Action Doom 2: Urban Brawl Official Soundtrack Released

Ralphis has posted the official Action Doom 2: Urban Brawl Official Soundtrack for download on his new work-in-progress website. The new website will include much of the music that he has contributed to Doom projects over the years, as well as unrelated works. The Urban Brawl soundtrack has been posted in both single track format and a torrent package. If you can spare the bandwidth, please help seed the torrent, if only for a day or two. The soundtrack can be accessed from the music page.

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Really great stuff, Ralphis, I forgot how great many of the tracks were for this project. When I get home next week, I'll have to link to your page from the main UB website.

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Awesome. :)

I ripped the soundtrack out of the wad as soon as I finished my first play through AD2 it's that good.

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Awesome. When AD2 came out I ripped these tunes from the game files so that I could listen to them on their own. I've never done that with the music from any other Doom mod.

That reminds me: I put Action Doom 2 on my Christmas list and nobody got it for me. Looks like I'll have to buy it myself.

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I actually used that jukebox thing in the full version to listen to the soundtrack. This is some good stuff.

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Very good stuff. I miss when games had catchy tunes like this. It makes me want to take my status as a midi musician further into the world and make some fun tunes like this.

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I downloaded this by torrent so I could help seed. But for some reason my share ratio is stuck at 0.000! So not only did I steal "phis," but this whole album too. Shame on me.

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I left out the Casino music because it wasn't an original composition of mine, just the jazz standard "All of Me".

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Just finished listening to the whole set. This really is game composition at its finest. It's always musically interesting, yet it can also just loop forever and be a backdrop to the game's action without demanding too much attention. That and the reappearing themes turn this game into some sort of modern comic opera. Resident composers: take note.

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TimeOfDeath said:

Uh, why is this in the Doomworld News section?

I often wonder the same thing about you!

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This is very good news! I'll grab the torrent and see what I can do.

Thanks Ralphis!

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TimeOfDeath said:

Uh, why is this in the Doomworld News section?

At least it's much more news-worthy than "Someone else updated his website somewhere else with one new wad review!" ;)

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Ralphis said:

I left out the Casino music because it wasn't an original composition of mine, just the jazz standard "All of Me".


As a non-connoisseur of jazz, I was unaware of this fact.

Good music on the OST BTW.

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I ripped the soundtrack out of the wad as soon as I finished my first play through AD2 it's that good.


Ditto.

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Awesome, I threw this on my Sansa really quick before I went to work. :P

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Only one problem here - the .mp3 for Final (Phylex boss music) says its 5 minutes or so long, when it appears to really be only 3:40 or so. Other than that, I enjoyed the music and will keep that in my regular shuffling collection.

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If you downloaded the torrent on the day it was released, the torrent on the site was updated about two hours afterword so if you redownload the torrent you can get the few fixed tracks that had silence after them.

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Action Doom 1 was something...

but by all means, I think in my head pictures, I came back to
Urban Brawl often because of the music...it's like Co-CAH-een
without even noticing it...weird stuff man.
O.O

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Listening to these gives me the impression that many would do well in a puzzle/platformer game. Which maybe Action Doom 2 was, in some ways.

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