Alden Duquette

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Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2014 Feb 25 - 22:23

TheOnlyDeerAlive has a lot of Skyward Sword covers. :) Many of them aren't on Radio Hyrule yet, but you can find them on his YouTube channel. :)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sat, 2014 Jan 18 - 18:33

I don't know if it was Koji Kondo or whoever thought it was a good idea to call this "Orchestral", but they were wrong. It's not. And it hurts my ears every time I hear it. It sounds more like a half-dead thrift store synthesizer than an orchestra.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Dec 23 - 17:15

The Hidden Village was one of my favorite moments in my experience, not just with Zelda, but with gaming in general... the atmosphere and sheer awesomeness is probably second only to The Part Where He Kills You. :)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2013 Dec 20 - 00:57

I still think this song is overrated. :P How it got more favorites than Thunderstruck is beyond me. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2013 Dec 20 - 00:50

Umm... so why did you add this song to the library a second time? :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Dec 09 - 23:44

This is EXACTLY something one would expect from OCRemix; they openly admit that their songs are all "reinterpretations". :P It's just kinda weird, that's all. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Dec 09 - 18:02

I honestly cannot remember ever saying that. :P No, I agree; I'm not a fan of jazz, but if it's Zelda, it belongs here. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Dec 09 - 15:26

Yeah, that would help, thanks. :) I'm already over it, but thanks anyways. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Dec 05 - 15:36

Hearing this come on after listening to Time's End... is like the best stress relief ever. :P Phew... :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Nov 27 - 16:29

I just bought the game during Nintendo's Character sale, and I'm loving it! :D

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sat, 2013 Nov 23 - 16:44

Artificial Fear can be really great, but this is by far one of his best arrangements. :)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Nov 20 - 20:51

I have no idea. :P According to NovaAlamak (a.k.a. the DJ for the Windmill Hut), no other VGM online radio station has the "time and resources" that RH has. :P All I know is that, however they do it, they're gooood... :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Nov 07 - 18:29

You know, these songs are great, but do we seriously have to hear them EVERY SECOND OF EVERY DAY?!?!?! Come on people, request something else for a change!! Sheesh!!

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 Nov 03 - 16:49

These songs are okay, but only when I'm in the mood to hear them. Otherwise they stink. But when I am in the mood, they can be pretty good. But it varies.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Oct 30 - 22:21

And this isn't the only one. :P If you look at Devin Taylor's "DTech" albums (or something like that, and I forget which one) one of his songs is listed as "Ezlo's Dragon Roost Island". :P I guess people compare WW and MC a lot...? :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Oct 30 - 15:26

It doesn't sound that much like John Williams to me... If it did, I would be ecstatic. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Oct 23 - 13:38

Radio Hyrule has what they call a "cringe test", which basically means that if listening to a song makes them cringe, they aren't going to play it. :P I know there are other albums (Such as OCRemix-25YearLegend) which have had certain songs removed because of this. So yeah...

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sat, 2013 Oct 19 - 02:33

Bad puns aside, according to OCRemix.org, this song is not only a remix of the Song of Storms, but also has "Brinstar - Red Soil Wetland Area" from Super Metroid in it too. So far I have not been able to detect any direct link to that tune, other than having similar atmospheres, but not for want of trying. That said, this is a very well-down remix (even though that is going to keep driving me insane until I find it....)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Oct 16 - 14:00

I don't think so. I have the album (courtesy of TheOnlyDeerAlive, who got it courtesy of GilvaSunnner) so I know what you're talking about; however, these remixes are, as far as I can tell, completely identical. Go figure.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2013 Oct 15 - 13:40

Artificial Fear is like that. :P He takes a while to get used to, if you're not into heavier metal, but he is possibly the best one once you do. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2013 Sep 24 - 14:27

My favorite part of this track is when you hear those panpipes... makes me feel like I'm playing Spirit Tracks. :)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Sep 23 - 16:36

The fact that it says "compilation" instead of "medley" explains why there is a pause in between each song. A compilation is a collection of separate things (in this case, songs) brought together into one song. A medley, which is what you're thinking of, is a collection of songs that have been blended together into one symphonic piece. A compilation doesn't necessarily have to have the "blend" factor.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Sep 23 - 16:12

