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Computer » PC (Roland SC-55)Ultima Online - Stones

Author: flag Joe Basquez , flag Kirk Winterrowd

Production Label: LabelOrigin Systems
Uploaded By: flag t4s0thcmdr

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Song Length: 2:08
Release Year: 1997
Song Status: Active
Song Bitrate: 141 kbps
Song Source: Game
Song Platform: PlatformComputer » PC (Roland SC-55)

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Quality: High quality 5 OGG (nominal rate 160)

Ultima Online is something inbetween among Ultima fans. Either you love those Massive Multiplayer Online Roleplay Games or you dont. Me, I dont like playing Ultima Online, because I played Ultima mainly for its story and I was always looking towards the animated endgame sequence as a special reward. But I like the intro and the music of Ultima Online - the shattered legacy. Today the UO-series is in its seventh incarnation and I stopped collecting after Ultima Online - the second age.

In 1997 UO was released with a General Midi soundtrack, which can be named "Ultima - best of". Among many new tracks youll find various older Ultima music. Problem at the release date (and also some years later) was the soundcard standard. Modern soundcards simply load an soundfondbank (which is also delivered with UO) into the memory of their soundcard and hope to enjoy the music at its best quality. Sorry to disappoint you, but I tried the standard 512 kb and 4 MB soundfonds (delivered with UO) on my Soundblaster 1024 LIVE! and also on my Soundblaster Audigy, but it sounds terrible in comparison to my Terratec Wave System Professional 4 MByte Wavetable-ROM or even to the Roland Sound Canvas 55.

The music was played on a Roland Sound Canvas 55 in General Midi with a Creative Soundblaster Audigy as recording device. No emulation tool has been used (soundfonts)

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flag t4s0thcmdr
Anxious to return to Cydonia

Long ago ran the sun on a folk who had a dream
And the heart and the will and the power:
They moved earth; they carved stone; moulded hill and channeled stream
That we might stand on the wide plains of Wiltshire.

Now men asked who they were, how they built and wonder why
That they wrought standing stones of such size.
What was done 'neath our shade? What was pray'ed 'neath our skies
As we stood on the wyrd plains of Wiltshire.

Oh what secrets we could tell if you'd listen and be still.
Rid the stink and the noise from our skirts.
But you haven't got the clue and perhaps you never will.
Mute we stand on the cold plains of Wiltshire.

Still we loom in the mists as the ages roll away
And we say of our folk, "they are here!"
That they built us and they died and you'll not be knowing why
Save we stand on the bare plains of Wiltshire.