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Rain World - Alphas, Gems and Junk

by James Primate

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jonusPLS ( ..I.. Epic )
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jonusPLS ( ..I.. Epic ) Really nice to see that some of these tracks were re-introduced in a later patch.

Since some of the additions are quite distinct in style, hearing them for the first time when i was replaying RW after a long time was quite surprising. I liked it alot ^^ Favorite track: RW_50 - Mist Engine.
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Nanogene I love that some faster, upbeat songs made their way into Arena Mode!

I chose "Slaughter" as my favorite but "Polybius" is just legendary. (First listen: omg... o m g . . .) Favorite track: RW_34 - Slaughter.
tcsnowkit
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tcsnowkit Thanks for releasing this, Sub Sub Sub has been my favorite track ever since I read the devlog! Favorite track: RW_31 - Sub Sub Sub.
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RW_2 05:08
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RW_3 03:20
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RW_4 04:22
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RW_6 03:04
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RW_7 02:18
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RW_10 03:14
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RW_11 03:36
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RW_12 03:49
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RW_13 02:59
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RW_21 - Beat 02:24
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RW_22 - Beat 02:39
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RW_23 - Beat 02:54
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A pile of odds and ends from the Rain World OST that never made it into the other OST releases, for whatever reason.

Most of the early tracks were written for the Rain World alpha, which was conceived in a more uptempo, noisy percussion chiptune style that we wound up moving away from as time went on and we got more emo and dreary with it. Some real gems in that batch though, especially RW_4, which featured heavily in trailers and previews early on, but never fit into the game proper.

Also the latter part of the named tracks feature a couple of choice pieces written by Lydia, my absolute favorite of which is Swaying Fronds. That section is pretty solid, just didn't fit the pacing of the original OST release, or the more atmospheric themed "Ambients and Instrumentals" release. Im happy to have them see the light of day here.

Be warned though: in between those points there is a no-slugcats-land of loud, noisy, junk that was probably cut for good reason! Traverse at your own aural risk!

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released March 29, 2019

Music by James and Lydia

Art by Del Northern

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