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Last updated: 20.December, 2013.
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Warcow information

Nick: Warcow
Real name: Joel
Country: Sweden

Warcow says:

Howdy stranger,

I'm a big music fan and I listen to all kinds of music but my favourite genres are heavy metal and, of course, game music.

Oh, and why do I almost only give high overall points? It's because I mostly make reviews for soundtracks that I think are good and deserve some attention. Now you know that =)

Okay then, take care now, bye bye then!

Warcow's reviews:

    Jazz Jackrabbit: Game rip
    "Planet Carrotus" (by Warcow, 19 Jan 2014) [8/10]
    First played this one when it was only the demo version out there and it was way cool back in the day. The music is also great with much variety and ideas, not too many hitsongs though to get a top rating. My favourite track is definitely Medivo.

    Katakis: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "R-type" (by Warcow, 19 Jan 2014) [5/10]
    Two songs here that are pretty descent for an old Amiga game. They're both a bit slow in the beginning of the songs, I prefer the Denaris remix track here.

    Descent: Game rip
    "Destination Saturn" (by Warcow, 24 Oct 2012) [8/10]
    When I first played this game at a friends home back in '95, it was unlike any other gameplay I had tried before and I thought the music was cool and fitted really good with it. When listening to the soundtrack today I feel the same vibe and it still works.
    And I agree with honkstar82 that the songs here is better than most music to any new game today, it sure was another quality then. My favourite tune would be Game18.

    Dune 2: Game rip
    "The old classic RTS game" (by Warcow, 19 Dec 2011) [10/10]
    A cool old classic real time strategy game which is a milestone of its genre and the music is good and fits the game really well. It has no ambient tracks, just plain songs with an own typical sound, which is great! I dig it and especially fans of old pcgame music will probably also do that. Another scoreupdate.

    Silverball: Game rip
    "Snooker champ" (by Warcow, 19 Dec 2011) [7/10]
    The old pinballgames used to provide some good music and so does this. It's very varied in quality though, some tracks are interesting and some aren't in my opinion but overall it's pretty descent. Fans to old Jazz Jackrabbit music will most likely like the track to the Nova table (track named "eyond music" here).

    Dune 2000: Game rip
    "Dune new Millennia version" (by Warcow, 19 Dec 2011) [5/10]
    This soundtrack is remakes of the old Dune tunes but much more ambient, like sadly enough most of new computermusic made today. It's not that bad of a soundtrack though since they're based on really good original songs but it's not really my cup of tea.

    Dune: Game rip
    "Shaddam Corrino IV" (by Warcow, 19 Dec 2011) [10/10]
    Eventhough I'm a bigger fan of the music of the second game in this serie, it's great to hear the original music to the first Dune game, it's well done and very atmospheric. It also gives back some nostalgic memories which increases the rating. Got an mp3 rip of it recently that I've been listening to and realised how good it is so I had to make an update on the score.

    Mystic Towers: Game rip
    "Lazarine" (by Warcow, 19 Dec 2011) [5/10]
    I'm not as fond of this music as the other reviewers here, some parts are good but overall I find it very average.

    Alone In The Dark 2: Game rip
    "9 is the magic number" (by Warcow, 12 Dec 2011) [9/10]
    This soundtrack is a really, really good soundtrack with romantic, pirate-inspired and with some Christmas influences. I have listened to it countless times and I'm not bored of it yet. The composer is a bit unknown to me too but a very talanted one. I actually had the original cd with this game (with soundtrack playable in a cd-player) years ago but fortunately I found the mp3 rip on the net.

    Diablo (Blizzard): Game rip
    "Stay a while and listen" (by Warcow, 16 Nov 2011) [9/10]
    The town and the first dungeon songs are really good in my opinion and I also really enjoy the intro song and the tune when being in the hell levels. The whole atmosphere of those songs are great with medieval/gothic type of melodies and some with plain evil music. The other songs, Catacombs and Caves, are a bit ambient but with a few melodic parts here and there, one of them contains an electric guitar. I think it is a soundtrack that grows more and more so it requires atleast a couple of listenings before it can be fully appreciated, atleast it was that way for me.

    Doom 2: Game rip
    "Hell on earth" (by Warcow, 16 Nov 2011) [9/10]
    Just as good as the first game's soundtrack with songs that makes it a pleasure to play the game. A funny thing is that Bobby have used some parts from some metalsongs (Pantera, Alice in chains and Slayer for example) but have turned them around and made his own trademark on those parts and made new cool songs out of them. The songs I'm referring to are Dead simple, Courtyard and Barrels o fun. The slightly re-made Wolfenstein songs in the hidden maps are also cool.

    Doom: Game rip
    "IDDQD, IDKFA and IDSPISPOPD/IDCLIP" (by Warcow, 16 Nov 2011) [9/10]
    Can't believe I haven't made a review on this classic soundtrack yet but here it goes. Started playing it along with Wolfenstein 3-D in 1993 and I immediately got hooked on the music (that I appreciate most when playing games really) that are really evil, melancholic and creepy. The songs fits the game superb and there's a vast variety in the songs. (Side note: It's weird how the cheat codes to this game seem to be permanentely burned into my brain.)

    Gun.Smoke: Game rip
    "No (Gun)smoking please" (by Warcow, 28 Aug 2011) [8/10]
    I had to make an update on this one and upgrade the score on it. Cool cowboy tunes and the second song in the archive is a real classic, would be awesome if they put it in a soundtrack to a spaghettiwestern-movie.

    Strider: Game rip
    "Cypher" (by Warcow, 28 Aug 2011) [7/10]
    A great game with a pretty original soundtrack and cool ideas. Since the archive is combined with both music and soundeffects/short ingametunes, it's difficult to make an overall rating but I'll judge only on the music, which I mostly like. Personal favourites are Raid and Mass of cloud.
    And I agree with Mirsoft, it was a game that was way ahead of its time. It's still cool to play today (of course it doesn't hurt to be a fan of old games when playing).

    Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!: Game rip
    "Punch 'em out!" (by Warcow, 10 Jan 2011) [9/10]
    It was a very long time ago I wrote a review last time but here comes another one about the classic Mike Tyson's Punch-Out. I love the intromusic to it and the sounds and the song in the game itself is a bloodpumping, energetic tune that is a true classic and really enjoyable listening to.

    Mortal Kombat: Game rip
    "Finish him!" (by Warcow, 18 Feb 2008) [8/10]
    The music to the first Mortal Kombat game on Amiga has some cool music with asian influences.

    Unreal Tournament - Maps Music
    "Battle Walker" (by Warcow, 6 Jan 2006) [6/10]
    Pretty good music but a little too much techno music without good melodies (some of them have though) for my personal taste, nice beats and samples though.

    Unreal Tournament: Nali Chronicles: Game rip
    "Third Age of Suffering" (by Warcow, 6 Jan 2006) [7/10]
    I remember downloading this soundtrack some months ago and I digged the "Menu" and "Golden Sunbeams" tunes. Especially "Ncgold.it" is one of a bunch of songs I like to listen to when being up very late at night, it kinda captures the night atmosphere :)

    I like the rest of the songs too, they contain the same sort of essence of Unreal music with soft, atmospheric music mixed with melodies. And like with other "Unrealish" music, some songs are a little too ambient to enjoy as pure listening but certanly fits the game.

