Episode #29: Stéphane Picq

The style of French composer Stéphane Picq is one of the most unique within the world of video game music. Drawing from a wide range of influences, his soundtracks mix elements like ethnic rhythms, electronic and acoustic instruments, dysphonic vocals, industrial, techno, or trance, often even in the same track. The result is a strangely hypnotic sound that is hard to classify to any particular genre.

Download Episode #29: Stéphane Picq (80 MB, mp3) here
…or watch it on Youtube

Track announcements provided by Ed Wilson of PixelTunes Radio
Intro music by Paul van der Valk

Playlist:

01 “Ritual Vitality” – Riverworld (1998, Windows) by Stéphane Picq
02 “Terminal City” – MegaRace (1994, Mega-CD) by Stéphane Picq
03 “Spice Opera” – Dune (1992, MS-DOS) by Stéphane Picq
04 “Moon Dance” – Commander Blood (1994, MS-DOS) by Stéphane Picq, Philippe Egret
05 “Kursk” – KGB (1992, MS-DOS) by Stéphane Picq
06 “Transe Ersatz Express” – Riverworld (1998, Windows) by Stéphane Picq
07 “Magical Maeva” – MegaRace (1994, Mega-CD) by Stéphane Picq
08 “Uluru” – Lost Eden (1995, CD-i) by Stéphane Picq
09 “Title Screen” – Full Metal Planete (1990, Amiga) by Stéphane Picq
10 “Free Men” – Dune (1992, MS-DOS) by Stéphane Picq
11 “New San” – MegaRace (1993, MS-DOS) by Stéphane Picq
12 “The Magnificents” – Lost Eden (1995, CD-i) by Stéphane Picq

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