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Remember Me (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra) [Original Soundtrack]
 
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Remember Me (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra) [Original Soundtrack]

3 Jun 2013 | Format: MP3

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3:26
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3:34
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3:11
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2:19
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4:00
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2:15
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4:43
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3:13
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3:21
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2:54
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3:59
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3:00
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4:03
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2:27
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3:02


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 3 Jun 2013
  • Label: Ameo Prod, Inc.
  • Copyright: 2013 Capcom Co., Ltd.
  • Total Length: 49:27
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  • ASIN: B00DJTOB72
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,970 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Loescher on 16 Sep 2013
Though I can't say the same of the video game, I was floored by the soundtrack to 2008's Alone in the Dark. Composer Olivier Deriviere took the melodic template of a blockbuster thriller and spun it in a completely different direction with spellbinding choral work and captivating orchestral fervor. Like Alone in the Dark, this year's Remember Me is also an action-adventure video game with stellar music, but that's where similarities between the two end. As a wonderful corollary to the 2084 Neo-Paris setting of Remember Me, Deriviere's accompanying score is a vivid, avant-garde journey through sounds both classical and contemporary.

Remember Me's sonic template originates from starkly different directions: realism and fabrication. On one hand, its lush modern melodicism is reminiscent of the colorful awe of RPG soundtracks like Hitoshi Sakimoto's Final Fantasy XII. But instantly evident is the digital treatment that Deriviere has given to the richly organic orchestra: heavy, dense processing with electronic effects like bursts of static, pulsating and sometimes techno percussion, syncopated start-and-stop flourishes, and bizarre wavering melodies akin to that of a theremin. First track "Nilin the Memory Hunter" encapsulates many of these elements, giving an effective introduction to the rest of the album and preparing the listener for music that's impossible to ignore. "Rise to the Light" turns a corner from the first track, beginning with an initially soft melody eerily similar to Jerry Goldsmith's Alien theme, soon joined by a flood of strings and a full complement of strings and horns against a beautifully-toned synth backdrop.
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By Amazon Customer on 17 July 2014
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Great soundtrack to a marmite game (I love marmite).
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