    Soldat: Game rip
    "Kill everything that moves" (by Warcow, 22 Nov 2005) [6/10]
    Since I'm a big fan of metal, this ost was pretty easy to listen to 'cause it has some cool riffs and rythms. It reminds me of the Q2 ost, however, these tunes tend to get a little repedative and doesn't have the same quality but it's fun for a while.

    Unreal Tournament: Operation Na Pali: Game rip
    "Vortex Rikers" (by Warcow, 28 Apr 2005) [9/10]
    The mod itself is really fun and the music is very wellmade, this soundtrack is better than many real games ost's I think.

    Unreal Tournament: NeoCairo: Game rip
    "Orbit Wars" (by Warcow, 28 Apr 2005) [8/10]
    This ost is pretty skillfully made, as Mormaeglin said, and can be nice to have as an alternative when you get sick of the original tunes. I must mention that it's pretty fun that a swede is the composer. My recommended song here would be "Waves", a cool dreamy/melancholic tune.

    Rise of the Robots: Game rip
    "Cyborg handyman" (by Warcow, 23 Feb 2005) [7/10]
    The past review pretty much covers it actually, it's a pretty good soundtrack which isn't top notch but is nice listening to. Another cool ost with that type of music for that console is "Death and return of Superman".

    Blood: Fan soundtrack
    "Domus Durbentia" (by Warcow, 17 Jan 2005) [8/10]
    Since I'm a big fan of the original soundtrack, these remixes took some listenings to appreciate. It contains more songs than the midi rips avaible on the net and thereby including the E1m2 track (Song 10), which is a great tune and this collection is the only one I've found that has that song so that's a good thing.

    Power up: Game rip
    "Power down" (by Warcow, 7 Jan 2005) [5/10]
    Only two short songs here and that's too bad 'cause they both would've been much better if they were longer since they had interesting parts in them.

    Marathon: Game rip
    "Not a sports game" (by Warcow, 7 Jan 2005) [9/10]
    Two songs here with both being enjoyable but personally, I like the "Ingame" tune better and especially the beginning of it.

    Painium Disaster: Game rip
    "Destroy Painium chip" (by Warcow, 7 Jan 2005) [7/10]
    I never heard of this game before but the music was surprisingly good with lot of trance/techno influences. "Title", "Menu", "Game over" and "Level3" are the best ones.

    Pie Bill Gates!: Game rip
    "Pie Satan in his face!" (by Warcow, 7 Jan 2005) [7/10]
    The "Teddy bear Boogie" is more of a fun song but the "End song" is really good and catchy and shouldn't be missed out on.

    Unreal (UBI-Soft): Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Isolde and Artaban" (by Warcow, 7 Jan 2005) [8/10]
    Being a remix of the "Title and game End" track, I think this song would fit a game like UT like a glove since it actually kinda sounds like it could've been from that ost.

    Cannon Fodder: Game rip
    "It's a Jungle out there" (by Warcow, 28 Oct 2004) [4/10]
    Well, I feel like a renegade against the past reviewers here but I can't say that this song really catches me much eventhough it's quite funny to listen to with the singing and that it reminds me a bit of Manu chau/Italian disco music, which I enjoy. A happy tune with nice samples but I rather listen to the Recruits track from the spc rip.

    In Pursuit of Greed: Game rip
    "Ristanak" (by Warcow, 28 Oct 2004) [8/10]
    This is according to me the "lost" Unreal/Crusaders... soundtrack and to those of you who like that kind of music should probably check this one out. The Dimension 2012 track is from either Unreal or UT but the rest is never heard compositions and they're good, especially the Probe song, a very ambient but still very melodic futuristic piece.
    The only rip that I know of is in mp3 and can be found on gamingforce page, find Rimo.

    Gotzendiener: Game rip
    "Knight Yusha" (by Warcow, 28 Oct 2004) [7/10]
    I admit that I'm not the biggest fan of Square music, except for some FF music, especially the FF6 game, but this game ost has some good music to offer. It's not only synths, it also has acustic guitar arrangements and it's also not only asian inspiration, it also brings along a very arabic/asian track with the Main Theme, a great track I must say. It doesn't reach the top in any way but it's worth listening to.

    Dune: Game rip
    "Muad 'Dib" (by Warcow, 28 Oct 2004) [8/10]
    If you're new into the Dune 1 ost and I could guide you what ost rip you should listen to, then I would recommend this one which has the best sound overall (with exception for the Deep Desert track that's avaible in the Mod rip on this page). The music has an original sound and is a pleasure to listen to, the rip is on the other hand quite rare.

    Final Doom, TNT: Game rip
    "Explosive" (by Warcow, 28 Oct 2004) [8/10]
    A good way to describe this music is that it sounds like Doom and Rise of the Triad osts, with a couple of familiar Doom songs. My favourite is "The Da" (a short term for The Darkness?) which is one of my favourite midi songs ever, a very dark tune that I can listen to over and over again for eternity.

    Mildew: Game rip
    "1111th review" (by Warcow, 18 Oct 2004) [6/10]
    Very techno/trance style of music with many cool samples and the medlodies are pretty okey, it's not perfect overall though. The Milano's theme is the best track in here which I can recommend. Oh, and "thx" go out to the one who removed one of his reviews so this wasn't 1111th review anymore :x

    Realmz: Game rip
    "Capital of Llorien" (by Warcow, 15 Oct 2004) [8/10]
    A not too famous game but it has a pretty descent soundtrack with lots of synths and even an extended cover of the title song from the old game Gauntlet.

    Dojo Dan: Game rip
    "Woolan" (by Warcow, 15 Oct 2004) [5/10]
    The music started off good with the first two songs but then lost its motivation on the melodies, very asian inspired music.

    Friday the 13th: Game rip
    "Jason is waiting..." (by Warcow, 15 Oct 2004) [3/10]
    Only three real songs in this one with scary, melancholic approaches with only one good song in my opinion which is track 5, the rest ain't much to listen to really.

    F1 Race: Game rip
    "Pole Position" (by Warcow, 15 Oct 2004) [3/10]
    Well, I actually dig the melody here but it's too short and the sound isn't completely satisfying either, it could be improved.

    Dungeons & Dragons: Warriors of the Eternal Sun: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "The seven classes" (by Warcow, 4 Oct 2004) [5/10]
    Some tunes sounds pretty much like the same song but there are some goodies in here that makes it listenable, especially the title theme song that's a real classic, just too short though.

    Claw: Game rip
    "Kapitan Pazur" (by Warcow, 4 Oct 2004) [7/10]
    This one is probably most enjoyable if you're into old pcgame music, like me, with some similarities to various old battle games. The most catchy and best tunes in my opinion are the Level 1 and Level 3 themes, with Level 1 being the same melody as the Credits song. Not the best compositions of these authors in my opinion but quite fun to listen to.

    Inner Worlds: Game rip
    "Wizard's world" (by Warcow, 15 Sep 2004) [7/10]
    I like the sound that's used in many of the songs but the actual tunes could've been slightly better eventhough most of them have interesting parts. I think the best songs are Eclypse, Inner harmony and Wastelands part 1, with the last one containing an arabic kind of singing in it.

    Mikie: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Aerobics Dancing Class" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [3/10]
    The melodies and sound could've been better, it's not anything I would recommend downloading but it's probably fun to have if you've played the game.

