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Old Sep 11, 2009, 02:06 PM
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How were the online exclusive tracks obtained?
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Old Sep 11, 2009, 02:47 PM
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They were available for download on Sonic Mayhem's website.
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Old Sep 11, 2009, 02:50 PM
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Thanks, Rimo. I'll add that info to the notes.
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Old Nov 10, 2009, 11:51 AM
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I have a question:
why when I find online infos about this album the title is "Noize" and not "Noise"?
I know that tha cover says Noise but...just curious.
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Old Aug 17, 2010, 02:48 AM
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I have a question:
why when I find online infos about this album the title is "Noize" and not "Noise"?
I know that tha cover says Noise but...just curious.
Sascha Dikiciyan liked his Zs. Online, he'd often type certain song titles inconsistently, either with a Z or an S. It could be "Quake 3 Arena: Noise", or it could be "Quake 3: Arena Noize" (note also the colon on the latter title directly after the number 3, making the subtitle "Arena Noize"). I followed Sonic Mayhem a lot years back, before and directly after the "Q3A:N" album was released, and read and downloaded whatever I could on sonicmayhem.com.

Another Z swapped with an S would be the SM track "Arms Bazaar" from the "Tomorrow Never Dies" video game soundtrack, where on the "Sonic Mayhem: Music for Visual Media" CD (http://lostvgm.com/vgmrush/album.php?id=308), it was retitled "Armz Bazaar".

So, really, that's the best explanation I can give: Sascha liked his Zs. For this particular album, I always preferred to go with the printed "Quake 3 Arena: Noise" title, rather than "Quake 3: Arena Noize". If I recall, Sascha would even type the song "Noise Purge" as "Noize Purge", yet inconsistently—looking at a defunct page at sonicmayhem.com (http://www.sonicmayhem.com/frames/fr...ml#quake3arena), it's typed "Noise Purge", even though the album title is "Quake 3: Arena Noize", but I'm pretty sure I remember seeing it typed "Noize Purge" on the website all those years back.

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for anyone interested there is a charity listing on eBay for the last 200 copies of the Original Quake 3 Arena Noise Soundtrack, with each copy signed by Sascha Dikiciyan aka Sonic Mayhem. 100% of the purchase price will go to the Red Cross.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Signed-Quake-3-A...item19c5460c2b
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Old Jun 1, 2011, 11:29 AM
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for anyone interested there is a charity listing on eBay for the last 200 copies of the Original Quake 3 Arena Noise Soundtrack, with each copy signed by Sascha Dikiciyan aka Sonic Mayhem. 100% of the purchase price will go to the Red Cross.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Signed-Quake-3-A...item19c5460c2b
Oh thank you man, just bought one
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Old Oct 7, 2011, 01:47 AM
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Quake III Arena Noize Soundtrack posted by SonicMayhem on Soundcloud.
"This set contains 15 sounds, total time: 59.29"
Compared to the CD release: 12 tracks, total time: 47:04
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