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  1. The Ship to Shore PhoneCo., an independent record label that specializes in rare and difficult to find albums, is bringing the soundtrack from EarthBound, also known as Mother 2 in Japan, to North America as a vinyl soundtrack. Hirokazu Tanaka and Keiichi Suzuki's unique and forward-thinking composition from 1994 can finally be enjoyed in old-school record form. While the soundtrack has yet to be released, it can be pre-ordered with a selection of colors for the record itself: classic black, hot spring pink, red and black swirl, and blue/yellow split. Pre-orders will run you about $40 and there is still a bit of a wait until the 2016 release. The number of available albums is limited, so if you're interested, you might want to hop on this before they run out of stock. You might be wondering why a game from 1994 is suddenly receiving a vinyl soundtrack release. Several months ago, Ship to Shore launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to help purchase the licensing rights to releasing the soundtrack in North America and Europe, something that had never been done before. It smashed its initial goal of $42,000 and even managed to reach a number of stretch goals to make more CDs and up the quality of the packaging. Ship to Shore has some future plans for more difficult to obtain video game soundtracks in the near future, so keep your eyes peeled for upcoming announcements for other vinyl and CD releases of obscure gaming music. View full article
  2. The Ship to Shore PhoneCo., an independent record label that specializes in rare and difficult to find albums, is bringing the soundtrack from EarthBound, also known as Mother 2 in Japan, to North America as a vinyl soundtrack. Hirokazu Tanaka and Keiichi Suzuki's unique and forward-thinking composition from 1994 can finally be enjoyed in old-school record form. While the soundtrack has yet to be released, it can be pre-ordered with a selection of colors for the record itself: classic black, hot spring pink, red and black swirl, and blue/yellow split. Pre-orders will run you about $40 and there is still a bit of a wait until the 2016 release. The number of available albums is limited, so if you're interested, you might want to hop on this before they run out of stock. You might be wondering why a game from 1994 is suddenly receiving a vinyl soundtrack release. Several months ago, Ship to Shore launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to help purchase the licensing rights to releasing the soundtrack in North America and Europe, something that had never been done before. It smashed its initial goal of $42,000 and even managed to reach a number of stretch goals to make more CDs and up the quality of the packaging. Ship to Shore has some future plans for more difficult to obtain video game soundtracks in the near future, so keep your eyes peeled for upcoming announcements for other vinyl and CD releases of obscure gaming music.
  3. Valve decided to send Steam Music into its public release yesterday. To celebrate the launch of the new service, they're offering a bunch of free soundtracks and a 75% off sale on a number of their titles. If you're wondering how to get your hands on Steam Music, just update the Steam client and look under the library tab or open Big Picture mode. Currently it does seem a bit difficult to add new music to the library, but Valve has promised to continue accepting feedback from the community and improving their newest feature. As for the sale, there are some great Valve titles for dirt cheap, so you all don't have an excuse to never have played Portal. Also, soundtracks are freely available from: Free to Play, Half-Life, Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode One, Half-Life 2: Episode Two, Portal, and Portal 2. You can also find a ton of other great soundtracks at a low price on Steam. The sale ends on October 1st. If you're looking for a recommendation, I'm really loving the OST for Crypt of the Necrodancer. View full article
  4. Valve decided to send Steam Music into its public release yesterday. To celebrate the launch of the new service, they're offering a bunch of free soundtracks and a 75% off sale on a number of their titles. If you're wondering how to get your hands on Steam Music, just update the Steam client and look under the library tab or open Big Picture mode. Currently it does seem a bit difficult to add new music to the library, but Valve has promised to continue accepting feedback from the community and improving their newest feature. As for the sale, there are some great Valve titles for dirt cheap, so you all don't have an excuse to never have played Portal. Also, soundtracks are freely available from: Free to Play, Half-Life, Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode One, Half-Life 2: Episode Two, Portal, and Portal 2. You can also find a ton of other great soundtracks at a low price on Steam. The sale ends on October 1st. If you're looking for a recommendation, I'm really loving the OST for Crypt of the Necrodancer.
  5. The soundtrack to Vlambeer's retro arcade shooter is on sale and it's something like the Swiss Army knife of soundtracks. I was a bit confused when I read that the Luftrausers soundtrack was available because, for those who don't know, the soundtrack of Luftrausers is made up of numerous tracks that change their combination based on what gear is equipped to your rauser. That means that there are over 100 combinations for different songs that could be included in this bundle. My confusion has dissipated after discovering more about the final product. The Luftrauser's soundtrack holds five original songs and four specific songs used in the game. People who purchase the nine track album will also receive all the individual tracks separated, allowing more musically inclined gamers to remix and play around with them to their heart's content. Note: Kozilek, Luftrauser's composer, says that to remix the tracks "just remove the '.sav' part from the filename." You can download the soundtrack from Kozilek's bandcamp page. What do you think of the Luftrausers game or soundtrack? Do compelling game soundtracks or singles significantly influence your opinion of a game? View full article
  6. The soundtrack to Vlambeer's retro arcade shooter is on sale and it's something like the Swiss Army knife of soundtracks. I was a bit confused when I read that the Luftrausers soundtrack was available because, for those who don't know, the soundtrack of Luftrausers is made up of numerous tracks that change their combination based on what gear is equipped to your rauser. That means that there are over 100 combinations for different songs that could be included in this bundle. My confusion has dissipated after discovering more about the final product. The Luftrauser's soundtrack holds five original songs and four specific songs used in the game. People who purchase the nine track album will also receive all the individual tracks separated, allowing more musically inclined gamers to remix and play around with them to their heart's content. Note: Kozilek, Luftrauser's composer, says that to remix the tracks "just remove the '.sav' part from the filename." You can download the soundtrack from Kozilek's bandcamp page. What do you think of the Luftrausers game or soundtrack? Do compelling game soundtracks or singles significantly influence your opinion of a game?
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