Nobuo Uematsu
Final Fantasy VII [Original Soundtrack]
Jurassic Park: The Lost World [Playstation OST]
Gustavo Santaolalla

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Video Game Music refers to the tinny, electronic music that is played in the background during video games. At first, video game music was cheaply-produced, naggingly catchy computer music, but as the systems became more sophisticated, so did the music. By the mid-'90s, video game music was being composed by such musicians as Trent Reznor and Fluke, two artists who had come to grips with electronic music, dance, and rock. And, in a weird way, it demonstrated that the early days of video game music suggested the repetitive, hypnotic electronic rhythms that became the foundation of modern dance and techno.

Video Game Music Artists Highlights

Nobuo Uematsu
Nobuo Uematsu
Gustavo Santaolalla
Gustavo Santaolalla
C418
C418
Joel McNeely
Joel McNeely
Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Royal Scottish National ...
Michael Salvatori
Michael Salvatori

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Video Game Music Album Highlights

Final Fantasy VII [Original Soundtrack]
Nobuo Uematsu
Final Fantasy VII ...
Jurassic Park: The Lost World [Playstation OST]
Michael Giacchino
Jurassic Park: The Lost ...
Final Fantasy XI
Nobuo Uematsu
Final Fantasy XI
The Last of Us [Original Video Game Soundtrack]
Gustavo Santaolalla
The Last of Us [Original ...
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire [Original Game Soundtrack]
Joel McNeely / Royal ...
Star Wars: Shadows of the ...
Sable
Japanese Breakfast
Sable

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Video Game Music Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
[Untranslated]
Quake Theme Nine Inch Nails
Despair (Memoro de la S^Tono)
The Last of Us~The Quarantine Zone (20 years later) Gustavo Santaolalla
Heartbeat BTS
Main Theme of Final Fantasy IV
Legend of Zelda Suite
Glider Japanese Breakfast
Kokubo Sosho Stealth Amon Tobin
Never Say Never Romeo Void

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