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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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Krazy Ivan: Game rip [6/10] [Jan 1996]
Strongly industrial tunes. May fit very well for the game, but for pure listening it may be too hardcore - but if you meet enough robots in your dreams, you may probably like this music more than me. :)

Land of Genesis: Original soundtrack (Amiga) [7/10] [2001]
Fast action tunes which are inspired by Turrican a lot - sometimes you can hear classic "Turrican" samples here, yohoo!;) And sometimes, you go slightly faster in some soft-techno styles with well made stereo effects. Though the soundtrack seems sometimes poor on samples a bit, it's still cool re-incarnation of Turrican soundtrack, though of course it doesn't reach the god's heights ;)

Lands of Lore 2: Game rip [7/10] [02 Jan 1997]
Rather long soundtrack (almost 2 hours!) and it has lot of cool ideas, though the lag of melodies, because it's mostly ambient background. Pity..

Leander: Game rip (Amiga) [1991] Music Download Info
If you're fan of mediaval tunes (like me :) ) and want to hear something really good, try tunes from this Psygnosis game. They're worth of listen! :)

Legend of 7 Paladins: Game rip (Dos) Music Download Info
These tunes remind me always the far east and though it's first person shooter, you can imagine something like the east fightings there :)

Legend of Mana: Original soundtrack (PS1) [8/10] [23 Jul 1999] SSCX-10034
Cool soundtrack which keeps high quality during whole two CDs of music. It has stable good quality music - not total breakers, but constantly great adventurous songs.

Lemmings 3: Game rip [8/10] [1994]
One of few Lemmings CD-audio soundtracks. You can expect few classic Lemmings tunes with CD-quality performance, and also some new themes and motives. Nice!

Lemmings 3D: Game rip (Dos) [10/10] [Oct 1995] Music Download Info
This is real jewel between the PC Midi game music, enjoy it!

Lemmings Revolution: Game rip [9/10] [30 Apr 2000]
Only 13 minutes of music, but these 13 minutes are fully filled with great tunes and melodies in "classic" Lemmings style. Because tunes are too short, it's good to play one tune two or three times, to "register" all the cool melodies. It's a pity, the authors really could get more space for the tunes, and they could do the tunes repeating twice, it would be a lot better.. :)

Linda Cube: Original soundtrack [7/10] [1998]
Nice soundtrack, you can listen there strong eastern influence, also Japanese singing is there! :) But there are many melodies and cool listening anyway. Too bad that the middle of CD may come a bit boring...

Little Big Adventure 2: Game rip [6/10] [1997]
Almost same motives as in LBA 1, though it contains very nice LBA leading melodies, it doesn't offer much new...

Little Big Adventure: Game rip [8/10] [1994]
Cool audio tracks with significant leading Little Big Adventure melody.

Loaded: Game rip [8/10] [12 Dec 1995]
First tune is very good metal craziness, and other tunes are very fresh mix between hard rock and techno. Really good music!

Loading Ready Run (C64) [7/10] [29 Dec 2001] PPOT-1
Another C64 tunes remix album (there is growing number of them, isn't it? :) ), this time done by the rock band - so you can listen to the tunes in the interesting live guitars/instruments performance. Not bad, but let's say the truth - electronic music fits better to the C64 music :)

Lomax: Game rip [8/10] [Nov 1996]
Great melodic jump'n'run tunes based on Lemmings' ideas.

Loom: Game rip [8/10] [13 Mar 1991] MECG-30001
It's music from CD version of musically very well done adventure game (though very inspired by Pjotr Iljic Tchikovsky :) ). Expect classic adventurous melodic tunes.

Loom: Original soundtrack [8/10] [1990] MECG-30001
Based mostly on classic music composed by Piotr Iliych Tchikovski, remade for the adventure game Loom by orchestra, this music passes very well to the game and also for pure listening. Great for all classic music likers!

Lords of Thunder: Game rip [7/10] [23 Apr 1993]
Rockin' arcade tracks - this should be one of first games which has music in Redbook audio, and expect nice guitar tunes. Imagine plenty of monsters to kill as fast as possible and cool hard music to it. That's all :)

Lost Vikings 2: Norse by NorseWest, The: Game rip [9/10] [1995]
Great tunes with lot of melodies and ideas. Only bad thing is that the quality of the in game tunes is really very bad, but don't be fooled - it's still very good listening!

Lotus Trilogy: Game rip (CD32) [8/10] [1993]
These tunes are different than any of previous Lotus titles released (though it's compilation of them). It keeps high quality in fast techno style and CD-quality, though the actual tunes in "Old Lotuses" (in MODs) had oftem more ideas. But withough doubt it's still great thing for all fans of these games.

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