    Stardust: Game rip
    "We're all made of stardust" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [7/10]
    Kinda cool song but it's too repetative for my personal taste, it would probably do very well on a dancefloor.

    Rage, The: Game rip
    "Raging bulls" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [6/10]
    I think this song is quite average, can be pretty fun listening to once but not something you wanna hear over and over again.

    Killer Instinct: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Sabrewulf" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [7/10]
    One of the songs here is named "this song sucks", it's not like a real song to me, more like some kind of intro. The other track is a good one with a cool, dreamy melody.

    Fascination: Game rip
    "The chemical drug" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [5/10]
    It's a slow and actually quite boring song here, it could work listening to in middle of the night though, it got that kind of feeling to it.

    Green Beret: Game rip
    "Green Beretta" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [7/10]
    A track here with a pretty nice melody and the sound is cool, the C64 has indeed a vast realm of good music.

    Metroid: Game rip
    "Galactic Federation" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [4/10]
    Many of the songs here are a little too bleepy, some parts are good though with real melody but it doesn't work that well overall.

    Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles 2: Game rip
    "Cowabunga" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [9/10]
    The second game keeps the Turtles music feeling well with its typical sound. It also brings a little twist to the tracks that's a little more happier and faster than its predecessor.

    Space Crusade: Game rip
    "X-com" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [5/10]
    If you can stand the fairly primitive sound, then you might enjoy this a bit 'cause it's based on a pretty good song, I prefer the mod version though.

    Space Crusade: Game rip
    "Destroy Cube of Chaos" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [7/10]
    Not an all that bad soundtrack with futuristic themes, kinda short though with three songs. The title song has a pretty raw sound but that doesn't bother me much.

    Phantasy Star: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Alis vs Lassic" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [10/10]
    Yet another romantic ballad here that's very good, it starts off quite slow and gets a little more powerful about half into the song, much flutes and piano here.

    Metal Gear Solid 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Solid Snake" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [9/10]
    There's actually four remixes done on this game now but as there's only one displayed here, I'll make a review on that. If you liked the main title of this game, I'm pretty sure this remix won't let you down. I even thinks it is better than the original with more feeling and less upbeat, the chorus is very good.

    Quake: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "The Fight for Justice" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [7/10]
    The Quake theme song was pretty average, it's quite monotone but could be fun having as background music on a LAN or something. Quakelevel is however a better song, I suppose it's defined as trancemusic, and adds to the score.

    Lord of the Sword: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Landau" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [10/10]
    Wow, I've actually been searching for this for quite some time, had it on a cd but didn't know the name of the song. Anyway, if you're into romantic songs, this one is for you. A heartbreaking tune with a beautiful melody, short but very nice.

    Great Giana Sisters, The: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Time Warp" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [7/10]
    A quite nice remix here from Zeratul, a pretty slow melody like the original and can be fun to have as a slightly different version of the song.

    RoboCop 3: Game rip
    "Robocop Redux" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [8/10]
    Two fulllength songs with futuristic character, reminds me some of the In Pursuit of Greed musicstyle.

    Itchy And Scratchy: Game rip
    "Itchy And Scratchy Show" (by Warcow, 13 Jul 2004) [6/10]
    There's a good variety in themes here from medieval, pirate, western and some simply being action songs. Many of them are nicely composed too but the sound could've been better.

    Cliffhanger: Game rip
    "Gabe Walker" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [4/10]
    Seven songs with action motives, the melodies aren't very good, the story/Intermission was the only exception.

    Cannon Fodder: Game rip
    "Back to 'Nam" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    After listening to some songs, I thought it was gonna continue with mostly happy military/action songs but then I heard the Recruits tune and that's a cool one. Overall, it's a good variation and the songs are good.

    Air Cavalry: Game rip
    "Hellfire" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    Two real fulllength songs with one being a classical piece and the other one a midtempo song with pretty much the same melody going throughout the tune.

    Alien versus Predator (Activision): Game rip
    "Marine is on the Menu" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    A good mix of songs and they have interesting parts in them, many are quite fast action songs. Not to confuse with the PC version.

    Barbie Super Model: Game rip
    "Murderdolls" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    I didn't even know before getting this ost that there were games with this famous doll, kinda funny. The music is actually pretty nice, especially the Stage 1 and Title songs.

    Top Gear 2: Game rip
    "Get ready to Rumble Pak" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    Here's a package of 4 easy-chewed songs that's really good, remind me very much of Lotus 2 music.

    Kings Bounty: Game rip
    "The Conqueror's Quest" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    The songs themselves, like King's Bounty Theme, can be pretty good at times but the sound itself isn't very good and doesn't improve the score.

    Junction: Game rip
    "Junkie" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    A pretty good soundtrack here with descent melodies, nothing groundbreaking but still quite listenable.

    Super Hang-On: Game rip
    "Mia Ferraru" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    A very old arcade game that has cool and easy to listen to music with this sort of vacation feeling to it.

    Galaxy Force 2: Game rip
    "Galactic Empire" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    Some songs and bits of songs are quite good, could've used more work though.

    Censor Smiley Face Demo: Game rip
    "Have a nice day" (by Warcow, 13 Jun 2004) [3/10]
    Pretty horrible music and sound, nothing special to miss out on here.

    Blazeon: Game rip
    "Blazeoff" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    One song has a sample that sounds very much like the Pacman theme, otherwise from that the're pretty enjoyable except the first track but that's only a soundeffect looping over and over.

    Lucky Luke: Game rip
    "Faster than his own Shadow" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [4/10]
    Almost all songs here are happy, the one I like the most is "The Saloon... part 2", the rest of them don't have much to offer.

    Quest for Glory 4: Shadows of Darkness: Game rip
    "Land of Mordavia" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Zed: One of the links in DA download info has the ost, check there.
    The songs here have a couple of good parts in them but I wouldn't call it a perfect soundtrack, more like just above average.

    Lion King, The: Game rip
    "Hakuna Matata" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    Some pretty nice tunes here with a bit of jungle influences. The first and fourth song are the best.

    Overdrive: Game rip
    "Racing the game" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    The Game End tune has a really sad beginning and it's really sweet, then it turns pretty happy there for a while and becomes more serious in the end. The rest of the songs are pretty well composed music, the strive for a little happier feeling is quite obvious.

    Outliner: Game rip
    "Minefield Melee" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    The Custom song is a cool one with a nice melody, the Vector-2 tune is pretty slow in the beginning before the actual song starts but then delivers some good stuff. The only less good song is Tribe but overall, it's a good package.

    Oath, The: Game rip
    "Don't break the Oath" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    A soundtrack that has pretty descent songs, level 2, level 6 and the Title theme are my favourites in here.

    Operation Logic Bomb: Game rip
    "Bionic Soldier" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    Pretty fast action songs with a couple of interesting passages but all in all it's not the kind of music I prefer listening to, eventhough some of them are pretty good.

    Kosmic Kanga: Game rip
    "The Cangaroo Boxer" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [4/10]
    Well what should I say about this song, it's not an all that bad melody, a happy one, but it's short and gets very repetative.

    Kobyashi Naru: Game rip
    "Going strategic" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [2/10]
    One slow a very boring song in here that mostly wastes time listening to it.

    Knight Rider: Game rip
    "K.I.T.T." (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [1/10]
    Two songs here but they are based on the same melody, it's just that the first one goes a little faster. This is not anything I'd recommend listening to due to the sound which can easily drive you nuts.

