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    Mark Morgan (4) - Vault Archives album cover

    Mark Morgan (4)Vault Archives

    Label:Aural Network – AURAL01
    Format:
    24 x File, MP3, Mixed, Remastered, 320 kbps
    Country:Russia
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Stage & Screen
    Style:Soundtrack, Dark Ambient, Abstract, Downtempo, Ambient, Video Game Music

    Tracklist

    1Radiation Storm3:54
    2Industrial Junk3:06
    3Khans Of The New California3:22
    4Metallic Monks3:28
    5Follower's Credo2:42
    6Vats Of Goo3:10
    7A Trader's Life4:00
    8Moribund World3:06
    9The Vault Of The Future4:04
    10Second Chance3:46
    11City Of The Dead3:08
    12Underground Trouble3:44
    13City Of Lost Angels3:35
    14Flame Of The Ancient World2:57
    15Many Contrasts3:24
    16Gold Slouch3:24
    17My Chrysalis Highwayman1:08
    18Beyond The Canyon3:20
    19Biggest Little City In The World3:13
    20Dream Town3:12
    21California Revisited1:19
    22All-Clear Signal3:26
    23Acolytes Of The New God3:17
    24Desert Wind3:18
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    Notes

    Mark Morgan's "Vault Archives" is remastered and mixed full-bandwidth soundtrack from old-classic "Fallout" games (24 tracks).

    Comes with embedded 600x600 JPEG cover art.

    — In file tags:
    Comment: Released by Aural Network. Mastered and Mixed by Vladislav Isaev. http://auralnetwork.com, [email protected]

    Reviews

    _Jonathan_'s profile picture
    _Jonathan_
    Edited 3 years ago
    Stay away from this release, the tracks have a bad cut in the sound spectrum... it's really audible in the high.
    Dark-Lucifer's profile picture
    Dark-Lucifer
    "Remastered". A term really overused nowadays. Let me tell you something. The original Soundtrack CDs sound better. The mixing on this "remaster" release is totally a waste plus it is not even done properly. You hear a small artifact when every tracks fades out and the new fades in. The loudness is all over the place. Some sounding too loud, others too silent. Also when viewing the audio frequencies in some tool, some weird things will be seen. Hard to explain but it looks bad compared to the original files. None of those problems does the original CD releases have. Just ignore this release. I don't even think its official.

    It doesn't seem to be sold anymore anyway. Good.
    BoBsPfhorever's profile picture
    BoBsPfhorever
    Lovely ambient songs from the equally lovely Fallout games. :D