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Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition Soundtrack

9 мая 2001



Александр Брэндон


Eidos Interactive

Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition Soundtrack — саундтрек к компьютерной игре Deus Ex, вышедший отдельным диском в составе специального издания Game of the Year Edition в 2001 году. В альбом вошли композиции, звучавшие в игре.

Игра была отмечена за красивую и разнообразную музыку meat mallot, характеризующуюся необычайной атмосферностью и многожанровостью, при том что написана она целиком и полностью с использованием трекера football socks sale. Основные жанры — техно и эмбиент, но также нельзя не отметить присутствие или, по крайней мере, влияние таких жанров, как дарквэйв, неоклассика, а также джаз, рок и метал. Критики отметили, что музыка подчёркивает атмосферу и стиль игры.

Все треки были написаны Александром Брэндоном, Дэном Гардопи и Михилем ван ден Босом. Часть композиций (музыка в ночных клубах Нью-Йорка, Парижа и Гонконга) были записаны при участии гитариста Ривза Габрелса.

Авторы композиций:

В саундтрек не вошли несколько композиций Александра Брэндона, которые тем не менее звучали в игре:

Gerry Alanguilan

Doroteo Gerardo N. “Gerry” Alanguilan, Jr. (born January 20, 1968), better known in the Philippines by his stage name Komikero, is a Filipino comic book artist and writer from San Pablo, Laguna, best known for his graphic novels Wasted and Elmer.

Gerry Alanguilan was born in the city of San Pablo, Laguna in the Philippines. Filipino legend states that Alanguilan’s family was originally named San Gabriel, but the name changed when a witch placed a curse on the family that would make them destitute for seven generations. Alanguilan would later use this legend as the basis for his story San Dig 1944 in the Siglo: Freedom anthology. As a child, Alanguilan owned a chicken named Solano, who would later become the inspiration for Alanguilan’s graphic novel Elmer.

As a young man, Alanguilan studied to become an architect, but decided to turn his hobby of comic book illustration into a career in order to be with his then-girlfriend. At first, much of Alanguilan’s work in comic was on conventional American superhero titles. His first self-written comic was Wasted. Alanguilan at first intended the comic to be for himself and his friends to read football socks sale, and was embarrassed by the large amounts of violence and profanity in the title. Eventually Alanguilan allowed Wasted to be published in the Philippines, and from there its popularity spread to the United States and put Alanguilan on the independent comics map.

After Wasted, Alanguilan created several other titles which were published in several Filipino publications, such as Johnny Balbona, Humanis Rex retro soccer!, ELMER, Timawa and Where Bold Stars go to Die. He also contributed to anthologies like Siglo: Freedom, Siglo: Passion and Filipino Komiks, all published in the Philippines. His self-created titles have also attracted a fanbase all over the world, including comic creators Neil Gaiman and Warren Ellis.

In the United States, he is known as an inker for such titles like Wetworks, X-Men, Superman: Birthright, Wolverine, High Roads, Fantastic Four, and Silent Dragon. He has also worked alongside fellow Filipino comic book creators Leinil Francis Yu and Whilce Portacio.

Alanguilan cites Barry Windsor-Smith, Alfredo Alcala, Frank Miller, Katsuhiro Otomo and Alan Moore as creative influences, in particular Moore’s reinterpretation of Marvelman. Many of Alanguilan’s titles take place in his native Philippines, or feature Filipino characters, such as Johnny Balbona, Humanis Rex!, and Timawa. Many of Alanguilan’s graphic novels incorporate elements of social commentary, especially Elmer, which satirizes racism.

In 2007, Alanguilan created an autobiographical slice-of-life webcomic called Crest Hut Butt Shop safest stainless steel water bottle, based on an earlier minicomic of the same name. However, the webcomic has not been updated since September 12, 2007. Alanguilan played the antagonist, a human trafficker, in Tin-Tin 15, a short film created to increase awareness of child trafficking in the Philippines. The protagonist of Whilce Portacio and Brian Haberlin’s comic series Stone, Gerry Alan, is named for Alanguilan.

