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Rhythm Encounter 54 – Relaxing Rhythm Part 1

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Chill out with Rhythm Encounter! This is not the first time we’ve presented a chillout or relaxing topic—though the last time was seven years ago (!) in Episode 6: Summer Chill—but if there’s one thing we could all use right about now is some damn fine coffee… er, relaxation, but coffee may also make an appearance. Who can say? Since Rhythm Encounter’s return earlier this season, one of the team’s most wanted topics was relaxing music. In fact, it was such a popular topic, we are doing two back-to-back episodes! Today, Mike is joined by two star members of our review team, and chats relaxing music with Alana and Jono.

Featuring: Mike Salbato, Alana Hagues, Jonathan Logan; Edited by Mike Salbato


0:04:11 – Chill – Town Theme [Makai Tōshi Sa・Ga (1989)] (Composed by Nobuo Uematsu; Arranged by Namiko Mori) – SQUARE ENIX Chill Out Arrangement Tracks – AROUND 80’s MIX
0:08:34 – Scene VII – FFII Rebel Army’s Theme (Nobuo Uematsu) – Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy
0:32:14 – Temple of the Lake (Deniz Akbulut) – CrossCode OST
0:34:40 – Riverstone Reprieve (Town Theme) (Andrew Aversa) – Tangledeep OST
0:54:03 – Sunrise in Limbo (Kevin Penkin & Jeremy Lin) – Necrobarista
0:55:42 – Godot – The Fragrance of Dark Coffee (Noriyuki Iwadare) – Gyakuten Saiban Meets Jazz
1:29:31 – Jono’s Bonus Track!

Links for this episode:

Album Links

SQUARE ENIX Chill Out Arrangement Tracks – AROUND 80’s MIX

CrossCode Original Soundtrack

Necrobarista Original Soundtrack

Tangledeep Original Soundtrack

Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy

Gyakuten Saiban Jazz Album ~Gyakuten Meets Jazz Soul~

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Mike Salbato

Mike Salbato

Mike has been with RPGFan nearly since its inception, and in that time has worn a surprising number of hats for someone who doesn't own a hatstand. Today he attempts to balance his Creative Director role with his Editor-in-Chief status. Despite the amount of coffee in his veins, he bleeds emerald green.

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