Age of Empires III [Importado]
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CD de audio, 22 noviembre 2005
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Descripción del producto
1.Noddinagushpa (Main Title)
2.Across the Ocean Sea
3.Get Off My Band
8.Scruffy and Underfed
13.Rest with Us
14.Get Ye Sum
15.Where's My Uncle?
17.Meet These French
19.Major Rewrite/General Chunks
20.Take His Toes
21.Happy to You
22.Camels, Straws, And Backs
23.Years in the Making
24.Last Name Crane, Icabod
25.Ludus Perditus (The End of Happy Times)
26.Niceterium (The Sound of One Hand Clapping)
27.There Is Weather/Decisions Are Made (End Credits)
1.Age of Empires Theme [DVD][*][Mix]
Detalles del producto
- Dimensiones del producto : 14.2 x 12.9 x 0.99 cm; 100.07 g
- Fabricante : Sumthing Else
- Referencia del fabricante : 2222
- Etiqueta : Sumthing Else
- ASIN : B000BX8QK2
- Número de discos : 2
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº25,988 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)
- nº865 en Pistas Sonoras de Películas
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A few tracks harken back directly to previous material (the opening "Noddinagushpa" presents an excitingly military rendition of David Rippy's classic theme), but many tread wholly new territory. The Age of Empire soundtracks have always featured whatever the European equivalent of Americana is, but now Americana itself enters the music. Expect to be transported to the jungles of unsettled Florida, the rough woods of the Colonial frontier and the barren plains of the American West by this immersive music. Aside from the "mood" tracks, several pulse-quickening battle pieces are included. More dramatic is the underscore for the story of the Blacks. Several themes, most notably the nebulous Black family theme are woven throughout these tracks (another highlight is the spooky theme for the Circle of Ossus). The score is rounded out by some period pieces ("Niceterium" is authentic and amusing) and ends with a somewhat modern guitar-driven piece.
The bonus DVD features some footage of the recording sessions, the original game trailer, some 5.1 surround mixes of fourteen tracks (I'm not hooked up to a surround system, so I can't attest to the quality of these mixes, but on stereo speakers they sound excellent), and five bonus tracks. The first four bonus tracks represent more of the excellent underscore, though not all of it; one wonders why, with a bonus DVD available to fill, the entire game's score was not included. The last of these bonus tracks is a "Sumthing Different Remix" of the Age of Empires main theme, and the title should speak for itself. Computer-savvy collectors should be able to extract these tracks and insert them into the main soundtrack's playlist.
The soundtrack to Age of Empires III is the biggest and most ambitious yet. Prevalent throughout the music is a strong understanding of the American historical psyche and a talent for pleasing the ear. It's an all around oustanding entry by Rippy and McMullan.
- 14x 5.1 surround mixes of selected songs
- 5x 2.0 bonus tracks
- 1x Soundtrack recording session video
- 1x AoE III trailer
As for the soundtrack: Same superb composition as the rest of the Ensemble Studios "Age of..." titles, only this time with the weight of a full orchestra behind it.