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Submitted by -Mezzo- 808d ago | opinion piece

The Wonderful, Rare Sloppiness Of The Monaco Soundtrack

Kotaku - Of all the terms one could use to describe a video game soundtrack—exhilarating, emotional, sad, uplifting, lonesome, boisterous—the word "sloppy" almost never comes up. Seriously, pause for a minute and name a video game with a sloppy soundtrack. Unless you're talking about a poorly-played Rock Band track or a bar pianist in Red Dead Redemption, they're few and far between. (Monaco, Xbox 360)

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