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    Hitman: Blood Money

    • Video game: Hitman: Blood Money
    The Hitman: Blood Money Original Soundtrack, composed by Jesper Kyd, was released on May 20, 2006 by Sumthing Else and Eidos. The score was performed jointly with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra and the Hungarian Radio Choir. It features Kyd's trademark ambience and dark, foreboding arrangements with the choral parts in deep brooding Latin.. In the composer's own words: The score was nominated for the "Best Video Game Score" award in the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards ceremony, but lost out to Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. However, it did receive the "Xbox Game of the Year - Best Original Score" award from IGN. All music composed by Jesper Kyd. The game also features a rendition of Franz Schubert's "Ave Maria" (which has become the series' unofficial theme music) over the main menu, as well as a rendition of "Tomorrow Never Dies" by Swan Lee over the end credits. The game additionally features the song "White Noise" by The Vacation in the New Orleans level in a club, as well as "Slasher" by Institute For The Criminally Insane in the 'Hell' nightclub.
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    Final Fantasy III: Original Soundtrack

    Final Fantasy III: Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Final Fantasy III
    Final Fantasy III: Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album of video game music from the Nintendo DS RPG remake of Final Fantasy III, produced by Square Enix for the Nintendo DS. The album contains the musical tracks from the game, originally composed by Nobuo Uematsu in 1990 and rearranged by Tsuyoshi Sekito and Keiji Kawamori, as well as two remixes, one from the Black Mages band and the other by muZik. Also included in this album is a DVD containing the opening FMV sequence of the game, a promotion video made for the game, and a interview with the game's staff. It was released on September 20, 2006 by Square Enix Co., Ltd. The original release bears the catalog number SQEX-10076. Game Music Revolution's Page on Final Fantasy III Original Soundtrack Original Soundtrack Final Fantasy 03: Original Soundtrack
    9.00
    5 votes
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    7.17
    6 votes
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    Katamari Suteki Damacy

    • Video game: Beautiful Katamari
    Katamari Suteki Damacy (塊ステキ魂, Katamari Suteki Damashii, lit. "Clump Lovely Spirit") is the soundtrack to the video game Beautiful Katamari. Composers of the pieces include Yuji Masubuchi, Hiroto Sasaki, Keiichi Okabe, Akitaka Tohyama, Yoshito Yano, Uri Misumi, Tetsuya Uchida, Yū Miyake, Rio Hamamoto, Ryo Watanabe and Tetsuya Uchida.
    6.14
    7 votes
    5

    Lucky ☆ Star vocal mini album

    • Video game: Lucky Star: Moe Drill
    Lucky Star vocal mini album (『らき☆すた』vocal mini album, Raki☆Suta vocal mini album?) is a video game soundtrack for the video game "Lucky Star Moe Drill" based on the manga Lucky Star. It was first released on December 22, 2005 in Japan.
    9.25
    4 votes
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    Music from the Succubus Club-Vampire: The Masquerade

    • Video game: Vampire: The Masquerade
    Music from the Succubus Club-Vampire: The Masquerade was a music compilation album, comprising of industrial metal songs, among other genres. Its name derives from a fictional nightclub located in Chicago in the old World of Darkness.
    8.00
    5 votes
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    UmJammer Lammy Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: UmJammer Lammy
    UmJammer Lammy is the original soundtrack to the PlayStation videogame of the same name. It features all of the game's compositions by creator Masaya Matsuura as well as alternate versions of the tracks found in the game.
    7.80
    5 votes
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    The memory of RAGNAROK

    • Video game: Ragnarok Online
    "The memory of RAGNAROK" Ragnarok Online Original Sound Track is a best-of soundtrack album featuring background music from the PC MMORPG Ragnarok Online. The soundtrack includes original background music from the game, in addition to remixes and vocal arrangements of certain pieces. The game's official theme song, "You & I," is also included. A site account is required to purchase the soundtrack. By purchasing the soundtrack, the Note Headgear, which resembles a pair of over-sized headphones, is placed into the purchaser's game account. Each purchase of the soundtrack enters the purchaser's account into a drawing, giving away the Ghostring, Devilring, and Evil Snake Lord Cards. The drawing has already ended on December 15, 2006. RAGNAROK ONLINE ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK
    7.60
    5 votes
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    Killer7 Original Sound Track

    • Video game: Killer7
    killer7 Original Sound Track is a soundtrack album for the video game killer7, and was released on June 20, 2005. It features all 61 original compositions by music director Masafumi Takada, spanning over a 2-disc set. The soundtrack met extremely positive acclaim to the fan community and players of killer7.
    10.00
    3 votes
    10

    True Colors: The Best of Sonic the Hedgehog Part 2

    • Video game: Sonic Riders: Shooting Star Story
    True Colors: The Best of Sonic the Hedgehog Part 2, also known as Waking Up: The Best of Sonic the Hedgehog Part 2, is a compilation album of various songs from the Sonic the Hedgehog gaming franchise, a sequel to True Blue: The Best of Sonic the Hedgehog. It was released by Wave Master Entertainment on December 16, 2009. This album contains songs ranging from Sonic CD to Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity. Tracks 13 - 18 are exclusive bonus tracks which have been remixed and covered. 01. "Un-gravitify" (4:21) Music by Kenichi Tokoi Lyrics by Runblebee Vocals: Cashell Guitars: Chewtaro Moritake Programming: Kenichi Tokoi Mixed by Yoshitada Miya Originally from Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity 02. "Dreams of an Absolution" (5:18) Performed by Lee Brotherton (Remix Factory) Music by Mariko Nanba Lyrics by Lee Brotherton Arranged by Tomoya Ohtani Vocals: Lee Brotherton Guitars: Chewtaro Moritake Mixed by Yoshitada Miya Originally from Sonic the Hedgehog 03. "Throw It All Away" (5:01) Music and Japanese Lyrics by Fumie Kumatani English Translation by Shinobu Shindo Arrangement and Sound Produced by Heigo Tani Vocals: Everett Bradley Guitars: Akira Sasaki Programming: Heigo Tani, Fumie Kumatani Mixed
    7.40
    5 votes
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    Dragon Ball Z: Super Butôden 2 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Super Butoden 2
    Dragon Ball Z: Super Butôden 2 Original Soundtrack (ドラゴンボールZ超武闘伝 オリジナル・サウンドトラック, Doragon Bōru Zetto Chô Butôden Tzū Orijinaru Saundotorakku, Dragon Ball Z: Super Fighting Story 2 Original Soundtrack) is the official licened soundtrack of the Dragon Ball Z video game by the same name. It was released by Forte Music Entertainment on December 21, 1993 in Japan only. This album features arranged (reproduced in a higher quality of musical resources.) tracks, two of which were performed by a live orchastra and the rest remixed reprises.
    6.33
    6 votes
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    Wild ARMs Music the Best -rocking heart-

    • Video game: Wild Arms 4
    Wild Arms Music the Best is a series of arrangement albums from Media.Vision's Wild Arms series. This is the second album released under the title "Music the Best", -rocking heart-, a rock arrangement album. Original Composition Arrangements Performers
    7.20
    5 votes
    13

    Age of Empires III

    • Video game: Age of Empires III
    The Age of Empires III Original Soundtrack features an original musical score composed by long-time Ensemble Studios musicians Stephen Rippy and Kevin McMullan whose previous work includes other titles in the Age of Empires series as well as Age of Mythology. Stephen Rippy, Music and Sound Director at Ensemble Studios said, "Age of Empires III is a game with an epic topic - it covers the colonization of the Americas over a period of some three hundred years, so it needed to have an epic-sounding score to match. Using a full orchestra and choir as well as some more period-inspired instrumentation, the music follows the story of Morgan Black and his descendants as they battle the Circle of Ossus for a foothold in the New World." The soundtrack also features a bonus DVD that includes fourteen tracks remixed in 5.1 surround, a behind-the-scenes video of the studio session, the Age of Empires III cinematic trailer, and five exclusive bonus tracks * Songs marked with an asterisk do not appear as their names in the game folders.
    8.25
    4 votes
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    American McGee's Alice Original Music Score

    • Video game: American McGee's Alice
    American McGee's Alice Original Music Score is a soundtrack album for the video game American McGee's Alice, and was released on October 16, 2001. It features all 20 original compositions by former Nine Inch Nails live drummer Chris Vrenna, spanning over a 2-disc set, including a previously unreleased theme as well as a remix of "Flying on the Wings of Steam". The album versions sound somewhat different from their presentations as the background music in the game. There is also background music in the game that is completely absent from the album such as the music from the Dry Landing level. In contrast, the album track "Taking Tea in Dreamland" is not even featured in the game. The track listing also deviates from the order in which the songs are featured in the game. Also, the game's original opening is not featured on the album, though some of the dialogue from it is used in the first track, "Falling Down the Rabbit Hole".
    8.25
    4 votes
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    Wipeout Pure

    • Video game: Wipeout Pure
    wipE'out Pure is a soundtrack album of various electronica artists from the video game of the same name, released in 2005. Wipeout Pure, released for Sony PlayStation Portable in 2005, is part of the Wipeout series of video games that pioneered the incorporation of electronic music by mainstream artists into the game. The soundtrack album and the actual soundtrack of the video game do not contain exactly the same collections of music. The game (see Wipeout Pure music tracks) included songs by Tiësto, Plump DJs, Cosmos, T Power and Röyksopp that on the album were replaced by three previously unreleased tracks, numbers 17-19 below. The artwork for the album was made by The Designers Republic in their typical futuristic style, in line with the artwork of the game and its future setting.
    8.25
    4 votes
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    5 votes
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    Final Fantasy: Pray

    • Video game: Final Fantasy V
    Final Fantasy Pray is an arranged soundtrack album of video game music from the Final Fantasy series of computer role-playing game, produced by Square. The album contains a selection of musical tracks from the first six games in the series arranged for vocals and performed by Nobuo Uematsu, vocal is performed by Risa Ohki. It was released on June 25, 1994, in Japan, and was subsequently re-released on October 1, 2004, by NTT Publishing. The original release bears the catalog number PSCN-5006, and the re-release bears the catalog number NTCP-5006. Unlicensed pirate duplicates of the disc were produced by several companies. Because most of these discs tend to be priced more cheaply than their official counterpart, they frequently appear in the North American and European import market. The most prominent manufacturers of these discs are: A cover version of "The Promised Land" was done in electronic dance style in 2004 by nR Element, a eurodance band from California.
    7.00
    5 votes
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    Kane & Lynch: Dead Men Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Kane & Lynch: Dead Men
    The Kane & Lynch: Dead Men original score is the official soundtrack to IO Interactive's third-person shooter video game Kane & Lynch: Dead Men composed, arranged and produced by Jesper Kyd. There are currently no intentions to release the soundtrack for sale, however, the special edition of Kane & Lynch: Dead Men contains a bonus disc with seven tracks.Also known is that both Peter Peter and Peter Kyd made six additional tracks not featured on the special edition soundtrack disk, but are included in the game itself. The following tracks are not on the special edition soundtrack release:
    7.00
    5 votes
    19

    Rockman: The Power Battle

    • Video game: Mega Man: The Power Battle
    Rockman: The Power Battle (ロックマン ザ・パワーバトル, Rokkuman za Pawā Batoru) is the licenced soundtrack to the arcade game by the same name (known outside Japan as Mega Man: The Power Battle). It was released on December 1, 1995 in Japan only.
    7.00
    5 votes
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    Sonic Heroes Official Soundtrack

    • Video game: Sonic Heroes
    Sonic Heroes Official Soundtrack is a video game soundtrack album for the 2003 and 2004 video game Sonic Heroes. It was released as a CD in Japan on November 9, 2004. The album contains thirty songs, plus six songs in its second soundtrack Triple Threat: Sonic Heroes Vocal Trax. The album was re-released on August 24, 2011 to honor Sonic's 20th Anniversary as Sonic Heroes Original Soundtrack 20th Anniversary Edition. Triple Threat: Sonic Heroes Vocal Trax. The album was also released in Indonesia on December 22, 2004, and only sold in Jabotabek, Surabaya, Medan and Bandung.
    6.80
    5 votes
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    God of War II Soundtrack

    • Video game: God of War II
    The main theme was Parodied on Newgrounds by Flash Artist Chris O'Neill, making fun of the lyrics and mistranslating them.Also, an altered rock version of the main theme is used as a free downloadable song for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock on the PlayStation 3.
    9.00
    3 votes
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    Dracula X: Nocturne in the Moonlight OST

    • Video game: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
    Akumajou Dracula X: Nocturne in the Moonlight ORIGINAL GAME SOUNDTRACK (Japanese 悪魔城ドラキュラX: 月下の夜想曲 Akumajō Dracula X: Gekka no Yasōkyoku) is the original soundtrack for the 1997 Konami video game Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, as it is known in North America. All of the tracks listed below appear in the PlayStation version of the game. Additional music from the Sega Saturn version was not included on the disc since it was released in June 1998; over a year later. The soundtrack was later released on iTunes in 2007. Super Castlevania IV is the most stylistically related pre-Symphony game, in that it produced some of the most varied types of music in the series. The rest of the installments have shown music whose tendencies were mostly drawn directly from progressive rock, or similar concepts. The former deviated from that path by presenting Classical-Baroque songs, jazz influences, and even some intensely ambient minimalism. SotN, while sharing a similar diversity, opts for a more adventurous and melancholy tone. The composer, Michiru Yamane, created a wide range of musical types for her pieces, and it lends to the game in creating particular moods for every area. As an
    7.75
    4 votes
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    Dragon Ball Z & Z 2 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2
    Dragon Ball Z & Z 2 Original Soundtrack (ドラゴンボールZ & Z2 オリジナルサウンドトラック, Doragon Bōru Zetto ando Doragon Bōru Zetto Tzu Orijinaru Saundotorakku) is the official licenced soundtrack of the first two Dragon Ball Z video games for the PS2 and Gamecube by the same name (known as Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 1 & 2 in English speaking countries). It was released by Team Entertainment on January 19, 2005 in Japan only. This release was unique in that composer Kenji Yamamoto collaborated with not just the standard Japanese performers of American as well as Japanese artists. American credits include Steve Lukather guitarist of the 1980s rock band Toto and 1970s R&B Soul Funk band Tower of Power who can predominately be heard on tracks 22-24, but despite these credits the album remains a Japanese exclusive. Because this release focuses on the first two PS2 DBZ games, many of Yamamoto's orchestrated tracks heard in the story modes of both games were left out. Prompting many fans digitally rip music straight from the games themselves. For the most part, the tracks featured are very rock oriented with only a few featuring a jazzy funk vibe thanks in part to Tower of Power's influence. The back of the
    7.75
    4 votes
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    Biohazard: Symphony, Op. 91

    • Video game: Resident Evil
    Biohazard Symphony Op. 91 is a soundtrack for the Resident Evil series. The soundtrack covers music from Resident Evil: Director's Cut Dual Shock Version.
    7.50
    4 votes
    25

    Duke Nukem: Music to Score By

    • Video game: Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
    Duke Nukem: Music to Score By is the official soundtrack to the Duke Nukem series. It was released on August 10, 1999 through Red Ink Records and consisted of heavy metal and hip hop music.
    7.50
    4 votes
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    4 votes
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    Lupin the Third: The Legacy of the Magic King Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Lupin the 3rd: Treasure of the Sorcerer King
    Lupin the Third: The Legacy of the Magic King Original Soundtrack (ルパン三世 魔術王の遺産, Rupan Sansei Majutsu-Ou no Isan) is a music collection tie-in to the Lupin the 3rd: Treasure of the Sorcerer King Playstation 2 videogame, released by Vap on December 21, 2002. The album features work by Yuji Ohno, plus the closing theme performed by Kokage Asanuma.
    8.67
    3 votes
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    Face to Faith: Sonic and the Black Knight Vocal Trax

    • Video game: Sonic and the Black Knight
    Face to Faith: Sonic and the Black Knight Vocal Trax (mostly just shortened to Face to Faith) is the official soundtrack for the video game Sonic and the Black Knight which features vocals. The soundtrack was released on April 8, 2009 in Sega Direct Stores in Japan through Wave Master. It features five vocal tracks that were featured in the game, with "Seven Rings in Hand ~Fairytales in Trance~" by Bentley Jones and "With Me (Massive Power Mix)" by Crush 40 as brand new bonus tracks created especially for the album. The soundtrack also features three instrumental versions of the songs "Knight of the Wind", "Live Life" and "With Me". According to text accompanying a video on Crush 40's official YouTube page, a third soundtrack album will be released in North America and Europe, making Sonic and the Black Knight the first game in the series to have a soundtrack album released outside of Japan since Triple Threat. Two soundtracks were issued from Sonic and the Black Knight. Face to Faith which featured the tracks from the soundtrack to feature vocals, and Tales of Knighthood which featured the main game music. Both soundtracks were released on April 8, 2009. The song "Knight of the
    6.40
    5 votes
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    DIRGE of CERBERUS -FINAL FANTASY VII- Original Soundtrack

