On the whole, this soundtrack is a very solid one for any Cthulhu-based survival horror RPG, what with how well each of these songs evokes a sense of mystery and, in some cases, dread. However, I do feel that there are times when these tracks tend to "blend in" with one another when played back to back and hence lose their distinction. It would help, therefore, for the second volume of this soundtrack to include at least one piece within it that has plenty of intensity and as such could be characteristic of some sort of struggle or chase scene involving some monster or other simply for the sake of breaking up the monotony between each of the songs and as such making the soundtrack sound and even feel more dynamic as a collective whole. It's this kind of variety that makes James Semple's work for Pelgrane Press so memorable, after all, and I honestly believe that if Tim Fatchen could somehow take a cue from him to a small extent while otherwise maintaining his own unique sound, I've no doubt that his Shadow Over Innsmouth series would fully encompass the full nature of H.P. Lovecraft's signature series. Otheriwse, yes, I would recommend this soundtrack so far to anyone who's curious enough to lend it an ear.
[4 of 5 Stars!]