    Knight Rider: Game rip
    "Day Rider" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    The theme from Knight Rider here and it sounds cool with this kind of sound.

    Blood'n Guts: Game rip
    "Viking Olympics" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    Here's a soundtrack that has pretty average songs in the beginning of the archive but has better ones in the back, some of them could've been a little longer though but looping helps that.

    Blade Runner (CRL Group PLC): Game rip
    "Long distant Runner" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    Pretty nice song with a nice melody, would be fun to hear how this could sound with a newer soundship and other instruments. Still an addictive melody that does good with C64 sound.

    Black Hawk: Game rip
    "Valkyries" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    A classic composition here, Ride of the Valkyries if I'm right, and I must say it sounds pretty good with C64 sound.

    Bard's Tale 3, The: The Thief of Fate: Game rip
    "Seven quests" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [4/10]
    Not many good melodies here but the first is quite nice, many songs don't have a real direction.

    Combat Leader: Game rip
    "Cross of Iron" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [4/10]
    The melody, that sound much like a war theme, isn't that bad but the sound is pretty crappy.

    Exile: Game rip
    "Living in Exile" (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    This song has a beginning that remind me of Heretic/Hexen music and that is very cool, the rest isn't totally bad but also could've been better.

    Simon The Sorcerer: Game rip
    "Simon says..." (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    I think there's many tunes here that's worth listening to, the Repulser song for instance is really good if you're into sad, almost depressing kind of songs.

    Ultima 6: The False Prophet: Game rip
    "Realm of Brittania" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    This is different from the Mod version of the soundtrack, which I think is more straightforward, but this is good too and it has more songs so if you liked the other version, then you should get this.

    ST Dragon: Game rip
    "Jaleco" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    Made a little update on the score here because it's one of my current favourite C64 songs, the beginning and end is the best parts of it but the rest is enjoyable too.

    Staff of Karnath, The: Game rip
    "Pieces of the Pentacle" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Quite average song with an old, mystic kind of melody.

    Dark Fusion: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Guardians" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [4/10]
    Not the best song and not the best sound, could have been improved.

    Ork: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "5 Different Levels" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    I really liked the music to the original game and I must say that this remix has been done well in the way that it extends a part of the song which I enjoy the most. The only bad thing about some remixes from OC is that they often are done with the same programs and the sounds are a little flat sometimes.

    Ultima 5: Game rip
    "Destiny Warriors" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    A little guitarballad here that's pretty good, can't help to think of Metallica's song "One" when hearing this though.

    Black Viper: Game rip
    "Lightly shocked" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    Some songs could've used a little more work but I like some songs in here like "win" and "road-arcade1".

    Age Of Empires: Original soundtrack
    "Advancing through time" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    Melodies that quite obvious have influences from African music and rythms in them, some better than others.

    Altered Beast: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Juuohki" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    The Resurrection by Breakbeat uses the speach from Zeuz in a cool way in the song. The beginning of the actual song, not the speach, sounds a little cheesy though. Psychotic Discord left me quite unimpressed actually, sounds almost like the original. The third remix that's not displayed here is The Fallens Grave and that one is a great remix, it's the same melody but totally converted, kinda the way remixes are suppose to be.

    Friday the 13th: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "The Man behind the Mask" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    The song starts off with a sample from the first movie and then begins with a cool melody with violins and piano. The second part is a song from the Nes game if I recall correctly and that's morphed a bit into a techno song in the end.

    Age Of Empires: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Age of Remixes" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    This remix is really good, it's pretty much divided into three parts with the start and ending being slower and more action in the middle and all sections have nice harmonies to offer.

    Rotor: Game rip
    "Battle Tank" (by Warcow, 8 Jun 2004) [3/10]
    Some songs have a few interesting passages, otherwise from that it's not something special here.

    Ghouls 'n' Ghosts: Game rip
    "Dai Makai-mura" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    This ost started off really cool with two medieval melodies but then it kinda lost it, not totally but it could've been better overall.

    Doom 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Doomed a second time" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    It's fun with remixes 'cause it broadens the earlier view on the music. However, the Monster Condo song is the only one I can enjoy listen to hear, the rest isn't really something I like. The BarrelsOFun has a funny part in it, sounds much like the Fat Boy Slim song.

    Chip 'N Dale's Rescue Rangers: Game rip
    "Beware the Fat Cat" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    The most of these songs are too happy for my personal taste, there are some exceptions, but they are nicely composed.

    Doom: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Doom, son of Wolf" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    Three remixes here from different artists and Rimco is the one that chose my favourite song from that game, Sign of Evil. It's a good remix too and I love the synthsound that's used in it, the flute could've been replaced by another instrument though. The demonik elektronik remix is a grower and gets better and better the more I listen to it and you gotta love the scary sci-fi feeling in the beginning of the third song.

    Thunder Force 4: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Quest for the Darkstar" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    This song remind me of the 80's kind of music somehow, pretty good with a cool melody.

    Turok 2: Seeds of Evil: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Dinosaur Hunter" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    Here's a quite good song, it feels like it should reach even higher at certain points but it stays with the same melody, not necessariely a bad thing.

    Legend Of Kyrandia, The: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Malcolm was a normal child" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    A bit enjoyable song, especially the first 25 seconds. After that it sounds more like a demorecording of a metal song, quite a bit like a WaW2 remix that's also avaible on that site.

    Kung-Fu: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Spartan X" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    The remixer, badlsdtrip, turns the intro and stage theme into a medley. It's a bit fun to listen to, he's added some soundeffects that goes throughout the song, but it gets a little boring after a while.

    Guardian Legend, The: Game rip
    "Naju station" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    A whole bunch of pretty good songs, quite a lot for being a Nes game actually, so that's always nice. The Main Theme is the one I like the most and it seems the auther worked the most on that one but there's some other cool songs too.

    Hercules (Interdisc): Game rip
    "Son of Zeus" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    One song here and it's quite cool with a nice melody, only bad thing is that it's pretty short.

    Donkey Kong: Game rip
    "King Kong" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    The game that started it all hasn't got many tunes but they are the ground for better versions to come, like the first Snes game. Nostalgia warning on this one.

    Zelda 4: Link's Awakening: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Tall Tall Heights" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    In writing moment there's more remixes of this game but I'll review the songs displayed here. They are all remixed in different directions and it's sometimes kinda tricky to figure out what original song it is, one remind me much of Santanas "Maria" song. The Seaside Lullaby are my favourite among these.

    Section Z: Game rip
    "Old School" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    I like this ost a lot since it's one of those games that I grew up with and I can't complain about the music either. Many of these old games has very cool Boss themes.

    Castlevania Adventure, The: Game rip
    "Mystic Whip" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    Good and bad, the Castlevania series revive many old songs into new versions, can be good sometimes depending on the soundcard. This soundtrack doesn't do that and I think this is the best ost of the games that came out on the old GBS.

    Kane: Game rip
    "Sting of the Bumblebee" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Here's a cover of the wellknown classical song Sting of the Bumblebee. It's slowed down so it's not as fast as it was intended to be, can be fun to listen to though.

    Splatterhouse 3: Game rip
    "Mutant Rick" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    This game is fun to play if you like Friday the 13th and the music is taking care of the horrorfeeling. Like in many other games, the title song is really cool.