With only four songs, this is what you might call "straight to the point" as far as Majora's Mask goes, which is pretty good. I think the songs are pretty flushed out and the transitions between them are perfectly fine. I would say that MIKEJCSAUR is right in that this does not compare to Theophany, but then again, this was here first and, let's face it, few things do. This is an excellent track in its own right.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Sep 23 - 01:15

After all those glitches we had with this song, now I freak out every time I hear it come on... :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Sep 19 - 16:45

This is the soundtrack for a fan-made Zelda film. Nintendo shut it down, and I haven't been able to find it on YouTube or anything, but if you go to their webpage you can still download the soundtrack.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Sep 16 - 15:20

I would have to add ALttP to that list; those were some of the most memorable tunes in the series. But yeah, Skyward Sword and Spirit Tracks had some AWESOME music. :)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 Sep 08 - 23:30

For trying to keep the language clean. :P I've noticed that, up until a few months ago, it was an unspoken rule that language was prohibited. I liked it better when we followed that unspoken rule... now it seems like all the newcomers are using the "f-word" in every other comment they make. -___-

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 Sep 08 - 21:12

Any song longer than 10 minutes gets the "absurdly long" tag. Any song less than 10 minutes, even if it's 9:59, does not. With a tag like that, you have to set a standard minimum length somewhere, or else the borderline blurs and it becomes exponentially more difficult to decide whether a song is really "absurdly long" or not.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 Sep 08 - 17:30

This was the overture they played at E3, when they first announced the coming of the 25th Anniversary Symphony and the subsequent Symphony of the Goddesses. You might be thinking of this one: http://radiohyrule.com/song/legend-of-zelda-25th-anniversary-symphony-25th-anniversary-medley

If you're not, and you really do mean this one, then... well, I don't remember hearing it when I went to go see SotG, so you must be lucky! :P In any event, this song takes its name from its original appearance, regardless of any existing later ones.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Sep 05 - 17:25

This was the piece arranged by Jake McKoy, a.k.a. Jam2995, wasn't it? Awesome job there.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Aug 28 - 19:57

I believe you are thinking I meant Scottish music. I did not. I meant Irish. And yes, there ARE differences between Celtic, Scottish, and Irish music. I can't define them all in exact terms, but I can tell you, for one thing, that bagpipes are definitely Scottish/Celtic, but not Irish.

Example: I would say that "Hoy, Small Fry!" from OCR's 25Year Legend (http://radiohyrule.com/song/hyperduck-soundworks-hoy-small-fry) is definitely Scottish/Celtic. However, I would consider "Windwaker Unplugged" by Freddegedde (http://radiohyrule.com/song/freddegredde-wind-waker-unplugged) to be leaning more towards the Irish side.

That's not to say that I don't like Scottish or Celtic; in fact I like them very much. I just wanted to clear up these discrepancies.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Aug 26 - 22:47

I'm pretty sure Twilightnight exaggerated when he said that MOST people hate it; only some people do, or rather, did. There is sort of cycle with Zelda games: people hate the latest one but love on the one before that. When TP first came out it wasn't liked that much (though this may be because nothing could ever live up to that legendary E3 trailer that made grown men cry :P) but now they've died down quite a bit, and the ones that haven't are busy hating on Skyward Sword (personally I think they're all trolls; Neither TP nor SS nor ANY Zelda game deserve such hate.) Don't worry, no one on HERE hates Twilight Princess. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Aug 22 - 19:08

I'm pretty sure it's Italian, actually. Also, the lyrics are not exclusive to this song... there is currently at least one other song in the music library which has the exact same vocals.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Aug 22 - 15:22

I can't request or access half the songs in this album!!! This includes the Ganondorf mini-medley and the Song of Storms...

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Aug 19 - 15:24

One of my favorite parts of Twilight Symphony is all the boss themes... they were all done so stupendously well... this and the others are just plain awesome.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Aug 19 - 14:00

This track is amazing. It took a song that was originally irritating and repetitive, and turned it into such an awesome and unexpected track. Great work, as usual ZREO.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sat, 2013 Aug 03 - 01:17

This is one of my favorite tracks on Twilight Symphony. They took a song that was previously insignificant and almost meaningless, and turned it into this: a song that induces both utter amazement and pure nostalgia. I never thought I'd feel nostalgia for this song!

