I'm really feeling it!

Hi there! You might remember me from such amazing TAY years like 2014. Seemed like there was hardly a day without at least one wacky Shiryusome post up in here! But after a tour of duty of one year, I took off with a pretty good "Misssion Accomplished" feel to the whole thing. I loved it!

So why am I back posting here anyway? Well, my life takes many twists and turns so I've kept myself busy dedicating to my many other projects as well as what we call "the real work life". But it would be criminal not to point out my new LP release witch such impeccable timing.


Long overdue but a invite from Portuguese blog Meus Jogos DS sealed the deal: "Hyrule Melodia et Concordia" is my "Legend of Zelda" series tribute LP featuring orchestral arrangements from all of the currently released fifteen Zelda games in the past 29(!) years.

You! You in the back who asked if it has music from the CD-i titles: Shut up and sit down, you're not funny and of course it does not include any of that blasphemy!

So speaking of timing, if like me you're also enjoying your New 3DS and the now in brand new 3D vision re-release of "Majora's Mask", you can consider this LP a neat little extra to add to the whole package. Grab it anyway you like from the links below.

Free MP3 Download - Bandcamp LossLess Purchase - YouTube Stream

Hope you enjoy and that it brings you some awesome memories, it certainly was a very fun an nostalgic revisit of these games by their iconic tunes. Well, that's all from me. I can't promise anything but I will do my best to always come around and keep you up to date on any of my video game related music adventures while maintaining my regular levels of lurking.


It's no longer a secret to everybody, so please share and enjoy. Ok,I'm going back to GameCube's WWE Day of Reckoning 2 (...don't ask).


Play Hard, Play Loud! ᕦ(ò_óˇ)ᕤ

PS: Due to some sort of middle-age crisis, I have also uploaded 150 of some of my finest arcade video game memories since I left TAY. Damn, I really miss arcades...

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