    Zelda 4: Link's Awakening: Game rip
    "Koholint Shrine" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    The music here really follows the path layed down on the earlier games and the quality is high class. The only bad thing is the archive itself, some songs are way back in the end.

    Duck Hunt: Game rip
    "Annoying dog" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    Okey, lets get something straight here: this is not a real song ost, more like short, briefing songs. However, they are very cool and fun to listen to and fits the game like a glove.

    Shadowgate: Game rip
    "Staff of Ages" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    The first song is a classic and very addictive, other than that there's three more songs in this ost that I dig. Some songs tends to lack a little motivation.

    Gradius: Game rip
    "The naughty Ameoboid Bacterions" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    There's a couple of side-scrolling shooters on the Nintendo out there and what they have in common is pretty much everything, including the music. But that isn't a bad thing 'cause if you like this kind of music, then there's a pretty large selection of songs to find.

    Mercs: Game rip
    "Mercenary" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Pretty nice melody but it gets repetative after listening to it for a while.

    Fire And Ice: Game rip
    "Cold and Warm" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    This soundtrack is a cool one that should be listened to. Track 10 is nicely made here but still, the original version (jpn3 from Exotica) is better I think.

    Myth: The Fallen Lords: Other
    "River of Blood" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    This package is filled with slow, harmonic with keltic instruments and medlodies here and there. Some becomes a little too ambient though.

    Necromancer: Game rip
    "Soulreaper" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Not the best song but nice try of making it a dark, sad tune. The sidfile says it's 5 songs in it but there's really just one song, probably the ripper who messed it up.

    Psycastria: Game rip
    "Shoot'em up" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    Here's a fantasy like song that's cool and a little stressmaking, the other track is just a voice saying something, can't be in english.

    Prohibition: Game rip
    "Prohibited to play Prohibition" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [4/10]
    A happy little song that doesn't impress me much but can be nice if you're a fan of this music.

    Passengers in the Wind: Game rip
    "Passing wind" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    A quite good, listenable song here, gotta love that soundchip.

    Merry Christmas: Game rip
    "Satan Claus" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    "Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells..." Sounds good with this soundship, simple but good. Hard not to long for christmas when hearing this, better keep it off the playlist until winter.

    Expert Pinball: Game rip
    "Not for beginners" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    Many of these Pinball games have cool soundtracks and that is one of the reasons they are so hard to stop playing. This one doesn't reach the top but they're pretty welldone, especially the title tune got my attention.

    Operation Neptun: Game rip
    "Invasion of Normandy" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [3/10]
    Not much to get here, a song that started off kinda good but didn't really pull it through. There's much better songs regarding this era out there.

    Predator 2: Game rip
    "Alien Species" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    I like this song more, a slower, darker and it has more feeling to it.

    Predator: Game rip
    "Go Arnie, Go Arnie" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    An average song that's has a positive feeling to it.

    Moonwalker: Game rip
    "Man on the Moon" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    Much can be said abut the composer of these songs but the quality of them isn't to be underestimated. I prefer the original versions but hearing them with other sounds can broad the view sometimes.

    Mr. Mephisto: Game rip
    "Mrs. Mephisto" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    The first track is a classical song that starts off very depressing and good and then take a turn in due at the end. The other one is a cover of a famous song, that I can't recall at the moment.

    Ultima Underworld: Game rip
    "The Stygian Abyss" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Of my twelve track ost, I can say that Descent is the best song and the rest is quite average.

    Dune: The Battle for Arrakis: Game rip
    "World of Dune" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    Almost every song is a newly composed one for this game and they are cool and keeps the Dune atmosphere intact.

    Dragon's Fury: Game rip
    "A furious Dragon" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    Nothing over the top here but they're pretty good, the Password Entry Screen song is the coolest.

    Quackshot: Game rip
    "Starring: Donald Duck" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [10/10]
    A very unique sounding ost and very cool melodies, just listen to Egypt and Viking ship.

    Sonic the Hedgehog: Game rip
    "Supersonic" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [10/10]
    Well, if this isn't a classic then I don't know what to think. There's something in here for everyone, much variety.

    Thrust 2: Game rip
    "The Myth of Thrusting" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [3/10]
    Not much to be happy about here, two songs that doesn't do much at all, look elsewhere is my advice.

    Saboteur: Game rip
    "Sabotage" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Can be good to listen to a couple of times but not much more, can be fun if you've got nothing else to do.

    Three Musketeers, The: Game rip
    "1 4 all, all 4 1" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    Not the best songs I've heard but they fit just fine in the average shelf.

    System Shock 2: Game rip
    "Shodan" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    Many songs but not many good ones, if there's a techno/ambient genre, then this ost would fit in there. More beats and rythms than actual melodies, it surprises at times though.

    King Arthur's World: Game rip
    "The round table" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    Some nice medieval/classical songs here like "Havoc" that makes it worth listening to.

    Sabre Wulf: Game rip
    "Atic Atac like" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    Four tracks and one real song that's pretty good and short, not a worldchanging tune but quite nice.

    Scarabaeus: Game rip
    "Labyrinths and hieroglyphic codes" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [4/10]
    Track number one is a good one, other than that it's not much to miss out on in this archive.

    Gods: Game rip
    "Ancient Gods" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    The "gods17" is okey I guess but as already written, the "Import music 1" song is a sad melody and it's cool and craves for relistenings.

    Shogun, James Clavell's ... (Virgin): Game rip
    "The way of the Samurai" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    A not all that bad asian influenced song but it's short and gets repetative, still a bit good.

    Starquake: Game rip
    "Starshake" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    Five songs here that actually holds a pretty high standard throughout the ost and it's listenable for more than a short while.

    Sirius: Game rip
    "Serious Sirius" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    Yet again, only one tune but it's, yet again, a pretty good one. An old kind of melody style and it works well.

    Working Stone, The: Game rip
    "Stone carving" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    A couple of cool, enjoyable tunes here with an old-school feeling, not that bad.

    Sam's Jam: Game rip
    "Let's Jam" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    A couple of coversongs here too, among these are the classical piece "Hall of the Mountain King".

    Vendetta: Game rip
    "Alien Vendetta" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    I like the first song more than the second, better melody and feeling to it.

    Mortal Kombat: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Choose your destiny" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    The Mortal Kombat remix is very cool and the sounds are really great. The other remix is also pretty good.

    Boom (Macintosh): Game rip
    "Crash Boom Bang?" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [1/10]
    Eh, I can't see what's so special about this, no nice melodies and no ideas. Bomber Boy started off good but that's about it, I can't see how anyone can listen to it really.

    Golden Axe 2: Game rip
    "Gilius Thunderhead" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    The second game in this serie hasn't got the same power to the songs but they are ofcourse fun to listen to if you liked the first games ost.

    Welltris: Game rip
    "Tetris Sequel" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    The first Tetris game had cooler music, this is pretty average, the Kalinka song is ofcourse cool though.

    Golden Pyramids, The: Game rip
    "Amongst the Catacombs" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    Every song here has something to offer and they are all enjoyable

    Friday the 13th: The Computer Game: Game rip
    "Camp Crystal" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Here's some coversongs like Bach's Toccata and Old McDonald had a farm, the latter is a pretty funny selection I must say to this kind of game.

    Forgotten Worlds: Game rip
    "The Nameless Ones" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Two scary kind of tunes here, not much of melodies though but kinda fun to listen to anyway, can fit real good to an old horrorgame.