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 Jul 21 - 23:24

I never really thought of it that way... but yeah, I think you may be right.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Jul 18 - 16:07

I used to love this song because it felt happy. Now I'm feeling miserable, and when I listen to some of the lyrics, I realize this guy feels the exact same way I do. Now I can't stop listening to it, and it's making me feel worse... :(

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Jul 15 - 14:54

This is a very interesting album. Most of the songs are 10-second soundbites, but all of them sound very jazzy and cool. Very interesting...

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Jul 15 - 14:27

The same thing happens when you try to request Artificial Fear's Song of Storms. :/

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sat, 2013 Jul 13 - 13:19

The "best" Zelda game is as variant as the people you ask. :P Some person may say it's Link's awakening, but then the person right next to him could say it's Twilight Princess, or Windwaker, and many maintain that Ocarina of Time was the best. Some say, however, the Majora's Mask was even better than Ocarina of Time, and in fact possibly the most perfect game Nintendo has ever released. Personally, I think Skyward Sword is my favorite; as they say in Hyrule Historia, it is just "brimming with all things Zelda". :)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sat, 2013 Jul 13 - 13:08

How has this song been lost in the mists of time? I really liked it... :/

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2013 Jul 09 - 16:27

I know them apart too; I was just saying that this is definitely PH, while the tag and the picture say WW. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Jun 27 - 01:53

Now that I think about it, what 1% of songs in their library WOULDN'T have an "epic" tag? :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Jun 20 - 15:18

I FOUND A PLACE WHERE YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS SONG!!!!!!!!!! https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=a176382cf98b139a&id=A176382CF98B139A!321

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Jun 20 - 15:02

I agree with the sentiment. :) Midna is my all-time favorite Navi-type sidekick too. :) :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 Jun 16 - 17:28

I noticed that some songs have started playing regularly, without being randomly selected, and without a link to the actual song. At first it only happened with Molgera, however I just heard it happen with this one. Is this a glitch, or a new feature? :)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Jun 03 - 00:59

You know, one thing that constantly surprises me about Radio Hyrule is the shortage of really high-quality remixes of two particular songs: the WW Intro and the WW Miniboss. There are only two remixes of the Miniboss in the entire library, and, though there are several remixes of the Legend of the Hero, I can only think of a handful that are pleasant to the ears AND posses the emotional power of the original. Many, like this one, have decent sound quality and emotion, but just don't quite live up to the original. Sometimes, like now, it's just heartbreaking to see (err- hear) how close the really good ones came to meeting that standard, only to fall slightly short of the finish line...

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 May 27 - 22:50

But he is funny. :P Zant is the perfect blend of evil, ambition, absurdity, and hilarity, but you don't really get the sense of this until so late in the game that you no longer have time to appreciate him. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2013 May 14 - 13:46

This is supposed to be LINK's final battle. Not Ganondorf's or whoever. Link enters a cave to get out of the rain, but encounters a cheetaman, and a battle ensues. In his final moments, as the cheetaman aims an attack straight at his heart, Link's life flashes before his eyes. Then the attack strikes home. Game Over.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 May 13 - 23:50

First of all, wine would be an alcohol reference, not a 'drug' reference. :P And secondly, what he actually says is "pour a little water, turn it into wine..." which is an obvious Biblical reference. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 May 12 - 22:07

Open-minded tastes, I mean. :P And you not liking it because it doesn't suit your tastes does not mean the song itself is terrible. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 May 12 - 16:27

Scroll through the comments, you're not. :P People who are more open-minded like it though. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2013 May 10 - 14:16

I couldn't agree more! :) This album was ZREO's crowning glory, and I couldn't think of a better way for them to end their story than with this as the grand finale. :D THIS. IS. AWESOME.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 May 09 - 03:53

There really is nothing to hate about Twilight Princess at all. The only thing people really complain about is that it's basically a repackaged Ocarina of Time. What I say to that is, who wouldn't want more Ocarina of Time? The music of Twilight Princess, though at times lazy (You do hear different versions of the same theme, again, and again, and again) was extremely powerful, delivering the might of Koji Kondo on full force. It was, by all accounts, one of the most memorable Zelda soundtracks. And hey, who could hate any music presented in a way as awesome and amazing as this?

