Tee Lopes ‎– Sonic Mania

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Housed in a gatefold jacket. Includes digital download code.

Music from the 2017 video game
Special thanks to Tom Fry (Lead Artist)

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 159281E1/B BY THE MANIA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 159281E2/A FOR THE MANIA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DATA-S Tee Lopes Sonic Mania(LP, Album, Bla) Data Discs DATA-S 2017 Sell This Version
DATA-S Tee Lopes Sonic Mania(LP, Album, Tra) Data Discs DATA-S UK 2017 Sell This Version

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suge13

suge13

October 25, 2017

Well done to Tee Lopes for this catchy, fun and wonderful soundtrack which matches what a good Sonic game should be about. There's not one dull or filler track on here, so much so not having the remixed Sonic 1 tracks included did not create further bother which honestly previously did when the final tracklist was released. This album successfully catches and mixes the 90's Sonic vibe with a modern take.

Data-Disc did a stellar job with the pressing, very silent between tracks.
curiositykilledshawn

curiositykilledshawn

October 10, 2017

I was really excited for this album. Sonic the Hedgehog always has the best music and never fails to make your day feel summery and bright. Sadly...this soundtrack fails to come up with anything memorable. Exactly why the gig was given to Tee Lopes (who I have never heard of) instead of Jun Senoue is beyond me. From the very beginning Sonic has had very distinct themes and melodies for each of his stages/zones and has given us some wonderful themes across many video games.

Marble Zone, Bridge Zone, Lava Reef Zone, Windy and Ripply, Azure Blue World, A New Venture, Welcome to Station Square...I could go on and on. Nothing from this album will make it to that list. Is it bad? No, just generic and boring. These forgettable tunes could be pasted into ANY video game, they just don't sound Sonic-y enough. Nothing stands out.

I have many Sonic albums in my collection and I can already tell that this one will be getting the absolute least amount of playtime.