    DIRGE of CERBERUS -FINAL FANTASY VII- Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII
    Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII- Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album of video game music from the action role-playing game Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-, produced by Square Enix Co. Ltd. for the PlayStation 2 video game console. The album contains musical tracks from the game, composed by Masashi Hamauzu. Yoshihisa Hirano provides orchestration and Koji Haishima conducts the Tokyo Philharmonic used for about half of the soundtrack. Vocals were performed by Gackt Camui for the theme songs, "Longing" and "Redemption". The soundtrack was released on the 15th of February, 2005 in Japan with a price of ᅡᆬ 3,300 bearing the catalog number CRCP-40139/40 and the limited edition of the soundtrack was also released on the same day with a price of ᅡᆬ3,900 bearing the catalog number CRCP-40137/38. The limited edition of the soundtrack includes a "Cerberus Complete Case" deluxe box which is designed to hold the soundtrack along with the Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII- PS2 game and the limited edition of Gackt's single for the game, "REDEMPTION". The soundtrack marks new territory for Hamauzu, combining his signature impressionist chords, jazz and electronic ambience,
    7.25
    4 votes
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    Medal of Honor: Airborne Soundtrack

    • Video game: Medal of Honor: Airborne
    Medal of Honor: Airborne is the soundtrack to the first-person shooter computer game of the same name. It features the in-game tracks and musical scores of the game, all of which were composed by the award-winning Michael Giacchino, who also composed scores for some of the previous Medal of Honor games, including the main theme for the whole series. The Airborne soundtrack has been said to be based on the Medal of Honor themes of the past, but "brings a dark uncertainty that communicates the ominous journey of the first US Airborne combat troops".
    7.25
    4 votes
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    Metal Gear Solid Original Game Soundtrack

    • Video game: Metal Gear Solid
    The Metal Gear Solid Original Game Soundtrack is the official soundtrack to Konami's 1998 stealth game Metal Gear Solid. Most of the original music was composed and performed by the Konami Computer Entertainment (KCE) Sound Team Japan (comprising Takanari Ishiyama, Gigi Meroni, Kazuki Muraoka, Lee Jeon Myung and Hiroyuki Togo), with the exception of the "Metal Gear Solid Main Theme", composed by TAPPY, and "The Best Is Yet to Come", composed by Rika Muranaka and performed by Aoife Ní Fhearraigh. The CD was released on September 23, 1998 – three weeks after the Japanese release of the game. A total of three versions of the soundtrack were released, with the "Metal Gear Solid Control Mix" track missing from the earliest version. Limited print editions of the Japanese copy and the standard European copy have cardboard sleeves accompanied with the discs jewel case. The final edition of the Japanese print does not come with the cardboard sleeve. All songs are composed and performed by KCE Sound Team Japan, except "Metal Gear Solid Main Theme" composed by TAPPY and "The Best Is Yet to Come" composed by Rika Muranaka and performed by Aoife Ní Fhearraigh. "The Best Is Yet to Come" was
    7.25
    4 votes
    32
    Music of Kingdom Hearts

    Music of Kingdom Hearts

    • Video game: Kingdom Hearts
    The music of the Kingdom Hearts video game series was composed by Yoko Shimomura with orchestral music arranged by Kaoru Wada. The original soundtracks of the games have been released on three albums and a fourth compilation album. The soundtracks to the Kingdom Hearts games feature several musical pieces from both Disney films and Final Fantasy games, including such pieces as "Mickey Mouse Club March" by Jimmie Dodd, "This Is Halloween" by Danny Elfman, and "One-Winged Angel" by Nobuo Uematsu. They also feature several vocal songs, the most notable being the two main theme songs, "Hikari" and "Passion". The two themes were written and performed by Japanese American pop star Hikaru Utada. "Hikari" and "Passion" were originally in Japanese, but English versions were also produced, titled "Simple and Clean" and "Sanctuary", respectively. Although the majority of the music has been released only in Japan, the first soundtrack was released worldwide and tracks from the Kingdom Hearts series have been featured in Play! A Video Game Symphony at multiple venues. The music has overall been well received and several tracks have received particular praise. The two main themes were well
    7.25
    4 votes
    33
    Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero 3

    Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero 3

    • Video game: Mega Man Zero 3
    Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero ΤΕΛΟΣ (-Telos) is the third remixed & arranged soundtrack released for the Mega Man Zero series. Similar to Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Idea, it includes bonus tracks, vocals and content that expands upon the game's storyline. "Telos" (Meaning "end") is perhaps referring to Omega himself, or the end of Zero's "old business" with Weil and Omega. The two main discs are named after the two Baby Elves who serve as antagonists, Crèer and Prier. (Crea and Prea in the English Mega Man Zero 3 version.)
    7.25
    4 votes
    34

    All Sounds of Final Fantasy I•II

    • Video game: Final Fantasy
    The music of the video games Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II was composed by regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu, who would go on to be the exclusive composer for the next seven Final Fantasy games. Although they were composed separately, music from the two games has only been released together. All Sounds of Final Fantasy I•II, a compilation of almost all of the music in the games, was released by DataM/Polystar in 1989, and subsequently re-released by NTT Publishing in 1994. Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy, an arranged album of music from the two games by Katsuhisa Hattori and his son Takayuki Hattori was released by DataM in 1989, and re-released by NTT Publishing/Polystar in 1994. Final Fantasy & Final Fantasy II Original Soundtrack, another arranged album, this time by Nobuo Uematsu and Tsuyoshi Sekito, was released in 2002 by DigiCube and again in 2004 by Square Enix. The music was well received by critics; reviewers have praised the quality and power of the original songs, and reacted favorably to the arranged soundtracks. Several songs, especially "Main Theme" and "Matoya's Cave", remain popular today, and have been performed numerous times in orchestral concert series,
    8.33
    3 votes
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    Bulletproof

    • Video game: 50 Cent: Bulletproof
    This is a soundtrack album of the game 50 Cent: Bulletproof released by Shadyville Entertainment. The soundtrack features 13 new songs from 50 Cent. The soundtrack was also released as an instrumental edition. Consumers who pre-ordered the album were also given a never-before-released DVD of 50 Cent's 2003 European tour called, "No Fear, No Mercy". All tracks produced by Sha Money XL. "Pimpin" contains a sample from "I Choose You" by Willie Hutch.
    8.33
    3 votes
    37
    Chaos Theory - Splinter Cell 3 Soundtrack

    Chaos Theory - Splinter Cell 3 Soundtrack

    • Video game: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
    Chaos Theory – Splinter Cell 3 Soundtrack is the fifth album by Brazilian trip hop artist Amon Tobin. It was released on 25 January 2005 by Ninja Tune. The album consists of a collection of songs that Tobin wrote for Ubisoft's video game, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory. Ubisoft was so pleased with Tobin's work that they decided to release the album several months ahead of the actual game. Technically speaking, the album is not a soundtrack. In the game, each track is split into individual components that are independently layered over one another to correspond with a player's actions. Thus, none of the songs on the album would ever be heard in the game except in small fragments. This album showcased the beginning Tobin's shift from collecting samples from vinyl records to recording his own samples. For the recording of Chaos Theory – Splinter Cell 3 Soundtrack, Tobin hired a live band whose members ranged from Mexican composer Nacho Mendez to Japanese flutist Eiji Miyake. Seminal composer Jesper Kyd was also hired to score the game's cinematics. Tobin would more fully explore the use of his own samples by using field recordings in his 2007 album, Foley Room.
    8.33
    3 votes
    38

    Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World
    Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World (ドラゴンボールZ インフィニットワールドオリジナルサウンドトラック, Doragon Bōru Zetto Infinitto Wārudo Orizinaru Saundotorakku) is the licensed soundtrack from of the PlayStation 2 video game Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World. It was released on January 7, 2009 in Japan only. This contains the compositions by composers Kenji and Kanon Yamamoto, credited as Kenz and Canon respectively, and features the theme songs "Hikari no Sasu Mirai e!" and "Dragon Ball Party" performed by Hironobu Kageyama. The soundtrack would receive mixed reviews from gaming critics. Unfortunately these critics miss state Kageyama as composer. Due to the North America packaging only listing Kageyama responsible for the music, "Music by Hironobu Kageyama". Sites like Gamer 2.0 and IGN would give the tracks low scores. with IGN's Greg Miller calling the music repetitive. While other sites such as the Gamer Temple and Game Radar site the music as the only good part the game has to offer with Game Radar's Alan Kim stating to "download the tunes and skip eveything else". Ben Dutka of PSXExtreme found the music to be disconcerting citing that the atmosphere gave the impression that it was mocking the game.
    6.20
    5 votes
    39

    Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Soundtrack 2: The Other Side

    • Video game: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
    The Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Soundtrack 2: Other Side is the second official soundtrack to Konami's 2001 stealth game Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. All of the original music was composed by Norihiko Hibino. The CD was released on January 26, 2002 – two months after the Japanese release of the game.
    9.50
    2 votes
    40

    Machinarium

    • Video game: Machinarium
    The Machinarium Soundtrack is a soundtrack for the video game Machinarium. Written, composed, mixed and produced by Tomáš Dvořák for Amanita Design, the soundtrack was released on October 21, 2009 in digital format (mp3 and flac), on February 27, 2010 on vinyl LP and on March 5, 2010 on CD (as part of Collector's Edition of the game). The album includes 14 tracks. In addition to the cd-version, it was decided to release the soundtrack on vinyl. 1st edition of 555 hand-numbered copies was released on February 27, 2010 on clear yellow & black vinyl: 405 copies on black and 150 copies on clear yellow. 2nd edition of 245 hand-numbered copies was released on December 8, 2010 on black vinyl. 3rd edition of 500 copies was released on April 20, 2011 on black vinyl. First edition is signed by the author himself. All editions contain three art reproductions by Adolf Lachman and features a coupon with a code to download MP3/FLAC versions of the album. Album is pressed on high quality 140 gram vinyl at Pallas Group GmbH, Diepholz, Germany. Machinarium Soundtrack won the Best Soundtrack award from PC Gamer in 2009. The tracks which weren't included in the original soundtrack of the game were
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    4 votes
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    5 votes
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    TEKKEN 4 Original Sound Tracks

    • Video game: Tekken 4
    TEKKEN 4 Original Sound Tracks (鉄拳4 オリジナルサウンドトラック) Is the officially licensed soundtrack of the PlayStation 2 video game by the same name. Released on May 22, 2002 in Japan only. This 2-CD set includes music from both the Arcade & PlayStation 2 versions of Tekken 4. The album features work by Namco composers Akitaka Tōyama, Satoru Kōsaki, Yū Miyake, Hiroshi Ōkubo, Keiki Kobayashi. Disc 1. 01 A Fist for a Fist 2:06 02 Acid Timpani 0:41 03 Jet 1:18 04 Fetus 2:26 05 Uninhabited 3:20 06 Didgerhythm 6:24 07 Authentic sky 4:55 08 Mob 3:28 09 Kitsch 3:49 10 Quadra~Introduction 0:07 11 Quadra 2:08 12 Bit Crusher 4:47 13 Fear 4:24 14 Gym 4:21 15 Touch and Go 2:56 16 The Inner Shrine 4:31 17 Wirepuller Appearance 0:25 18 The Strongest Iron Arena 2:34 19 Nothingness 2:24 20 Lights 1:51 21 Hex 3:03 Disc 2. 01 Draw the Waveform 2:01 02 Heihachi Mishima 1:15 03 Craig Marduk 1:00 04 Julia Chang 1:53 05 Christie Monteiro 0:48 06 Ling Xiaoyu 2:24 07 Steve Fox 1:10 08 Kuma 0:33 09 Kazuya Mishima 3:29 10 Yoshimitsu 1:00 11 Combot 0:43 12 Bryan Fury 1:41 13 Lei Wulong 0:52 14 Jin Kazama 2:37 15 Lee Chaolan 0:50 16 Hwoarang 1:15 17 Marshall Law 1:19 18 Paul Phoenix 1:09 19 Panda 1:08 20 Nina Williams
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    Adventures of the Smart Patrol

    • Video game: Devo Presents: Adventures of the Smart Patrol
    Adventures of the Smart Patrol (or Devo Presents Music From Adventures of the Smart Patrol) is a compilation album released in 1996 featuring tracks from the Inscape CD-ROM computer game of the same name, a game created by American new wave band Devo. Six of the tracks had been previously released on proper Devo albums and compilations, but it is noteworthy for containing two new Devo tracks: "Theme From Adventures of the Smart Patrol" (a studio recording of a song that had been played live at the beginning of concerts on the 1981 New Traditionalists tour) and "That's What He Said." Both songs are credited to The Smart Patrol but are performed by Devo. Also of note is this mix of "U Got Me Bugged," a track which first appeared on the compilation Hardcore Devo: Volume 2. This mix features a new vocal track by Booji Boy. Additionally, this version of "Jocko Homo" is the 4-track demo version, previously released on Hardcore Devo: Volume 1. However, this version was taken directly from the audio track of the short film The Truth About De-Evolution and is thus of lesser sound quality, but includes audio from the filmic sequence where a series of rapid-fire cuts spells the letters "Devo"
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    Biohazard Outbreak Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Resident Evil Outbreak
    The Resident Evil Outbreak Original Soundtrack features music composed by Japanese Academy Award winning composer Akihiko Matsumoto. It should also be noted that at least one song from the Resident Evil 2 Soundtrack by Masami Ueda, Shusaku Uchiyama, and Shun Nishigaki received a new arrangement for this release. Unlike Resident Evil soundtracks before and after it, the Resident Evil Outbreak soundtrack features several noticeably recurring themes. The Unreleased Biohazard Outbreak: File 2 Original Soundtrack features an arrangement of The Front Hall from the Biohazard 2 Original Soundtrack composed by Masami Ueda, Shusaku Uchiyama, and Shun Nishigaki. One of the songs in the track list was remodeled for the ending of the Wild things scenario and another, longer remake was the song in file #2s' ending credits.
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    Final Fantasy V: Original Sound Version

    • Video game: Final Fantasy V
    The music of the video game Final Fantasy V was composed by regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu. The Final Fantasy V Original Sound Version, a compilation of almost all of the music in the game, was released by Square Co./NTT Publishing, and subsequently re-released by NTT Publishing after the game was brought to North America as part of the Final Fantasy Anthology. An arranged album entitled Final Fantasy V Dear Friends, containing a selection of musical tracks from the game arranged in multiple styles, including live and vocal versions, was released by Square/NTT Publishing and later re-released by NTT Publishing. Additionally, a collection of piano arrangements composed by Nobuo Uematsu, arranged by Shirou Satou and played by Toshiyuki Mori titled Piano Collections Final Fantasy V was released by Square/NTT Publishing, and re-released by NTT Publishing. The music received mixed reviews; while some reviewers enjoyed the soundtrack and found it to be underrated, others felt it was only of middling quality. Several pieces, especially "Dear Friends", remain popular today, and have been performed numerous times in orchestral concert series such as the Dear Friends: Music from Final
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    3 votes
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    Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater - The First Bite

    • Video game: Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
    Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater – The First Bite was only released in Japan in August 2004. The CD includes promotional materials, such as songs, screensaver and a Snake Eater music video. Music is composed by Norihiko Hibino.
    8.00
    3 votes
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    Perfect Dark Zero Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Perfect Dark Zero
    Perfect Dark Zero Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album for the video game Perfect Dark Zero. Although it was mainly composed by David Clynick, who also penned the music for the original Perfect Dark, it also contains two tracks from MorissonPoe (a New York based eclectic rock band), and one track by DJs Kepi and Kat. The soundtrack was produced by Nile Rodgers and it was released on November 8, 2005 by Sumthing Else Music Works. IGN did not enjoy the soundtrack and gave it a score of 4 out of 10, concluding, "If this is what the music of the future is supposed to sound like, well then I'm happy to live in the past". In contrast, Spike TV nominated the album for "Best Original Score" in their 2005 Video Game Awards show.
    8.00
    3 votes
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    Silent Hill Zero Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Silent Hill: Origins
    Silent Hill Zero Original Soundtrack is the soundtrack of video game music from the survival horror game, Silent Hill: Origins. The album contains musical tracks from the game composed by Akira Yamaoka. The soundtrack was released in Japan on January 25, 2008 with a price of ¥2,520 bearing the catalog number LC-1627. The soundtrack was also packaged with the a special 6 page comic designed by Masahiro Ito and a portable music player pouch with the Silent Hill Zero logo. The soundtrack also features new songs that were in the game such as "The Healer" and "Drowning".
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    4 votes
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    We ♥ Katamari soundtrack

    • Video game: We ♥ Katamari
    Katamari Damacy (塊魂, lit. "Clump Spirit") is a third-person puzzle-action video game that was published and developed by Namco for the PlayStation 2 video game console. The success of the game led to the release of five sequels in Japan and other territories: We Love Katamari, Me & My Katamari, Beautiful Katamari, Katamari Damacy Mobile, I Love Katamari, and Katamari Forever. It also inspired a spin-off game, a Tetris-like Korogashi Puzzle Katamari Damacy. The music of the Katamari Damacy series refers to the soundtracks to all of these games, five of which have been released as albums. Katamari Fortissimo Damacy, a soundtrack album for the original game, was released by Columbia Music Entertainment in 2004, Katamari wa Damacy was released as a soundtrack album for We Love Katamari by Columbia Music Entertainment in 2005, and Katamari Original Soundtrack Damacy was released in 2006 as a soundtrack album for Me & My Katamari by the same publisher and also included tracks from We Love that were not included in its album. Katamari Suteki Damacy was released by Columbia Music Entertainment in 2007 as a soundtrack album for Beautiful Katamari, and the latest album, Katamari Damacy
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    4 votes
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    Medal of Honor Original Soundtrack Recording

