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These are all tunes that have been reviewed by me (Mirsoft). If you want to see the best tunes according my rating, click here. Btw., I'll be really happy if you will add some reviews to music records, if you have different opinion than me, or if you see your favourite album is not reviewed yet. The reviews don't have to be long, it's enough if they will be as long as mine. Just click Add your review and follow the few steps there.

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Fire Fight: Game rip [10/10] [1996]
Firing soundtrack, total techno tunes with lot of athmosphere!

Fish Fillets: Game rip (Win) [9/10] [1998]
Very nice slow wet soundtrack :) Though quality of the tunes should be better, they are really very nice, melodic and comfortable :)

Flashback: Game rip (CD32) [8/10] [1993]
The very rare rips from the Flashback (I think CD32 version?), it's pity there are only two tracks..

Flying Heroes: Original soundtrack (Win) [8/10] [2000]
Cool and long soundtrack with many action ideas and interesting is that whole soundtrack is threaten as epic game story, from the begining to the end.

Formula 1 '99: Game rip [8/10] [21 Oct 1999]
Cool fast racing techno tunes. One of the best musics in Formula's games. Sit into the car and driiiiive :))

Formula 1 97: Game rip [5/10] [1997]
Guitar racing tunes. Not bad, but to tell the truth, I like the techno tracks in the Psygnosis Formula 1 sequels much more like these rock/guitars..

Formula Karts: Game rip (Win) [8/10] [1997]
True rave tracks and real top of the fast rave Karts series tunes.

Fury of the Furries CD32 Redbook Audio [10/10] [1993]
Great different tunes, with absolutely great melodies and ideas. This is enhanced version from CD32 audio, but you can find much more tunes from this game as MODs, and they are all really worth of listening!

Fury of the Furries: Game rip (Amiga) [10/10] [1994] Music Download Info
In this classic jump'n'run game have been done great tunes, which were based on the country the levels were in. Listen and enjoy the game's athmosphere... :)

FX Fighter: Game rip [9/10] [1995]
Great fast beat'em up tunes, many styles, melodies and ideas, great for listening and also for playing ;)

G-Darius: Game rip [4/10] [11 Sep 1998]
Well, not my type of music. Good rhythm, maybe good to game, but bad for listening. Weird sounds during whole game, and music is "too chaotic". In addition, the better tracks are stored in the 'Zuntata Rare Selection Impromptu' compilations.

G-Nome: Game rip [8/10] [1997]
Very different and original tunes, though the beginning of the soundtrack is a bit better then the end.

G-Police: Game rip [7/10] [30 Sep 1997]
Cool soft-techno tunes, but they may come a bit boring somehow...

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers: Game rip [8/10] [1993]
Very good action tunes (though it isn't action game :) ) with main motive repeating in more tunes.

Game Music Concert 2 ~ The Best Selection (Orchestral Game Concert 2) (SNES) [7/10] [28 Nov 1992] WPCL-709
Fans of classic music will love this one - second part of Game music concert contain another 18 famous game tunes re-arranged by Tokyo Symphony Orchestra. You can expect classic music with violin, bass, trumpets and everything what belongs to them. First half of CD are less known pieces, seconf one are mostly famous Final Fantasy ones. Though it's only "remake" of existing tunes, if you like classic music a lot, you can add three points to the rating.. :)

Game Music Concert ~ The Best Selection (Orchestral Game Concert 1) (SNES) [8/10] [18 Nov 1991] WPCL-560
Very nice album for all fans of orchestrated music. Most famous classic Nintendo console tunes (from the early 90s) are arranged with Tokyo Symphony Orchestra. This is first from the series of five CDs - though they are still "only" old classics, which you possibly listened lot to.

Gamebox: Game rip (Dos) [7/10] [1995]
This actually is not new music, because Gamebox is compilation of games, and the tunes are mostly Earthworm Jim, I think. Nice ones, but Earthworm Jim soundtracks are better.

Gamera 2000: Original soundtrack (PS1) [8/10] [25 Apr 1997] ZTTL-0010
Nice tracks, typical for Zuntata - real masters in Game music. It has the great game-music feel, but also cool rhythm and ideas. The style is something between dance and techno.

Gate of Thunder: Game rip [7/10] [21 Feb 1992]
Typical arcade "power rocking" tunes. Don't expect something special, "only" cool guitar rock tunes with arcade athmosphere :)

Gauntlet Legends: Game rip [6/10] [31 Aug 1999]
Something orchestral which sounds like movie soundtracks. Nothing awesome, but listenable. Some tracks are missing, maybe they were some sound fx, who knows..

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