Strider: Game rip
Nice melodic tunes, though expect only synthetized ones, because they are ripped from 16-bit console Sega Genesis. Only bad thing is that some tunes are "too beepy" :) If you worry about the size, get the genesis music files instead. [7/10]
Facts / description
-- All tracks were recorded from the actual Genesis and Strider game cart. The track names are all made up, tried to be creative with them and name them according to what took place and where. If you just downloaded this soundtrack and DO NOT know what Strider is... SHAME ON YOU. Find the damn game whether it be ROM or official and play this game. It was way ahead of it's time. ALL SONS OF OLD GODS DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 Flight TO Kafazu  The City Of Kafazu [A.D. 2049]  Strobaya [The Muscle Man]  Kafazu City [2nd Section]  Atop The Imperial Fortress  Battle Against Urobolos [The Iron Ruler]  Siberia  Mountain Climbing  Battle Against Solo~ Escape Down The Mountain  Electrical Nuisance  Battle Against The Kuniang M.A. Team  Flying Fortress Balrog  Anti Gravity Core  Escape ~ Battle Against Captain Beard Jr.  Strange Jungle  Across The Moat  The Amazon  Dinosaur Ride!  Battle Against Lago [Mecha T-Rex]  The Third Moon  Anti Gravity  Master Meio's Theme  The Death Of The Grandmaster  Stage Clear  Cinema [Siberia]  Cinema  Master Meio's Theme [Ver.2]  Master Meio's Theme [Ver.3]  Ending ~ Ranking  Game Over  Continue  Sound Effect Library
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Record created/updated: 26. September 2002.
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