i just watched my boyfriend play through Kings Quest VI, and one of the songs from the OST will just not get out of my head.
i can’t stop listening to it.
it’s a short, simple, somber song, and the fact that it was hard to track down and seems to be all but forgotten to time got me thinking about how creative works can fall out of being relevant so quickly. i hope there’s always going to be people who like to dig around for the obscure stuff.
anyway, i just had to bring at least a little attention back to this haunting tune.
It is a pretty good song thanks for sharing.
Anyway remembering 2019’s Birthday Stream and how much fun it was watching you open presents at regular intervels that’s how I learned about Working Woman Barbie found a Let’s Play and when showing that Let’s PLay to one of my life coaches she reaveled she actually had that game when she was a kid
That is a really pretty song. It has a spooky, melancholy vibe to it. I like it! I can’t stand the the word ‘relevant’. It gets tossed around too much these days. You like what you like! I always love finding things that not too many people know about. Its like my own little secret. Plus discovering something that you never knew would inspire you in some way is always a joy 🙂
So ghostly! Love this kinda music in games *_*
perfect to play in the bathroom at my next halloween party
Great idea having a website. I’m really digging exploring all your posts. It feels like I’m back in 05-06.
i used to watch my older bro play kings quest (6 i believe as well?) thank u for posting! makes me wanna go watch a voiceless playthrough of it sometime! speaking of obscure, there was a planetary typing game from long ago. like between 97 and 99 when i was starting school. theres a song i loved, one lyric went “saturn and her rings~” and there was a guitar….i search for that game/song every 6 months for 3 hours. anyway i love your love for the obscure so i’m glad you shared!
Late but this track reminds me a lot of early Resident Evil tracks!! I really dig how eerie and melancholic it is and am a huge fan of the small string plucks. Thank you for sharing! Something else to put in one of my playlists
I like it, very simple but catchy and haunting. I love the little twinkly “ding dingding!” bits…hopefully that makes sense.