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Rayman Composer Revives OST in New Kickstarter Album

November 23, 2016 | | 1 Comment Share thison Facebook Rayman Composer Revives OST in New Kickstarter Albumon Twitter


Rémi Gazel, the composer for the original Rayman, has decided he isn’t quite done with giving his compositions some love, as originally reported by Shawn last year. In a new Kickstarter campaign, Gazel seeks to revitalize the soundtrack for the 1995 Playstation game with a 12-track updated album.

For the past year, Rémi has been working with friends on this project to record a full new album based on Jazz/Rock rearrangements of his original songs. A few months ago, he got the greenlight from Ubisoft to do so (Ubisoft supports « Rayman by Rémi » project but is not associated with the project nor will get any income from the Kickstarter campaign.)

So here we are, asking for your help to make it come true!

Originally, Gazel sought to create a “Rayman Live Music Tour” and even started in its creation with new orchestrations. However what he eventually settled on was to release an entire album using those same concepts he’d had for the live tour.

The campaign is currently looking for a base goal of around $53,000, which would not only produce digital and CD digipaks of the album but also a vinyl release in conjunction with Black Screen Records. Basic pledge tiers include $10 to nab the full digital album upon it’s release, $15 for the early-bird  CD digipak along with digital album copy and $31 for the vinyl. You can check out more about the Rayman By Rémi – The Collector Soundtrack Album on the official Kickstarter page.

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