[1335k][KICS-1484] (2009.9.9)04 Celestial.mp3. [1335k][KICS-1485] (2009.9.9)08 Master.mp3. [1335k][KICS-1486] (2009.9.9)09 Edge of the World.mp3. [1335k][KICS-1487] (2009.9.9)10 Dragon.mp3. [1335k][KICS-1488] (2009.9.9)11 Heavens.mp3. [1335k][KICS-1489] (2009.9.9)12 The Journey.mp3. [1335k][KICS-1490] (2009.9.9)13 Defiance.mp3. [1335k][KICS-1491] (2009.9.9)14 The End.mp3. [1335k][KICS-1492] (2009.9.9)15 Reunion.mp3. [1335k]Free music Starbound music. The music used in the game was composed by Philippe Caubereau, but there is no royalty. If you want to copy the music used in the game and use it in other application, you can do it with a GPL license. Not a problem. The only problem is that you have to pay the composer to do so. If you want to listen the music, you can check the links here below:              
SAN JOSE, Calif. – If you’re a Sharks fan, it doesn’t get much better than this.
Not in the standings, at least.
The Sharks earned a hard-fought 4-3 overtime victory against the Colorado Avalanche in the final game at HP Pavilion. The win pushed them over the.500 mark for the first time in four years, and it got the fans out of their seats and into the seats outside the arena.
The Sharks, who were led by veterans Devin Setoguchi and Patrick Marleau, carried out the game plan they were promised from their coaches. Their defense tightened up, they played a balanced game and they out-shot the Avalanche 53-39.
On offense, the Sharks had more opportunities and more chances than the Avs did.
“They made it hard on us,” said Setoguchi, whose first-period goal gave the Sharks their only lead. “They made it tough on us, and the good thing is we kept going and got two goals on the power play. It was a great, great effort from us.”
The game was tight until that point, and the Sharks out-shot the Avs 10-8 in the first period. Setoguchi played a huge part in the effort.
“I think we started real good,” Setoguchi said. “I think we were really good to start the game, and then our third goal kind of took the steam out of us.”
The Sharks had their chances but couldn’t finish on a power play or in the third period.
“The way we started, we just wanted to get going,” Setoguchi said. “That’s what we were trying to do. It was a tough period, especially the third period. We just couldn’t get going.”
Marleau, who made the key assist on the Setoguchi goal, gave the Sharks a 1-0 lead at 5:05 of the first period with a slick wraparound goal. They kept the Avs off the board until 8:59 of the second period, when Antti Niemi stopped Dustin Byfuglien.
“You have to take a lot of pride in getting the first goal,” Setoguchi said. “It’s a very tough game to get a goal in.”
Marleau, who also had an assist on two goals, wasn’t getting any glory for his first period performance.
“I’m not getting any credit for my first period,” Marleau said. “It’s all Seto. It’s 0b46394aab