    Fury, The: Game rip
    "Bury the Fury" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    A pretty slow song here with a bit of a sad melody and it's good.

    Wizball: Game rip
    "Cauldrons of Colour" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    The fourth song is the one that made this ost famous and it's a really good fantasy song, the rest is average.

    Athena: Game rip
    "King of Fighters" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [5/10]
    Far from a perfect soundtrack but the first song is really nice.

    Arachne: Game rip
    "An oldie" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    The first track is pretty cool and can be listened to many times, the other one is okey.

    Reunion: Game rip
    "Reunion tour #37" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    I've had the original game-cd lying around for years without playing the game. Now that I've heard the music, I can say that it's dark, future music, I enjoy choise and failure the most.

    Settlers, The: Game rip
    "Settle down for a while" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [10/10]
    The first Settlers game has in my opinion the best music and it has a great feeling to it, superb.

    Black Crypt: Game rip
    "Black Encryption" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    3 tracks, 2 songs and 1 that's a real fulllength one. The short song is a sad ballad and the title theme fits really good as an opening.

    Balloon Fight: Game rip
    "Balloon Burst" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Not many songs in this ost but they can be enjoyable as nostalgia, great 1vs1 game.

    Mars Rising: Game rip
    "Mars the wargod" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [2/10]
    This sound nothing like the Unreal music. It does however sound a bit like the Crusaders musicstyle but it doesn't really come near in the quality, pretty a waste of time.

    One Must Fall 2097: Game rip
    "One mustn't fall" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [10/10]
    I don't think there's possible to create a game/techno soundtrack that's better than this. This Mp3 rip I just got have slightly different keyboard sounds on one or two places, other than that it's top notch.

    Super Mario Bros. 3: Game rip
    "Mario's pizza delivery" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    The legacy keeps on going strong. Kondo has awesome skills in making music and not only in one direction, it spans in a great variety and that's an advantage when trying to capture a specific atmosphere.

    Ultima 6: Game rip
    "Not an unfalse Prophet" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [10/10]
    Really cool songs, some very melancholic and that's something I like.

    Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Nosgoth is my home" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [10/10]
    Nice beats and a cool melody, an addictive tune that doesn't feel long eventhough it's over 4 min.

    Drakan: Order Of The Flame: Game rip
    "Scavenger" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [10/10]
    One of the absolute best gothic/medieval soundtrack that I've come across on the net, simply excellent.

    Super Mario Bros. 2: Game rip
    "Mario Brothers (and sister)" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    The Mario Bros music is of high quality and this one isn't an exception, could have contained a few more good songs though.

    Ice Climber: Game rip
    "Iceman" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [7/10]
    This geniously made music is hard to get out of the head after hearing it over and over in the game. Not much variety in the songs but there's no need to.

    Altered Beast: Game rip
    "Rise from your grave" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [6/10]
    Here's eight songs from the Nes version of the game which later on became a huge success on Sega. It's the same songs but it can be fun to hear them with the Nintendo soundchip, I recommend the Sega version though.

    Disney's Duck Tales: Game rip
    "Duck Tails" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [9/10]
    When I was young I loved Donald Duck, Duck Tales, etc. and I played this game a lot. The music kick ass, especially the moon and transylvania themes.

    Batman: Game rip
    "Buttman: no. Fatman: no. Batman: Yeah" (by Warcow, 5 Jun 2004) [8/10]
    11 songs from the first Batman game on Nintendo which are cool and filled with action.

    Mega Man: Game rip
    "Mega Maniac" (by Warcow, 30 May 2004) [10/10]
    Here's another important cornerstone in the musicworld of good 'ol Nintendo that brings back some memories. The intro is just one of those songs that belongs in the Hall of fame.

    Perfect Dark: Original soundtrack
    "Give me hope, Joanna" (by Warcow, 30 May 2004) [9/10]
    The rythm of many of the songs here are built up by a very similar drumbeat but it works most of the time, the songs themselves are neat.

    Castlevania 2: Game rip
    "Priest Battle!" (by Warcow, 30 May 2004) [9/10]
    The second games music has evolved from the first one, not excately as strong in my opinion but it still has some pretty wicked tunes.

    Lifeforce (Salamander): Game rip
    "Use the Lifeforce Luke" (by Warcow, 30 May 2004) [8/10]
    Don't get confused here, it's not 45 songs, it's the songs plus the soundeffects. It's sci-fi music with a mix of happy and sad parts and the most important factor in music, it takes you places.

    Last Ninja 1, The: Game rip
    "Stealth assasins" (by Warcow, 30 May 2004) [10/10]
    This is one of the most classic Commodore 64 osts and it has many nice melodies, some a little slow at the beginnings. The musicsound of these old games are pretty primitive but I think it just add to them 'cause it gives the music character and it actually sounds better in my opinion.

    Great Giana Sisters, The: Game rip
    "The infamous Mario clone" (by Warcow, 30 May 2004) [9/10]
    I enjoy all songs in here and especially the ingame tune, track 5, it's really one of those songs that you get addictive to. A nice way to get it is to use Sidfind because then you don't have to download the whole Sid collection.

    Wizardry: Game rip
    "Time to get medieval" (by Warcow, 30 May 2004) [6/10]
    Here's another soundtrack that has average songs except one track, the first, that has a medieval feeling to it and is very catchy.

    Death and Return of Superman, The: Game rip
    "Superboy" (by Warcow, 10 May 2004) [8/10]
    If you're into futuristic action songs, then this might be something for you. Some songs are a little slow, some are groovy and the Title theme sounds like a classic futuremusic intro.

    Super Monaco GP: Game rip
    "Me like the title screen" (by Warcow, 10 May 2004) [7/10]
    Not many really long tunes here and they're pretty average, the song Concentration is cool though so it's worth downloading it because of that song.

    Zelda 3: A link to the past: Game rip
    "May the Triforce be with you" (by Warcow, 10 May 2004) [10/10]
    Another Zelda soundtrack that has absolute top notch music. It has great melodies and great sound, not much to complain about here.

    Blast Corps: Game rip
    "Time to get moving" (by Warcow, 10 May 2004) [9/10]
    This is a package mostly filled with fast happy techno, disco songs which all have cool melodies, especially the Cromlech Court is a song that's hard not to tap along to while listening to it.

    Tyrian: Game rip
    "Scorched Earth" (by Warcow, 10 May 2004) [9/10]
    Here's a wellmade soundtrack that's full of cool space songs with pretty much variety and ideas. It's an old pcgame but like always when it comes to Straylight Productions, they make music that has a very good sound.

    Blood: Game rip
    "If you want Blood, you've got it." (by Warcow, 10 May 2004) [10/10]
    Been listening more and more to this soundtrack and it's really my kind of music, scary with cool melodies. The archive here unfortunately doesn't have all songs, having the game with an old SB card is the ultimate.

    Blood: Game rip
    "I want Jo-Jo, I want Jo-Jo!" (by Warcow, 10 May 2004) [6/10]
    Dark Carnival has that "sad clown" type of feeling, like a happy song mixed with a portion of melancholy, and it's good. There's also a slow remix of the song Unholy but other than that, it's not that special but it works well as background music. Totally different songs here than from the real game.

