -=TSP=- -=QMI=- -=hM=

In Memoriam
-=SQ=- -=HB=- -=TGX=- -=KTMP3=- -=UKHx=- -=POW=- -=DOC=

= Moniti Meliora Sequamur =

From The Ashes We Rise


Protoculture and Tenishia – Eos-(ASOT383B)-WEB-2017-MMS
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Published on: Feb 10, 2017 @ 08:28

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Artist: Eric Johnson
Album: Ah Via Musicom
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Label: Capitol
Rip Date: 11/06/2006
Store Date: 03/20/1990
Source: CDDA
Encoder: LAME
Quality: 198kbps avg. -V2
Tracks: 11
Total Play Time: 41:00

[Track List]

1. Ah Via Musicom [2:05]
2. Cliffs of Dover [4:10]
3. Desert Rose [4:58]
4. High Landrons [5:46]
5. Steve’s Boogie [1:53]
6. Trademark [4:45]
7. Nothing Can Keep Me from You [4:24]
8. Song for George [1:50]
9. Righteous [3:29]
10. Forty Mile Town [4:13]
11. East Wes [3:27]


Eric Johnson-Ah Via Musicom-1990-EOS
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Published on: Oct 24, 2016 @ 00:33

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OST-Not Another Teen Movie-2001-EOS
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Published on: Jul 17, 2016 @ 20:09

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      Originally released : 12-18-1999
      Release date        : 04-02-2006
      Album name          : Chrono Cross
      Artist              : Yasunori Mitsuda

      Ripped by           : apathy
      Genre               : Soundtrack
      Label               : Digicube

      Encoding Software   : Lame EOS
      Quality             : -V 2

      Tracks              : 67
      Size of Files       : 254,3 MB

      ─ Track list ───────────────────────────────────────── ─── ─ ─

                   CD1 Awakening

        01  02:30  Chrono Cross-Scars Of Time
        02  02:39  Deadline
        03  03:23  Aruni-Home
        04  03:27  Fields Of Time-Home World
        05  02:42  Lizard Dance
        06  03:25  Reminiscing-Forgotten Memory
        07  02:23  On The Beach Of Dreams-Another World
        08  03:32  Aruni-Another
        09  02:52  Thinking Back
        10  03:13  Lost Fragments
        11  02:01  Drowned Valley
        12  02:44  Telmina-Another
        13  03:44  Departed Souls
        14  03:25  Forest Of Illusion
        15  02:55  Shakotsu Mansion
        16  00:56  Victory-Gifts Of Spring
        17  03:24  Lost In Time
        18  03:27  Galdorf-Another
        19  03:11  Hydra Swamp
        20  01:35  Pieces Of Dreams
        21  02:33  Sailing-Another World
        22  02:01  Phantom Ship
        23  03:40  Death Volcano
        24  03:55  Ancient Dragon’s Fort
        25  00:21  Grief

                   CD2 Acceptance

        01  00:43  Beginning Of A Dream
        02  02:48  A Narrow Space Between Dimensions
        03  03:38  Termina-Home
        04  03:02  The Dragoons
        05  03:23  Voyage Home World
        06  03:59  Galdorb Home
        07  02:56  Marbule Home
        08  02:43  Zelbess
        09  01:31  The Splendidly Grand Magic Troupe
        10  00:14  Nap
        11  03:18  Chronomantique
        12  02:47  Dilemma
        13  02:19  Optimism
        14  03:12  Isle Of The Dead
        15  03:10  Dead Seatower Of Destruction
        16  03:27  Prisoners Of Fate
        17  00:33  A Light Already Lost
        18  03:17  Island Of The Earth Dragon
        19  02:59  Navel Of The World
        20  02:00  Gale
        21  00:53  Victory A Cry In Summer
        22  03:00  Marbule Another
        23  00:13  Magic From The Fairies
        24  00:13  Etude 1
        25  00:15  Etude 2
        26  03:31  Magical Dreamers-The Wind, The Stars, And The Sea

                   CD3 Return

        01  02:45  Garden Of God
        02  04:13  Chronopolis
        03  03:11  Fates-The God Of Destiny
        04  02:56  Jellyfish Sea
        05  02:45  Burning Orphanage
        06  03:49  The Girl Who Stole The Stars
        07  04:02  The Dream That Time Dreams
        08  05:38  Dragon’s Prayer
        09  02:27  Tower Of Stars
        10  02:55  Frozen Flame
        11  03:22  Dragon God
        12  00:42  Dark Realms Of Time
        13  06:33  Life A Distant Promise
        14  01:40  Reminiscing-Uneraseable Memory
        15  04:35  Radical Dreamers-Unstealable Jewel
        16  02:00  Fragment Of A Dream