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 May 09 - 00:06

Oh, I'm sure it will be, don't worry. You'd be right to say that it's just new and unheard by many. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2013 May 07 - 03:21

I wasn't available to watch the music video premiere (WOE IS ME!!!) but I have seen what parts o it are already on Youtube and downloaded the full album so I can hear the entire thing up front. The entire album is absolutely AMAZING, GORGEOUS, STUPENDOUS, AND I-CAN'T-EVEN-DESCRIBE-IT-BECAUSE-ADJECTIVES-FAIL-ME!!!! But this song, this is the crowning glory of the album, not only setting the mood for the album as a whole, but mapping out the entire story as it progresses, foreshadowing everything that is to come. When I first heard this I nearly cried. I have watched the video over and over and over again at least 6 times in the past hour. I simply cannot get enough of it. Well done, ZREO, you have successfully brought my childhood back to life in a way so vivid I didn't think it was even possible. You are guys are epic to the last!!

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 May 01 - 13:27

This song gets requested so much, I'm always surprised when it comes on by itself... :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Apr 24 - 00:38

I agree with that sentiment on this album in general, but I think this is actually one of its better songs... :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2013 Apr 16 - 00:18

AMAZING album! Seriously! Some of the best remixing I've heard since I first discovered Radio Hyrule! Every single song here is just... wow...

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2013 Apr 16 - 00:15

...

...I can't even describe this. This is just so... so perfect... so wonderful... so sad... so amazing... so eerie... so beautiful...

...So MAJORA'S MASK.

That's it. This song embodies Majora's Mask, in every single way. And that's saying quite a lot...

Now I'm gonna go over in the corner and cry...

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Apr 15 - 23:37

Creepy...

And soothing...

And yet still unnerving...

Well, it's Majora's Mask alright! :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2013 Apr 15 - 22:39

The 25th Anniversary Symphony's Gerudo Valley... ON GUITAR?!?! BY DIN'S FIRE, YEAH!!!!

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2013 Apr 12 - 02:36

It's an okay arrangement, but it does... take a while to get to the point, so to speak. For as long as it is (5:39), there isn't really much "Skyward Sword" in it at all, certainly not enough to justify the title's implication. And the buildup is two or three times longer than it needs to be; in fact, calling it a buildup isn't quite appropriate, seeing as it's about 70% of the song. And to top it off, the endless Zelda's Lullaby background rhythm is not really reminiscent of Skyward Sword as much as of other games, or as much as other songs could have been (Even considering that Ballad of the Goddess is Zelda's Lullaby played backwards, here it's played forwards, so that doesn't help any). All-in-all, I don't feel like this comes close to capturing the essence of Skyward Sword's soundtrack, in fact I don't think it really capture's the essence of anything at all.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Apr 10 - 02:17

Request them together, listen to them, compare them side-by-side, and tell me what I said is untrue! :P Seriously, I'd like to see you try! :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Apr 10 - 01:51

Same thing happens when you try to request Artificial Fear's Song of Storms... TT_TT

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Apr 10 - 01:48

Yes, this song definitely needs tags. :P Unfortunately, there isn't a tag for "epic" because 99% of the songs on Radio Hyrule would have it. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2013 Apr 04 - 16:20

This is an interesting medley. I never would've thought the ALttP Sanctuary and OoT Temple of Time would sound so nice together. Nice job!

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 Feb 10 - 16:32

This song is so beautiful... I think ALttP Reorchestrated is one of ZREO's best albums!

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Feb 06 - 22:41

Eh, sort of, but not really. I see where you're coming from, but this just doesn't compare to Powell. It's good, but not THAT good. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Jan 23 - 22:01

I could ask you the same question :P What do you mean "Am I from the future?"?? :S

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Jan 23 - 03:59

Okay, so I remember the staff once said that they had the stream generator programmed to play specific songs on a loop when there's an error, but is this one of them? It just came on for the 7th time in a row, so I'm assuming something's wrong...

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Jan 16 - 21:50

It's because the official album for Twilight Princess was never released, so some people know the song only from playing the game, not by name. I think the only actual evidence of it's name being "Midna's Lament" is the fact that it was listed under that in Brawl.

