Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run Releases This November

Fans of the Metroid franchise probably already know about the fan-created album Harmony of a Hunter, which acknowledged the series’ 25th anniversary in a more significant way than Nintendo did! That two-disc album (containing 36 tracks) was free and produced by director Darren Kerwin and assistant director Torbjørn ‘Falcool’ Brandrud. So what about the follow-up album?

Good news! The follow-up is coming on November 17th of this year, with 39 tracks from 30 artists—and once again, it’ll be free. It’s simply called Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run. The release date makes it a nice appetizer to the Nintendo Land game Metroid Blast that releases on November 18th.

Here’s what the official press release—and the trailer—have to say about the upcoming album:

“We are thrilled to be nearing the release of Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run, a huge collaboration of talented musicians brought together to provide remixes and arrangements of some of the most popular themes from the Metroid franchise. Over a year of work has gone into Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run, a follow-up to Harmony of a Hunter that we released last year, which includes 36 tracks of music by 24 different musicians and groups. This time it’s even larger, with 39 tracks covered by more than 30 musicians and groups. The album contains over three hours of music covering genres such as Metal, Ambient, Trance, Orchestral, Techno, Dubstep and Opera! It’s quite amazing that such a huge project with so many people involved has come together as well as this and could not have happened without the hard work and dedication of our team. I’m proud to have worked closely with all of them, especially with my good friend and assistant Torbjørn ‘Falcool’ Brandrud.

We really hope that you’ll enjoy Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run when it launches on 17th November 2012.”

And here’s where you can get the original album—and the new one—on release day: shinesparkers.net


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