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Submitted by -Mezzo- 483d ago | opinion piece

Proof That There's No Such Thing As Too Many Video Game Composers

Kotaku - Sure, it's cool when a talented musician makes an album paying tribute to video game music. But what about when a whole bunch of composers assemble, locking their various musical tics and tricks in place for a single grand collection? That's more or less what's happened with World 1-2, a video game tribute album featuring compositions by video-game greats like Mega Man's Manami Matsumae, Journey's Austin Wintory, and Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka. (Culture)

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