It doesn't happen often that you can see so many "big names" under one soundtrack. All people are famous from amiga demos- and games- scene and they created on this CD absolutely new soundtrack with attempt to make some epic story. It has all prediction to be the best of the best, and it is without doubt very good soundtrack, but it doesn't reach the highest ones - I don't know why, but it comes a bit boring through the listening, maybe it's because lag of ideas. But it's still nice 8 points. :) [8/10]
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(c) copyright 2000 by the Merregnon Development Team, All rights reserved.
01. Prologue 02. Welcome to Merregnon [Jonne Valtonen] 03. Village in the Mountains [Jogeir Liljedahl] 04. Story of Humans and Dragons [Allister Brimble] 05. Burning Lascest [Olof Gustafsson] 06. Farganda's Appearance [Rudolf Stember] 07. Go for Rescue [Markus Holler] 08. Secrecy of Deep Affection [Gustaf Grefberg] 09. Attack of the Surgids [Jason Chong] 10. Black Cult's Gathering [Jogeir Liljedahl] 11. Encounter with the Dragon [Fabian Del Priore] 12. King Arames' Castle [Gustaf Grefberg] 13. Meeting for the Hunt [Olof Gustafsson] 14. Refreshing Bath [Markus Holler] 15. Evil Wizard's Words [Jonne Valtonen] 16. Reflections of Gallahadt [Fabian Del Priore] 17. Midnight Ritual [Allister Brimble] 18. Final Confrontation [Jason Chong] 19. Above the Clouds of Merregnon [Fabian Del Priore] 20. Epilogue 21. Light at the End of the Tunnel (Medley) [Chris Hülsbeck]
Record created/updated: 24. September 2004.
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