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But nothing breaks those doldrums better than seeing a beautifully-packaged Astral Glamour box set staring at you from under your front door (!)


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The two discs are fairly different in the music itself. The first disc is, without a doubt, epic - with sweeping, broad tracks of symphonic might! The second disc is more dark, morose, and gripping. It has haunting melodies, giving the sense of danger and subtle conflict. An overriding theme is present throughout disc 2. As full of feeling as the music is, the drama in the game itself will no doubt be fantastic.

Cialis said @ 11/17/2004 12:10 AM EST

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