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Portable Paradise March 14, 2006

Kevin Kelly
Final Fantasy Adventure - Tribute to Tributes
Artist's Comments: This song was originally made in November, 2004. It was a midi-made choral piece that was dedicated to Trick Waters, the curator that came before the current one (If that makes sense). Anywho, I was looking through some old stuff on an old data CD of junk I've created, and I happened across the old Tribute to Trick Midi, which is findable on the site, if you go back far enough. I plugged it into the ol' SoundFont machine, and out came a slightly less butchered .mp3. Woo hoo. Have a listen, enjoy, and when you throw stones at me, please keep them small.
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Elliot Guisinger
Grandia 3 - Soundtrack Review
Review's Debriefing: To celebrate the recent release of SquareEnix's latest adventure, I decided to re-launch the review section with a review of Grandia III's soundtrack. You can thank The Saving Throw's Nwash for bringing this new design to life, and New Updates' Carabbit for the graphics. That pretty much says it all. Enjoy.
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> Without music, life is a journey through a desert - Pat Conroy

A great day for the life of a Nintendo DS owner, even if incredibly unrelated to RPGs. Today saw the release of both Metriod Prime: Hunters and Tetris DS. Either one of these ensures that my wireless router will be working overtime. The downside of this, however, is that my chances of passing any of my classes this semester just dropped drastically. But at least I have some new handheld online goodness.

In keeping with the theme of handheld worship, we have another Kevin Kelly remix, the second week in a row, this time of one of the eldest Game Boy RPGs, Final Fantasy Adventure. An interesting concept behind the piece, I really though that the translation from midi to mp3 went smooth.

Following that, we have something completely different. Carlisle brings us our first soundtrack review in some incredibly long time (about 2-3 years). Should anyone wish to write their own review, be sure to check out the guidelines and download the template.

So, I hope everyone enjoys the coming week and has a chance to get some submissions in. Remember, only you can prevent forest fires, which roughly translated, means sends in your music.

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