Please leave any feedback concerning THE SWORD AND THE FISH'S music here.

I employ all the standard RTP tracks, but believe they are apt for each scenario when employed. As the game goes on more intricate and admitingly taxed from other RPG songs begin to appear. The greatest part of the game's music is the original score written by Tyler. These tracks really give the game its flavour. They can be heard and downloaded in the MUSIC section on the sidebar. What did YOU think of the music? Comment here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The music was okay, not mindblowingly brilliant but not so terrible as to make my ears bleed. However, I had trouble understanding the lyrics to the Ballad of Clifford. Could you please put the lyrics in somewhere?

10:00 PM  
Blogger Joel Minty said...

Mightiest warrior in the land
Blood of Scumdrop, he's the man
Who is searching for the fish.

Gwar and his minions who lurk
Our savior happens to be a jerk (he's a jerk!)
How counts on no one but his friends.

Oh, Clifford, so brave.

His mother
Raised him a scrubby hick
He learned zen but he's still a dick
I guess that's the price of fame
I guess that's the price of fame
Oh, Clifford, you're so vain.

Sword, and Fish.
Sword, and Fish.
Sword, and Fish.
Sword, and Fish.
Sword, and Fish.
And Fish!

There you go, anonymous!

10:34 PM  
Blogger Joel Minty said...

That "How counts on no one..." should be "Who counts on no one"

10:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those lyrics are hilarious! Good work!

10:04 PM  
Anonymous Echo said...

I really enjoy the music - especially the clever use of slowing it down, as in Voltaine, the Haunted Forest, and at Zak's beach house, and speeding it up, as in Renzo Jishi. Generally when I do recognize a track I find it's used somewhat sarcastically, which adds something as well.

11:31 PM  

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