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PostPosted: 2015-01-21, 10:56:38 

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TitleEye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon
ComposerFrank Klepacki
OSMS-DOS
Sound ChipsYM3812
Tracks51
Playing time26:01
Pack authorDoommaster1994
Pack version1.00
Last Update2015-02-18


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The longest and the best (IMHO) out of the EotB trilogy. Amazing what Frank Klepacki did on this soundtrack considering all he had was Visual Composer.

The Ira/Calandra and Catacomb Guard/Catacomb Clerics songs sound the same, but I noticed some differences. For the Ira/Calandra song, I noticed the Calandra song plays louder in some areas. The Catacomb Clerics song is cut off.

There are some sound effects in the game that make me wonder if they count as songs or not (such as the sound when a party member dies.) If someone who's played the game thinks it counts as a song, I'll include it in the rip. I also found another unknown/unused song that plays somewhere in the first part of Temple Darkmoon (MEZANINE.ADL). I thought maybe it played when you went to the resurrection altar, but going there doesn't seem to play anything. If anyone can figure out where the unknown songs play at, you get a free (virtual) cookie!

A huge thanks to Valley Bell for helping me rip this.


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