Easily the better half of the Minecraft soundtrack. The Creative Mode and title tracks feature long ambient odysseys that help players get into the flow of building amazing things. The remaining music discs show a wide range of C418's capabilities.
Favorite track: Taswell.
C418 is a genius. Minecraft is the best video game soundtrack of all time. It features such tiny details, which really make it a pleasure for the ear. This is truly a masterpiece. It sounds even better than in the game! Not even Toby Fox could top this (I know I said in my Undertale soundtrack review that not even C418 could top it, but by that I meant that they are on the same level)
Favorite track: Moog City 2.
The second official soundtrack of Minecraft. 140 minutes in length and extremely varied.
Featuring the all-new creative mode, menu tunes, the horrors of the nether, the end's odd and misleading soothing ambiance and all the missing record discs from the game!
It's my longest album ever, and I hope you'll love the amount of work I crammed into it.
supported by 716 fans who also own “Minecraft - Volume Beta”
It isn't easy to make the soundtrack to the beginning of something, this OST certainly doesn't struggle with it though and creates iconic themes, with clear connections to the game and each other; all without neglecting its ties to Undertale. nameless_acetone
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Celeste found me during a pretty dark time in my life and I think it helped me a lot with working through the problems I was facing at the time. And a big part of the game is its incredible soundtrack. I still get big feels years after playing the game and that's usually a good sign that your soundtrack is amazing. Which this one is. RedCocoa