ShadowWraith: Game rip
Publisher: Starplay Productions
Developer: Terminal Sunset Software
Original/port composers: Volker Tripp, Andrew Schlesinger, Steven Allen, Thomas Chenhall
Platform: Macintosh (1995)
Related Plaform: Macintosh
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Volker Tripp, Andrew Schlesinger, Steven Allen, Thomas Chenhall
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Dr. Spa
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 26
Size of archive: 2.57 MBytes
- "Finally!" (by TheoX, 9 Mar 2009) [10/10]
THANK YOU SO MUCH.
I have been searching for this soundtrack for ages upon ages. I've been carrying around my old Shadow Wraith CD, hoping to be able to use someone's mac and rip the mods with a resource editor. I've thoroughly scanned every single google page that has come up on a search for this music. This has literally been the hardest soundtrack EVER to locate. So my thanks go out to whoever runs this site, and whoever uploaded this soundtrack! I am forever in debt!
- "YEESSSS!!" (by Oryx, 27 Apr 2010) [10/10]
Like TheoX, I've been seaching everywhere for this soundtrack for years, (also kept my original cd :P) but haven't found it til now. This was one of my favorite games and soundtracks ever. Thank yoooou! :D
- "Very nice" (by 5260, 5 Sep 2011) [8/10]
I didn't play the game much (only had a demo), But the track "Stardust" really caught my attention! Now I have it!!!
Lucky my Linux music player(ubuntu 9.04) can play this type of sound, or I would be outta luck. I guess it could be converted to mp3 for people, but never get rid of the original, of course.
- "Revenge is Best Served on the Net" (by honkstar82, 13 Nov 2012) [9/10]
Cyberpunk infopulses from some great artists. Never played the game, but this music is extremely good. From Marshins to Stardust Memories, the archive has a lot of awesome machine-synth rock tunes with heavy techno undertones. It's pretty easy to close your eyes while listening and feel yourself in a futeristic nightclub. The entire package is sold, there are no stinker tunes in my opinion. Highly recommended, this is a great example of why old game music rocks!
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