Angel Savior Music

 This is music from the official Angel Savior Soundtrack.

 

 

Pay Me! (Clean Version)
By Starving The Tsunami

Devastation (What is given is taken away)
Composed by Ray Riley

Path of the Harbinger
Composed by Ray Riley

Under The Wings Of Angels
Composed By Ray Riley

More tracks to come!!

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  3. My hat’s off you, Mr. Ray Riley. Nice job You have the makings of a fine composer. U should check out Project 86’s album Picket Fence Cartel. It’s a hardcore rock/ nu metal/screamo style but, the lyrics are very concise and poetic. Which is why I think their song “Destroyer” deserves an honorable mention for the Angel Savior series. “Devestation (What is given is taken away)”, and Under The Wings of Angels are two of my favorites here. Pay Me! is some funky track. Really like what the band, Starving The Tsunami did with their guitars. Really cool and funky. The lyrics were o.k. But, that woman has nice-grunge sounding voice. Path of the Harbinger starts out kinda slow, but I like I the chorus of ahh’s givnng me that dark sense of foreboding. Oooh scary LOL Kind of like when Animus and Mosad meet. Ur soundtrack has that unique chemistry between classical piano selections and jazz inspired horn sections. Let’s not forget about the guitars and synth pieces as well. much like the Skullgirls videogame soundtrack. Safe to say ur in good company.

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