27 Songs, 2 Hours 22 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
51 Ratings

51 Ratings

j_york ,

Exceptional work

Ed, thanks. Great tracks that work even better as a whole. I can only ask one thing. Do it again.

wbokunic ,

Neotokyo: Source OST Review

Most albums have one really good song, a few okay songs and over half the album is complete and utter crap. Neotokyo: Source’s OST, however, is the exact opposite. There are one or two songs I just don’t like, a few okay ones, and over half the album is pure gold. Now by “bad,” I don’t mean they aren’t good songs. I just mean that, when playing a game, they aren’t going to motivate me like the rest of the album.

The two songs I just don’t think fit the album are Radius and Paperhouse. As I said above, both these tracks are great by themselves, but for the purpose of this album, they don’t fit in. They’re too soft and slow to really get your blood moving in intense action. Those two songs aside, however, the remaining tracks all fit the purpose exceptionally well. From Distance’s heavy emphasis on beats to Tin Soldier’s crescendo of melody this album is great.

For a mere $11 hard copy (or $9.99 for a digital download off of CDBaby or iTunes) you will receive 26 full tracks (The song 00 is only 33 seconds long so I don’t consider it a full track) which are all pretty lengthy, usually ranging fro 5:00-7:00 in length, and most of these songs can be used to motivate you in gameplay. I highly recommend this album for any gamer looking for an awesome soundtrack and I implore all readers to check out Neotokyo: Source.

Yakui ,


The Album is so awesome it almost makes me cry :( And the fact that its only 10 bucks for a 27 track album? How could anyone turn it down?

Beautiful stuff man, beautiful stuff.

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