    • Video game: Medal of Honor
    Medal of Honor Original Soundtrack Recording is the original soundtrack to the 1999 PlayStation game Medal of Honor. Developed by Dreamworks Interactive and published by EA Games, the music was created by award-winning composer Michael Giacchino. Most of the tracks were reproduced on a new CD for the 10th anniversary edition box-set, with the exception of the last six tracks. All songs by Michael Giacchino.
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    2 votes
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    Perfect Selection: Dracula Battle

    • Video game: Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge
    Perfect Selection: Dracula Battle (Japanese パーフェクトセレクション ドラキュラ・バトル) is an album arranged by Naoto Shibata (Anthem) and performed by 柴田直人プロジェクト (Naoto Shibata PROJECT), a group of musicians he put together. This album features heavy metal renditions of several classic Akumajō Dracula (Castlevania) themes. It was released in Japan on July 21, 1994. The catalogue code for this album is KICA-1145. See also : Perfect Selection: Dracula Battle II
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    2 votes
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    Saints Row soundtrack

    • Video game: Saints Row
    The soundtrack of the Xbox 360 video game Saints Row includes over 130 music tracks covering the classical, easy listening, electronica, metal, reggae, rock, and hip hop genres. The music is presented by 12 radio stations, and there is an in-game music player accessible through the pause menu. The player purchases songs for the music player at the record store franchise "Scratch That Music" in Stilwater using in-game money. This is similar to some Xbox 360 games, including Saints Row 2.
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    5 votes
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    Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME 2 LIMITED EDITION MUSIC SAMPLER

    • Video game: Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME 2
    Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME 2 was released on September 28, 2005, by Konami on the PlayStation 2 in the United States. To encourage sales, they released a limited edition CD featuring songs from the game. This "exclusive music sampler" was available only to players who reserved the game before its release at major video game retailers such as GameStop or EB Games. The CD contains tracks taken directly from the game as well as unique remixes done by Konami's in-house artists. The music found in the game and on the CD feature a broad range of musical styles. The CD is also known as V-RARE Soundtrack-5 USA. The V-RARE moniker was first used by Konami to release similar video game-based albums in Japan. In Japan these promotional CDs are usually bundled with its corresponding game upon release. As of December 2010, Konami has released 14 V-RARE discs in the US to promote various Dance Dance Revolution games. The latest one was released in 2008 along with Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2.
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    Gunstar Heroes: Sound Collection

    • Video game: Gunstar Heroes
    Gunstar Heroes: Sound Collection (ガンスターヒーローズ サウンドコレクション, Gansutā Hīrōzu Saundo Korekushon) is the licenced soundtrack to coincide with the video games Gunstar Heroes and Gunstar Super Heroes. It was released on November 23, 2005 in Japan only. The music was written and composed by Norio Hanzawa under his pseudonym NON. Tracks 1-33 are from "Super Heroes", tracks 34-58 are from Gunstar Heroes, and the final track is an arranged version of level one (Pink's stage) performed by Motoaki Furukawa.
    7.67
    3 votes
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    Hitman: Codename 47 / Hitman 2: Silent Assassin

    • Video game: Hitman: Codename 47
    Hitman: Codename 47 / Hitman 2: Silent Assassin is an album containing the soundtracks of the first two Hitman video games, both composed by Jesper Kyd. The score of the first game, Hitman: Codename 47, is entirely electronic. The score of the second game, Hitman 2: Silent Assassin, was performed by the Budapest Symphony Orchestra and the Hungarian Radio Choir, conducted by Béla Drahos. The album features full editions of both scores, as well as less known material from early demos. The first game's score had never been commercially released before the release of this compilation. The album is a very good indicator of Kyd's musical style and how it has developed from its roots, especially within the Hitman franchise. All music composed by Jesper Kyd, except where noted.
    7.67
    3 votes
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    Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Original Soundtrack

    Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
    Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack album of Konami's PlayStation 2 video game Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and was released by Japanese music label, Phantom, on December 17, 2004 under the catalog number KOLA-089/090. The soundtrack consists of two discs and features music from various artists and composers such as Harry Gregson-Williams, Norihiko Hibino, Cynthia Harrell, TAPPY, and Starsailor. The soundtrack also included a "Special Camouflage Key Disc" which allowed players who owned a copy Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater for the PlayStation 2 to obtain additional camouflage uniforms for Naked Snake by selecting "Special Camouflage Key" under the menu titled "Special" once it's prompted to appear in the game. SPECIAL CAMOUFLAGE KEY DISC
    7.67
    3 votes
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    Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero

    • Video game: Mega Man Zero
    Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero is the first compilation album published by Capcom & Inti Creates containing remixed version of the tracks found in Mega Man Zero game, and also some drama tracks which go along with the story in the game. "Now Waking" is called as it is shown on Inti Creates official site, however it is not the official name for the album. Composer: Ippo Yamada, Setsuo Yamamoto (Track 6) Voice Actors (seiyuu): The opening melody of "Enemy Hall" was taken directly from the final stage theme of Mega Man X.
    7.67
    3 votes
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    Sonic The Hedgehog Vocal Traxx : Several Wills

    • Video game: Sonic the Hedgehog
    Sonic the Hedgehog Vocal Traxx: Several Wills (ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ ヴォーカル・トラックス セヴラル・ウィルス, Sonikku za Hejjihoggu Vōkaru Torakkusu Sevuraru Wirusu) is the official vocal songs soundtrack for the video game Sonic The Hedgehog released on November 14, 2006. It features four vocal tracks that were featured in the game and three bonus tracks exclusive to this release. Two vocal songs from the game are noticeably absent, they being "Sweet Dream ~AKON '06 Mix~" (English) and "Sweet Sweet Sweet ~AKON '06 Mix~" (Japanese) by the J-Pop group Dreams Come True which were remixed by rap vocalist Akon. "Sweet Sweet Sweet ~AKON '06 Mix~" was released on a CD single exclusively in Japan, while "Sweet Dream ~AKON '06 Mix~" was released exclusively on Japan's iTunes Store. Performed by Ali Tabatabaee & Matty Lewis from Zebrahead Composed by Tomoya Ohtani, the game's sound director. Johnny Gioeli wrote the lyrics for chorus section and Ali Tabatabaee did the rap lyrics. The main theme for the game and also Sonic The Hedgehog's theme. Several Wills features three versions of the song - the first being the actual version used in the game with vocals provided by Zebrahead members Ali Tabatabaee & Matty Lewis.
    7.67
    3 votes
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    Wipeout XL

    • Video game: Wipeout 2097
    Wipeout 2097: The Soundtrack (Wipeout XL in the US) is a soundtrack album of various British and other European electronica, Big beat and techno artists from the British video game of the same name, released in 1996. Wipeout 2097, released for Sony PlayStation on 30 September 1996, was the sequel to Wipeout, one of the first video games to incorporate electronic music by popular artists into the game. The audio tracks on the video game disc were red book audio and could be played in any CD player by simply skipping the first track, which held the actual game data. The soundtrack album and the actual soundtrack of the video game do not contain the same collections of music. CoLD SToRAGE supplied several tracks for the game, the Chemical Brothers produced "Dust Up Beats" and Future Sound of London produced "Landmass", none of which were included on the soundtrack album. Conversely, Photek's "Titan", the Chemical Brothers' "Leave Home", and the tracks by Daft Punk, Source Direct, Orbital, and Leftfield did not appear in the game itself. The artwork for the album was made by The Designers Republic in their typical futuristic style, in line with the artwork of the game and its future
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    Biohazard 2 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Resident Evil
    Resident Evil Orchestra, known as Biohazard Orchestra in Japan, is a recording of a concert that was held in Japan featuring orchestral arrangements of music from Resident Evil (1996), Resident Evil 2 (1998), and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (1999) performed by the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra. The music was composed by Masami Ueda, Shusaku Uchiyama, Shun Nishigaki and Saori Maeda and is arranged by Kazunori Miyake. The Biohazard Original Soundtrack Remix was composed by Makoto Tomozawa, Akari Kaida, and Masami Ueda for the video game Biohazard, known as Resident Evil outside Japan. All compositions were rearranged by Makoto Tomozawa and mixed in QSound technology. Masami Ueda is the only member of the original composing team who continued on to score several more entries in the Resident Evil series. The Biohazard 2 Original Soundtrack was composed by Masami Ueda, Shusaku Uchiyama, and Shun Nishigaki for the video game Biohazard 2, known as Resident Evil 2 outside Japan. It does not contain every track written for the game however. The remaining tracks were included in the subsequent release of the Biohazard 2 Complete Track album on August 21, 1998. Track 22, The Underground
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    1 votes
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    Chrono Trigger: Original Sound Version

    • Video game: Chrono Trigger
    The Chrono series is a video game franchise developed and published by Square Enix (formerly Square). It began in 1995 with the time travel role-playing video game Chrono Trigger, which spawned two continuations, Radical Dreamers and Chrono Cross. The music of Chrono Trigger was mainly composed by Yasunori Mitsuda, with a few tracks composed by regular Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu. The Chrono Trigger soundtrack has inspired four official album releases by Square Enix: a soundtrack album in released by NTT Publishing in 1995 and re-released in 2004, a greatest hits album published by DigiCube in 1999, published in abbreviated form by Tokyopop in 2001, and republished by Square Enix in 2005, an acid jazz arrangement album published and republished by NTT Publishing in 1995 and 2004, and a 2008 orchestral arranged album by Square Enix. Corresponding with the Nintendo DS release of the game, a reissued soundtrack was released in 2009. The original soundtrack has been hailed as one of the best video game soundtracks ever made, and the Original Sound Version album met with similar applause. The reception for the other albums has been mixed, with the releases finding both fans and
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    Dino Crisis 3 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dino Crisis 3
    Dinocrisis, Vol. 3 is a video game soundtrack that was relased on 21 July 2003 on Sony/Columbia records, catalogue number of CPCA-1073. It is composed by Shinichiro Sato.
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    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
    The soundtrack of the computer and video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, which is set in 1992 in the fictional U.S. West Coast state of San Andreas, required that the game's radio stations reflect the music tastes of the time and area, in addition to covering current events in the state of San Andreas, and even weather forecasts. Together with several pieces of early-1990s music, the soundtrack also included songs from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Many of the songs interpolate or sample other songs which feature in this or other GTA titles, such as Ice Cube's "Check Yo Self", which samples "The Message", which was featured in Vice City or "Weekend" which appears in its original form on Paradise FM in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. Primarily, the player hears the radio when the protagonist acquires a vehicle. The player is also given the option of listening to the radio stations "out of game" by calling up the game's Audio Options. The station that will be playing when the player gets into a vehicle is determined by several factors, and players can change it or switch it off as desired (or set the game so the last station heard by the player will be playing when a
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    1 votes
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    Gunstar Heroes

    • Video game: Gunstar Heroes
    Gunstar Heroes (ガンスターヒーローズ, Gansutā Hīrōzu) is the licensed soundtrack of the Sega Mega Drive video game by the same name. It was released by Pioneer LDC on October 27, 1993 in Japan only. The music was written and composed by Norio Hanzawa under his pseudonym NON. The tracks in the album are all rearranged from the versions in the actual game, using superior instrumentation than the Mega Drive sound synthesis. All tracks were performed by Hanzawa along with Nazo2 Unit.
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    1 votes
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    Samorost 2

    • Video game: Samorost 2
    The Samorost 2 Soundtrack is a soundtrack for the video game Samorost 2. Composed, written, arranged and produced by Tomáš Dvořák for Amanita Design, the soundtrack was released on December 8, 2005 in digital format and on June 5, 2006 on cd. The album includes 12 tracks. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Tomáš Dvořák at Mush Room Prague / Budapest. Packaged in digipak. CD includes PC and Mac version of the Samorost 2 game by Amanita Design. Samorost 2 Soundtrack won the Original Sound category at the Flashforward Film Festival 2006.
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    1 votes
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    ZXA Tunes

    • Video game: Rockman ZX Advent
    Rockman ZX Advent Soundtrack -ZXA Tunes- is the second remastered soundtrack album to be released for the Mega Man ZX series consisting of 2 Discs. The album features arranged tracks from the second game in the series, ZX Advent, and was announced before ZXA was released in Japan. Unlike the first soundtrack, ZX Tunes, which was first released in limited numbers, ZXA Tunes was released nationwide immediately in Japan. Capcom's online store also provided a limited edition bonus for pre-ordering the soundtrack: a ZX Advent mousepad featuring ZXA heroine Ashe "crashing" in ZX hero Vent's pad. As with ZX Tunes, the Discs are named after the main character pair of the game. While ZX Tunes featured only one vocal track and several remixed tracks (including a remix of said vocal track), ZXA Tunes goes in almost the opposite direction, with four vocal tracks and only one real remix; the track Rockman a (antique mix).
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    1 votes
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    DK Jamz: The Original Donkey Kong Country Soundtrack

    • Video game: Donkey Kong Country
    DK Jamz is the name of the original Donkey Kong Country soundtrack. Composers Robin Beanland, Eveline Fischer, and David Wise collaborated on this album. It was very popular, and the quality of the music is considered by many to be some of the best in its genre. The soundtrack has furthermore been entirely rearranged at OverClocked ReMix, with the album name Kong in Concert, as a tribute to the original artists. DK Jamz consists of fifty tracks, of which tracks 24–48 are completely silent, and the remaining two tracks in the end are 'secret' bonus tracks not listed in the back of the disc cover. The soundtrack is known for its atmospheric music, mixing natural environmental sounds with prominent melodic and percussive accompaniment. It features a wide variety of different musical styles that attempt to be evocative of the environments they appear in. This varies with the differing areas of the game, and includes music from levels set in Africa-inspired jungles, caverns, oceanic reefs, frozen landscapes, and industrial factories. David Wise has stated that he wanted the music produced by the Super NES' SPC700 chip for the game to sound similar to the Korg Wavestation
    6.50
    4 votes
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    Halo 3 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Halo 3
    The Halo 3 Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack to Bungie Studios' first-person shooter video game Halo 3. Most of the original music was composed by Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori, but also includes a bonus track, "LvUrFR3NZ", which was the winning entry in a contest held before the soundtrack's release. The 2-CD set was released on November 20, 2007. For the next game in the Halo trilogy, O'Donnell added new themes as well as bringing back and expanding old ones, some of which had never been recorded with a full orchestra before. The score made extensive use of the piano, an instrument which O'Donnell used frequently for composition but that had not been featured in previous Halo music. In addition to scoring the game, the music was used for promotional advertisements and trailers preceding Halo 3's release. The game's score and its soundtrack were generally well received. The soundtrack reached the Billboard 200 chart, and also broke the top twenty best-selling soundtracks and independent albums listings. The score was nominated for X-Play's "Best of 2007" awards, under best original soundtrack. The score for Halo 3 gave O'Donnell and Salvatori a chance to
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    4 votes
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    The Complete Sounds of Katamari

    • Video game: We ♥ Katamari
    Katamari Original Soundtrack Damacy (塊オリジナルサウンドトラック魂, Katamari Orijinaru Saundotorakku Damashii) is a two disc soundtrack for the Katamari Damacy games, most specifically Me & My Katamari. It was released on December 26, 2005, in conjunction with the North American release of Me & My Katamari for the Sony PSP. The album is a compilation of the new songs from Me & My Katamari, the previously unreleased tracks from We Love Katamari (which are tracks 10-17 on Disc 1 of this release), and a few songs from other Namco titles. Disc 2 is almost entirely orchestral, except for three ambient noise tracks, two taiko drum tracks, and one a cappella track. Disc 1 (playing time 55:38) Disc 2 (playing time 53:17)
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    4 votes
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    Fable

    • Video game: Fable
    The Fable Original Soundtrack was released on February 15, 2005 for Lionhead's 2005 game Fable. The orchestral score was composed by Russell Shaw with Danny Elfman assisting on the theme. The music only covers the original Fable game and does not contain any of the new music heard in The Lost Chapters.
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    2 votes
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    3 votes
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    Katamari Fortissimo Damacy

    Katamari Fortissimo Damacy

    • Video game: Katamari Damacy
    Katamari Fortissimo Damacy (塊フォルテッシモ魂, Katamari Forutesshimo Damashii, lit. "Clump Fortissimo Spirit") is the soundtrack to the video game Katamari Damacy. The music in the game was widely hailed as imaginative and original, and was considered one of its top selling points. Its eclectic composition featured elements of traditional electronic video game music, as well as heavy jazz and samba influences. Most of the tracks were composed by Yū Miyake; many of the tracks feature vocals from popular J-Pop singers such as Yui Asaka from the Sukeban Deka 3 TV series, a vocal sung and written by Charlie Kosei, one of the composers of the Lupin III soundtrack, and anime voice actors, including Nobue Matsubara and Ado Mizumori. The final track, "Katamari March Damacy", is a bonus song that was made by reworking an unused song that was not featured in the game.
    7.33
    3 votes
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    Nintendo DS Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Super Music Collection

    • Video game: Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
    Nintendo DS Pokᅢᄅmon Diamond & Pearl Super Music Collection is a two-disc soundtrack featuring music from ''Pokᅢᄅmon Diamond'' and ''Pokᅢᄅmon Pearl'' by Hitomi Sato, Go Ichinose, and Junichi Masuda. It was released on 22 December, 2006 and is priced at ᅡᆬ2520.
    7.33
    3 votes
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    Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero 4

    Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero 4

    • Video game: Mega Man Zero 4
    Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Physis is the fourth Remixed soundtrack released for the game Mega Man Zero 4. It includes bonus tracks, vocals and drama tracks. Unlike the other Remastered Tracks, the drama tracks do not expand on the game's storyline and are merely dramatized versions of in-game events.
    7.33
    3 votes
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    The Music of Grand Theft Auto IV

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto IV
    The Music of Grand Theft Auto IV is a 2008 soundtrack packaged with the special edition of Grand Theft Auto IV. The disc contains several soundtrack selections from the video game Grand Theft Auto IV. The soundtrack features several genres, from gangsta rap to rock music and reggae. Several artists re-recorded their songs to make references to in-game locations. One song, Liberty City: The Invasion, was composed specifically for the game and the soundtrack.
    7.33
    3 votes
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    Wild ARMs: 2nd Ignition Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Wild Arms 2
    Wild Arms: 2nd Ignition Original Soundtrack is the incomplete original score to Media.Vision's 1999 RPG video game, Wild Arms 2. It is the biggest soundtrack through the whole Wild Arms series, containing more than 100 songs. The Wild Arms 2 soundtrack had a very lackluster release, because almost every song is less than one minute long, not allowing you to get the feel of the song; and yet even some tracks are missing. More than 70 songs were squeezed into one disc. However, this soundtrack is quite spectacular, and they learned from their last mistake, thus putting the soundtrack onto two discs. It also contains three medleys of various songs throughout the soundtrack, and even an extended version of the second opening theme. Disc 1 - 68:34 Disc 2 - 74:02
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    3 votes
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    Capcom Fighting Jam: Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Capcom Fighting Evolution
    Capcom Fighting Jam: Original Soundtrack (カプコン ファイティング ジャム オリジナルサウンドトラック, Kapukon Faitingu Jamu Orijinaru Saundotorakku) is the official licened soundtrack of the video game by the same name (Known as Capcom Fighting Evolution outside of Japan.). It was released on December 12, 2004 in Japan only. This collection features music found in the game by composer Noriyuki Asakura. The first pressing of this album came with an exclusive 8mm disc that featured both vocal and instrumental versions Ingrid's Theme by Maiko Kubo. The artwork for the cover was by Shikiro. Note: All titles are listed on the back of the jewel case are in english text, with two exceptions.
    7.00
    3 votes
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    Dance Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX 2 LIMITED EDITION MUSIC SAMPLER

    • Video game: Dance Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX 2
    On November 18, 2004 Konami Digital Entertainment of America released Dance Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX 2 on the Xbox in the United States. To encourage sales, they released a limited edition music CD featuring songs from the game. These "exclusive music sampler" are available only to those who reserve the game before its release, typically at a GameStop or EB Games retail outlet. The CD contains tracks taken directly from the game as well as unique remixes done by Konami's in-house artists. Because of Dance Dance Revolution's musical nature the music found in the game and on the CD feature a broad range of musical styles. Known to Konami as V-RARE SOUNDTRACK-4 USA, the V-RARE moniker had first been used by Konami to release similar albums in Japan to commemorate Bemani game releases there and still are to this date are. In Japan the music CDs are usually bundled with a given game upon release. To date Konami has released 13 V-RARE discs in the US to promote various Dance Dance Revolution game releases and has released them through various video game and non-video game vendors such as GameStop, EB Games, Toys "R" Us, and Burger King. Of the tracks that comprise this CD the more
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    Ecco: Songs of Time

    • Video game: Ecco the Dolphin
    Songs of Time is an album which contains the original soundtrack from the Sega CD version of Ecco the Dolphin and Ecco: The Tides of Time. It was released on September 3, 1996. The music is composed by Spencer Nilsen. The music is atmospheric and ambient, heavy on high-quality synthesizer, low-frequency percussion and various samples, including dolphin squeaks and squeals. The title is derived from Ecco: The Tides of Time.
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    Hitman: Contracts

    • Video game: Hitman: Contracts
    The score for Hitman: Contracts composed by Jesper Kyd was released in 2004. It is arguably darker in composition when compared to Jesper Kyd's scores of previous or subsequent Hitman games. The score features the same Latin choral arrangements as in all the other scores; however, they are heavily sampled and mixed into the dark electronic soundscape. As summed up by Kyd: The score has been awarded the title of "Best Original Music" at the 2005 BAFTA Games Awards. All music composed by Jesper Kyd. Besides the original Jesper Kyd score, the game features the following songs:
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    Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops
    Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack for Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, released for Sony's PlayStation Portable. The soundtrack contains 44 tracks composed by: Akihiro Honda, Kazuma Jinnouchi, Nobuko Toda, Takahiro Izutani, Norihiko Hibino & Yoshitaka Suzuki. The soundtrack was released on December 20th, 2006.
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    Rockman X8

    • Video game: Mega Man X8
    Released on the thirteenth of April, 2005, Rockman X8 Original Soundtrack, contains the original sound-track from the game Rockman X8; the latest game from the Mega Man X Series. The album has great influences of Hard Rock.
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    Sonic Adventure 2 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Sonic Adventure 2
    Sonic Adventure 2 Multi-Dimensional Original Soundtrack (also known as Sonic Adventure 2 Original Soundtrack) is the licenced soundtrack of the 2001 video game Sonic Adventure 2. It was released by WaveMaster Entertainment on August 22, 2001
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    Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean
    The Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean Original Soundtrack is composed and arranged by Motoi Sakuraba. It is a two CD album containing all the music from the game. It was published by TEAM Entertainment, on December 17, 2003. The soundtrack is presented in the standard jewel case format, with a hinged media tray to contain both the CDs. Like many Japanese printed media, the album is supposed to be used from right to left. For a Westerner, it would appear that the album cover has been placed on the backside of the album, and that the CDs one and two have been interchanged. There is a 10 page booklet inside the album, featuring character arts, a central poster, and comments by the producer, director, composer and arranger. One thing which makes the packaging particular, is that it was printed to be seen right-side-up. This is why the cover art is higher than it is large (since it is also on the back side, it is not square). Toys "R" Us released a bonus CD that came packaged with the game. The CD contains seven songs: * From "Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean Original Soundtrack" booklet. Retrieved 26 July 2007.
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    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Official Soundtrack Box Set

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
    The official and complete collection of the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City soundtrack was released internationally on October 29, 2002. In addition to the box set each soundtrack available in the collection can be purchased individually. This highly acclaimed limited edition Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Official Soundtrack Box Set package, according to the official site, "is for the ardent collector, and for those who fully appreciate consumer efficiency. All seven discs come specially packaged and affordably priced. Each Grand Theft Auto: Vice City OST CD contains a special access code to the Sony ConnecteD area of Epic Records' Vicecityradio.com, enabling one to download unique cheat codes, as well as other exclusive Vice City content related to the game".
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    Wild Arms albums

    • Video game: Wild Arms
    Albums for the video game Wild Arms contain music from the original title of the Wild Arms series developed by Japanese software company Media.Vision. Two separate albums, one released alongside the 1996 PlayStation game, and the other ten years later, contain the original background music from the game, while a single drama album contains a spoken-word interpretation of events in the game. All music featured on each album was composed by Michiko Naruke and carries a contemporary American Western feel intermixed with electronic instrumentation. As each album was only released commercially in Japan, track names contain original Japanese character names and spelling. The Wild Arms Original Game Soundtrack is a music soundtrack for the video game Wild Arms, and was released one month after the PlayStation title on January 22, 1997. The album was marketed and sold exclusively in Japan, and was issued a re-print two years later in October 1999. While the original release was published under the now-defunct Antinos Records label, the re-issue was sold under Sony Pictures Entertainment Visual Works, later known as Aniplex. All tracks were composed by Michiko Naruke, who would be
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    Biohazard 2 Complete Track

    • Video game: Resident Evil 2
    The Biohazard 2 Complete Track album was composed by Masami Ueda, Shusaku Uchiyama, and Shun Nishigaki for the video game Biohazard 2, known as Resident Evil 2 outside Japan. It contains most of the tracks left out of the incomplete Biohazard 2 Original Soundtrack released earlier that year along with in-game sound effects on Disc Two.
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    Dragon Ball Z 3 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3
    Dragon Ball Z 3: Original Soundtrack (ドラゴンボールZ3 オリジナルサウンドトラック, Doragon Bōru Zetto Surī Orizinaru Saundotorakku) is the official licensed soundtrack of the video games for the PS2 by the same name (Known as Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 in English speaking countries). It was released by Team Entertainment on March 2, 2005 in Japan only. Like its predecessor Dragon Ball Z & Z 2 Original Soundtrack this album contains a collaboration of American as well as Japanese artists. American credits include Steve Lukather guitarist of the 80's rock band Toto and 70's R&B Soul Funk band Tower of Power, but despite these credits the album remains a Japanese exclusive. The opening theme "Ore wa Tokoton Tomaranai" is performed by Hironobu Kageyama. As its title suggests this release stays focused on tracks that are heard on Budokai 3, unlike its predecessor which focused on the first two games on a single disc. As a result the soundtrack's track list appears to contain a more complete selection. However, many compositions that were featured throughout the trilogy's story modes yet were left out of the previous soundtrack were still overlooked, prompting many disappointed fans to rip copies of the
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    Sonic Heroes

    • Video game: Sonic Heroes
    The Sonic Heroes Official Soundtrack features music from the 3D platforming game, Sonic Heroes. "This Machine" was the first song ever released by the electronic-rock group Julien-K. The song is about Shadow the Hedgehog, Rouge the Bat and E-123 Omega, the three characters which comprise the "Team Dark" faction in the game, and it is sung from Shadow's perspective. The song appears on the game's official soundtrack. "What I'm Made Of..." is a song by the band Crush 40, which appeared in the SEGA game Sonic Heroes. The song was used for the final boss battle in the game against Metal Overlord. The song is one of two Crush 40 songs in the game, the other being the much more upbeat main title song, Sonic Heroes. What I'm Made Of... marked the beginning of a darker Crush 40 sound, a sound that would appear again in the next Sonic-related game, Shadow The Hedgehog, in the shape of the song "I Am... All Of Me". A demo version of the song was leaked on the internet months before the game's release that featured early instrumental work and a rough draft of the song's chorus. The vocal tracks on this album (Sonic Heroes, We Can, Follow Me, This Machine, Team Chaotix, What I'm Made Of) are
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    Sonic The Hedgehog Boom

    • Video game: Sonic the Hedgehog CD
    Sonic the Hedgehog Boom: The Music from Sonic CD and Sonic Spinball, also shortened as Sonic Boom, is the official soundtrack album to the 1993 platform video games Sonic the Hedgehog CD (US ver.) and Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball, released by Sega as part of the Sonic the Hedgehog series. Released on February 2, 1994 and made available to customers who pre-ordered Sonic the Hedgehog 3 at retailer Toys "R" Us, the album features music from both featured games composed and produced by Spencer Nilsen, David J. Young and Sterling. The songs featured from the North American version of Sonic CD are extended versions and the songs featured from Sonic Spinball are remixes. The sound track has Q-Sound Mixing Technology as with music on the Game CD, it was recorded using special Q-Sound mixing equipment and software. This provides a simulated 3D sound scape from 2 Stereo speakers or headphones and Normal Red book CD audio. All music composed by Spencer Nilsen, David J. Young and/or Sterling.
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    Soul Edge Original Soundtrack - Khan Super Session

    • Video game: Soul Edge
    Soul Edge Original Soundtrack - Khan Super Session is a new soundtrack created for the Soul Edge video game installment. It has tracks that differ from the original, but nonetheless reflect each character in the game's roster. Its Publisher was BMG Japan Entertainment and composed by Bentenmaru (KHAN) (tracks 2, 8, 10, 16), Taku Iwasaki (tracks 9, 13, 15), Masumi Ito (1, 3, 5, 7, 11, 14] tracks), Yoshiyuki Ito (6, 12 tracks) and Aki Hata (track 4). Arrangements were done by KHAN (2, 16), Kazunori Miyake (2),Himeko Yamamoto (8, 10, 16), Masumi Ito (1, 3, 5, 7, 11, 14), Taku Iwasaki (9, 13, 15), Yoshiyuki Ito (6) and Aki Hata (4, 12). Its Catalog Number is BVCH-732. The song versions from this album differ slightly from those on PlayStation disc. Almost every track is extended and is a longer, arranged version of what can be heard while playing the game. On the CD, "The Edge of Soul" in its full version can be found. The game version was edited down to fit the opening movie better.
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    Speed Racer

    • Video game: Speed Racer
    The original musical soundtrack of the Speed Racer video game was composed by Winifred Phillips. The original music for the video game was produced by Winnie Waldron. As of July 2008 it has not received a commercial release, although three tracks from the soundtrack are available for online streaming in the "High Score! The New Era of Video Game Music" section of Tracksounds.com. Tracks from the soundtrack are also available for listening via the composer's website. The soundtrack of Speed Racer: The Videogame includes the following tracks: In an interview with Dreamstation.cc journalist Benjamin Ortiz, composer Winifred Phillips described the early stages of music production on the Speed Racer video game project: "On all my movie tie-in projects, the music had to be complete for the tie-in game long before it needed to be complete for the film. That means I’ve written and recorded all the music for the game long before the movie composer has even begun work on the film score... which makes it impossible for my music to incorporate elements of the film soundtrack... For this project, the game’s producer Andy Satterthwaite and I developed a music design document together, and then
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    Age of Mythology Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Age of Mythology
    Age of Mythology Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album of video game music from the Real-time strategy game Age of Mythology, produced by Microsoft Game Studios for the PC.
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    Baten Kaitos: Origins Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Baten Kaitos Origins
    The Baten Kaitos Origins Original Soundtrack is composed and arranged by Motoi Sakuraba and is partially orchestrated. It is a three CD album containing all the music from the game. It was published by TEAM Entertainment, on March 28, 2006 The soundtrack is presented in the standard jewel case format, with a hinged media tray to contain all the CDs. Like many Japanese printed media, the album is supposed to be used from right to left. For a Westerner, it would appear that the album cover has been placed on the backside of the album. There is also a booklet inside the album, featuring character arts, a central poster, and comments by the producer, director, composer and arranger.
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    Final Fantasy IV: Original Sound Version

    • Video game: Final Fantasy IV
    Final Fantasy IV Original Sound Version is a soundtrack album of video game music from the computer role-playing game Final Fantasy IV, produced by Square Co., Ltd. for the Super Famicom (known internationally as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System). The album contains the musical tracks from the game, performed by Nobuo Uematsu. It was first released on June 14, 1991, by Square Brand/NTT Publishing Co., Ltd,, and subsequently re-released on November 26, 1994, and October 1, 2004, by NTT Publishing Co., Ltd.. The original release bears the catalog number N23D-001, and the re-release bears the catalog number NTCP-5014. The only song not included on the soundtrack is the Chocobo Forest theme. Also, the theme playing during the full motion video included in Final Fantasy IV as part of Final Fantasy Chronicles was never released on any album. Final Fantasy IV: Official Soundtrack is North America's own release of the Final Fantasy IV: Original Sound Version album that came with the purchase of Final Fantasy Chronicles. This is nearly the same release as Final Fantasy IV: Original Sound Version except that some song titles were changed a little and a bonus track was added.
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    Final Fantasy VIII: Original Soundtrack

    Final Fantasy VIII: Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Final Fantasy VIII
    Final Fantasy VIII Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album of video game music from the computer role-playing game Final Fantasy VIII, produced by Square Co., Ltd. for the PlayStation and Microsoft Windows-based personal computer. The album contains the musical tracks from the game, performed by Nobuo Uematsu. It was first released on March 10, 1999, by DigiCube, and was subsequently re-released on May 10, 2004, by Square Enix. The original release bears the catalog number SSCX-10028, Music Collection bears the catalog number EASQUARE-0001, and the re-release bears the catalog number SQEX-10005. A limited edition of the OST was produced. The only difference was for the cover, which shows the Final Fantasy VIII logo on a beige background instead of FMVs montage. The liner notes coming with the package were scaled to fit in 10 inches by 5.75 inches and they were "sewn" in the inside cover. Another release titled Final Fantasy VIII Music Collection: Music From The Final Fantasy VIII Video Game was produced. It is the North America release of the OST. The tracks are the same, but some things have changed. It comes with a slipcase and the CDs are kept in a square folder-style
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    Jets'n'Guns Soundtrack

    • Video game: Jets'n'Guns
    The Jets'n'Guns Soundtrack was composed and performed by the SID Metal band Machinae Supremacy for the Jets'n'Guns computer game. The soundtrack is available for download on their site. In an interview with Robert Stjärnström, he said of the soundtrack "since they didn’t have vocals, there was no pressure to follow any standard pop song "form". Free reins." . The downloadable soundtrack is encoded at higher quality than the versions included with the game (which were reduced for download size reasons), and slightly longer, as the music was cut so that it can be looped in the game. The downloadable soundtrack does not include "Hero". Hero is available separately on the Machinae Supremacy site. Despite being released in late 2004, the soundtrack has many songs based on songs from the 2006 album Redeemer, which was mostly produced in 2004, for example the name "Futuremachine" was a hint from Robert Stjärnström that it was going to be a future Machinae Supremacy song, which turned out to be Reanimator. The song "Lava Trouble Bubble" was based on the song Rise, and "Machinaeguns" and "Dududub Dududum" were based on the song Empire. "Flight of the Toyota" has been remade into a new song
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    PaRappa the Rapper

    • Video game: PaRappa the Rapper
    PaRappa the Rapper is the original soundtrack to the PlayStation videogame of the same name. The music featured was composed by Masaya Matsuura.
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    Silent Hill 2 Original Soundtracks

    • Video game: Silent Hill 2
    Silent Hill 2 Original Soundtracks is the acclaimed soundtrack of video game music from the survival horror game, Silent Hill 2. The album contains musical tracks from the game composed by Akira Yamaoka. The soundtrack was released in Japan on October 3, 2001 with a price of ¥2,427 bearing the catalog number KMCA-120.
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    Sonic Adventure: Songs with Attitude

    • Video game: Sonic Adventure
    Sonic Adventure Songs With Attitude ~ Vocal Mini-Album ~ is the video game music album from the 3D platformer Sonic Adventure for the Dreamcast video game console developed and produced by Sega. The album contains musical tracks from the game composed by Jun Senoue, Fumie Kumatani, and Kenichi Tokoi. The songs serve as the theme songs for the protagonists for the game. It was released on December 2, 1998. "Open Your Heart" is the main theme of Sonic Adventure, and also the song played in the first stage of the battle against Perfect Chaos. It was performed by Crush 40. The songs lyrics are somewhat character-driven as they embody the epic final battle between Super Sonic and Perfect Chaos. The song was composed by Jun Senoue, who had been working as the head music director for Sonic related video games for many years. In an early demo version of the song, Jun provided the vocals for the song. Eventually, Hardline frontman Johnny Gioeli was chosen as the lead vocalist and Crush 40 was born (although they were not officially named that until years later; at this point in time, their name was "Sons of Angels"). Also involved in the song are Takeshi Taneda on bass guitar and Toru
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    Tank! THE! BEST!