And btw, this is actually a medley of Midna's Lament and Midna's theme :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2013 Jan 15 - 02:41

if you're asking whose romance this is, this is the romance theme from Skyward Sword, so it would have to be Zelda. If you are just saying that you love this song, then all I can say is: me too.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2013 Jan 02 - 10:41

Well, I would say this is a ripoff of the OC ReMix "Zelda's Graceful Nightmare" except that they sound nothing alike. Go figure :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2012 Dec 18 - 17:03

2 things: 1, I posted that when the album was first released, and I heard the song for the first time. 2, even if they did, if I wanted Mario, I would have gone to that Mushroom Kingdom Radio, or whatever it is they've been advertising. :P It just seemed really out of place at the time. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2012 Dec 11 - 19:17

I wish I knew! I only know it's on YouTube, but at the time the artist said he wouldn't be posting mp3 downloads (though that might have changed since I last checked, which was before it was added to the library). So I don't know.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2012 Dec 07 - 13:25

Also, I think "Most persistent villain" should go to Ridley :P Even if he isn't from Zelda, he still deserves to be noted for his extreme longevity and his refusal to DIE!!! XD

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2012 Dec 07 - 13:22

I say Ghirahim should have won creepiest behaivior. :P And what's not to love about Zant? He's the perfect blend of audacity, absurdity, and hilarity!! XD You just have to be able to laugh at him :P
There's another one you forgot to mention: best boss music. I think Bellum/Linebeck should get that award.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2012 Dec 06 - 00:47

Well, he does have a better personality than Ganondorf. But whether that makes him a better villain... meh. :P I like Ganondorf XD

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Dec 05 - 13:06

Not as much as "Rime of the Wanderin' Seafarer" was overused a month ago :/

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Nov 28 - 03:47

This song is SPECTACULAR!!! AMAZING!! STUPENDOUS!! THE WORDS I FORGOT!!! XD It's such a great remix :)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Nov 21 - 03:13

True, but there was someone who posted on CSGuitar89 that "they are an amazing group" which does NOT fall under that circumstance. I figured the same thing was happening here. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2012 Nov 19 - 14:20

Sounds like there are Godzilla sound effects in this one... I LOVE IT!!! XD

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2012 Nov 19 - 00:18

It's not "they", it's "he". :P Almost all songs like these were done by individuals, not entire groups. Yet for some reason everyone automatically says "they" without checking to see if it's a person or a group. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2012 Nov 18 - 18:04

This is my favorite song from Brawl. Actually, it's one of the few Zelda songs in Brawl that I 100% appreciate. :P Although in this case I must say I 110% appreciate it! XD

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Nov 14 - 22:55

This is my favorite Fox Amoore! :O :P The music is so beautiful... so amazing... so epic... I would LOVE to fight Ganondorf to a song like this!

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Nov 14 - 22:51

And btw, I like both this AND A Legend- To Zelda; I think they're both decent songs and get far too much hate :P Although, I'll admit I sometimes feel the same way about Rime of the Wanderin' Seafarer as Neko feels about this song, so I guess I can relate. :/ :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Nov 14 - 22:48

The lyrics to this song are perfectly relevant to MM! Ironically, you say this guy should take lessons from DeStorm, when most people would say the opposite :P (myself not included :P) And for Din's sake, what's wrong with requesting Unsealed all the time?! :P

P.S.: This is getting vulgar :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2012 Nov 13 - 22:49

Swag? Seriously? Alright then, I'll have a #4 with fries, please. :P

In all honesty I like this song.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2012 Nov 09 - 21:55

How is it that I feel like I have never heard this epic song before? I know I can't have missed a song that epic!!

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2012 Nov 09 - 00:46

I just checked her out. Her lyrics are good, but she can't sing. No offense to her, she just doesn't have a great singing voice :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Nov 07 - 23:59

Good song, but what's up with the artist not appearing here or having an artist's page?

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2012 Nov 06 - 22:34

'Cuz I know that I'm gonna be a HEEEROOO SOOOMEDAAAY!!!! With my shield, my sword, and my... my boomeraaang!! And they'll say, "HEY!, Hey! Hero of Time, you're the greatest, the bravest, Hyrulian prime- the savior of our kingdom, redeemer of Hyrule... LINK IS THE LEGEND!! THE LEGEND OF CoooOOOoooOOOL!!!!!"

