Posts Tagged ‘Frank-Klepacki’

“Well What’s Happenin’, C&C Community?”

By Alec Meer on June 23rd, 2008.

we were ruder about the video in our super-secret RPS chat channel

I hesitate slightly to post about this, as the last time I talked about C&C: Red Alert’s music and offhandedly mentioned that it had never especially moved me personally, I received a furious email from an Angry Internet Man about how I had zero music taste and should show some respect for what its composer Frank Klepacki had done for gaming.

Going on the below video, I suspect street-talkin’ Klepacki himself would refer to it as respec’, however. Here he is, “throwing a shout out” to his fans, who will be very happy to hear that he’s officially on Red Alert 3 soundtrack duties. Me? Well… oh, look over there – that dog has a puffy tail!
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Christmas at War

By Kieron Gillen on December 22nd, 2007.

Petroglyph are in that seasonal spirit, and released a three (COUNT’EM!) disc soundtrack of Frank Klepacki’s music for the game, in a single 8 Imperial Peggles download.

It's the end of the world as we know it, and we feel like listening to RTS soundtrack music.

Frank, who you may know from Dune 2 and Command and Conquer says: “I hope you enjoy listening to this soundtrack as much as I enjoyed creating it for Universe At War: Earth Assault. Nothing is more gratifying to me then to see it completely integrated into the rest of team’s hard work on this title, in the name of creating a fun experience for everyone. This game is definitely the most unique rts I have worked on to date and I’m proud to be a part of it on all audio fronts. Thanks to all of the community – Keep rockin’!”

We can only concur and hope that you, indeed, keep rockin’.

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