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Underrated N64 music; The music that does not get enough love
Topic Started: Jul 21 2016, 09:00 AM (1,162 Views)
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The Goldeneye score has some of my all-time favorite video game music. Like a weird fusion of classic John Barry 007 music with industrial beats/soundscapes. Which makes me think of J.G. Thirlwell. Which is a very good thing.

But for truly underrated, I think the Clayfighter 63 1/3 and Earthworm Jim 3D scores deserves some more love. Both are extremely flawed games that squander their potential but the music's pretty interesting in both of them. I remember the music from the latter's barnyard area, with the twangy/noisy Jesus Lizard-style guitar riffs, more than the stage itself.
Edited by LosTickaToeRest, Aug 13 2016, 12:09 PM.
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