    Tank! THE! BEST!

    • Video game: Cowboy Bebop: Tsuioku no Serenade
    Cowboy Bebop Tank! THE! BEST! is the final album by The Seatbelts, containing 12 tracks including three all-new songs written for the 2005 game, featuring the vocals of Ilaria Graziano (Bolded below). Other songs are selected from the TV series and the Cowboy Bebop movie. The first pressing of the CD included a bonus sticker. The band split after this recording.
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    Biohazard: The Umbrella Chronicles Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles
    The Biohazard: The Umbrella Chronicles Original Soundtrack was composed by Masafumi Takada and Jun Fukuda from Grasshopper Manufacture featuring Ada Wong as the cover. The album was released in Japan on December 19th. It was published by Suleputer and was distributed by Sony Music Distribution for ¥3150. The soundtrack includes a full-colour booklet. Initially produced items are limited editions with special sleeve cases.
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    Gradius Arcade Soundtrack

    • Video game: Gradius
    The Gradius Arcade Soundtrack is a 2-disc compilation of BGM and arrangements from Konami's Gradius video game series, primarily composed by Konami Kukeiha Club with arrangements by prominent video game composers such as Sōta Fujimori and Miki Higashino. It was released exclusively in Japan on April 24, 2002.
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    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City soundtrack

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
    The soundtrack to the 2002 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City consists of music played on the various in-game radio stations the player can tune into after entering most types of cars and motorcycles, but it has also been released in a box set of seven separate CDs (dubbed the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Official Soundtrack Box Set), with the European editions of the CDs containing a few extra songs that are not on the United States edition. Most radio stations play a mixture of music, DJ chat, and spoof advertising, all of which are included on the CDs. The stations each reflect one style of music intended to evoke the atmosphere of the time. DJ: Fernando Martinez Genre: Power ballad, Rock Tracklist: Summary: Hosted by Fernando Martinez (voiced by Frank Chavez) and features power ballads. An album of the songs from the station is available separately or as part of the Vice City soundtrack box set, and is the only radio station with all of its songs on the official CD. An exaggerated stereotype of a Latin Lothario, Martinez believes he has a gift with the ladies and as a match-maker. With his first appearance, in Grand Theft Auto III, he is exposed as a non-Latin pimp from
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    Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance Limited Sorter

    • Video game: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
    Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance Limited Soundtrack Ultimate Sorter Edition is a soundtrack that came packaged with a special edition sorter of Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance. Music is composed by: Norihiko Hibino & TAPPY.
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    Parasite Eve II Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Parasite Eve II
    Parasite Eve II Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album of video game music from the console role-playing game Parasite Eve II, produced by Square Co., Ltd. for the Playstation. The music was composed by Naoshi Mizuta. Track listings and lengths found at "Chudah's Corner"
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    Silent Hill 4: The Room - Original Soundtracks

    • Video game: Silent Hill 4: The Room
    Silent Hill 4: The Room - Original Soundtrack is the 2-disc soundtrack of video game music from the survival horror game, Silent Hill 4: The Room. The album contains musical tracks from the game composed by Akira Yamaoka. The soundtrack was released in Japan on June 17, 2004 with a price of ¥2,600 bearing the catalog number LC1292-3. There was a limited edition single disc version of the soundtrack for North America which contained 20 tracks, the majority of which were exclusives not found on the Japanese soundtrack. The original soundtrack of Silent Hill 4: The Room. Dramatic storytelling by Ichiryusai Teisui with background music by Akira Yamaoka. The limited edition soundtrack of Silent Hill 4: The Room.
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    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

    • Video game: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
    The Legend of Zelda: Original Sound Track is a soundtrack album by composer Koji Kondo, featuring the complete score to the 1998 Nintendo 64 video game, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. It was released on December 18, 1998 through Pony Canyon. Although taking the lead on the next Zelda game's score, this score would be the last one on which Kondo ever worked alone as a composer. A re-make of the score was released by a group of transcribers known as the Zelda Reorchestrated (ZREO) Team in 2009. Every track from the game was re-made using high-end orchestral samples, found on many torrent sites under the title of "ZREO OoT Complete Collection". A third version of the soundtrack featuring 51 tracks was released by Nintendo, in 2011, worldwide for free by a Club Nintendo mail out offer, to coincide with the release of the 3DS edition and also the 25th anniversary of the release of the original Legend of Zelda game. The offer required the user to register online their 3DS version of the game, and was only available in each region for several months following the release of the game. It included all the tracks of the original US release, several more (but not all) tracks from the
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    Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto IV
    The soundtrack to the game Grand Theft Auto IV, like the previous games in the series, is mostly made up of in-game radio stations. These radio stations can be listened to when driving various vehicles in the game, or at the start menu. Radio stations in past Grand Theft Auto games have included licensed music, original music made specifically for the game, DJ chat, and spoof advertising. This game includes 19 in-game radio stations (20 in the PC edition) and over 200 tracks. Of the 19 stations, 16 are musical stations while the other 3 are talk radio. The soundtrack is expanded by purchasing two episodes of downloadable content, Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned and Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony, which each add over 50 songs and a talk radio program to the existing radio stations. The songs included with the downloadable content carry over to the compilation disc Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City but songs featured originally in Grand Theft Auto IV do not. Instead there are three exclusive radio stations featuring 48 songs not available for the original game. The radio stations play songs in a random order and will still start at a random point
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    Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance Ultimate Sorter Edition

    • Video game: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
    Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance Original Soundtrack Ultimate Sorter Edition is soundtrack included with special edition sorter for Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance. All tracks are composed by Harry Gregson-Williams & Norihiko Hibino.
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    ZX Tunes

    • Video game: Mega Man ZX
    Rockman ZX Soundtrack -ZX Tunes- is the first remastered soundtrack album to be released for the Mega Man ZX series. The album consists of 2 Discs called Aile and Vent, named after the hero and the heroine of the game. It also features one vocal track, Innocence, and five remix tracks (four of which are guest remixes, one of which is a shortened version of Innocence).
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    Biohazard Original Soundtrack Remix

    • Video game: Resident Evil
    The Biohazard Original Soundtrack Remix was composed by Makoto Tomozawa, Akari Kaida, and Masami Ueda for the video game Biohazard, known as Resident Evil outside Japan. All compositions were rearranged by Makoto Tomozawa and mixed in QSound technology.
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    Final Fantasy Ⅲ: Original Sound Version

    • Video game: Final Fantasy III
    Final Fantasy III: Original Sound Version is a soundtrack album of video game music from the computer role-playing game Final Fantasy III, produced by Square Co., Ltd. for the Famicom (known internationally as the Nintendo Entertainment System). The album contains the musical tracks from the game, performed by Nobuo Uematsu. It was released on July 15, 1991, by NTT Publishing Co., Ltd,. The original release bears the catalog number N23D-002. The original release of the soundtrack had an english track list included, but Square Enix Music has some different translations of the tracks on this album. Here are the differences: Original Sound Version Final Fantasy 03: Original Sound Version
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    Killer Cuts

    • Video game: Killer Instinct
    Killer Cuts is a soundtrack album released and packaged with the video game Killer Instinct on the Super Nintendo in 1995; many of the tracks were arranged and included the character's theme songs in addition to the songs featured in the fighting stages. Although exclusive to the pack-in with the game, it could be bought via the Nintendo Power magazine catalog. To date, the album is difficult to find, as it wasn't sold in stores or distributed massively beyond being included with Killer Instinct. It is not known to this date why Nintendo or Rare decided to do this, but it was common for most to simply take the CD out after the 15th track. There is an issue of Nintendo Power that revealed the hidden track #30 with the Humiliation theme.
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    LOST AND FOUND SHADOW THE HEDGEHOG VOCAL TRAX

    • Video game: Shadow the Hedgehog
    Lost and Found: Shadow the Hedgehog Vocal Trax is a video game soundtrack album for the 2005 video game Shadow the Hedgehog. It was released as a CD in February 2006. The album contains seven songs, six directly from the game and one remix.
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    Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
    Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes Original Soundtrack is the licened soundtrack of the hit video game Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. The music was composed by Yuko Takehara and Masato Koda. It was released by Capcom's own Suleputer label on March 21, 1998 in Japan only. Notes
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    Namco × Capcom: Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Namco x Capcom
    Namco × Capcom Original Soundtrack (ナムコ クロス カプコン オリジナル・サウンドトラック, Namuko Kurosu Kapukon Orijinaru Saundotorakku) is the soundtrack to the PS2 video game by the same name. It was released on July 7, 2005 in Japan. The album features work by composer Yuzo Koshiro, the game's theme song Subarashiki Shin Sekai was performed by Flair.
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    Smashing...Live!

    Smashing...Live!

    • Video game: Super Smash Bros. Melee
    Smashing...Live! was a live, orchestrated performance by the New Japan Philharmonic of many of the musical theme songs from the game Super Smash Bros. Melee for Nintendo GameCube (GCN). The music was recorded and released as a promotional album in 2003. It was given away as a bonus for subscribing to Nintendo Power magazine in North America. The album was given for free to the subscribers of the time, as well as in issue #137 of the British Nintendo Official Magazine. Japan was the only country to see the album for sale. Such a manner of release can make it difficult to locate. Unlike most other video game soundtracks, which are essentially recordings of game music, all of the pieces for Smashing...Live! are completely re-arranged and fully orchestrated. As the album is live, the audience can sometimes be heard giving a round of applause after each piece. In the final track, "Rainbow Cruise", the audience claps along to the beat of the music for the second half of the performance.
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    Stubbs the Zombie: The Soundtrack

    • Video game: Stubbs the Zombie in "Rebel Without a Pulse"
    This is the companion soundtrack to the Xbox, Windows and Macintosh game Stubbs the Zombie in "Rebel Without a Pulse". The soundtrack was well received by gamers and music lovers alike. It features covers of 50s and 60s-era songs, as well as the original track "The Living Dead", all performed by modern-day established and up-and-coming artists such as The Flaming Lips, Phantom Planet, Ben Kweller, The Raveonettes, and Death Cab for Cutie.
    7.50
    2 votes
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    Unreal official soundtrack

    Unreal official soundtrack

    • Video game: Unreal
    All tracks written by Straylight Productions and Michiel van den Bos. This 13-track album, which only lasts half an hour, is merely a sample of the game's full 32-tune soundtrack which, with MOD subtunes included, plays for well over two hours. The full soundtrack also features "Isotoxin", a contribution by former Straylight member Necros/FM.
    7.50
    2 votes
    135

    Uru Music

    • Video game: Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
    Uru Music is an album containing music from the computer video game Uru: Ages Beyond Myst, part of the popular Myst series, composed by Tim Larkin. According to an interview included on the enhanced CD, Larkin had worked on creating different sounds for the second Myst game, Riven and was chosen to score Uru after composer Robyn Miller left the Cyan production company. Larkin notes in the same interview that he chose the instrumentation for each track based upon the different digital environments in the game. When the player is in the game's rendering of a cleft in New Mexico, for example, Larkin uses resonator slide guitar and flutes, creating what he calls something "indigenous to a southwest type of feel that's very contemporary", while in other areas Larkin describes the game's music as being "less typical than what you would find in most games" due to the developers creating "such an exotic landscape." To create both the "contemporary" and "exotic" types of music in the game, Larkin employed a combination of real and synthesized instruments, sometimes upgrading synthesized performances to those of real musicians, as in "Gallery Theme", where a synthesized vocal part was
    7.50
    2 votes
    136
    6.33
    3 votes
    137

    Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
    The Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack to Konami's 2001 stealth game Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. Most of the original music was composed and arranged by Harry Gregson-Williams, with the exceptions of "Metal Gear Solid Main Theme", composed by TAPPY, "Can't Say Goodbye to Yesterday", written by Rika Muranaka and performed by the Felix Farrar Orchestra and (in the full version) Carla White, and "Fortune" and "Who Am I Really?", composed by Norihiko Hibino. "Opening Infiltration", "RAY Escapes", "The World Needs Only One Big Boss!" and "Arsenal Is Going to Take Off!" were co-composed by Gregson-Williams and Hibino. The CD was released on November 29, 2001 – the same day as the Japanese release of the game. A second soundtrack to Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Soundtrack 2: The Other Side, was released in 2002.
    6.33
    3 votes
    138
    No More Heroes Original Sound Tracks

    No More Heroes Original Sound Tracks

    • Video game: No More Heroes
    No More Heroes Original Sound Tracks is a soundtrack album for the video game No More Heroes, and was released on January 23, 2008. It features all 70 original compositions by music director Masafumi Takada, spanning over a 3-disc set. The soundtrack met extremely positive acclaim to the fan community and players of No More Heroes. Although heard in the game, the song "Heavenly Star" by Genki Rockets is not featured on the soundtrack.
    6.33
    3 votes
    139
    Silent Hill 3 Original Soundtracks

    Silent Hill 3 Original Soundtracks

    • Video game: Silent Hill 3
    Silent Hill 3 Original Soundtracks is the soundtrack of video game music from the survival horror game, Silent Hill 3. The album contains musical tracks from the game composed by Akira Yamaoka. The soundtrack was released in Japan on July 16, 2003 with a price of ¥2,548 bearing the catalog number KOLA-038. A version of the soundtrack was also packaged with the Silent Hill 3 game in North America. The version is identical to Silent Hill 3 Original Soundtracks except that it excludes track #26. "Lost Carol" was sampled by dubstep artist Burial in the song "Endorphin" on his 2007 album Untrue.
    6.33
    3 votes
    140

    The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

    • Video game: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
    The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Original Soundtrack (ゼルダの伝説 ムジュラの仮面 オリジナルサウンドトラック, Zeruda no Densetsu Mujura no Kamen Orijinaru Saundotorakku) is a soundtrack album by Koji Kondo, featuring the complete score to the Nintendo 64 video game, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Unlike the soundtrack of Ocarina of Time, it was released over two discs, comprising 112 tracks overall. Three tracks were composed by Toru Minegishi; "Battle", "Mini Boss" and "Boss Battle". It was released on June 23, 2000 by Pioneer LDC. In the US it was released as a Nintendo Power exclusive on November 15, 2000, featuring alternate cover art. In Europe a shortened version was distributed to Club Nintendo members. All songs written and composed by Koji Kondo, except three by Toru Minegishi.  All songs written and composed by Koji Kondo, except three by Toru Minegishi.
    6.33
    3 votes
    141

    The Longest Journey Soundtrack

    • Video game: The Longest Journey
    The Longest Journey is a soundtrack album to the video game of the same name. It has been released as a CD and is freely downloadable from the game's official website. There are, however, minor differences between the versions. The web release has seven tracks not available on the CD, and the CD has one track not available for download. Some of the tracks have changed order and a few have a different name. The last four tracks (of both releases) contain music composed by Tor Linløkken; the rest is composed by Bjørn Arve Lagim. (*) = Name according to ID3, however the official site states the same as the CD-release. (**) = Official site states name "Inside the Ancient City", this is however the same track as "Inside the Alatien City" from the CD. (***) = This is the same track as the one named "Unicorn" on the CD.
    6.33
    3 votes
    142

    Wipeout

    • Video game: Wipeout
    Wipeout: The Music is a soundtrack album of various, non-mainstream, alternative British electronica artists and other European producers from the video game of the same name, released in 1995. Wipeout, released for Sony PlayStation in 1995, was one of the first video games to incorporate electronic music by non-mainstream, alternative artists into the game. The artwork for the album was made by The Designers Republic in their typical futuristic style, in line with the artwork of the game and its future setting. The soundtrack album had a different track list than the game itself, making use of only a few songs that were present in-game. Aside from tracks 1, 2 and 5, no other tracks from the album appear in the game, instead tracks by artist Cold Storage were used.
    6.33
    3 votes
    143

