SEGA games with classical and/or heavy metal music?

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SEGA games with classical and/or heavy metal music?

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Just a quick question for all you SEGA music buffs out there: What SEGA games have a lot of either classical-esque music or heavy/power/gothic metal? I really like those genres of music and want to hear more of those on RadioSEGA.
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I've been finding Napple Tale has a pretty wide variety of music, including some classical styles.
As for metal, definitely Guilty Gear... Persona sometimes gets that heavy I'd say.
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AdeptofVale wrote:I've been finding Napple Tale has a pretty wide variety of music, including some classical styles.
A bit off subject, but I noticed that Rain Waltz from Napple Tale sounds a bit like the music from the show "Over the Garden Wall." Have you seen that show?
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supershadow01 wrote:A bit off subject, but I noticed that Rain Waltz from Napple Tale sounds a bit like the music from the show "Over the Garden Wall." Have you seen that show?
I have, and I do agree with that!
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AdeptofVale wrote:I have, and I do agree with that!
Good! I especially enjoyed Greg; I think he really made the show enjoyable because he alleviated some of the overall darkness with his humor. Back to the SEGA music discussion, I also just found that Napoleon: Total War has classical-style music in it.
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Metal Head's got quite a good soundtrack. If somebody's made an arranged version, then I reckon that'd sound quite metal-ish.
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Fighting Vipers is based on alternative metal, which suits the theme of the game just perfectly. :P Guilty Gear has always had heavy rock tracks aswell and now that Xrd is published by Sega, it also counts.
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Comix Zone and The Ooze appear at the top of my head, even though they were written with the Mega Drive's soundboard. I still feel the timbres chosen and the way they were used were for rock and metal writing in mind.
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Rexy wrote:Comix Zone and The Ooze appear at the top of my head, even though they were written with the Mega Drive's soundboard. I still feel the timbres chosen and the way they were used were for rock and metal writing in mind.
Can't comment on The Ooze, but with Comix Zone that's definitely the case. However if OP is looking for pure rock/metal, it won't do, since the SMD's soundboard is quite.. peculiar.
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Does third party SEGA games count? Because from what I've been hearing thru the 24/7 stream and a couple live shows, Guilty Gear Xrd's music definitely have that metal vibe for some of its songs.
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