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Imaginary Frontiers is my unofficial addition to Digital Frontiers, the musical solo album composed and released by Frank Klepacki in 2016, and also a little gift to him. Imaginary Frontiers has the best quality and grooves of my little studio, and it contains influence from Frank Klepacki's early works for Command & Conquer Red Alert up to his late solo works and game soundtracks. Inspired by Unreal Tournament and some chill-out and ambient songs as well. Imaginary Frontiers also partially includes original synthesis and instruments that Frank Klepacki used in his melodies. Suitable for mods and games of Command & Conquer series and not only for games, so you can use it in your projects if you want. Still making new tracks and adding them there, still exploring many ways to use Frank Klepacki's equipment and sounds. Donations are much appreciated. https://grayasdf.bandcamp.com/album/imaginary-frontiers Frank Klepacki: "I was able to hear everything. Nice. I appreciate the gesture, and I hope it continues to drive you to keep creating and improving. If you ever decide to take any music classes like theory and orchestration, a new world will open up to you."
Since I started playing C&C when I was about 8, the soundtrack was always one of my favorite parts, although originally a lot of the music freaked me out, especially with TS. I remember the only song I could listen to without scaring myself was Valves. But anyway, my most nostalgic song is a toss up between Act on Instinct and Bigfoot. You'd think Hell March, but honestly, when I think RA, I hear Bigfoot. I'm curious what the rest of you remember as the "song that described C&C", whether it was a classic like Act on Instinct or Just Do It Up, something a bit more middle-ground like Mad Rap or Industrofunk, the FPS-oriented songs of Renegade like Ammo Clip, or even the music of the newest games like Grinder 2. Throw your faves up, and remember "KANE LIVES IN DEATH!"