                                Total time: 183:3

Release notes

After a year of hiatus, Yasunori Mitsuda reappears as
the crafter of yet another wonderful game soundtrack,
one which I have come to enjoy a great deal. Its not
the greatest of game music wonder, but it certainly
seems close. There are many reasons I have to recommend
this. One may enjoy the reappearance of the main themes
from the original Radical Dreamers, a game which I have
never played, and Chrono Trigger, a soundtrack that,
despite its rather fanatical fan following, I have
never truly found altogether interesting or inspiring.
Despite my own knowledge (or lack thereof) of the
themes origins, I find them to be quite enchanting,
especially in their new tear-jerking arrangements.

Unlike previous Mitsuda soundtracks, this one is
dominated by relaxing and even lazy pieces as opposed
to more oppressive and action-oriented ones. This can
be a boon or a blemish, depending on how you look at
it. It took me a while to get used to it, but I came to
favor it in the end. Also, this new offering pulls us
even further into the ethnic realm that the composer
seems to be uncommonly fond of. The ethnic influences
have certainly reared their heads before, but never to
this extent. The Celtic influence in the first track
can be heard immediately upon listening. Other tracks
like Another Termina continue in a familiar tradition
of ethnic festival music. These types of tracks can be
heard in all of Mitsudas works, and I believe that a
particular segment in James Horners score for the
movie Willow (Willows return home) is what originally
inspired them.

If theres one wonderful aspect to this score, its the
abundance of different themes. The thematic richness of
Chrono Cross is of unequalled quality in video games,
with the exception of Final Fantasy VI; one cant help
but hum the different melodies from time to time after
hearing them. This is not limited to just the main
themes, but most of the sub-themes as well, which are
most notably carried by the town tracks, receiving a
generous two arrangements each. Character themes have
been cut down a bit, but there are a few. There is a
large amount of ambient music as well, and to be quite
honest, I dont believe that any game music composer is
as good at it as Yasunori. The best example that I can
think of is Jellyfish Sea, a spectacular track whose
aquatic-sounding nature left me awestruck. Another good
ambient track is Phantom Ship, which interestingly
enough reminds me of the Ghost Ship music composed
for the game Grandia by Noriyuki Iwadare. With all of
the great tracks though, they all pale in comparison to
Life A Distant Promise, a track I believe to be
Mitsudas best yet. This *hugely* emotional version of
the Radical Dreamers theme is infinitely gripping, and
will surely go down in game music history as a classic.

Addressing the sound quality of Chrono Cross, the
synthesis, put simply, is the *best* youll hear from
Playstation. There is none better. Some of the synth is
so good that you may have to pick your jaw up off the
floor after hearing it. There are two instrumental
tracks (the opening and closing pieces) that obviously
top any synth that might have been used.

Like his previous soundtrack, and Nobuo Uematsus
latest couple, Mitsuda finishes it off the with a vocal
piece (another trend that I believe was inspired by
James Horner, specifically by My Heart Will Go On).
Based on the Radical Dreamers theme, it is actually a
mixed bag. The Japanese lyrics are good and the vocals
are heavenly, but I do honestly wish that the
instrumentation had been beefed up a little. I
appreciate simplicity in music sometimes, but it seems
to me that a solo guitar just doesnt cut it. The song
is so simple that it seems a bit drab and lifeless to

Though this is one of the best game soundtracks that
you will find, it isnt perfect. Unfortunately,
although this is just as good technically as Xenogears
(perhaps even better), it is probably Yasunoris most
difficult to appreciate upon first hearing. If you can
believe it, I did not even like this at first, as I was
overly interested in hearing what exciting music the
composer could turn out. After several listens though,
I have come to regard it as my second-favorite Mitsuda
score after Xenogears.

Once youve got the soundtrack in your head, its hard
to get it out, and I would recommend it to any fan of
game music, with the warning that you may not care much
for it at first, due to the lazy atmosphere that seems
to be its primary standing point. If you listen to it
enough though, Im almost sure that it will grow on
you, especially if you are a fan of the soundtracks of
Chrono Trigger or Xenogears. Yasunoris latest
soundtrack may be musically soft-spoken, but it has a
loud and profound impact. [From]


Yasunori Mitsuda-Chrono Cross-3CD-OST-1999-EOS
 254.3 MB
Published on: Aug 16, 2015 @ 01:43