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    Default The music packs on yourpsp.com

    Hey, has anyone downloaded the music packs yet? I probably won't get to try them out until tomorrow so i was wondering what genre it is and does it fit in with wipeouts style? Thanks

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    The Voice Of Cod and Oblivion packs are pretty much what you'd expect for a Wipeout game, but the A7 pack consists of soft rock which really doesn't seem to fit.

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    hmm sounds kool, ive got the space so i think i'll give it a try when i get the chance. Although soft rock, who thought of putting that into a wipeout game?

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    Some of the music packs from Pure Urban are rather nice with their more techno and electronic vibes. :3

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    for a first post that one rocks
    welcome aboard and thanks for the most excellent link I hadn't seen that before at all

    edit: crappy, I can't get their packs as yourpsp.com uk has decided that my info is invalid.
    stupid damned site... what difference does it make where my psp is from if I have the relevant version of the game?
    it won't let me in because I don't have a euro psp against my name, and trying to use my serial with a uk model number no longer works

    edit2: hack the planet!! found a workaround, it's about 20 steps of nuisance process, but at least I can get them (note: no actual hacking involved)

    edit3: thanks a LOT for the link there's a lot there I don't like but some of the other stuff that's in there (esp the french package) is awesome and WELL worth the fiddling around to get it

    edit4: I wish there was an email address on the site, there's a mistake... Just Jack (german pack) seems to have been replaced with a second copy of Are You A Coconut (spanish pack)
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    Alrighty just got the packs and the The Voice Of Cod and Oblivion tunes are great! They really fit it and has made the game a little fresher for me. They are a bit faster than some of the regular songs in the game with a trance/house feel to it. The A7 pack is alright but really doesnt fit in for me, i think one of the tracks included is pretty good though but the pureurban tracks are terrible IMO, they dont fit in and i caaaant stand garage.

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    I'm not fond of all the Pure Urban tracks but I think they are refreshing. What I really like is the concept behind Pure Urban. WipEout music usually being original tracks, seeing some new music styles added to the gallery is welcome. Besides, I can't imagine there wouldn't be any rappers in 2197. =^.^;=
    Now after urban music I'd like to see some J-pop and classical music. >

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    both of those are good categories for racing music.

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    j-pop definitely, but classic and wipEout? I just can't imagine that to fit together...

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    you must not have heard Mozart's symphony number 40.

    and if we want to go earlier to Baroque music, there's tons of stuff by Telemann and others that would work. at least if you have my warped mentality and aesthetics.

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