After a long sabbatical from mainstream comics, Alanguilan, partnered again with Leinil Yu in 2012 to help Mark Millar bring Supercrooks to success.

His comedic short film Hey Baby, which consists mainly of him making lecherous facial expressions at his webcam, has given him a sizable following on YouTube, and was featured on the January 25th, 2011 episode of American television show Tosh.0. In October 2010, Gerry was voted “The Greatest Man On The Internet” by Ray William Johnson. Gerry’s creepy smiling face was also a popular meme in Indonesia, known as Ayo sini sama om (literally means “come here to uncle”), and is usually used for comedic effect combined with other memes

Hannelore Anke

Hannelore Anke (født 8. desember 1957 i Schlema) er en tysk tidligere svømmer. Under sommer-OL i 1976 i Montréal tok hun gullmedalje på 100 m brystsvømming og 4×100 m medley stafett. Hun har i tillegg tre gullmedaljer fra VM i 1975 i Cali, samt en sølvmedalje fra VM i 1973 i Beograd. Hun satte to verdensrekorder i løpet av sin karriere, på 100 m brystsvømming og medley stafett. I 1990 ble hun tatt opp i svømmingens Hall of Fame i Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Offisielle talspersoner for det østtyske laget har senere innrømmet at de ordnet med prestasjonsfremmende midler til Anke i løpet av hennes karriere.

1968: Đurđica Bjedov | 1972: Catherine Carr | 1976: Hannelore Anke | 1980: Ute Geweniger | 1984: Petra van Staveren | 1988: Tanja Dangalakova | 1992: Jelena Rudkovskaja | 1996: Penelope Heyns | 2000: Megan Quann | 2004: Luo Xuejuan | 2008: Leisel Jones | 2012: Rūta Meilutytė | 2016: Lilly King

1960: USA (Burke, Kempner, Schuler, von Saltza) | 1964: USA (Ferguson, Goyette, Stouder, Ellis) | 1968: USA (Hall, Ball, Daniel, Pedersen) | 1972: USA (Belote, Carr, Deardurff, Neilson) | 1976: DDR (Richter, Anke, Ender, Pollack) | 1980: DDR (Reinisch, Geweniger, Pollack, Metschuck) | 1984: USA (Andrews, Caulkins, Meagher, Hogshead) | 1988: DDR (Otto, Hörner, Weigang, Meißner) | 1992: USA (Loveless, Nall, Ahmann-Leighton, Thompson) | 1996: USA Botsford, Beard, Martino, Van Dyken) | 2000: USA (Bedford small reusable water bottles, Quann, Thompson, Torres) | 2004: AUS (Rooney, Jones, Thomas football socks sale, Henry) | 2008: AUS (Seebohm, Jones, Schipper, Trickett) | 2012: USA (Franklin, Soni, Vollmer, Schmitt) | 2016: USA (Baker, King, Vollmer, Manuel, Smoliga*, Meili*, Worrell*, Weitzeil*)

1973: Renate Vogel  · 1975: Hannelore Anke  · 1978: Julia Bogdanova  · 1982: Ute Geweniger  · 1986: Sylvia Gerasch  · 1991: Linley Frame  · 1994: Samantha Riley  · 1998: Kristy Kowal  · 2001: Luo Xuejuan  · 2003: Luo Xuejuan  · 2005: Leisel Jones  · 2007: Leisel Jones  · 2009: Rebecca Soni  · 2011: Rebecca Soni  · 2013: Rūta Meilutytė  · 2015: Julija Jefimova

1973: Renate Vogel  · 1975: Hannelore Anke  · 1978: Lina Kačiušytė  · 1982: Svetlana Varganova  · 1986: Silke Hörner  · 1991: Jelena Volkova  · 1994: Samantha Riley  · 1998: Ágnes Kovács  · 2001: Ágnes Kovács  · 2003: Amanda Beard  · 2005: Leisel Jones  · 2007: Leisel Jones  · 2009: Nađa Higl  · 2011: Rebecca Soni  · 2013: Julija Jefimova  · 2015: Kanako Watanabe