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Rhythm Encounter 15 – Music of the Year 2013 – Final Movement

Closing off our coverage of the grand year that was 2013, we turn our ears to the music YOU most wanted to hear. Join the Rhythm Encounter crew (plus two) as we listen to absolutely anything you told us to, even if it wasn’t from 2013! Blue Dragon, Sen no Kiseki, Baten Kaitos, Might and Magic—the mix here is crazy, so be sure to listen in!

Featuring: Stephen Meyerink, Derek Heemsbergen, Mike Salbato, Brian Tomlinson

Tracklist

1 – Atrocious Raid – Sen no Kiseki
2 – Ice Ridge of Noltia – Ys I & II Chronicles
3 – Omega System – Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse (Unreleased)
4 – Hope and Future on the Same Page – Soul Sacrifice
5 – Eternity – Blue Dragon
6 – Main Theme – Might and Magic X: Legacy
7 – Le ali del principio – Baten Kaitos: Origins
8 – Jubilife City – Pokemon X & Y
9 – Labyrinth III – Brilliant Cavern ~ Labyrinth IV – Deep Ocean Ritual Temple – Etrian Odyssey III Super Arrange
10 – A Sign of Hope – Lost Odyssey
11 – Three Minutes Clapping – The World Ends With You
12 – Lorule Death Mountain – The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
13 – Souls of Fire – Dark Souls
14 – Drippy’s Theme – Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
15 – Desert – Penny Arcade’s On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness: Episode 4
16 – Tokyo – Shin Megami Tensei IV
17 – ID~Purpose – Fire Emblem: Awakening
18 – Beneath the Surface – Valdis Story: Abyssal City
19 – Home Town – Megaman Battle Network 2
20 – Heartening “Dance of the Cornered Rat” – Sigma Harmonics
21 – ??? – Host’s Choice

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Stephen Meyerink

Stephen Meyerink

Stephen used to hang out here, but at some point he was either slain by Rob or disappeared after six hundred straight hours of chanting "I'm really feeling it!" while playing Smash Ultimate. (But seriously, Stephen ran RPGFan Music for a portion of his six years here, and launched our music podcast, Rhythm Encounter.)

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