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    Urban Progress [Modern/Near Dark Future Theme Music]
    by Cheryl M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/13/2012 21:54:18

    This is definitely a personal favorite from Tree Dweller's growing body of compositions. Cool, funky, hip in an unhurried sort of way. This is something I could have on the stereo of my car while driving to and from work. Would definitely be a great composition for gaming. Shows a definite growth in the creator's style as well. Hope to hear more like this from TD in the future.



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    The Late Night Galactic Mystery Show [Dark Future/Space/Modern Theme Music]
    by Cheryl M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/13/2012 21:42:21

    Slow and relaxing with an unusual funky beat thrown in at times. An unusual mix--not something I expected. Would be great background music for more of a space/modern themed gaming session.



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    Reform March [Post Modern Background Score Music]
    by Cheryl M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/13/2012 21:35:54

    Reform March is just that--a piece perfect for any futuristic marching that might take place. Slow, easy, never hurried. A nice mix of electronic/techno. I'm still marching...onward futuristic soldiers!



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    Devil On The Porch [Modern/Pulp/Crime Theme Music]
    by Cheryl M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/13/2012 21:30:31

    Bluegrass, sax, and blues all rolled up into one. Definitely an odd piece. Might be the perfect piece for any modern/pulp/crime game play taking place in the Louisiana bayou country.



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    Factory Of The Androids [Modern/Near Dark Future Theme Music]
    by Cheryl M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/13/2012 21:25:37

    Slow paced percussion and guitar-riffic piece. Definitely has a futuristic feel. Shows a definite evolution in Tree Dweller's creative talents. Overall very nicely done.



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    Rival Turf [Modern/Near Dark Future Theme Music]
    by Cheryl M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/13/2012 21:21:57

    A funky, hip piece that reminds me a great deal of Nine Inch Nails "Closer". Definitely my favorite by this artist. A definite must have for any techno fans. Would be the perfect touch for modern or futuristic game play.



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    Galaxy Edge [Space Theme Music]
    by Cheryl M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/13/2012 21:17:15

    Light, funky, and tranquil. Has a bit of a mysterious tone. Could be used perfectly for events leading up to larger developments in the game. The perfect background music for those into space-themed games. I'm a fan of the artist. Regardless of this fact this is a nicely done piece.



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    Common Criminals: Series 1
    by Cheryl M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/13/2012 21:13:03

    Very well developed and creative characterization. A definite must-have for those into more modern games. Not safe for work or with those who are easily offended, but this information is made quite clear in the product description.



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    Chamber Of Corruption [Fantasy/Horror/Space Corruption Music]
    by Cheryl M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/13/2012 21:09:12

    Definitely a tune appropriate for events leading up to a larger, climactic event. Nice Celtic tone. The woodwinds in the background added a great deal of personality to this piece, especially when paired with the haunting vocals.



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    Happily Depressed [Modern/Retro Theme Music]
    by Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 04/26/2012 01:03:21

    I’d say this track definitely has more of the “happily” than “depressed” in it. It’s very bouncy, almost bubbly. Even the slower interlude in the middle feels more peaceful than depressed. It’s not a bad choice to loop this for fifteen minutes or so when you have the after-lunch sleepies just to pep up a little bit. For use at the gaming table, you’ll want a scene in your story where everything is pretty much happy-go-lucky. My only serious complaint about the track is that it doesn’t loop well at all, both because of the slide-in/slide-out and a couple of seconds of silence at the end. An updated version with better population of the ID3 tags would be nice to. Although by my usual calculus this track ought probably to receive three stars, I went ahead with four just because the track makes me feel good.



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    Skull 66 [Post Modern Theme Score Music]
    by Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 04/25/2012 23:27:05

    This piece might serve well to score a modern or sci-fi role-playing scene where there isn’t really any immediate danger, but you still want to infuse a bit of intensity and maybe a bit of urgency. It doesn’t quite have the feel of a “race against time,” but it does give you the sense that things are moving along at a decent clip. On the down side, the low-pitched, indistinct vocals—almost a growl—at the beginning of the track seem distracting to me, there’s an electronic pulse throughout much of the piece that’s a bit too intense, and the track doesn’t loop well at all. This offering predates some of the ID3 tag improvements Fishwife Games employed later on. For both quality and usefulness, this track falls somewhere in the middle range of Fishwife Games’s musical offerings.



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    Mangoes for Uranus [Background Music]
    by Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 04/25/2012 00:32:56

    This track has enough variety to avoid tedium, but not so much that the changes are distracting. For the most part, it’s fairly minimalist in instrumentation, and—no doubt I’m influenced by the title here—puts me in mind of an alien world where advanced technology and tribal societal structures work hand in hand. The track doesn’t seem to be designed for looping, but it does begin and end gracefully enough that looping it won’t be disruptive. The ID3 tags need to be cleaned up; only the title field is populated, and it shouldn’t have all those underscores in it. Otherwise, this piece is a good addition to your musical library for scoring sci-fi role-playing scenes, especially when the PCs are out of their element.



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    Saturday Night Solutions [Modern/Cyberpunk Theme Music]
    by Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 04/24/2012 23:57:00

    I’m not really sure what it is about this track, but it just doesn’t “work” for me. There’s nothing especially bad about the piece, but nothing especially great about it, either. It’s solidly midrange in quality and effectiveness. It’s one of Fishwife Games’s longer pieces, which is nice, and its loops well if you trim off the second or two of silence at the end (though this is something the end user shouldn’t have to do). It does embody the feel of 70s/80s crime movies, so from that point of view it hits the mark. I think maybe my tepid reaction to the track stems from the fact that the name and artwork imply gunplay, but the music doesn’t. (The ID3 tags need cleanup, too, but I don’t think that perfect ID3 tags would make me like this track better.)



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    Urban Progress [Modern/Near Dark Future Theme Music]
    by Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 04/23/2012 13:43:42

    This is a smooth, nonintrusive track that could play very well under a variety of role-playing scenes in any setting from about the 1970s onward, into the distant future. I’d recommend using it for relatively calm scenes when the PCs are in non-threatening situations. It would be good backing for montage moments, travel scenes, or extended periods of investigation in libraries, government offices, and so on—scenes that advance the plot but don’t involve combat, hazards, or other obvious dangers. The ID tags need some cleanup (Fishwife Games has been doing a better job with these in more recent releases), and the track doesn’t loop as well as I’d like, but otherwise it’s a very fine piece of RPG background music.



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    The Future Of Suspense [Dark Future/Space/Modern Theme Music]
    by Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 04/23/2012 11:29:45

    Parts of this track are really catchy, memorable, and enjoyable … but other parts are just weird and distracting. The basic riffs do a good job of creating an energetic, suspenseful atmosphere, but starting around 2:15 there are odd sound effects that make me think of giant mutant pigeons cooing. This really brings the track down for me; I like everything else about the track, but that center section can’t be ignored. (The ID3 tags are also “messy,” with underscores in the track name and such, but the publisher has being doing a better job with the tags in more recent releases.)



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