|a||Mench||1h||Doing a bit of everything.|
|-||Loreley||2m||This is going to be a rocky road...|
|-||batko||8m||pussy like jamba juice|
|And 11 more hiding and/or disguised|
Maybe one day the soundtrack will change as you play the game, but for now, you're in manual mode. Open up one of the following in a browser tab per your mood and the situation at hand.
Over an hour of dark retrofuture vibes. This is a powerful mixtape that will have your foot stomping along to the beat and forgetting to RP because you're too busy air guitaring. Inspired by Blade Runner 2049 and very firmly in the synthwave genre.
Fantastic looping background noise to suck you into the cyberpunk world of Blade Runner. You could probably go to sleep to it. Goes for 12 hours, but it's not that long of a loop.
While we don't get down with any of Shadowrun's fantasy elements, its still Cyberpunk in style. The soundtrack to the Sega Genesis game from 1994 is rather great and moody. Midi Retro FTW!
90+ minutes of moody, hypnotic instrumental music including some of the most haunting musical cues in recent film history. By the legendary Hans Zimmer.
Remastered for your headphones in a dark room, the soundtrack to the original Blade Runner, by Vangelis. Be sure to duck the passing spinner!
Fast moving mixtape feels like you're in pursuit one moment and being chased the next. Features synthwave tracks from Timestalker, Perturbator, Nightcrawler and more.
A 30 minute EP from Robert Parker delivers a great synthwave story for your ears. Very uptempo, suitable for a heist or black op in the Green Sector.
Buckle up your seat belts and prepare for a POWER packed ride. An essential for the hardcore Retro-Electro lovers. Over 50 minutes.
Robert Parker is back with 40 minutes of guilty pleasure for those Green Sector corpies line dancing in the VIP section.
Almost an hour and a half of retro synthwave inspired by Stranger Things. Go Barb dark, baka.
A great collection of spacy upbeat classics to inspire your more positive RP.
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