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Tomas "floex" Dvorak
Posted 07 February 2010 - 09:13 PM
Don't let the fact that it is the soundtrack for a computer game mislead you. The Album was remixed and remastered and reorganized in a way that creates a very fluid and album-like experience. I am not usually a fan of electronic music it is often times too robotic or technical for me to enjoy. Tomas Dvorak avoids almost all electronic music cliches, his music comes off as very organic and fluid with rich living textures and incredibly well composed pieces.
I have uploaded The Machinarium soundtrack along with a song from the bonus EP, and his other album under his alias Floex, called Pocustone.
Hope you enjoy
also the game machinarium is great. check it out its worth every penny. If you don't have a penny and would like more information about the game, just shoot me a PM
Posted 08 February 2010 - 02:31 PM
This is easily my favorite song on the soundtrack. Im working on a version right now for rock instrumentation. Drums, Rhodes, Two Guitars and a Bass.
Posted 08 March 2010 - 06:37 PM
but don't be disappointed because so is tomas.
also i didnt show in my picture but the back cover is really cool and it came with a bunch of really cool art prints in it that are really nice.
i got a signed copy
and not suprisingly the translucent yellow is way prettier IRL
Posted 04 April 2011 - 09:11 AM
but yes, the vinyl does contain by the wall and is missing radio prague or whatever that last track was.
but by the wall closes the first side of the record, so it divides the album differently than the digital copy.
also if you can try to track down the other songs on the game that werent released, some are pretty cool.
Posted 04 April 2011 - 03:51 PM
im suprised it showed up in perfect condition.
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