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Greetings everyone and welcome to my Soundtrack Review forum! Please follow these guidelines before posting.

- As the name implies, this is about
reviewing soundtracks.
If you want to do a top X of the best X (or just the best X), please use the music forum, https://www.vizzed.com/boards/forum.php?id=108 or the video game forum, https://www.vizzed.com/boards/forum.php?id=5, if you want to talk about video games. Such threads will be closed or moved appropriately.

- It can be related to anything: video games, TV series, movies, musicals... as long as it is a recognizable soundtrack.

- In order to make your review clear, please be as explicit as possible with your title. Especially for video games, this will clear any confusion since a game may have been released for several consoles of be confused with other games. This will also help know which movie you talk about, for popular titles adapted again and again. For example: Video game review: Final Fantasy III (NES); or Movie review: Sleeping Beauty (1959, Walt Disney). You can use either the retro or video game room to have release dates.

- When talking about the various tracks of the soundtrack (!), please try to use the actual name of the track you are talking about. For video game soundtracks, https://www.youtube.com/user/RetroOST is a good source for titles.

- As with regular game reviews, try to go into details in order to expose why you liked this particular track (or not). For video games, try comparing it to other similar tracks from previous games when pertinent - like comparing the battle themes in Final Fantasy or the temple music in Dragon Warrior. For movies, you can compare it to other soundtracks from the producing studio or, for musical, to other shows released the same year.

Have fun! Since this is a new experience to me, I will need your help to improve my first reviews.
Greetings everyone and welcome to my Soundtrack Review forum! Please follow these guidelines before posting.

- As the name implies, this is about
reviewing soundtracks.
If you want to do a top X of the best X (or just the best X), please use the music forum, https://www.vizzed.com/boards/forum.php?id=108 or the video game forum, https://www.vizzed.com/boards/forum.php?id=5, if you want to talk about video games. Such threads will be closed or moved appropriately.

- It can be related to anything: video games, TV series, movies, musicals... as long as it is a recognizable soundtrack.

- In order to make your review clear, please be as explicit as possible with your title. Especially for video games, this will clear any confusion since a game may have been released for several consoles of be confused with other games. This will also help know which movie you talk about, for popular titles adapted again and again. For example: Video game review: Final Fantasy III (NES); or Movie review: Sleeping Beauty (1959, Walt Disney). You can use either the retro or video game room to have release dates.

- When talking about the various tracks of the soundtrack (!), please try to use the actual name of the track you are talking about. For video game soundtracks, https://www.youtube.com/user/RetroOST is a good source for titles.

- As with regular game reviews, try to go into details in order to expose why you liked this particular track (or not). For video games, try comparing it to other similar tracks from previous games when pertinent - like comparing the battle themes in Final Fantasy or the temple music in Dragon Warrior. For movies, you can compare it to other soundtracks from the producing studio or, for musical, to other shows released the same year.

Have fun! Since this is a new experience to me, I will need your help to improve my first reviews.
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