Essence of Lime is a remix album covering the soundtrack to The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages. The project was originally a one-man endeavor that evolved into a community project. Having been introduced to the Zelda series through Oracle of Ages, I noticed the lack of Oracle remixes and decided to take on a solo remix project in early 2008. I planned to remix Oracle of Ages' entire soundtrack by myself, assuming there would not be enough interest to organize a full-fledged project. After receiving several unexpected offers to help out, I was proven wrong. I am deeply grateful to everyone who helped me tackle the project despite its humble beginnings; this would have never been finished without them.

With 42 tracks by 17 remixers, the album contains over two hours of music. Enjoy it, or else.

- Hylian Lemon, project director

Lime of the Season is a remix album paying tribute to the soundtrack to The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons. It complements the previously-released Essence of Lime, which covered Oracle of Ages. This time, we've worked the gameplay premise of Oracle of Seasons into the music. Every track has been assigned a season and arranged accordingly; a spring track might represent a rainy day or young love, while an autumn track might represent a creepy dungeon or a chilly morning. It was up to each musician to decide how to approach the arrangement.

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons were developed by Flagship and Capcom for the Game Boy Color and released simultaneously in 2001--February 27 in Japan, May 14 in North America, and October 5 in Europe. The two games' soundtracks, excluding a few remixed Koji Kondo pieces, were composed by Kyopi and Minako Adachi.

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