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    Such an awesome collection.

    What is your audio rig? Do you have a listening room?

    I've noticed that when I get to listen to music on a nice rig I can hear little things that were not present in a simpler system.

    Goodluck in your search for amazing music.

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    At first thank you very much for your appreciation guys! I'll put up more of my collection in the future Now to your remarks and questions.

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    Excellent update! My favorite out of those seven is one of the most iconic: Strider Hiryu.
    Sorry for my ignorance, but I find it to be the least interesting of the bunch. This may concur with my relation to Strider in general: I just don't like the game too much. Apart from that the soundtrack is not very "listenable" imo. But then again that's just me.

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackaneseNiNjA View Post
    This is an awesome collection! Very nice! Love that the Ninja Warriors ost in there too, but where the Ninja Warriors Again ost at? lol


    (It's just a coincidence I have this album. Never played Ninja Warriors Again and just bought the CD for the Pocky & Rocky first press amulet bonus)

    Quote Originally Posted by Hasuki-san View Post
    since we are all nerds in some way: how long would it take to listen to all your soundtracks in a row ? Lifetime wouldnï―īt be enough I guess
    Nice question. I'm now close to 500 CDs/Vinyl LPs (mind: just the game music related ones ). Add some discs for multi-volume releases you may end up with 550 records total. Given an average playing time of 40 minutes you get 22.000 minutes in total which equals ~366h which equals ~15.3 days in the end. Well I hope I do have a bit more time to spend in my life

    Quote Originally Posted by sr20det510 View Post
    Such an awesome collection.

    What is your audio rig? Do you have a listening room?

    I've noticed that when I get to listen to music on a nice rig I can hear little things that were not present in a simpler system.

    Goodluck in your search for amazing music.
    I don't use any special audio rig to listen to them or am audiophile by any means. I do have a mid-range audio system and that's it. Nothing really fancy, sorry. However I'm planning to get me some good headphones just for the reasons you explained.


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    Your nickname suits very well for someone who has decided collecting NGH

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    Quote Originally Posted by suicidekiller View Post
    At first thank you very much for your appreciation guys! I'll put up more of my collection in the future Now to your remarks and questions.

    I don't use any special audio rig to listen to them or am audiophile by any means. I do have a mid-range audio system and that's it. Nothing really fancy, sorry. However I'm planning to get me some good headphones just for the reasons you explained.

    Mid-range audio I feel is perfect because return on investment/increases in fidelity for high end audio takes tons of money. A nicely reviewed $700-1000 speaker set gets you pretty close in sound to a 5-6000 speaker, or more. Some will argue this is not the case, but I truly believe it is true.

    Find an old audio receiver (1970s), most can really drive headphones nicely, and you'll have a nice phono stage also.
    I really like the Sennheiser HD600 headphone, great overall headphone.

    Can't wait to see more of your collection. I can still remember listening to Yuzo Koshiro's music 25 year or so ago. That's when I began realizing how important a role music can play in a game.

    Music can bring back some great memories.

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    Very nice collection!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suicidekiller View Post


    (It's just a coincidence I have this album. Never played Ninja Warriors Again and just bought the CD for the Pocky & Rocky first press amulet bonus)
    Yep, that's the one! You rock!

    Give Ninja Warriors Again a good playthrough some time. It's a great game and one of my favorite OST's on the snes along with X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse and of course Mega Man X.

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    You should offer a streaming service. Where do I subscribe?
    Looking for:
    MVS - Samurai Shodown V Special, Matrimelee.
    Atomiswave - Samurai VI, Metal Slug VI.
    Dreamcast PAL Console.

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    I'll send you my Paypal address via PM


    Quote Originally Posted by Pep
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    Seeing all this nice soundtracks: Whatīs your favourite Shmup Soundtrack (original & arranged) ?

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    Good question. There are so many good ones out there I'd trim them down to the Psikyo and Toaplan shmups which are basically Masaki Izutani and Tatsuya Uemura for me. From there it get's tough though since they've done so many good ones. Probably Strikers 1945 II for Izutani-san and Out Zone for Uemura (or Vimana if you don't count Out Zone as shmup). A honorable mention goes to Yousuke Yasui with Eschatos. Great game and great music! Raiden was also awesome... just so many to choose from

    Concerning shmups arrangements there are not enough of them available imo to get a fair choice. Some of the Toaplan soundtracks contain an arranged track and Zuntata later did some arrange albums for Taito games but that's about it. However I can really recommend the Metal Black -The First- arrange album, great music throughout!


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    thats nice. Didnīt knew that anything useful comes from Metal Black. But I donīt really like horizontal shooters at all and the saturn version isnīt that good overall. Anyway I like those Toaplan Soundtracks also very much, the composition and the used instruments/sound effects are Toaplan specific and can be recognized even by shm-oobs. Eschatos I didnīt like at all, so I havenīt heard the soundtrack, but yeah, Raiden was great, everything from Seibu I like

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    A small but important update in the Capcom department



    Quote Originally Posted by Pep
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    Awesome soundtracks bud.. very impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suicidekiller View Post

    (It's just a coincidence I have this album. Never played Ninja Warriors Again and just bought the CD for the Pocky & Rocky first press amulet bonus)
    So baller, congrats! If you can, you should def try SNES NW, it's amazing, for years I stared at it at the mompop shop and never bit, deep regret, did emulate the bejesus out of it well after for a long time and now the everdrive fills the void, maybe one day I'll splurge and get the cart but this is not a game you want to miss, play it however you can, it's worth it.

    Awesome gets, I love it!

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