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Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Bande originale, Import

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  • Album vinyle (6 décembre 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bande originale, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B005TOQHLS
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Par ABC le 15 août 2014
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Pas vraiment de nouveauté pour cette édition "anniversary" : les symphonies présentées ici sont sensiblement les mêmes que celles de l'opus original. Elles ont été cependant quelque peu modifiées. Mais cela demeure toujours un plaisir à écouter.
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
Livraison rapide et soigné. Fan de Halo depuis sont 1er opus, c'es toujours agréable d'écouté chaque music du 1er opus, ça rappelle de bon souvenir.
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cette une version 33 tours des bandes musicales originales, elle est plus destinée aux fans et collectionneurs de l'univers d'Halo !
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J'ai rien a dire , se cd et super, toute les chansons sons la, je le recommande a tous le monde qui sont fans halo comme moi ?
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 They take the classic Halo soundtrack, and rejig it in ways you wish they hadn't. 18 janvier 2013
Par Definitely Not Abraham Lincoln - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
What we have here is basically an updated, re-orchestrated version of the classic Halo: Combat Evolved soundtrack. There's really not much that's changed: in the 10 years since Halo was released, sample libraries have also radically evolved - ignoring the choir, which was recorded live, every other instrument here is essentially fake.

Many tracks have been extended or, for longer tracks (e.g. Halo: CE's Truth & Reconciliation Suite) split into two or more tracks. One of the biggest things that irritates me is the guitar solo on "Rock In A Hard Place" (the remake of the original "Rock Anthem For Saving The World"). Whereas the original was a screaming guitar solo that evoked awesome classic rock, the new version sounds literally interchangeable with any contemporary rock song. The solo, in other words, is completely bland and nowhere near as virtuosic as the original.

Besides that, there are some prominent issues with the actual mixing of the tracks. As in, they sound completely unnatural. On "Bravery, Brotherhood" for example, the brass are way too quiet (suggesting that the mix engineer has no idea what balance in a real orchestra sounds like); the woodwind solo and the brass stabs around 30-40 seconds (which really carries the prominent harmonic-rhythmic accompaniment) are nearly inaudible - everything, in every track, is completely drowned out by strings and percussion. And while that might work for a standard action film, Halo's important and memorable themes should be at the forefront of the music, not layered behind epic percussion.

In "Installation 04" (with many of the other tracks), the strings sound completely lackluster. There is no reverb applied, making them sound dry and nonliving. They don't breathe, they don't bounce with the vitality that they should. And, without the reverb, many of the notes (especially prominent with the cellos at the beginning of "Installation 04") sound like they cut off far too quickly.

Other things were added where they weren't needed, too, for example: random treble-heavy synths and a completely out-of-place piano solo (which sounds like it belongs in Halo: ODST) toward the end of "Installation 04".

Overall, while it is still a good soundtrack (it's classic O'Donnell/Salvatori, after all, not the lackluster score for Halo 4), it just doesn't quite live up to the vigor and brilliance of the original Halo: CE soundtrack.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Great Album But Does It Match The Original? 24 février 2012
Par Joshua Murley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
To be honest I really didn't know what to expect out of this album, whether the tracks where going to be orchestrated acoustic (not synthesized) carbon copies of the Original H:CE soundtrack or just a better recorded version of all the original tracks. Before I start though I have to say that I haven't played the game yet (but I've played every other Halo game made) but I have the Soundtracks to the Original, Halo 2, 3, and ODST. Now the album on its own is fantastic but the fact that it will forever be in the shadow of the original soundtrack which is unfair. The tracks come off as something between carbon copies and remixes but only in a reinterpreted way as the notes have not changed but the arrangements have, this is a hit and miss on the album but overall they do an excellent job. Now I understand that a few of the hardcore fans of the original soundtrack (H:CE) will see this as sacrilege but they already had preconceived expectations of this album which just spoils it and I understand that. But you have to view this album as that great cover band at your local bar, they may not duplicate the original songs but they definitely do their best to capture the essence of the original songs.

