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A NiGHTS Remix: Another Dreams

A NiGHTS Remix: Another Dreams was released by Tokuma Japan Communications in 1997 and consists of 11 remixes from the game NiGHTS Intro Dreams. There are 4 vocal tracks, 3 of which are remixes of NiGHTS main theme called "Dreams Dreams" and is sung by vocalist Curtis King, Jr. and Dana Calitri. The fourth vocal song--[Interlude]--is just a shorter version of the song "18 - Dreams, Dreams - A Cappella Version (Boyz II Men)" from the Christmas NiGHTS album but apparently there seems to be some dispute over whether or not it is actually BIIM in the song.. after reading up on it, it appears that the vocals are sung by: Marlon Saunders, Gabriel Morris, and Issa Clemon. Which is odd considering when the cd is ripped, it comes up as BIIM as the artist but It's obviously a misprint.

The Disc has been Out-of-Print for some time now but I've uploaded the album to the site (in 320kbs) for those of you looking for it.

Website Update

As per your request, albums with more than 10 tracks now have full-album download links at the bottom of the respected pages. I know it took a week longer than I had originally anticipated but the links are now fully functional.

Another thing I want to mention is that I created another post in the Forums titled "Upload Request" so if there is an album that you wish to download but I do not currently offer on the website, you can post a reply and as long as the album is not available online to purchase, I will do my best to obtain the requested album--if we do not already have it in our archive--and upload it to the website.

Remember, if the audio you request has to be extracted from the game's files, it will take longer to upload than an album that is out of print or a limited edition release because extracted files require more work than an official release but if you have a request, be sure to let us know.

Final Fantasy Vocal Collections Vol.1 -PRAY-

Final Fantasy: Pray is the first of the Vocal Collections series composed by Nobuo Uematsu and Ririko Yamabuki. It consists of vocal arrangements from earlier Final Fantasy pieces such as: Music Box (FFV), Matoya's Cave (FF), Tina (FFVI) and The Boundless Ocean (FFIII)--My personal favorites from the album. I actually was surprised when I discovered Pray, I remember browsing around a couple years ago looking for a new Final Fantasy album to listen to when I came across it. I've become accustomed to the various orchestral arrangements by that point but I've never heard of the Vocal Collections and I was pleasently surprised. It's not exacly the best Final Fantasy album ever produced but it's certainly unique in that four languages are used throughout the 11-tracks and I'm not currently aware of another Video Game Album that's even similar.

The album was re-printed in 2004 but It seems to be out-of-print again. There are used copies floating around Ebay and as of this moment two new copies but beware.. if you read the user reviews some of their albums seem to be counterfeit copies. I've already been burned by that back when I first purchased the Final Fantasy VII Original Score and I think it was somewhere around $60.. So, I can't say I was happy about that but I've uploaded the album to the site for anyone that's interested.

One last thing, here's a neat little note regarding Final Fantasy: Pray by composer and producer Nobuo Uematsu that's been translated from Japanese (Thanks finalfantasy.wikia).

Praying makes people content.
Praying makes people calm
People pray for what they don't have
It could be health, love, or even money.
Writing music is praying for me.
I present myself the love, care, and other forgotten feelings which I must give myself.
I am balancing my feelings by doing so
Praying is any harmony directed outwards
When people harmony backwards, praying turns into cursing.
Why should we go backwards?
Look forward.
Don't be afraid to pray for what you want.
Pray for your own self.
Everything starts in that moment.


The Walking Dead: Season 1, Episodes 1-5.

The Walking Dead Score for the first season is all finished and uploaded. This is one of the best extractions I've done yet. The process involved playing through all five episodes and listening closely for the music playing, once I heard it, I searched through the tracks I took from the games files until I found the song. I then--if neccesary--edit the track, then number it according to when I heard it during my playthrough. That way, every song is in proper order. As you can imagine.. it took a while but there are some great songs in this game that deserve to be discovered.

As I mentioned in an eariler post, I did not include some of the short music cues(less than 30 seconds long). In my mind, it wasn't worth spending the extra time to add them to the soundtrack but I did include every major song played during the game and I also added a few that weren't used during the game. Those tracks are placed at the end of the soundtrack after the song that plays when the credits start rolling "Take Us Back."

I have the tracks for the DLC 400 Days as well but I wanted to seperate it from episodes 1-5 because of the different cast of characters and setting but I will be uploading that down the road, once I have some free time.


Currently Listening To..

When you think of the music from the Metal Gear series, typically what comes to mind is a sweeping orchestral piece composed by Harry Gregson-Williams; not an industrial rock style soundtrack fueled by power chords, double-bass and guitar solo's.

For Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, composer Jamie Christopherson introduced just that. With some help from Logan Mader(former guitarist for Machinehead) he branched the Metal Gear series into new musical territory and though I haven't played the game yet, I am digging the OST. Here's one of my favorites off the soundtrack.