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Dungeonmans Original Soundtrack

Catalog Number OCRD-0168
Release Date Dec 09, 2014
Publish Format Commercial
Release Price 6.99 USD
Media Format 2 Digital
Classification Original Soundtrack
Published by OverClocked Records / /
Composed by Andrew Aversa
Arranged by
Performed by Flute Link, Jeff Ball, XPRTNovice

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 Resolve of Dungeonmans 1:36
02 Cave Cautus Custoditi 3:22
03 Adventure of Legends 3:27
04 Cimmerian Cavern 3:18
05 Proof of Stremf 2:18
06 Ataraxia 3:53
07 Growl Atop the Triger 4:24
08 Imperishable Solitude 3:03
09 Requiescence 2:54
10 Manifest Labyrinth 3:15
11 Unremembered Miscreation 3:20
12 Flash of Tinsteel 4:01
Disc length 38:51
Disc 2

01 Enmired Herpetology 3:20
02 Disquieting Quagmire 2:48
03 The Tower Invincible 3:58
04 Might of the Warlords 2:48
05 The Fortress Indomitable 3:17
06 Tomorrow's Hope 2:13
07 Hyperborean Corridor 3:20
08 Abyssal Wanderer 3:06
09 Calamity of Dread 3:14
10 Heliotropic Leviathan 2:21
11 Adventures of Burlylium 2:54
12 Grand Finale 6:05
13 Stingers 0:41
Disc length 40:05

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Platforms represented
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Notes

Performers ("Grand Finale"): Laura Intravia, Jeff Ball, XPRTNovice

Official soundtrack to the heroic adventure roguelike Dungeonmans, available now on Steam! This lush, 70+-minute score is heavily inspired by the work of legendary composer Hitoshi Sakimoto, particularly soundtracks like Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy 12.

From heroic battle anthems and adrenaline-pumping boss music to dark, atmospheric dungeon themes and restful town songs, each piece is lovingly-crafted as tribute to the greatest 16- and 32-bit RPG music of our childhoods. The Grand Finale is a triumphant journey through the score, with full-blown orchestral samples and live performances by Laura “Flute Link” Intravia, Jeff Ball, and Joe “XPRTNovice” Zieja!

Ending theme notwithstanding, the ‘sound’ of Dungeonmans comes from the Roland SC-88: a classic orchestral sound module used on countless video game scores of the 90s and early 2000s. It was chosen here to evoke that aesthetic and hearken back to the days of high adventure on the PC and PlayStation.