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Thread: The Ultimate WipEout Soundtrack

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    Sweet like chocolate! Me PS3s about to get a lot more musical

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    *gets ready to upload old goa/psytrance cds to the ps3*

    can't wait to race to the tunes of man with no name...teleport

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    Ok I now have the W'O" 64 music tracks, many thanks to lunar (Is the guy really called PC Music? Seems a bit odd... On Wikipedia it says CoLD SToRAGE did those musics...) and I've found a few that were missing from the other games (God's Gift from CoLD SToRAGE (WipEout 2097/XL) and Papua New Guinea from Future Sound of London (WipEout Fusion)). I won't put in the four short tracks by CoLD SToRAGE because they're not really long enough to be worth it (Those tracks are phloem xenon xylem and argon and are less than 40 secs (WipEout 2097/XL)). All that is left to do is some ID3 editing and it should be complete.

    EDIT: I believe my collection is complete, so if anyone wants it send me a PM (It's 642MB though) [Offer removed, do not send PM about it anymore]
    And if you see anything missing, please tell me so I can find it and add it


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    Note: I have left those labeled as made by PC Music as is, so until you tell me it is actually CoLD SToRAGE who did them it will be left that way.
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    I'm not sure if I'm completely down with the idea of swapping unpaid for music en masse like this (I'm too old and probably too square - still have a vinyl collection all paid for and very much still in use).

    However, you have inspired me to rip the music from my Wipeout and Wipeout 2097 discs for use with Wipeout HD.

    Question: is there anything I will need to do to get the music off the original discs, for instance re-encoding the music?

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    Nah all the PS1 Wipeout Disks work like a CD.

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    Hang on - I just realised that if you own all the Wipeout games then swapping the soundtrack in MP3 format probably has no legal issues.

    I own all the games except Pulse but I think I'll look into ripping the first two games myself as an exercise to keep me occupied while I wait for HD to be released.



    Quote Originally Posted by Rapier Racer View Post
    Nah all the PS1 Wipeout Disks work like a CD.
    Cheers! I know what I'll be doing when I get home from work now.
    Last edited by Lance; 28th May 2008 at 06:23 PM. Reason: Two successive posts by same user merged. Please read the guidelines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piper999 View Post
    I'm not sure if I'm completely down with the idea of swapping unpaid for music en masse like this
    The only "not so legal" things I might have done to get it together is go to Galbadia Hotel to get the sounds from Wipeout 3, Wipeout Fusion and Wipeout XL/2097. Then again, a lot of Xl/2097 is free because made by CoLD SToRAGE, so that's very little songs left from those games.
    Also it might be a very shallow excuse but since this music is old compared to what the artists do right now, they most definitely don't count on these sales to help them make a living... 'Course you can always buy the CD if you want to though, but I can't get them CDs since most if not all WipEout music artists are from the United Kingdom (And I live in Canada as my handy portable profile says). Future Sound of London comes to my mind as the one worth getting but impossible to find at a HMV here... :/

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    It's not the artists counting on sales of old music to help them make a living that get into hysterics, at least I think not, seems more like its the label that owns the copyright.

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    Technically we've paid for this music before in one way or another. I own all the wipeout games, so it's not illegal to have backups.

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    No, but giving it out to people who you don't know for sure actually have the game probably is.

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