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Temple of Time (Zelda 64). The lyrics are "Sempre aeternam tempus aedes"



Rated 5 / 5 stars

nicely done! nicely done!

sounds great

Bezo responds:

Thanks. I'm especially proud of it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I could listen to this all my live and never get bored... I loved that song when I was playing Ocarina Of Time but your's is by far the better...

Bezo responds:

Yeah, it was a little repetitive in OOT. It's repetitive here too, but less so. ;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was beautiful

It gave me goosebumps lol. What a lovely piece of work.

Maybe the fake background vocals could have been a bit better.. they sounded a little bit electronica obviously, but anyway, this was beautiful and it really captured the feeling of what a real temple of time would be like.
They should use this on the next Zelda game! lol

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Bezo responds:

Thanks. I'd have loved for the background vocals to be real, but I don't have Voices Of The Apocalypse yet.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

the best

it was a perfect match of the temple of time

Bezo responds:

Thanks a lot, dude. I think this is easily one of my best arrangements. I should do a lot more pieces like this.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I really enjoyed this one. I honestly wish you'd do more songs that required vocal work, but you just keep doing what you're doing.

Bezo responds:

Thanks a lot. This is, I feel, the best work I've done in terms of blending fake vocals with real vocals. But I'm always striving to improve.