- Lagrange Point (1991) [Video Game]
|1.||SIDE A: Opening Theme|
|2.||Searching for Stolte|
|4.||Awaken Into Warriors|
|7.||Music Box of Sadness|
|8.||City of Birthday|
|9.||Searching for the Promised Land|
|11.||Warriors of Sorrow|
|12.||Departure and Arrival|
|13.||SIDE B: Aqueduct|
|19.||Last Fortress, Bio Palace|
|21.||Fight to the Death, Bio Caesar|
|22.||The Resurrection of Sabbath|
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From the Manufacturer
Konami's Lagrange Point is often seen as the high technical watermark in Famicom/NES chiptune music. This Japan-only release contained a special memory mapper chip (the VRC7) that enabled the cartridge to produce FM synthesis, giving it a quality that no other Famicom/NES game can compete with.
Lagrange Point is a wholly unique specimen for the Famicom and Ship to Shore is proud to present the first ever official Western release of the score. Composed by the legendary Konami Kukeiha Club, with some input from Japanese recording artist Akio Dobashi, the score makes full use of the aforementioned VRC7 to create an incredibly atmospheric experience. You've certainly never heard your Famicom, or your turntable, emit sounds like this!
Featuring artwork by Drew Wise and liner notes by USgamer.net's Jeremy Parish, this is a release not to be missed by serious game music fans!
Three Variants Available: Clear w/Purple Streaks, Purple Marble, and Clear w/Blue Streaks.
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