Tree of Knowledge ~知恵の樹~

by yogurtbox

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jaxcheese
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jaxcheese Great stuff. Memorable melodies, interesting progressions, beautiful synth sounds. Good mix of bouncy upbeat tunes and more powerful stuff. Their site says they were inspired by YU-NO; as an Umemoto fanatic, I'd say they nailed it.
Lots of cool artwork as well.
Mariko's theme is such an earworm... Favorite track: 茉莉子 / Mariko.
Raphael Goulart
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Raphael Goulart I can say I really love a lot of the songs in this album, it has a lot of the happy chip pop songs I love so much, so well constructed and with so many beautiful melodies and progressions.
My favorites are Aiselia's Past and Ending - I love how they vary their mood throughout the song, and I love the 'heavy metal-esque' part on Ending
I must say coda and surasshu did a GREAT job on this. I've been listening to this for several hours.
Also, I'd love to have the modules for this ;) ;) Favorite track: エンディング ~ スルー・ザ・アトモスフィア / Ending: Through the Atmosphere.
D. Andruik
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D. Andruik Sweet, Sweet FM Synth. What more could I ask for! Especially in the way that it tells the story of a non-existent game. Favorite track: オープニング ~ 古木 / Opening: Ancient Tree.
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Tree of Knowledge is an album of original FM chiptunes in the style of Sega Genesis adventure games, 90's anime, and PC-98 visual novels. The concept is presented as a soundtrack to a fictional game, with character themes, opening and ending credits, and dramatic scenes.
For more information and backstory, visit yogurtbox.com

Ubiktune netlabel album page: ubiktune.org/releases/ubi024-yogurtbox-tree-of-knowledge

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released May 1, 2011

Composed by yogurtbox: Ken "coda" Snyder & Steven "surasshu" Velema
Album artwork by Diana Jakobsson and Jordan Chewning

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