    Act of War Soundtrack

    • Video game: Act of War: Direct Action
    Act Of War soundtrack, composed by Marc Canham and Jonathan Williams, performed at Nimrod Studio Orchestra. The score to the 2005 geo-political thriller real-time strategy game series Act of War:Direct Action and for 2006 Act of War: High Treason.
    8.00
    1 votes
    144

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

    • Video game: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
    The original musical soundtrack of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory video game was composed by Winifred Phillips. The original music for the video game was produced by Winnie Waldron. Choir and solo vocals were performed by Winifred Phillips As of July 2008 the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory videogame soundtrack has not received a commercial release, although a medley of tracks from the score is available for online streaming via the composer's website. Several tracks from the soundtrack album are also streamed as background music on the game’s official website. The soundtrack of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The Videogame includes the following tracks: Describing a meeting during E3 2004 with the developer of what would become her first video game project, God of War, composer Winifred Phillips told interviewer Jonathan Shearon of the web site Music On Film, “Strangely enough, during that very same convention I also met with the developer for my second game project, and we talked in general terms about the music needs of one of their upcoming titles, which turned out to be the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory console game. So I’d have to say that E3 2004 launched my
    8.00
    1 votes
    145
    FINAL FANTASY IX Original Soundtrack PLUS

    FINAL FANTASY IX Original Soundtrack PLUS

    • Video game: Final Fantasy IX
    Final Fantasy IX Original Soundtrack PLUS is a soundtrack album to the video game Final Fantasy IX. It consists of one disc full of music from FMVs within the game, as well as eight extra tracks and one bonus track, some of which are re-makes of older Final Fantasy songs. The soundtrack was released on December 6 2000 by DigiCube with the catalogue number SSCX-10047, before being re-released on October 20 2004 by Square Enix with the catalogue number SQEX-10035.
    8.00
    1 votes
    146

    Grand Theft Auto III soundtrack

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto III
    The Grand Theft Auto III soundtrack from the video game, can be played on various radio stations which the player can listen to after a car has been acquired. The soundtrack has found popularity outside the game's fanbase. Most radio stations play a mixture of music, DJ chat, and spoof advertising. The stations each reflect one style of music intended to evoke a certain atmosphere. Some stations feature songs that were written specially for the soundtrack (or in some cases for the soundtracks of previous games in the series). Most of these tracks were written by Craig Conner and Stuart Ross, often with vocals and performances by other musicians. Where music has been created by Conner and Ross, a fictional band is credited to the song, and often the name of the band or the music itself is a parody of a well-known artist's style. Other stations, however, use music licensed from various record labels; this combination differs from those of the game's predecessors, which featured entirely original soundtracks. The station that plays when the player gets in a car is fairly random (and can be changed or switched off if desired), but there are certain factors that will make the "choice"
    8.00
    1 votes
    147

    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Video Game Soundtrack

    • Video game: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
    The Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Video Game Soundtrack is a video game soundtrack composed by James Hannigan for the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince video game. The soundtrack for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Video Game was composed by James Hannigan and recorded with the Philharmonia Orchestra at Air Studios in London . The twenty-nine track soundtrack was released on March 17, 2009.
    8.00
    1 votes
    148

    Kingdom Hearts Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Kingdom Hearts
    Kingdom Hearts Original Soundtrack is the official sound track for the PlayStation 2 game Kingdom Hearts. This 2-CD set contains every piece of music that was in the original version of the game, composed by Yoko Shimomura, with vocals done by Utada Hikaru on "Simple And Clean" (also called "Hikari" in the Japan version of the game, and game soundtrack), and on "Simple And Clean -PLANITb Remix- (Short Edit)". Tracks 2-34 and 2-35 are bonus tracks. Note: Although this is a Japanese CD release all songs, with exception of Hikari, have their names in English. Also note that not every song from the game is in this soundtrack. As this was the soundtrack for the original Kingdom Hearts, added tracks from the international versions and -FINAL MIX- were not included, and were released separately.
    8.00
    1 votes
    149

    Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake
    The Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack to Konami's stealth game Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake. The original music was composed by the KONAMI KuKeiHa CLUB and the CD was released on April 5, 1991. Arranged music based on Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake were used for the VR Training disc in Metal Gear Solid: Integral (which was released in North America as Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions). Additionally, Integral features two hidden tunes based on Metal Gear 2 available via a secret codec frequency in the main game. One is an arranged version of the "Theme of Solid Snake", while the other is an arrangement of "Zanzibar Breeze." "Theme of Solid Snake" made an appearance in Nintendo's crossover fighting game Super Smash Bros. Brawl on the Shadow Moses Island stage.
    8.00
    1 votes
    150

    PaRappa the Rapper 2

    • Video game: PaRappa the Rapper 2
    PaRappa the Rapper 2 is the original soundtrack to the PlayStation 2 videogame of the same name.
    8.00
    1 votes
    151

    Perfect Selection: Dracula Battle II

    • Video game: Castlevania: Rondo of Blood
    Perfect Selection: Dracula Battle II (Japanese パーフェクトセレクション ドラキュラ・バトルII) is an album arranged by Naoto Shibata (Anthem) and performed by 柴田直人プロジェクト (Naoto Shibata PROJECT), a group of musicians he put together. This album features metal renditions of several classic Akumajō Dracula (Castlevania) themes. It is the second and final album of the Dracula Battle series. It was released in Japan on June 21, 1995. The catalogue code for this album is KICA-1162.
    8.00
    1 votes
    152

    Perfect Selection: Dracula New Classic

    • Video game: Castlevania
    Perfect Selection: Dracula ~NEW CLASSIC~ (Japanese パーフェクトセレクション ドラキュラ・ニュークラシック) is an album by Konami, featuring classical renditions of several classic Castlevania themes. It was released in Japan on April 22, 1992. The catalog code for this album is KICA-1103.
    8.00
    1 votes
    153

    The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Soundtrack

    • Video game: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
    Zelda no Densetsu ~Kaze no Takt~ Original Sound Tracks is a sound track featuring music from the game The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. The soundtrack was composed by Kenta Nagata, Hajime Wakai, Toru Minegishi and Koji Kondo. It comes in a two disc set featuring one hundred and thirty-three songs. It was released on 19 March, 2003 and is priced at ￯﾿ᆬ3360. The presence and influence of folk music is evident in the soundtrack for The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, with the traditions and conventions of Irish Folk Music taking center stage. To this affect, many prominent selections possess a distinctive Irish demeanor, such as the Title theme, Outset Island, the Ocean theme, and especially Forest Haven, where the sepulchral yet supple drone and chanter of the uilleann pipes can be heard. Many of the aforementioned tracks also possess a melody characteristic of jigs, reels, hornpipes, and other variations of Irish dance, usually through a light, jubilant flute melody. The theme for Dragon Roost Island, however, is much more influenced by Andean or Incan music, relying heavily on pan flute and guitar.
    8.00
    1 votes
    154
    5.25
    4 votes
    155
    7.00
    2 votes
    156

    Dead Rising Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dead Rising
    The Dead Rising Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack album to the 2006 survival horror video game Dead Rising. Released on March 30, 2007 by Suleputer, the album features over 40 tracks from the game composed and performed by various artists.
    7.00
    2 votes
    157

    Dragon Ball Z: Super Butôden 3 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Super Butoden 3
    Dragon Ball Z: Super Butôden 3 Original Soundtrack (ドラゴンボールZ超武闘伝3 オリジナル・サウンドトラック, Doragon Bōru Zetto Chô Butôden Surī Orijinaru Saundotorakku, Dragon Ball Z: Super Fighting Story 3 Original Soundtrack) is the official licened soundtrack of the Dragon Ball Z video game by the same name. It was released by Forte Music Entertainment on October 21, 1994 in Japan only. This album features arranged (reproduced in a higher quality of musical resources.) Remixes by Kenji Yamamoto, since a majority of the compositions also appeared in Super Butôden 2.
    7.00
    2 votes
    158

    Freedom Fighters

    • Video game: Freedom Fighters
    Jesper Kyd composed the score to the game Freedom Fighters it was Gamespot's "Best Game Soundtrack of the Year 2003" and Game Reactor Magazine's "Best Game Music of the Year". Tracks 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 14 and 16 are performed by The Hungarian Radio Choir. The music has grand, Soviet-style, choral arrangements and the synth parts bring Vangelis to mind, indeed one reviewer referred to it as "Vangelis on steroids". An altogether epic and immediate score. He describes his thinking behind the score thus:
    7.00
    2 votes
    159
    Gradius V Soundtracks

    Gradius V Soundtracks

    • Video game: Gradius V
    Gradius V Soundtracks is a 1-disc soundtrack by Japanese composer Hitoshi Sakimoto containing 22 tracks of music arrangements heard in the PlayStation 2 video game Gradius V. The soundtrack contains both original scores created specifically for the game and remixes of material from previous games in the series.
    7.00
    2 votes
    160
    Halo 2, Vol. 2: Original Soundtrack

    Halo 2, Vol. 2: Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Halo 2
    Halo 2: Original Soundtrack Volume Two, is composed and produced by Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori for the video game Halo 2. This CD sports 12 tracks featuring music that was not previously available from Halo 2 Original Soundtrack: Volume One. According to Martin O'Donnell (statement below), he and Nile Rodgers, decided in 2004, that it would be a good idea to present the music from Halo 2 in two separate volumes. The first volume would contain songs that were "inspired by" bands and a few finished and mixed themes from the game. The second volume would then contain the rest of the scores from the game. (Quoted from O'Donnell) "The second volume would contain the rest of the music, some that I was still composing and producing, and would be rearranged for maximum listening pleasure." The volume is formatted in a 'suite' structure that corresponds with the chapters within the game. 1. Prologue...2:35 2. Cairo Suite...9:42 3. Mombasa Suite...6:41 4. Unyielding...3:04 5. Mausoleum Suite...8:10 6. Unforgotten...2:09 7. Delta Halo Suite...11:29 8. Sacred Icon Suite...7:26 9. Reclaimer...3:03 10. High Charity Suite...8:27 11. Finale...3:10 12.
    7.00
    2 votes
    161

    Shenmue

    • Video game: Shenmue
    Shenmue OST ~Chapter 1: Yokosuka~ or simply Shenmue OST is a soundtrack album for the video game Shenmue. It was written largely by Sega's Japanese video game composer Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, while Yuzo Koshiro contributed fifteen songs to the soundtrack. It was released on March 23, 2000 by Toshiba EMI. The soundtrack was featured and performed live at the first Symphonic Game Music Concert in Leipzig, Germany in 2003. The soundtrack features mainly music consisting of multi-instrumental tracks and a full symphonic orchestra, though it includes one vocal track sung in both Japanese and English. Many of the soundtrack are featured in the first Shenmue game. For example, Wish... plays during the motorcycle scene after Ryo rescues Nozomi (Ryo love interest) from the Mad Angels, Memories of Distant Days plays when Ryo remembers spending time with his father, Christmas on Dobuita Street its background music that plays while Ryo and Nazomi wanders Dobuita during Christmas time. Composed By Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, Yuzo Koshiro, Takeshi Yanagawa, Osamu Murata, Ryuji Iuchi. Arranged By: Yuzo Koshiro, Ryuji Iuchi, Nobuhiko Kashiwara.
    7.00
    2 votes
    162

    Sonic Adventure 2 Vocals Collection: Cuts Unleashed

    • Video game: Sonic Adventure 2
    Sonic Adventure 2 Vocals Collection: Cuts Unleashed is the video game music album from the 3D platforming Sonic Adventure 2 for the Sega Dreamcast video game console developed and produced by Sega. The album contains musical tracks from the game composed by Jun Senoue, and Kenichi Tokoi. It was released on 2001 by WaveMaster Entertainment.
    7.00
    2 votes
    163

    BioShock Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: BioShock
    The music soundtrack of BioShock is composed of licensed music from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, as well as an original orchestral score by Garry Schyman. The original score for BioShock was composed by Garry Schyman. A selection of tracks was released to fans for free on August 24, 2007 in MP3 format via the official 2K Games website. The downloadable soundtrack features 12 tracks from the game. The entire soundtrack for BioShock was collected on a vinyl record and included with the Special Edition of BioShock 2. It features almost all the tracks from the downloadable score, save for "The Dash", along with other unreleased tracks. The original score for BioShock 2 was composed by Garry Schyman. It was released to consumers in the special edition of the game under the name, Sounds From The Lighthouse (Official BioShock 2 Score) on February 9, 2010 on CD. The score soundtrack features all 26 tracks from the game. While playing BioShock and BioShock 2, phonographs will occasionally play music from the 1930s, 40s and 50s as the player explores. Following is a list of licensed songs that appear in BioShock and BioShock 2 Songs appearing briefly Licensed but unused songs In addition to
    6.00
    3 votes
    164

    Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dragon Ball Z Side Story: Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans
    Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyan Zetsumetsu Keikaku Original Soundtrack (ドラゴンボールZ外伝 サイヤ人絶滅計画オリジナル・サウンドトラック, Doragon Boru Zetto Gaiden: Saiyan Zetsumetsu Keikaku Orijinaru Saundotorakku, Dragon Ball Z Side Story: Plan To Eliminate the Saiyans Original Soundtrack) is the official licensed soundtrack of the Dragon Ball Z video game by the same name for the Famicom system and later the Playdia's Shin Saiyan Zetsumetsu Keikaku Parts 1 and 2. It was released by Forte Music Entertainment on October 21, 1993 in Japan only. It features music that was composed and arranged by Keiju Ishikawa. For the most part, the arrangement is comprized of synth keyboard-based work with added drum loops, however there are a few tracks that contain guitar work. The One unique feature on this album is that the tracks are listed in English instead of Japanese.
    6.00
    3 votes
    165
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    3 votes
    166

    Tales of Knighthood: Sonic and the Black Knight Original Soundtrax

    • Video game: Sonic and the Black Knight
    Tales of Knighthood: Sonic and the Black Knight Original Soundtrax (often shortened to just Tales of Knighthood) is the licensed soundtrack of the 2009 video game Sonic and the Black Knight. It was released by Wave Music Entertainment on April 8, 2009 in Japan's Sega Direct Stores only. The soundtrack is separated into two CD's who both features music from the game. The first CD features the main music from the Knight's Tale story while the second CD features more rare and special music from the Knight's Quest story. Two soundtracks were issued from Sonic and the Black Knight. Tales of Knighthood which featured the main game music, and Face to Faith which featured the tracks from the soundtrack to feature vocals, and both soundtracks were released on April 8, 2009. The song "Knight of the Wind" by Crush 40 is the main theme for the game. Before its final form on the soundtrack the song had slightly different versions. On Crush 40's compilation album The Best of Crush 40 – Super Sonic Songs another different version of the song appeared. The reason why the song was redone was because Jun Senoue was not pleased with the rhythm guitars on its final full version that appeared on the
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    3 votes
    167

    Wild ARMs: Advanced 3rd Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Wild Arms 3
    Wild Arms: Advanced 3rd Original Soundtrack is the complete soundtrack to Media.Vision's 2002 RPG, Wild Arms 3. It marks the first time a Wild Arms soundtrack has been released completely, rather than half of the soundtrack being on one disc, or songs being less than one minute. This soundtrack contains four versions of two vocal songs, "Advanced Wind", and "Only the Night Sky Knows". These versions being a whistled version, two Japanese versions, and an English version. Disc 1 Disc 2 Disc 3 Disc 4
    6.00
    3 votes
    168

    Akumajō Dracula Best

    • Video game: Castlevania II: Simon's Quest
    Akumajō Dracula Best Vol. 1 was released on March 20, 1990 with the catalog number KICA-1005, and a bonus sticker. It was rereleased on September 23, 1998 with the catalog number KICA-7901. It included the FDS version of Simon's Quest's music, and three bonus tracks from the NES version. The disc also includes the audio from Castlevania and Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, covering 33 tracks altogether and a total duration of 64:11:00. Some reviewers of Simon's Quest have praised Matsubara's compositions, noting Bloody Tears for remaining a favorite among fans of the series. GameSpy stated all of the music is "incredible", and noted it for being one of the first appearances of "classics like The Silence of Daylight".
    5.67
    3 votes
    169

    Castlevania: The Original Game Soundtrack

    • Video game: Castlevania 64
    Castlevania: The Original Game Soundtrack (悪魔城ドラキュラ黙示録 Original Game Soundtrack, Akumajō Dorakyura Mokushiroku Orijinaru Gēmu Saundotorakku, lit. "Devil's Castle Dracula Apocalypse Original Game Soundtrack") contains the music from Konami's 1999 video game Castlevania. It was released in Japan on March 26, 1999 at a retail price of 2,234 yen (approximately 19 United States dollars). The soundtrack was also released in Europe. Tomoya Tomita was the game's sound producer and director; Masahiro Kimura, Motoaki Furukawa, and Mariko Egawa composed the music. Their score is predominantly Minimalist and Ambient in composition. It features a wide variety of electronic instrumentation, ranging from the period harpsichord to contemporary beat synths. A notable exception is the violin solo in "Introduction", which was studio-recorded. The piece was performed by Tomokuni Katayama and is featured prominently at the game's title screen. Although many of the songs from Castlevania are featured on this album, some background music and most of the incidental music from the game did not make it onto the soundtrack. A few of the prominent missing songs include a variation of the boss theme "Shudder",
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    3 votes
    170

