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falloutgod13 wrote:You'd be surprised, Megadeth used the Inkspots at the start of one of their songs and it cost them a pretty penny. When they(InterPlay) tried to get that same track for Fallout they couldn't afford it. Perhaps it's the difference of using a whole track versus a partial section. Then there's also the fact that the track in question is quite famous. Perhaps you'll recognize it if you don't already know what it is.
http://youtu.be/k7AZIvDD5Lw <-- of course Bethesda got it, with their deep pockets and all.
falloutgod13 wrote:Anyway, here's what I managed to do. http://youtu.be/vzwJZWPzW-Y
Signal wrote:Clicking through the links in this thread, I'm hearing a lot of Metal and Rock. Cool, cool...
But in the interests of having a little bit more variety, I don't suppose anyone would be willing to give a rap song a chance for a few minutes, would they? I'm pretty sure musical tastes would be just as many and varied in a post apocalyptic world as they are today.
Method Man - Judgement Day
TΛPETRVE wrote:My personal little battle anthem:
Suzuki Keiichi - "A House on Fire and Massacres all over" (from Kitano Takeshi's remake of Zatoichi Monogatari)
No stupid tribal drums, no fake choirs, strings and horns, just the silent wrath of a synthesizer and a drum machine.
Plasmablaster wrote:Yes, it's widely known that composers using choirs, strings or horns make totally fake music. Just like Ennio Morricone's:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNAfdgIf ... re=related
....and the rest of course....
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