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Digital Mystery Tour Episode 6: Home Sweet Home

Sit by the fire and listen to Sound in Action.

Welcome! Please come in and make yourselves comfortable. It's all about that down home feeling this week, and Julian has a wonderful selection of songs that should make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.


00:00 Mass Effect- The Normandy

03:19 Chrono Trigger- Yearnings of the Wind

07:45 Final Fantasy V- My Home Sweet Home

12:23 Fable 2- Bowerstone Market

17:28 Suikoden II- Homesickness

21:40 Recettear- Open Shop/ Closed Shop

25:06 Final Fantasy XI- Ronfaure




06/30/2013 at 12:56 PM

I have FFV Dear Friends, great album and thats one of my favorite versions of My Home Sweet Home. Never beat it (yet!) either but not because I couldn't get into the soundtrack or story, but because it requires some serious grinding to to get the most out of the job class system, and its a little on the tough side. Great choices by the way, makes me aware that I'm still missing a lot of good stuff from my game soundtrack collection.

Matt Snee Staff Writer

06/30/2013 at 10:39 PM

I love the Mass Effect music, especially the little ditty that plays when you look at the galaxy map.  FFV has very underrated music, but it's an underrated game all around. 


07/01/2013 at 12:00 PM

FFXI really has an underrated soundtrack, at least for the initial release (I haven't heard the soundtrack for the expansions). I had not heard that version of Ronfaure before and I really liked it. That track always made me think of sitting around a camp fire at night.


07/01/2013 at 06:05 PM

Man i do love the music of Mass Effect especially in the club .... damn cant think of the name of that club but its cool none the less.


07/10/2013 at 09:01 AM

Yep, you brought me right back into Chrono Trigger.  I have played up through the medieval age a good number of times, and absolutely love that song.  

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