Spyro The Dragon

From PoliceWiki
(Redirected from Spyro the Dragon)
Jump to: navigation, search


Spyro The Dragon
Spyro1.jpg
Soundtrack by Stewart Copeland
Game release: 1998-09-10
Platform: PlayStation
Recorded: RECORDING TIME PERIOD
Length: SCORE LENGTH
Producer(s): PRODUCER NAME(S)
Studio(s): RECORDING STUDIO(S)

Introduction

The score to the PlayStation video game Spyro The Dragon was composed and recorded by Stewart Copeland. The soundtrack was never officially released as an album.

According to Ruth Brain, who posted a petition online for the official release of the Spryo The Dragon sountracks,

"The music was something special, and different. It was groovy and melodic, often uplifting, and it had an unusual mix of jazzy piano tunes and surreal organ hits, yet still managing to keep a remarkable atmosphere to the levels. Frequently played throughout the music were loud electric guitar pangs (they were rather spontaneous spasms, yet they always kept in rhythm). On that note, with Stewart Copeland's exceptional rhythmic skills, the music also contained a vast amount of layers hosting a variety of different percussion instruments, most memorably the high-pitched glockenspiel-like tinkle, which could be labelled as Spyro's signature sound."

Stewart also composed the soundtracks to three Spryo sequels: Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!, Spyro: Year Of The Dragon, and Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly.

Personnel

This section needs more information.

Track listing

This section needs more information.

Quotations and trivia

  • There is an online petition for the official release of the Spyro The Dragon soundtracks.[1]

See also

External links and reviews

References