Stratos | CyberNet Official Roleplaying Soundtrack

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CyberNet Official Roleplaying Soundtrack

by Stratos

A superb blend of ambience, electronica, techno, and guitar rock. The perfect soundtrack to your cyberpunk / modern / sci-fi futuristic roleplaying game adventure. Heavily inspired by The Matrix movies and comics / cartoons.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Plug In `N Punk Out [This is CyberNet]
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2. Darkrider Returneth
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3. Beijing City @ 10pm
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4. Cloud Dancer Addiction
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5. Livewire Voodoo
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6. Android Beat Poetry
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7. Dogs of War
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8. Conquering the Shadowlands
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9. Kilometric Ecstasy
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10. Nexus-6 No More
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11. Dreaming of Cyberspace
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12. Raven's Rebirth
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13. Techno-Criminal Subcultures
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14. The Beng-Arii Syndicate
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15. Unauthorized Upload
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16. Screaming_Fist.711
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17. Sonik Disturbances
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18. Reloading the `Net
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19. Vegas Caches Out
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20. Mercurial Transcendence
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21. Waters of Venus
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22. Titus' Proclamation
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23. Summer in the Sprawl
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24. Hour 24
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From PopCultureFest.com - March 2005

Stratos, aka Bryan K. Borgman, has been recording electronic music for independent films, television projects, and roleplaying games since 2000 including the CyberNet Official Roleplaying Soundtrack for Mongoose Publishing, Ltd. in 2004. Stratos owns and operates Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design and serves as an independent record producer for various local artists and bands including Jennifer Greenawalt, All Things Considered, and Micah.

Some professional projects Stratos has written music for include: The Screen - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Deterioration Furthers - Songs From and Inspired by The Charnel Gospel, HIFI/SCIFI2 - The Official Mechabot Soundtrack, and upcoming roleplaying soundtracks for Kiln Publications (2087, CHOMP!), Devil's Workshop, and Mongoose Publishing (Gangs of Mega-City One). In addition to writing and recording music for the gaming industry, Stratos is a freelance roleplaying game developer and playtester for various companies including Ronin Arts, Kiln Publications, and Mongoose Publishing. Stratos' first comic book short story is featured in Johnnie Zombie's Rock N Roll Guantlet #7 distributed by Midgard Comics.


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F.Hakstege

Cyberpunk music
This music really completements my "Rezolution" cyberpunk miniature game. No wonder the people at the Rezolution forum gave the thumbs up to this CD. Excellent background music to every game.

LastBestHope

Brilliant Album for Gaming
I bought this because I liked Stratos' other work and had recently puicked up the OGL Cybernet RPG. It makes excellent background and setting music for that game, and any other similar game. My favourite track has to be DarkRider Returneth, but Unauthorized Upload is a close second. And the game stats in the CD cover notes are useful too. Buy this, you'll love it.

Viktor Carlson

Great futuristc cyberpunkesque music!
This CD quickly became one of my favorites, and are now a must-have when I play EVE-Online (Online game by CCP Games)! I highly recommend this to anyone looking for some futuristic music for their games, be there PC, console, P&P, TTG or CCG!

Darkmoon

Excellent music to code by.
I was tipped off about this "role-playing soundtrack" by SciFi Channel's email newsletter. My thanks to them, because this is a really cool CD to write computer code by - I had it looping for half a work day and didn't get tired of it. I am also impressed with the variety of music styles represented by the various tracks of this CD; it's not just variations on a theme. Well done, Stratos!

Voltaire

THE GREATEST TECHNO ALBUM EVER WRITTEN!!!!!!!!
I own all of Stratos's albums. This one is my favorite. You should listen to it and find out why. No matter how many times I listen to it I always hear something new and interesting.

Limey Dragon

It got my attention.
Cybernet—The Official Roleplaying Soundtrack

It got my attention. Most of you remember the Billy Idol Cyberpunk-ish album, and NO, this album is nothing like that. The very first track grabs you and pulls you into the universe of Cybernet. You can just imagine with your minds eye, all the player characters gathered around a table talking and plotting the next job. The whole cd plays like you are watching a Cybernet movie. I could go on and on about how the mood inducing tracks on this Album make you feel. But, instead I must close with one final thought, the last track on the cd is my favorite. It's simple called Hour-24, As this plays, I see the valiant heroes and fallen conrades all atop a helipad over looking parts of the city, wondering if the job there running was worth; the money, the lose of friends. As they turn to get into there waiting transport, a hand come into view with a detonator, a button is pressed, then the sky in the background is light with explosions, End credits.

To make things more interesting there are 2 characters on the inside cover. Stratos and Darkrider.



Well enough of my rambling for now. Till next time.. The LimeyDragon