    Unreal: Game rip
    "It's really Unreal" (by Warcow, 10 May 2004) [10/10]
    Unreal as a game is a real masterpiece and so is the music. Many tunes are ambient, which suits the game and creates a wonderful atmosphere, but there's also a lot of easy listening ones as well. Overall I think it's a really good soundtrack and it deserves a high overall rating, just listen to classics like Wargate and Dusk Horizon and you see what I mean.

    thrill kill: Game rip
    "Thrill Kill Bill" (by Warcow, 24 Apr 2004) [8/10]
    Cool techno songs, some more actionbased than others, that remind me a little of Quake music. One song starts off with the famous "Yarghh" sound from the Starwars movies, pretty cool.

    Mechwarrior 2: Mercenaries: Game rip
    "31st century combat" (by Warcow, 24 Apr 2004) [8/10]
    This soundtrack is not to bad, including some futuristic, action songs. It also have a nice balance with percussion and melodies.

    Gabriel Knight Mysteries Collection: Game rip
    "Schattenjager" (by Warcow, 23 Apr 2004) [9/10]
    Slow, harmonic songs with piano is mostly mostly what Gabriel Knight music is all about. Here they squeeze in some other instruments in some songs but it stays with its trademark. The music itself is beautiful, romantic melodies and it's good.

    Sierra Soundtrack Collection
    "Sierra Legacy" (by Warcow, 23 Apr 2004) [6/10]
    Many songs here from old Sierra games. There's happy, funky songs but also tunes with lots of acustic guitars and fluits and some of them have interesting melodies, like Mark Sieberts "The Magic Meadow", but as a whole, it doesn't really get me. I think they've left out many good, classics songs from this package. Also a little strange that they didn't include music from Gabriel Knight or the Aces games.

    Gunsmoke: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "The man with no name" (by Warcow, 23 Apr 2004) [8/10]
    The Smoking Guns of Liberation song first sounds like a rip of the original music but then turns into a rock song with guitar and drums. The other remix, Spaghetti Cowboy, has a funny soundeffect going through the entire song and with its rythm and and trumpets, it's hard not to enjoy it.

    Outlaws (LucasArts): Original soundtrack
    "Spaghetti Western" (by Warcow, 23 Apr 2004) [9/10]
    Here's some goodies if you like Spaghetti Western kind of music. The first track kick it off in a great way and it continues with more heroic cowboy songs, some to build up the gunfightmood and there's even a sad little ballad in it, really cool.

    Lotus Turbo Challenge 2: Game rip
    "Holiday music" (by Warcow, 23 Apr 2004) [9/10]
    This music makes me think of summer, holiday and a lot of sun. It's very easychewed music and it sure fits with this kind of game too, just plug in, sit back and enjoy the ride. Only bad thing about some rips for the Genesis though is that the soundquality sometimes doesn't excately match the original music.

    Zero Wing: Game rip
    "All your reviews are belong to us" (by Warcow, 17 Apr 2004) [8/10]
    This ultra known game (or shall I say game intro) has pretty good music. The first track is of course a classic and a cool tune but the rest is also quite nice to listen to, nothing extra ordinary but still good.

    Sing!! Street Fighter II ~ Instrumental Version
    "Karaoke time" (by Warcow, 17 Apr 2004) [9/10]
    Remixes of the SF2 songs and they are good. I always liked the Vega song the most and I was surprised how well it was remixed, sometimes the remixes turn out pretty bad even if they're based on a strong melody. The other songs are also enjoyable and some funny parts are added where they fool around with the characters voices.

    Golden Axe: Game rip
    "Is this the new Axe deodorant?" (by Warcow, 17 Apr 2004) [10/10]
    I can't recall how many times I've played this game but it's a lot and the music to it is superb. A dreamy melody like Fiends path and an actionbuilding Showdown song turns this ost into a great excperience.

    Wizards & Warriors: Game rip
    "No no, you're saying it inncorrectly, its nii" (by Warcow, 17 Apr 2004) [8/10]
    An old Nintendo game with medieval music influences, a fun game to play and the music really fits it.

    Emperor: Battle For Dune: Game rip
    "He who control the spice (girls)" (by Warcow, 17 Apr 2004) [9/10]
    Recently got this ost and it's 45 songs in it, many of them have a techno/ambient feeling and others have a more melodybased structure. The Harkonnen music stands out the most in my opinion because it keeps the Dune music feeling and also take it to a new level.

    Dracula Battle 1 Perfect Selection
    "PhoneCalling from Heaven" (by Warcow, 8 Apr 2004) [8/10]
    Remixes is a good option if you want explotation of the music you like and they can turn out both good and bad. This archive is quite enjoyable to listen to, especially the remix of Calling from Heaven, a real masterpiece.

    Might and Magic 7: Game rip
    "For Blood and Honor" (by Warcow, 8 Apr 2004) [8/10]
    If you like the music to Heroes of Might and Magic, then this gameserie has something you want. Many slow but melodic songs with nice melodies. Some tracks, like Track 3, remind me a bit of Diablo 2 music and that is of course a treat.

    Warcraft: Other
    "Who wants to sing?" (by Warcow, 8 Apr 2004) [9/10]
    The first Warcraft game has nice music. It has some similarities to the second game musicwise and shouldn't be missed out.

    Super Mario Bros.: Game rip
    "The alltime classic" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [10/10]
    Every song and even sound in this game are true classics and it´s one of the most wellknown game soundtracks. I love it.

    Sodov the Sorcerer: Game rip
    "Short doesn´t mean bad" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [8/10]
    Yet again a short and good song. I find it very addictive but also very repetative.

    Solomon's Key: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "O key" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [8/10]
    A short song with a good melody, I just wished it had been a little bit longer.

    Road Rash (1992): Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Busted" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [10/10]
    One of the most famous motorcycle games to the old consoles and the music is brilliant. It´s just too bad noone has ripped the original music from the Sega Megadrive version so you´ll have to get the game itself to listen to it.

    Pegasus: Game rip
    "The flying Unicorn" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [8/10]
    Two good songs here, the first one being a little faster with drums and the other one is a slow harmonic piece.

    Troop Jugernort: Game rip
    "Trooper" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [8/10]
    Two real fullength songs, and a shorter tune, with nice melodies and beats. Nothing over the top but still some good listening.

    Wolfenstein 3d: Game rip
    "Achtung!" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [9/10]
    The granddaddy of the fps-games (if we exclude Catacomb 3d) has really cool german/WW2 influenced music with some classic songs.

    Wacky Wheels: Game rip
    "Welcome to Animal Planet" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [7/10]
    I like this old game and the soundtrack contains mostly of happy action songs which the author did a pretty good job with.

    Bram Stoker's Dracula: Game rip
    "Dracula? No no, my name is Alucard." (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [9/10]
    I like this one, it has a dark atmosphere and the sound of the guitar and the voice choir are great.

    Tango Master: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Dirty Dancing" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [9/10]
    Well, don´t let the corny title bother you because here´s a cool song and I have to say that I´m not a dance freak but when hearing this melody, I kinda feel like dancing. So, if you want some dancing inspiration, try listen to this one. ;P

    Soul Crystal: Game rip
    "Soul Minuet" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [8/10]
    I don´t think I´ve heard about this game before but the music is good with nice harmonies, some of them with classical influences.

    A.T.F: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "A catchy song" (by Warcow, 28 Feb 2004) [9/10]
    In this archive there´s a really nice song which is quite addictive I must say.