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2012 Nov 06 - 02:23

Technically, the first Zelda game I ever played was WW, but the first one I ever actually owned was PH. I went backwards from there :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2012 Nov 05 - 14:31

Up till this point this was the only song of the top 5 most favorited that had not been commented on... because everyone knew it was epic beyond words :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Oct 31 - 00:39

If you call this song "intense" you'd better steer clear of Artifical Fear :P What I define as "Irish" music is the unique selection of instruments, fast-paced tempo, and overall... I can't put my finger on the word, but if you've ever listened to Irish folk groups, you know what I'm talking about.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2012 Oct 29 - 20:09

I agree with both of you; While it's not my usual style, I find it's growing on me, though very, very slowly. The problem for me is that it left out the best part of WW music, i.e: the hot, Irish beat, and turned it into this mellow thing. I doubt I'll ever appreciate THAT shift.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Oct 24 - 20:46

Well, you can't really blame them... that Mario movie was reeeeeaaaaally bad... :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Oct 24 - 01:04

Oh, you meant IGN... I thought you meant Nintendo :P I know Nintendo didn't have anything to do with the trailer, I just misunderstood. I just know that if IGN said that, Nintendo said the opposite, and Nintendo's in charge, so... *sigh* :(

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2012 Oct 23 - 21:50

Actually, after their failure, and might I say it was an EPIC failure, at a Super Mario Bros. movie/tv show several years back, Nintendo declared they wouldn't try adapting their games into movies again anytime soon. So they basically said the opposite of that. :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sat, 2012 Oct 20 - 18:22

How did this- *ow* -make it past the cringe test? It literally makes me cringe! :P (No offense to anyone btw)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Oct 17 - 23:51

Yes, if you go to the 25YearLegend website it tells you about the artists and their notable past projects. This is the same C418 that wrote the music for Minecraft ;)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Wed, 2012 Oct 17 - 03:38

So then where'd you get Ballad of the Windfish and Dungeons? Surely Nintendo didn't just give them to you, did they? :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2012 Oct 16 - 22:50

Okay, I'm confused. When you said "those tracks" were you referring to the tracks already uploaded (Dungeons and Ballad of the Windfish) or the OoT and ALttP movements? lol :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Mon, 2012 Oct 15 - 21:14

Actually, there are to versions of "The Great Sea" by Shadow in the library. The other one is under the name of "Sailing Theme" and is admittedly lower quality than this one, though they are both definitely PH, not WW :P

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2012 Oct 14 - 22:00

Yeah, same here. Since these tracks were uploaded, does that mean we might be getting the OoT and ALttP symphonic movements too? Is there any reason why not?

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2012 Sep 27 - 01:53

I love your music. You manage to fully remaster all these songs, and yet still capture the feel of the originals in so many ways :)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sat, 2012 Sep 22 - 23:50

I think this is a good song. I honestly do. It helps to watch the video on YouTube (which somehow I can't find anymore) but I think it's still a good song.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Thu, 2012 Sep 20 - 13:14

I'm pretty sure I heard the Dark World, Ballad of the Windfish, Hyrule Field, and Midna's Lament. At least XD

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2012 Sep 07 - 15:40

"absurdly long"... and "absolutely everything"... yes, I think that just about sums it up XD

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2012 Jul 31 - 01:26

Wait a sec... You said the Station ID is SCARCELY been requested... which sorta implies that sometimes it actually is! How did that happen?

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Tue, 2012 May 15 - 21:28

Interestingly, I think this actually sounds more like the sailing theme from Phantom Hourglass than WW... Still a great song though!

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2012 May 11 - 02:19

This is an AWESOME song that is far underrated. :( You simply MUST make a soundscape of it! ;D

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2011 Nov 27 - 18:03

I think OC Remix went a bit too far with this one. I never really liked jazz and this song really bugs me. I honestly don't think it belongs on this site.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sat, 2011 Nov 26 - 18:07

I wouldn't want EVERY song on Radio Hyrule to be like this, but as a one-time sort of thing, this song is great.