When I first found this I felt I couldn't feel the sadness involved, so I searched Parasite Eve, and listening to it again is a little bittersweet after reading about everything both Aya and Eve went through.
(On a side note, the 3rd Birthday's plot was confusing, even in a simplified form, but understandable enough to feel pity for Eve)
"Happy birthday, it's your fourth."
When I first heard this, I think I was sad. Depressed, perhaps. I feel this bottomless emptiness. Will anyone ever understand this emptiness? So vast and cold...spread out, and it...the echo... it just keeps reminding me.
It's a nice song.
Have not heard of the original... so this is a new song to me.
And I guess I am one of the six people in the entire world who doesn't think that the music in Epic Battle Fantasy 4 is beyond awesome. So I muted the game and played this song in the background instead. Cut scenes, town exploring, battle, everything. I felt it added a nice sentimental undertone to the game and made it that much more memorable, for me.
Some 25 hours later, I've beat the game, and I still haven't gotten sick of this. But now it feels a little empty to listen to this while not having a game to pair it with. Aw well.
Anyway, sorry about the rant. Again, this is a great. I felt that the 2nd piano coming in at ~0:37 was a little too overpowering. It became less of an issue after more instruments come in at 1:06, but I still felt that I little bit further into the track. But again, I just listened to it for 25 hours, so I must have gotten used to it.
Keep up the good work!
I wanna ask you if i can use this music for doing amv for the youtube ... I will give you credits off course ... Please can i use this song?
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.