    Witchaven: Game rip
    "Enter the Witchaven" (by Warcow, 2 Sep 2003) [9/10]
    An old pc game with very cool evil, twisted music. The songs have different versions of them, which is nice eventhough I personally mostly prefer the originals, but they are all really good and worth checking out.

    Unreal Mission Pack 1: Return to Na Pali: Game rip
    "Another Unreal Mission" (by Warcow, 1 Sep 2003) [9/10]
    The Mission Pack soundtrack isn't something that was put together in 5 min, that's shown in the quality of it. It also keeps the sound from the original game very well.

    Unreal Tournament: Game rip
    "Run, frag and listen to the music" (by Warcow, 1 Sep 2003) [10/10]
    A very nice soundtrack with many "bloodpumping" techno songs which fits the gameplay itself. With less ambient tunes than its singleplayer predecessor, it's a little easier to listen to.

    Quake 2: Game rip
    "Earthquaking music" (by Warcow, 27 Aug 2003) [9/10]
    The second Quake game has some really good music if you're a fan of instrumental metal songs. They are mostly built up by guitar riffs and has a cool, evil feeling overall.

    Soul Blazer: Game rip
    "Another great rpg ost" (by Warcow, 12 Aug 2003) [8/10]
    A nice soundtrack with some real classic songs and variety, it even has two versions of the "Town" theme with the second being a little bit happier than the other. It's just too bad the ripper messed up the "Intro" song a bit in the beginning but it's no biggie though.

    Diablo 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Who let the barbarians out?" (by Warcow, 12 Aug 2003) [8/10]
    This well known remixer does a good job on this one, mixing together the instruments nice and making a whole new melody of it.

    Icewind Dale: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Club remix" (by Warcow, 12 Aug 2003) [9/10]
    Based on a slow beautiful melody, this remix turns up the heat with its disco beats and groove and the outcome is great.

    Hero Quest: Game rip
    "And the Quest goes on" (by Warcow, 10 Aug 2003) [7/10]
    The first song is pretty good and the last one is okay but it's the second theme that's really nice and makes this worth downloading.

    Ultima 4: Quest of the Avatar: Game rip
    "The Quest for good music" (by Warcow, 10 Aug 2003) [8/10]
    If they made a new movie based on King Arthur or something, they could use this music cause it sounds like old medieval compositions and it's really good.

    Take no Prisoners: Game rip
    "The Prisoner" (by Warcow, 7 Aug 2003) [7/10]
    Reminds me at times of the Heretic and Hexen music and that is of course a real treat but unfortunately it doesn't have the same type of strong melodies like they had.

    Goldeneye 007: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "My name is Bond, James Bond" (by Warcow, 7 Aug 2003) [6/10]
    The first two songs is well done in a remixing point of view, some people maybe like them, but they're really not my cup of tea. However, the "Symphonic Caverns" remix is a really great tune which I think you should get and it saves the overall score.

    Asterix & Obelix: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Pax Vobiscum" (by Warcow, 7 Aug 2003) [8/10]
    A nice remix which is pretty long but it doesn't feel boring and that's a good sign.

    Heroes of Might & Magic 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Heroic arrangement" (by Warcow, 7 Aug 2003) [9/10]
    The original tune is really a good one but so is this remix. It really add up to the song to all the harmonic elements with the acustic guitar, drums and the flute. Definitely one of my favourite remixes.

    Golden Axe: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Two of a kind" (by Warcow, 7 Aug 2003) [7/10]
    Two songs which are both based on the same song (Wilderness) but are arranged differentily and after a few listenings I think they are both pretty well done.

    Donkey Kong Country: Game rip
    "Where's the bananas?" (by Warcow, 6 Aug 2003) [9/10]
    Great melodies and the sound from the N64 is really fitting in well with the songs. The music is very varied too, from slow songs to fast, almost disco songs.

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Game rip
    "Pizza time!" (by Warcow, 6 Aug 2003) [9/10]
    This first Turtles game has really cool music, every track is good.

    Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link: Game rip
    "Link's adventurious music" (by Warcow, 6 Aug 2003) [10/10]
    I like all Zelda games and its music but personally, I think this has the best soundtrack of them all. It has its own type of sound and the music is brilliant.

    Destiny Mission: Game rip
    "Destiny Mission song" (by Warcow, 5 Aug 2003) [8/10]
    I've never played the game itself but the song here is great, too bad its only one tune though but still worth getting it.

    Castlevania: Game rip
    "Dracula concerto" (by Warcow, 5 Aug 2003) [10/10]
    This game has some of the most classic and best Castlevania songs ever made and that tells a lot of it's quality!

    Ork: Game rip
    "2 nice surprises in one archive" (by Warcow, 5 Aug 2003) [9/10]
    The first song is pretty fast and has great rythm and the other one is a nice harmonic piece with acustic guitar. High class Amiga music.

    Splatterhouse: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Splattered remix" (by Warcow, 4 Aug 2003) [7/10]
    Just one song here but it's pretty good, sounds like church music and reminds me a bit of old Castlevania music.

    Afterburner 2: Game rip
    "Afterburner 2 ost" (by Warcow, 4 Aug 2003) [9/10]
    A short soundtrack with only six songs but they are all very good with catchy melodies.

    Altered Beast: Game rip
    "The soundtrack of a beast" (by Warcow, 4 Aug 2003) [10/10]
    One of the very first Sega games and it has really cool, dark music. The archive contain 8 songs with the rest being voices and it's a must download.

    Warcraft 2: Game rip
    "Excellent music" (by Warcow, 4 Aug 2003) [10/10]
    Great medieval/fantasy music with a lot of nice harmonies, it's definitely one of the best old pcgame soundtracks.

    Times of Lore: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Nice remixes" (by Warcow, 22 Jul 2003) [7/10]
    This one has only got two tracks in it but the songs are both nice, combining the songs into medleys. They have another type of sound than the other formats this soundtrack can be found in and personally I think it has the best sound of them.

    Batman: The Movie: Game rip
    "A true gem" (by Warcow, 16 Jul 2003) [9/10]
    This soundtrack seems to be among those who get overshadowed by some of the other more famous C64 soundtracks. That's too bad because this is really a gem. It has a total of nine audio tracks with six full length songs and they are all really good. Especially the first three of them will get your attention very quick cause they are very catchy and are true classics of the genre. If you enjoy C64 music, I'm sure this won't let you down!

    Heretic: Game rip
    "Incredible game music" (by Warcow, 21 Jun 2003) [10/10]
    What can I say, this is my favourite soundtrack! Believe me, I like *many* game soundtracks and there's always some new music to discover everyday but this one has really got me bad. This midi rip doesn't sound exactely like on a Soundblaster card but it's close. If you haven't heard it, go download cause I think you'll enjoy it.
    Since this is my favourite soundtrack I can't possible give it anything else than the best rating, can I? :)

    Rise of the Triad: Game rip
    "A varied soundtrack" (by Warcow, 21 Jun 2003) [9/10]
    Many cool tunes in this soundtrack, I remember playing this game in 1995 and I immediately liked the music. It has dark, fast paced and even funny songs. It's definitely worth a download!

Warcow as source of these music records:

These music records are available to you also thanks to Warcow. This means, if the tune is Digital Audio, Warcow probably supplied some information to the music record. In case of downloadable MOD/MID music files he probably supplied and/or ripped some or all tunes.