Now the songs that are just as enjoyable as the original include: Rock in a Hard Place, Infiltration, Strung, Lions tigers and..., and Cloaked in Blackness. Songs that are better than the Original are few but include Dewy Decimate. There are also original songs or they might be from the original H:CE game that didn't make it onto the soundtrack. These are: Still Moving, Xenoarchaeology, and In the Substance of it is a barely identifiable excerpt from a larger song on the H:CE soundtrack called Library Suite. I've been waiting over 10 years to hear the glorious Arborea Above (located in the middle of Assault on the Control Room level in the original game. I was very disappointed back in 2002 that that song didn't make the soundtrack and is almost worth the price of this album alone). Finally there are the bad songs such as Between Beams which are just horrible to listen to. Fortunately there are about 2 or three truly bad songs on the album. Most however are good enough or just as good as their original counterparts. The only song that I think they did better than the Original is Dewy Decimate (Most of The Library Suite on H:CE).

Now the album is better overall than the Halo 2 and Halo 3 soundtracks but not as good as the ODST soundtrack and the Original H:CE soundtrack. The only problems with the album are minor though and have nothing to do with the music itself. For example the the order makes no sense what so ever on H:CEA because that's not how you encounter them if you were playing the campaign all the way through. Another thing is the song names. Why rename them something else? (i.e., Drumrun on H:CE is Strident on H:CEA, Under Cover of Night is Cloaked in Blackness, Trace Amounts is Fragments, and Rock Anthem for Saving the World is both A Rock in a Hard Place and Strung, and even the hidden track in H:CE is tacked onto the end of Instillation Q4 which is in itself mostly a remixed version of Truth and Reconciliation.). Evidently there has been allot of mashing and miss-matching of songs into new songs and broken up and tacked onto other songs. It's all very interesting, but does this match the original Halo: Combat Evolved Soundtrack? I say it just falls short but it's more consistent than that album. A great album for any fan of the soundtracks of ODST, Halo 2, Halo 3, and obviously the Original.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 As I expected 11 avril 2014
Par Patrick Dennis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'll admit, I listened to the entire album on youtube before I bought it, something I considered because of the original composer's absence during the making of these scores, despite the fact that the majority of them are based directly on their work. No, it still doesn't sound the same, but if you're expecting a remake to sound precisely like the original, you're already expecting too much, and missing the point of a remake. That said, it's a great soundtrack in its own right, and is remarkably faithful to its original content. I was relieved to find that 'personal interpretation' of Martin O'Donnel and Michal Salvatori's music was kept to a minimum. Some of it, like the Flood sequences, I even think sound a little better. The hard-core 'nothing but the original' fanboy may snub it for the most minor of differences, but if you're just a fan of this style of music, it's worth the buy.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Halo: Soundtrack Evolved 12 juillet 2012
Par Quiggs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
Well, I've just gotten into vinyls recently and this was one of the first ones I've gotten. I've been a Halo fan for years now and loved the soundtrack since I first heard it. Hearing the soundtrack with the quality of a vinyl was really something amazing. I had been told that vinyl quality was much better than CD and MP3 quality and the symphonic sound of the Halo: Combat Evolved soundtrack really proved it to me. I recommend this to anyone who has a turntable and enjoys Halo's soundtrack. It also comes with a download code so that you can download the full soundtrack for your MP3 player.
Well, now I feel I should mention the only downside. There i only one vinyl in this and it only contains about 16 songs (about 8 on each side). I was disappointed until I found the download code for the full soundtrack. Since a lot of the soundtrack has similar sounds to the songs (the monks singing, or the drums and strings from the theme) I felt that what they put on the vinyl was enough to satisfy me.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good pressing, missing some songs from the CD release. 12 décembre 2013
Par Andrew J. King - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
I wish they had done a gatefold release which contained the FULL soundtrack, but none the less this release contains the best songs from the soundtrack. The dye they used for the vinyl is interesting, almost looks like a green marble. Quality of the pressing was better than I was expecting given the fact that I had never heard of the record label this was released on.

To all the causal gamers who are buying this album... don't use a USB Turntable! You will just ruin the grooves of the record by using a cheap USB turntable with a cheap needle stylus. The point of vinyl is to enjoy the sound quality - you cannot do this on a $50 USB piece of crap.
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