    Dragon Ball Z: Game Music Rebirth Edition

    • Video game: Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension
    Dragon Ball Z: Game Music Rebirth Compilation (ドラゴンボールZゲームミュージック・再生編, Doragon Bōru Zetto Gēmu Myūjikku Saisei-hen) is a licensed video game soundtrack from various games of Dragon Ball Z, and is also the follow up to the album Dragon Ball Z: Game Music Awakening Compilation. It was released by Columbia Records on April 20, 1996 in Japan only. This release includes music from Shin Butoden and Hyper Dimension to name a few. The album cover has miss lead many people to believing that the album is exclusive to the music of Hyper Dimension. 1-13.Kenji Yamamoto 14.Hironobu Kageyama 15.Shin'ichi Ishihara
    5.67
    3 votes
    171

    Final Fantasy VII: Voices of the Lifestream

    • Video game: Final Fantasy VII
    Voices of the Lifestream is an unofficial tribute album released by OverClocked ReMix in honor of Nobuo Uematsu's score for the popular video game, Final Fantasy VII. The album was released on September 14, 2007, to coincide with the 10th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII. Since its release, the collection has received praise from numerous video game sites and professional composers. Production of Voices of the Lifestream began in January 2006 as a personal endeavor by OverClocked ReMix Judge and ReMixer Andrew "zircon" Aversa to recreate the soundtrack of Final Fantasy VII. In a director’s note, Aversa credits his nostalgic experiences with the game as his motivation towards the project. A private forum was created to house development on the project and many community members were contacted to aid in developing a track list. Development of the project lasted over 20 months encompassing over 40 remixers credited with creating 45 tracks. The compilation was released on September 14, 2007, in correlation with Final Fantasy VII's 10th anniversary. Few physical copies of the compilation were made. The tracks were instead made available through digital distribution in lossless WAV and
    5.67
    3 votes
    172

    Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories soundtrack

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
    The soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories comprises radio stations that broadcast music and information to Liberty City, circa 1998. The only time a player can hear the radio is when the protagonist acquires a car (or in the "Audio" section of the pause menu). The station that will be playing when the player gets in is fairly random but it can be changed or switched off if desired. Because Liberty City Stories is set in the exact location as Grand Theft Auto III, only three years earlier, some of the radio stations featured are seen as earlier counterparts of the radio stations in GTA III, while other listed stations and radio shows have suggestively ended broadcast by GTA III's timeline. Besides the radio stations, music can also be heard during the game's intro sequence ("March Popakov Remix" written by John Cacavas, produced by Danger Mouse) and some cutscenes ("Japanese Geisha" by Sonia Slany and "The Heist" by Bugz in the Attic). DJ: Sergio Boccino Genre: Classical, Opera Tracklist: Summary: Hosted by Sergio Boccino (voiced by Robert Blumenfeld), this station is usually played when the player steals a Leone Sentinel, Sindacco Argento or Forelli Excess. Morgan
    5.67
    3 votes
    173

    Shadow of the Colossus: Roar of the Earth

    • Video game: Shadow of the Colossus
    Shadow of the Colossus: Roar of the Earth (ワンダと巨像 大地の咆哮, Wanda to Kyozō Daichi No Hokō), or simply Roar of the Earth, is the soundtrack to Shadow of the Colossus. It was released in Japan on December 7, 2005. There are currently no announced plans to release the album in other territories. The game's score was composed by Kō Ōtani (credited in Shadow as "Kow Otani"), whose previous video game work included the soundtracks to the PlayStation 2 flight simulator Sky Odyssey and the PlayStation shooter Philosoma. He has also worked on several of the 1990s-era Gamera films, as well as a variety of anime. Roar of the Earth won the award for "Soundtrack of the Year" in the United States-based video game magazine, Electronic Gaming Monthly. The various tracks featured a mix of string, percussion, and horn instruments. Kō Ōtani himself was the musician for the piano, Irish bouzouki, and the synthesizer programming. The horn musicians were the Otohiko Fujita Group and the string musicians were the Masatsugu Shinozaki Group.
    5.67
    3 votes
    174
    Wild ARMs Complete Tracks

    Wild ARMs Complete Tracks

    • Video game: Wild Arms
    Wild Arms Complete Tracks is a video game music soundtrack for Wild Arms featuring music from the PlayStation title in its original format released in Japan in April 2006. Unlike the previously released Wild Arms Original Game Soundtrack, which only contained a limited number of songs from the game, Complete Tracks features 79 pieces of background music across two discs, including all selections from the original album. The album was distributed by King Records, a subsidiary of literary and manga company Kodansha Limited.
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    Biohazard 3: Last Escape

    • Video game: Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
    The Biohazard 3 : Last Escape Original Soundtrack was composed by Masami Ueda & Saori Maeda for the video game Biohazard 3, known as Resident Evil 3 outside Japan.
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    Burnout 3 soundtrack

    • Video game: Burnout 3: Takedown
    Burnout 3: Takedown is the third game in the Burnout series of video games. Released on September 7, 2004, developed by Criterion Games and published by Electronic Arts (the first Burnout game EA published), the game drew critical acclaim and a large fanbase. The soundtrack for the Burnout 3: Takedown video game features 44 songs, which is part of "Crash FM", the fictional in-game radio station complete with commentary from DJ Stryker (who is a real DJ from alternative radio station KROQ-FM in Los Angeles). The soundtrack features mainly pop punk, post hardcore, alternative rock songs and songs from other rock bands. The soundtrack has more songs than any other EA title since the 2002 debut of the EA TRAX music initiative, the gaming company's program dedicated to elevating the in-game entertainment experience by delivering breakthrough music in all EA Sports, EA Games and EA Sports Big releases. Within the game you are given the option to choose which songs you want to listen to while playing. You also can choose to turn the commentary on or off. Songs with explicit lyrics have been completely edited into a "clean version". Other songs, though, only changed one or two lines.
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    Chocobo Racing Original Soundtrack

    Chocobo Racing Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Chocobo Racing
    Chocobo Racing Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album of video game music from the racing game Chocobo Racing, produced by Square for the PlayStation. The album contains the musical tracks from the game, performed by Kenji Ito. It was released exclusively in Japan on March 25, 1999 by DigiCube Co., Ltd., and sold roughly 35,000 units. The soundtrack bears the catalog number SSCX-10030.
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    Final Fantasy VI: Original Sound Version

    • Video game: Final Fantasy VI
    The music of the video game Final Fantasy VI was composed by regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu. The Final Fantasy VI Original Sound Version, a compilation of all the music in the game, was released in Japan by NTT Publishing in 1994 and re-released by Square Enix in 2004. The album was released by Square Co./NTT Publishing in North America in 1994 under the name Kefka's Domain. Selected tracks from the official soundtrack were later released as part of the Music From FFV and FFVI Video Games album that was included with the release of Final Fantasy Anthology, and two EPs were produced containing character theme tracks entitled Final Fantasy VI Stars Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. A special orchestral arrangement of selected tracks from the game, arranged by Shiro Sagisu and Tsuneyoshi Saito, and performed by the Milan Symphony Orchestra, was released under the title Final Fantasy VI Grand Finale by NTT Publishing in 1994 and 2004, and a collection of piano arrangements, arranged by Shirou Satou and performed by Reiko Nomura, was released under the title Piano Collections Final Fantasy VI by Square/NTT Publishing in 1994 and by NTT Publishing in 2001. Additionally, a single containing
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    Metal Gear Ac!d 1 & 2 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Metal Gear Acid 2
    Metal Gear Acid 1 & 2 Original Soundtrack is a double CD album released on December 21, 2005. The first disc includes music from Metal Gear Acid, composed by Akihiro Honda, Nobuko Toda and Shuichi Kobori. The second disc contains music from Metal Gear Acid 2, and is composed by Akihiro Honda, Hiroshi Tanabe, Nobuko Toda and Shuichi Kobori. The album comes with an 18-page booklet featuring tracklistings and artwork by Hiroshi Banno and Junko Kolke.
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    Ridge Racer Type 4: Direct Audio

    • Video game: R4: Ridge Racer Type 4
    R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 Direct Audio is the soundtrack to the video game Ridge Racer Type 4, released in 1999 by Namco. It was the second game soundtrack to be released in the Ridge Racer series and was composed in 1998 by the Namco Consumer Software Sound Team. The new team was a change from the usual dance/club music themes that were supplied by Namco's old sound team, Sampling Masters, who worked on the first three instalments: Ridge Racer, Ridge Racer 2, and Rage Racer. R4 instead explored music styles encompassing Funk, Breakbeat, Acid Jazz and Neo-Soul mixed with traditional Namco synth melodies. The games' opening track Ridge Racer (One More Win) features the American singer Kimara Lovelace. The King Street Sounds label also provided about 20 of the over 40 songs for Ridge Racer 7.
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    Salamander Arcade Soundtrack

    • Video game: Salamander
    Salamander Arcade Soundtrack is a 1-disc soundtrack by Konami Kukeiha Club containing 34 tracks of background music heard in the arcade games Salamander, its international release Life Force, and Salamander 2.
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    Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME LIMITED EDITION MUSIC SAMPLER

    • Video game: Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME
    On September 21, 2004 Konami Digital Entertainment of America released Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME on the PlayStation 2 in the United States. To encourage sales, they released a limited edition music CD featuring songs from the game. These "exclusive music sampler" are available only to those who reserve the game before its release, typically at a GameStop or EB Games retail outlet. The CD contains tracks taken directly from the game as well as unique remixes done by Konami's in-house artists. Because of Dance Dance Revolution's musical nature the music found in the game and on the CD feature a broad range of musical styles. Known to Konami as V-RARE SOUNDTRACK-3 USA, the V-RARE moniker had first been used by Konami to release similar albums in Japan to commemorate Bemani game releases there and still are to this date are. In Japan the music CDs are usually bundled with a given game upon release. To date Konami has released 13 V-RARE discs in the US to promote various Dance Dance Revolution game releases and has released them through various video game and non-video game vendors such as GameStop, EB Games, Toys "R" Us, and Burger King. Of the tracks that comprise this CD the
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    Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit
    Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit Original Soundtrack (ドラゴンボールZ バーストリミットオリジナルサウンドトラック, Doragon Bōru Zetto Bāsuto Rimitto Orijinaru Saundotorakku) is the official soundtrack to the video game Dragon Ball Z Burst Limit. It was released by Lantis Records on August 27, 2008 in Japan only. As the title suggests, the album will include compositions from Burst limit. It will also contains the TV size version of the theme song "Kiseki no Honō yo Moeagare!" performed by regular Jpop vocalist Hironobu Kageyama. Plus its English version known outside of Japan as "Fight It Out". It was believed that it would be accompanied by composition from the previous game Dragon Ball Z: Sparkling Meteor (known outside Japan as Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3). As a result many online retailer to erroneously list this as the soundtrack both games. During the days after the game's initial release, a few gaming critics managed to give some statement about the soundtrack. IGN gave the soundtrack a 7.5 stating the soundtrack was "strong, though not great". In their Burst Limit review Gamespot stated that "...the upbeat soundtrack is something of an acquired taste". The website "game-boyz.com" gave the soundtrack a
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    Final Fantasy III: Yūkyū no Kaze Densetsu

    Final Fantasy III: Yūkyū no Kaze Densetsu

    • Video game: Final Fantasy III
    is an arranged soundtrack album of video game music from the computer role-playing game Final Fantasy III, produced by Square Co., Ltd. for the Famicom video game console (known internationally as the Nintendo Entertainment System). The album contains a selection of musical tracks from the game, arranged for vocals and performed by Nobuo Uematsu, vocals are performed by Dido. It was first released on May 25, 1990, by Polystar Co., Ltd. and subsequently re-released on March 25, 1994, by Polystar Co., Ltd.. The original release bears the catalog number PSCX-1005, and the re-release bears the catalog number PSCR-5252. Unlicensed pirate duplicates of the disc were produced by several companies. Because most of these discs tend to be price more cheaply than their official counterpart, they frequently appear in the North America and Europe import market. The most prominent manufacturers of these discs are: Final Fantasy 03: Yukyu no Kaze DensetsuYukyu no Kaze Densetsu
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    Music of Final Fantasy IV

    • Video game: Final Fantasy IV
    The music of the video game Final Fantasy IV was composed by regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu. The Final Fantasy IV Original Sound Version, a compilation of almost all of the music in the game, was released by Square Co./NTT Publishing, and subsequently re-released by NTT Publishing. It was released in North America by Tokyopop as Final Fantasy IV Official Soundtrack: Music from Final Fantasy Chronicles, with one additional track. It has since been re-released multiple times with slight changes as part of the Final Fantasy Finest Box and as Final Fantasy IV DS OST. An arranged album entitled Final Fantasy IV Celtic Moon, containing a selection of musical tracks from the game performed in the style of Celtic music by Máire Breatnach, was released by Square and later re-released by NTT Publishing. Additionally, a collection of piano arrangements composed by Nobuo Uematsu and played by Toshiyuki Mori titled Piano Collections Final Fantasy IV was released by NTT Publishing. The music was overall well received; reviewers have praised the quality of the original composition despite the limited medium, and reacted favorably to the arranged soundtracks. Several tracks, especially
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    Biohazard 4 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Resident Evil 4
    biohazard 4 Original Soundtrack (バイオハザード4, known as Resident Evil 4 outside of Japan) is the soundtrack album of video game music from the third-person shooter, Resident Evil 4, produced by Capcom for the Nintendo GameCube, PC, PlayStation 2 and Wii video game consoles. The album contains musical tracks from the game, composed by Misao Senbongi and Shusaku Uchiyama. The soundtrack was released in Japan on December 22, 2005 with a price of ¥2,500 bearing the catalog number CPCA-10126~7 .
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    Crysis Special Edition Soundtrack

    • Video game: Crysis
    The Crysis soundtrack is composed by Inon Zur. The soundtrack is currently available for the Crysis Special Edition and is also available for purchase at iTunes.
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    Dark Cloud Official Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dark Cloud
    The "Dark Cloud Official Soundtrack", composed for the Playstation 2 game of the same name, was released to the Japanese market in late 2001. The soundtrack, composed by Tomohito Nishiura, consists of 46 tracks. NOTE: All the songs had to be translated from Japanese, and some of the titles may not be correct.
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    1 votes
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    Halo 2 Original Soundtrack: Volume One

    • Video game: Halo 2
    The Halo 2 Original Soundtrack is the soundtrack for Bungie's 2004 video game Halo 2. The soundtrack was released as two separate volumes, released almost two years apart. Volume 1, released at the same time as Halo 2 on November 9, 2004, contains arranged instrumental pieces written by Martin O'Donnell and his partner Michael Salvatori, as well as "inspired by" tracks from bands Incubus, Hoobastank and Breaking Benjamin. Volume 2 was released on April 25, 2006 and contains all the game music arranged in a suite form. O'Donnell, who had previously composed the music for Bungie games such as Myth and Halo: Combat Evolved, sought to develop the "Halo sound" of the previous game as well as introduce new sounds and influences to the music. The music was based on what was happening in the game, rather than using leitmotifs or theme repetitively. The music was recorded in pieces with a fifty-piece orchestra at Studio X in Seattle, Washington. To mark its release both Microsoft and Sumthing Else Music Works planned an aggressive marketing campaign. Upon release, the music of Halo 2 was well received. Critics were split on the merits of Volume 1, with some publications enjoying the bonus
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    Halo Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Halo: Combat Evolved
    The Halo Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack for the video game Halo: Combat Evolved. Composed and produced by Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori for Bungie Studios, the soundtrack was released on June 11, 2002. Most of the music from Halo: Combat Evolved is present on the CD, although some songs have been remixed by O'Donnell in medley form for "more enjoyable" listening. The first piece O'Donnell wrote, known as "Halo", became the basis for Halo's "signature sound" which has been heard in the other games of the main trilogy. The soundtrack features a wide range of musical styles, including chanting, string orchestra, and percussion. Upon release, the soundtrack was well received by critics. Some complimented the wide range of musical styles, and most agreed that playing the game is not required to enjoy the soundtrack. A special edition of the soundtrack was released on October 28, 2003, featuring a DVD with a trailer, demo movie, and high quality music for Halo 2. As the audio director for Bungie, Martin O'Donnell was tasked with writing the music for Halo: Combat Evolved. He had scored previous Bungie projects, including Myth: The Fallen Lords, while working for his audio
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    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories soundtrack

