download file here : http://fastfilespot.com/Kathi01/Chevalier Eric Chevalier is a video game composer who worked on Tonic Trouble and Rayman 2 The Great Escape, published by Ubi-Soft. Here are some extracts of his best works although I humbly think that everything is his best work. You can listen to the full tracks here on YouTube, and you can also download your favourite Rayman tracks at RayTunes. 01. Introduction (Rayman 2) - The beginning of the game. The music really sets the scene for start of the game. 02. Tomb of Ancients (Rayman 2) - No doubt one of Eric's best. The eerie sounding effects, the creepy piano; it all fits in to the level of The Tomb of Ancients. Utter suspense. 03. Fighting the Biditank (Rayman Revolution) - Another really dramatic battle. This music is heard once you activate the gun to destroy the Biditank. 04. Doc's Cave (Tonic Trouble) - I really like this one. With Tonic Trouble's music, each level has a different part, therefore there is a lot of music for one level. 05. Pirates (Rayman 2) - There is quite a few pieces of music for Pirates in Rayman 2 and Revolution. But this is quite an upbeat one and one of the best. 06. Teensie Circle (Rayman 2) - A beautiful track. You can hear this once you visit the Teensie circle of the Minisaurus Plain, Globox's House and the Rainbow Creek. 07. Spider Chase (Rayman 2) - The beginning of this emulates pure horror! It really sums up the ferociousness of these mutant spiders. 08. Riding the Shell (Rayman 2) - When your riding one of those Shells built by the pirates. You are most likely to hear this in the Menhir Hills. 09. Freeing the Slaves (Rayman 2) - Before you fight Razorbeard, you set the prisoners free from their chains. Incredible track that brings out alot of emotion. 10. Staff Roll (Credits) [Rayman 2] - At the end of Rayman 2 you can hear this music; it is based on the Precipice's music but has extracts from other music of the game too. A mighty finish to a spectacular game.