Final Fantasy - Battle Arrange: The Black Mages - Soundtrack Reviews
Description:Genre: Soundtrack / Artist: Various Artists / Import / Audio CD released 2003-04-08 at Japanese Import
Newest Review: ... made to give a wider perspective, featuring material from games old and new rather than simply the most popular or most ... more
Customer Final Fantasy - Battle Arrange: The Black Mages - Soundtrack Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/02/08 (Very useful, 8 readings)
Another Japanese band performing rock interpretations of video game soundtracks, the Black Mages have the advantage of official endorsement from the original composer Nobuo Uematsu, whose work across the popular 'Final Fantasy' series of role-playing games forms the basis of their material. Nobuo himself is involved only at a production level in this debut release, arranged and performed by Kenichiro Fukui and Tsuyoshi Sekito against a drum machine, but as the project gained a cult fan base, the Black Mages expanded into a full live band and have even seen Nobuo incorporated into their ensemble. To ease the task of picking and choosing a select number of the ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Final Fantasy - Battle Arrange ...
Once Upon A Time In The West - Soundtrack - A landmark Morricone score, an utter pleasure from beginning to end, a masterpiece It's an old score, so it may not have the best sound quality on the planet
Once Upon A Time In America - Soundtrack - A masterpiece... ...though the period pieces are a bit disruptive in the middle.
Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan - Soundtrack - A windswept sci-fi score of great power and swashbuckling energy Less than stellar sound quality, though improved over remastering
Space Jam - Soundtrack - Some classics, Novelty tracks?
Christiane F.: Wir Kinder Vom Bahnof Zoo - David Bowie - Soundtrack - Soundtrack - 2001
Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie - Soundtrack - Soundtrack - 1992
|More products in Music Album|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|White Trash Hell - Everclear - Grunge - 2002||Sphinctour: Live - Ministry - Industrial - 2002||The Work Which Transforms God - Blut Aus Nord|
Hugely atmospheric, well crafted songs, well balanced as an album
May be a little too avant-garde for some
|In The Arms Of God - Corrosion Of Conformity|
Satisfying return to form.
Nothing new after all this time.
|Our Time In Eden - 10,000 Maniacs|
The lead singer, some great songs
Gets a bit samey now and again
|For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night - Caravan|
Pretty damn good as far as prog rock goes
All a bit dreamy occasionally
|Babylon - Skindred|
A few bangers
|Christmas Is 4 Ever - Bootsy Collins - R&B & Soul - Funk - 2006||Evolve or Be Extinct - Wiley - Hip-Hop & Rap - 2012|
|Kisses On The Bottom - Paul McCartney|