SONIC THE HEDGEHOG 4 EPISODE II ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

December 5, 2012 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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1
0:17
2
0:30
3
2:51
4
3:01
5
1:42
6
1:05
7
2:28
8
2:36
9
1:31
10
1:50
11
2:09
12
2:31
13
2:22
14
0:45
15
1:50
16
3:17
17
3:30
18
1:01
19
2:12
20
3:36
21
2:58
22
0:27
23
3:06
24
2:54
25
1:07
26
0:38
27
0:36
28
0:33
29
1:04
30
0:06


Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 4, 2012
  • Label: WAVEMASTER ENTERTAINMENT
  • Total Length: 54:33
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B00ADKURGY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,474 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2's soundtrack as a whole isn't really bad by any means, but each track gives off a different feel or reaction from me.

The best of the package has to be the OST for Sylvania Castle Zone and Sky Fortress Zone. These tracks feel remarkably Genesis-y and are fun to listen to no matter how short of a length each composition is!

Actually, I think I should be a little more specific. The best was all of the above except the track for Sylvania Act 2. Act 2's track isn't bad, but it's not really that catchy, and it can somewhat come off as forgettable. The same can be said for White Park Zone Act 3's track. The rest of White Park's tracks are still great stuff, but not quite up there with Sylvania Castle and Sky Fortress.

The bottom of the barrel has to be Oil Desert Zone's soundtrack. While Act 1's track is okay, its lowbrow and slow pace keep it from being pretty good. And then there's Acts 2 & 3. HOLY CRAP! What happened here? Act 2 sounds like dying ducks are being used as instruments, and Act 3 replaces those ducks with screechy synthesizers! Another painful song is the boss theme for Dr. Eggman, which is the "pitch" potion of the boss music in Sonic 4: Episode 1, except with a different instrumental setup, but nevertheless painful to listen to. Even the forgettable final boss theme is better.
And yet Metal Sonic's boss theme, a remix of Episode 1's Mad Gear Zone, is awesome.

That's just about the rundown of Episode 2's soundtrack. Not bad, but could've been better.
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Listening to this soundtrack is like hearing the SEGA Genesis version all over again like old times. I love it very much.
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