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Mass Effect 2: Kasumi's Stolen Memory

November 30, 2010 | Format: MP3

$1.99
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2:59
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2:43
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2:35
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2:03
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By Julie VINE VOICE on September 14, 2013
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If you like Mass Effect soundtrack music, this will probably be a welcome addition to your collection.

My personal preference for order is to start off with the melodious piano sounds of "Party Music" followed by the soft but intriguing, flowing "Infiltration" followed by quicker, more exciting "Making Our Escape", and finishing with "Death From Above".

"Party Music" is a very soothing piece. When I heard the title, I was thinking like dance party, but this is more fitting for a formal, black tie affair.

"Infiltration" sounds haunting and suspenseful.

"Making Our Escape" throws in themes from "Infiltration" at a faster clip along with a quicker beat and faster drums. "Making Our Escape" makes you feel like if you were playing the game, things would definitely be trying to kill you right about then. The ending is a bit softer and I think flows in very nicely with the sudden, daunting, harsh first few beats of "Death From Above".

"Death From Above" opens rather suddenly, flows into a quicker, exciting beat much like "Making Our Escape", slows down in the middle bringing back subtle hints of the haunting quality found in "Infiltration", and ends leaving one wanting more.

I consider this a well spent $1.99. I think I already played it 3 times and I'm sure I'll fit the 4 into my favorite collection. I'd have to play around a bit to see how it lines up with the rest of the ME2 score, but I already changed that to have most of the character songs in a row.
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Bioware had some very impressive scores made for their Mass Effect DLC releases rather than just recycling main game music and now these masterpieces are available for purchase. Kasumi brings us a hint of Japanese style to the Mass Effect scores and it fits well with the universe.

"Death from Above" and "Making our Escape" flow together and feel as if they are really one song split in half although "Death from Above" is certainly the most "epic" track on this release.

"Infiltration" was my favorite part of the score while playing the DLC due to it's engaging atmospheric style. The title fits it well.

"Party Music" is a wonderful piano piece played at Donovan Hock's party and I was delighted to hear it in its entirety outside of the game.

If you enjoyed Mass Effect 2's score than you should not hesitate to add Kasumi's Stolen Memory to your soundtrack collection.
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This soundtrack is very enjoyable like most Mass Effect music already is. The songs are nicely done but very short but are still enjoyable.
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