- 1. Death From The Devil's Mouth 1.22 15 plays
- 2. I Believe These Kids 1.50 29 plays
- 3. Commune 1.39 31 plays
- 4. 11-The Siege Of New Salem 2.46 177 plays
- 5. Ancient Ymroi Ruins I 1.24 125 plays
- 6. Godom Lullaby (Orchestral Rendition) 3.07 107 plays
- 7. Bauhlor Cry 1.06 32 plays
- 8. LoZ - Majora's Mask - Then The Healing Came 3.21 158 plays
- 9. Puttin' on the Ritz (Big Band karaoke) 1.55 166 plays
- 10. 09-A Cruel Gift I 2.48 67 plays
- 11. Grim Grinning Ghosts (Karaoke Accompaniment) 2.36 179 plays
- 12. 07-Attack of the Mechanical Swarm 1.20 86 plays
- 13. 06-Picked a Random Direction 0.48 61 plays
- 14. 01-Skynetessa Opening Theme II 0.58 108 plays
- 15. 14-Under Skynetessian Stars 3.12 168 plays
- 16. 06-The Tupaul Cometh 1.04 61 plays
- 17. 05-The Immortal Eve 5.17 73 plays
- 18. Children of the Sky 4.27 209 plays
- 1. Hall Of Mirrors 2.48 52 plays
- 2. Just A Thought 4.41 33 plays
- 3. The Tide Is Rising 3.23 46 plays
- 4. Aura - 01 - Better Off 3.45 128 plays
- 5. The Fade (2012 version) 4.05 89 plays
- 6. Dumb Ways to Die (Tangerine Kitty punk-rock Cover) 3.05 1124 plays
- 7. Buddy Skally (ska cover of Weezer's "Buddy Holly") 3.07 262 plays
- 8. Falling Hard (The Crystal Method-Meiko cover) 4.19 292 plays
- 9. Times Like These (Foo Fighters Cover) 3.46 214 plays
- 10. 01-Wax Wings (Digital) 3.50 67 plays
- 11. 03-Retrospect 4.04 90 plays
- 12. 02-Momentum 3.12 355 plays
- 13. LL-01-Dreams of Times Past 3.57 142 plays 90.0 BPM
- 14. Odd Soul Illuminate (George R. Powell remix) 3.28 993 plays
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George Robert Powell entered the world in the summer of 1982, born in the Florida's Tampa Bay area. Taking an early interest in music, George began piano lessons with his teacher Annette Meyer in 1986 at the age of 4. In 1995, Powell realized that he much more enjoyed creating his own music rather than playing the classical music he'd been trained in. He began by playing his own renditions to popular video game music, and from there evolved into composing his own original work.
In 2000, George had been composing MIDI music long enough to start having a grasp on how to create music for specific productions. This is when he began to score independently-created computer role-playing-games for private online communities, where he went by the alias "Setu Firestorm" which stuck with him over the years that he spent sharing his musical works on Newgrounds.com. Over the years, as supported by his family and Jill Buyea and family, youth and drama pastor at Calvary Chapel Worship Center of New Port Richey, FL, Powell began to use his composing talents for various skits which later led to his composing for two major stage drama productions: "The Final Invitation" by Jill Buyea and "The Man from Galilee", an easter production directed by Tracy Metzger.
His ability was soon discovered in 2004 by Robert Schaefer of Embassy Multimedia, a local recording studio, and George was trained in studio composing using Steinberg's Nuendo and a host of VST instruments. Since then, George has used his skills in digital composition to score multiple projects for clients all around the world.
In 2007, Powell scored his first feature-length independent fan film "The Hero of Time", produced by BMB Finishes of Atlanta, GA. His music for the film was "hailed as 'beautiful' and 'epic' by many, often cited as the film's best attribute" (Zeldapedia).