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
    The soundtrack of the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories is presented as a series of radio stations that broadcast music and information to Vice City, circa 1984. Most of these stations are also featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City; however, as Vice City is set two years later, there are many differences between the stations. This provides an additional mini-storyline involving the DJs and personalities who feature in both games. Some stations and radio shows have suggestively ended broadcast by GTA: Vice City's timeline. The only time a player can hear the radio is when the protagonist acquires a car (or in the "Audio" section of the pause menu). The station that will be playing when the player gets in is fairly random but it can be changed or switched off if desired. Besides the radio stations, music can also be heard during the game's intro sequence (Vice Squad composed by Stuart Hart, Steven Stern and Thomas Hirschmann) and some cutscenes. DJ: Lionel Makepeace Genre: Power ballads Tracklist: Summary: In Vice City Stories, Emotion 98.3 in 1984 features seminal (and very lonely and depressed) host sensation Lionel Makepeace at the helm, while Grand Theft Auto
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    Biohazard 5 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Resident Evil 5
    The Biohazard 5 Original Soundtrack was composed for the video game Biohazard 5, known as Resident Evil 5 outside of Japan. It is worth noting that the soundtrack does not contain the orchestral tracks produced for the game, instead featuring "Digital Versions" of the tracks, done with synthesizers. The Orchestral tracks were released on a separate disc entitled BIOHAZARD 5: Selection Track with the "Deluxe Edition" of the game in Japan.
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    Dragon Ball Final Bout: Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout
    Dragon Ball Final Bout Original Soundtrack (ドラゴンボール ファイナルバウト オリジナルサウンドトラック, Doragon Bōru Fainaru Bauto Orijinaru Saundotorakku) is the official licended soundtrack of the video game by the same name (Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout outside of Japan.) for the PlayStation. It was released by Zain Records on September 12, 1997 in Japan only. It arranged cuts of music that was exclusive to the game by composer Kenji Yamamoto, as well as songs performed by Hironobu Kageyama and Kuko. 1. Hironobu Kageyama & Kuko 5. Hironobu Kageyama 9. Hironobu Kageyama 12. Hironobu Kageyama & Kuko All other tracks composed and performed by Kenji Yamamoto.
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    Dragon Ball Z: Super Butôden Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Super Butoden
    Dragon Ball Z: Super Butôden Original Soundtrack (ドラゴンボールZ超武闘伝 オリジナル・サウンドトラック, Doragon Bōru Zetto Chô Butôden Orijinaru Saundotorakku, Dragon Ball Z: Super Fighting Story Original Soundtrack) is the official licened soundtrack of the Dragon Ball Z video game by the same name. It was released by Columbia Records on March 27, 1993 in Japan only. This album features arranged (reproduced in a higher quality of musical resources.) tracks that were performed by "HYPER MONOLITH".
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    Imaginarium: Songs From the Neverhood

    • Video game: The Neverhood
    Imaginarium: Songs from the Neverhood is the title of a soundtrack CD released in 2004 on Stunt Records. The 2-disc collection includes 77 songs performed by Daniel Amos frontman Terry Scott Taylor for the Douglas TenNapel created video games The Neverhood, Skullmonkeys, and Boombots. Also included are several early demos of songs that were later recorded for the video game soundtracks, as well as some songs that were left off. Also included is the theme song to the animated television pilot, Geekdad. Musically, the Neverhood and Skullmonkeys soundtrack music follows few of the same paths as Taylor's solo or band music. It has often been described as sounding "clay-like," which was the phrase that TenNapel used when asking Taylor to create the soundtrack. The sound of distorted guitar, which is common in much of Daniel Amos' music, only makes an appearance on a couple of tracks. The lush Brian Wilson-ish productions or Folk styles of Taylor's solo albums are replaced with horns, Muppet-like vocals, clunky banjos and percussion that often sounds like it's simply falling out of its storage box. There are very few lyrics to speak of, and most of the vocals consist of little more than
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    Mortal Kombat: The Album

    • Video game: Mortal Kombat
    Mortal Kombat: The Album is an album by The Immortals (Maurice Engelen aka Praga Khan and Oliver Adams best known for their work on the Techno/Industrial band Lords of Acid), released in 1994 to accompany the home versions of the video game Mortal Kombat. The album featured a techno song for each of the 7 playable characters, as well as Goro, along with two additional tracks. Track 5, "Techno Syndrome (Mortal Kombat)," dates back to 1993 when it was released as a single; the year when the game was released for consoles. "Techno Syndrome" (with its signature scream of "Mortal Kombat!") has subsequently become famous as "the Mortal Kombat theme song" because of its use in the 1995 film, and remixed versions of the song continue to be associated with the Mortal Kombat franchise. The "Hypnotic House (Mortal Kombat)" was used as an intro in the Mortal Kombat Sega CD. "Techno Syndrome" is also a hidden song featured in the Sega CD version of Mortal Kombat, when one chooses to enter the "soundtrack" mode at the Sega CD intro screen. It can also be accessed by putting the CD in a CD player and selecting track 17. The album peaked at #16 on the Billboard Heatseekers in the United States. It
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    Portal 2: Songs to Test By

    Portal 2: Songs to Test By

    • Video game: Portal 2
    Valve is releasing the Portal 2's soundtrack, titled Songs to Test By, across three volumes free of charge via the game's official website: http://www.thinkwithportals.com/music.php
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    Sailing to the World

    • Video game: Seventh Seal
    Sailing to the World is an album arrangement by composer Yasunori Mitsuda of the soundtrack from a little-known Taiwanese PC game that Mitsuda scored called Seventh Seal. Possessing all but one track from the original soundtrack, the album is a display of Mitsuda's various styles (Celtic, Indian, Spanish, etc.), and is considered one of the more obscure works in his discography. An album with piano arrangements by Masashi Hamauzu called Sailing to the World Piano Score was released in 2006.
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    Sonic the Hedgehog Original Sound Track

    Sonic the Hedgehog Original Sound Track

    • Video game: Sonic the Hedgehog
    Sonic the Hedgehog: Original Sound Track (ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ オリジナルサウンドトラック, Sonikku za Hejjihoggu Orijinaru Saundotorakku) is the licenced soundtrack of the 2006 video game Sonic the Hedgehog. It was released by Wave Music Entertainment on January 10, 2007 in Japan only. This album contains score heard throughout the game which was composed by Tomoya Ohtani, Mariko Nanba, and Hideaki Kobayashi, with Namano Mushrio, and the Japanese Geroinic Band & Symphony. It also includes the songs "His World" by Zebrahead members Ali Tabatabaee and Matty Lewis, a cover to "All Hail Shadow" by Crush 40, "Dreams of an Absolution" by Lee Brotherton, and "My Destiny" by Donna DeLory. Absent from this set are the two Akon remixes of Dreams Come True's songs "Sweet Dreams ~AKON '06 Mix~" and "Sweet Sweet Sweet ~AKON '06 Mix~".
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    Dreamfall Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dreamfall: The Longest Journey
    Dreamfall Soundtrack is the original soundtrack album released in August 2006 for the video game Dreamfall: The Longest Journey. It contains the original orchestral music composed by Leon Willett for the game, as well as several tracks by other musicians. Notably, all songs by the Norwegian singer Magnet that have been included into the game were released on a separate extended play CD. It was nominated in the Best Video Game Score category at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards but eventually lost to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion score. The Dreamfall soundtrack was primarily composed by Leon Willett, with additional tracks composed by the game's lead sound designer Simon Poole and audio director Morten Sørlie, among others. The most prominent music in the game, featured on the main menu and in the first two game trailers, is a combination of two tracks ("Dreamfall Theme" and "Kian's Theme"). The final track is "Faith", a 2:40 minute long track followed by six minutes of silence, after which a static noise, and the phrase "Find April Ryan... Save her!" (a key phrase from the game) can be heard. Other significant tracks include "Lana and Maud" (heard in the Fringe Cafe in Newport),
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    Thanks/you

    • Video game: Tatarigoroshi-hen
    Thanks/you is a music album composed by Japanese doujin music artist, dai, for use in the "answer" arcs to the visual novel video game Higurashi no Naku Koro ni. Unofficially, fans refer to this as original soundtrack, even though it does not have all the scores that were used in the game.
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    Civilization IV

    • Video game: Civilization IV
    The music of the computer game Civilization IV features a large variety of tracks both original and historical, from Gregorian chants to modern minimalism, and makes extensive use of classical music as well as both world music and folk music. Such a focus on the soundtrack and the inclusion of classical, world and folk music are rare among games, though relatively common for strategy games. Original music was created for the expansion Civilization IV: Warlords and includes specifically themed music for each of the several scenarios, and several new Leader pieces. Civilization IV: Warlords also uses music from Civilization III to fill out some of the areas overlooked in the original Civilization IV such as music for the "classical" period, and adding eastern music for the Asian scenarios. All tracks are stored on the hard drive in mp3 format, making them perfectly usable outside the game. Original music was composed by Jeff Briggs, Mark Cromer, Michael Curran and Christopher Tin. Featured composers include John Adams, Gregorio Allegri, Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Antoine Brumel, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Francisco de la Torre, Josquin des
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    GBA Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen Super Complete

    • Video game: Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen
    GBA Pokémon Firered & Leafgreen Music Super Complete is a two-disc album featuring the music from the video games Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen. The music was composed by Junichi Masuda and Go Ichinose and was released in Japan on May 26, 2004. The two-disc set was never released on the North American and European markets but can be purchased on popular online shopping sites. While Disc 01 contains all of the music heard in the game, Disc 02 contains some unique tracks such as remixes, two vocal tracks, and some tracks that can be found on the album GB Pokémon Sound Collection.
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    Gears of War - The Soundtrack

    • Video game: Gears of War
    Gears of War - The Soundtrack is the soundtrack of video game music from the game Gears of War. It was scheduled for release on July 31, 2007 by Sumthing Else Music Works and was released on the iTunes music store on August 11, 2007.
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    True Crime: Streets of LA

    True Crime: Streets of LA

    • Video game: True Crime: Streets of LA
    True Crime: Streets of LA is the soundtrack to the video game of the same name. It was released on November 11, 2003 for Koch Records and was produced by the likes of DJ Quik, DJ Battlecat, King Tech and Goldfingaz. The soundtrack was Co Executive Produced by industry notable producers Big Swoop, Bright Riley and the True Crime video game's Chris Archer. The album featured West Coast rappers such as Snoop Dogg, Westside Connection, Warren G, Bishop Lamont and Jayo Felony. The soundtrack peaked at No. 100 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and No. 42 on the Independent Albums chart.
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    Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Ultimate Battle 22
    Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 Game Music Birth Compilation (ドラゴンボールZ アルティメイトバトル22 ゲームミューヅック 誕生編, Doragon Bōru Zetto Arutimeito Batoru Towintetzū Gēmu Myūjikku Tanjō-hen) is the licensed soundtrack of the Dragon Ball Z video game by the same name that was exclusively for the Playstation. It was released by Forte Music Entertainment on July 21, 1995 in Japan only. This features arranged versions of the games music that was composed by video game composer Kenji Yamamoto and vocal duet of the game closing theme Eien no Yakusoku by Hironobu Kageyama and Kuko.
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    Final Fantasy XII Original Soundtrack

    Final Fantasy XII Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Final Fantasy XII
    The music of the video game Final Fantasy XII was composed primarily by Hitoshi Sakimoto. Additional music was provided by Masaharu Iwata and Hayato Matsuo, who also orchestrated the opening and ending themes. Former regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu's only work for this game was "Kiss Me Good-Bye", the theme song sung by Angela Aki. The Final Fantasy XII Original Soundtrack was released on four Compact Discs in 2006 by Aniplex. A sampling of tracks from the soundtrack was released as an album entitled Selections from Final Fantasy XII Original Soundtrack, and was released in 2006 by Tofu Records. Additionally, a promotional digital album titled The Best of Final Fantasy XII was released on the Japanese localization of iTunes for download only in 2006. "Kiss Me Good-Bye" was released by Epic Records as a single in 2006, and Symphonic Poem "Hope", the complete music from the game's end credits, was released by Hats Unlimited in 2006. An abridged version of the latter piece, which originally accompanied a promotional video for the game, was included in the official soundtrack album. The soundtrack received mixed reviews from critics; while several felt that it was an excellent
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    Gyakuten Saiban 3 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations
    Gyakuten Saiban 3 Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album featuring music from the visual novel Gyakuten Saiban 3 (known internationally as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations), composed and arranged by Noriyuki Iwadare. It was released on 31 March, 2004 and is priced at ¥3360.
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    Gyakuten Saiban 4 Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney
    Gyakuten Saiban 4 Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album featuring background music from the visual novel Gyakuten Saiban 4 (known internationally as Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney), composed and arranged by Toshihiko Horiyama. It was released on 27 June, 2007 and is priced at ᅡᆬ3150.
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    Kingdom Hearts II

    Kingdom Hearts II

    • Video game: Kingdom Hearts II
    is the soundtrack album of the video game music from the action role-playing game, Kingdom Hearts II, produced by Square Enix and Disney Interactive for the PlayStation 2 video game console. The album contains musical tracks from the game, composed and produced by Yoko Shimomura, with the main orchestral tracks arranged by Kaoru Wada. Vocals were performed by Utada Hikaru for the theme song, Passion. The soundtrack was released in Japan on the January 25, 2006 with a price of ᅡᆬ3,200 bearing the catalog number TOCT-25871~2. In its first week the soundtrack reached #34 on Oricon charts and sold 7,941 copies. Some of the songs in the game for example, "Scherzo Di Notte", were derived from the soundtrack of Kingdom Hearts but with new arrangements. The artwork for the soundtrack was designed by Tetsuya Nomura. The soundtrack includes two vocal songs, Passion ~opening version~ and Passion ~after the battle~ which is a slower version of the opening. Both are sung, written and set to tunes by J-Pop singer, Utada Hikaru. Other vocal songs are Swim This Way, Part of Your World, Under the Sea, Ursula's Revenge, and A New Day is Dawning; however, these songs are given improper credits and
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    Biohazard Sound Chronicle

    • Video game: Resident Evil 0
    The Biohazard Sound Chronicle: Best Track Box (2005), is a limited edition release of music from the Biohazard game series, known as Resident Evil outside Japan. It includes music from Resident Evil Zero (2002), Resident Evil (2002), Resident Evil 2 (1998), Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (1999), Resident Evil Code: Veronica (2000), and Resident Evil 4 (2005). The six-CD set includes some previously unreleased music but also lacks some tracks that are included in individual releases. Composed by Masami Ueda, Shusaku Uchiyama, Shun Nishigaki Composed by Masami Ueda, Saori Maeda Composed by Takeshi Miura, Hijire Anze, Sanae Kasahara Composed by Misao Senbongi, Shusaku Uchiyama, Makoto Tomozawa Composed by Ichiro Kohmoto, Riyou Kinugasa, Ryoue Takagi, Shingo Kataoka, Ayumu Murai, Takashi Honda, Seiko Kobuchi Composed by Misao Senbongi, Shusaku Uchiyama
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    Dragon Ball Z: Indainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Dragon Ball Z: Indainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu
    Dragon Ball Z: Indainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu Game Music (ドラゴンボールZ偉大なるドラゴンボール伝説 ゲームミューヅック, Doragon Bōru Zetto Indainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu Gēmu Myūjikku, Dragon Ball Z: The Greatest Dragon Ball Legend Game Music) is the official licened soundtrack of the Dragon Ball Z video game by the same name (Or simply Dragon Ball Z: Legends). It was released by Columbia Records on August 21, 1996 and again on Columbia's R-Ban series on October 21, 2001 in Japan only. The game has the distinction of being the only with game in the series with an original score during the 32 bit era. The music was composed and arranged by Kenji Yamamoto and includes three vocal version tracks by Hironobu Kageyama and Shin'ichi Ishihara. It should be noted that the red book from Saturn version of the game includes music that can be accessed when played in an ordinary CD player, but some of these track are opening narrative by the series narrator Joji Yanami.
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    Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen
    Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden Original Soundtrack (ドラゴンボールZ超悟空伝突激編, Doragon Bōru Zetto Chō Gokūden, Dragon Ball Z: Super Goku Story Original Soundtrack) is the official soundtrack of the Dragon Ball Z video game by the same name for the Super Famicom. It was released on April 21, 1995 in Japan only. This feature arranged work composed by Kenji Yamamoto. A few tracks on this album were performed by orchestra. The soundtrack has been referred as ahead of it time.
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    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Official Soundtrack Box Set

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
    The Official Box Set of the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas soundtracks released internationally on December 7, 2004. The 8 disc collection contains highlights from San Andreas's in game radio stations, such as Radio X: The Alternative and Radio Los Santos including period early-1990s hits and modern classics such as Rage Against the Machine's "Killing in the Name" and 2Pac's "I Don't Give a Fuck", respectively. The house music station SF-UR does not feature in the box set however selected highlights appear on the 2 disc + 1 DVD official soundtrack. Michael Hunter is the composer of the theme and incidental music.
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    Rockman 2: The Power Fighters

    • Video game: Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters
    Rockman 2: The Power Fighters (ロックマン2 ザ・パワーファイターズ, Rokkuman tsū za Pāwā Faitāzu) is the licenced soundtrack of the arcade game by the same name (Known outside Japan as Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters). It was released by Victor Entertainment on September 21, 1996 in Japan only.
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    Silent Hill Original Soundtracks

    • Video game: Silent Hill
    Silent Hill Original Soundtracks is the soundtrack of video game music from the survival horror game, Silent Hill. The album contains musical tracks from the game, composed by Akira Yamaoka (track 41, "Esperándote", was composed by Rika Muranaka). The soundtrack was released in Japan on March 5, 1999 with a price of ¥2,136 bearing the catalog number KICA-7950.
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    Cyber Org

    • Video game: Cyber Org
    Cyber Org (サイバーオーグ SAIBAOGU) is an action video game developed by FuzzBox and published by Square and released in 1999 for the PlayStation. The game was released only in Japan, though a majority of the game, such as the text and voice acting, is in English. Classified as a Space Opera, a new type of action game, Cyber Org is set in a futuristic world, with three different playable characters and multiple areas to explore. Each area has puzzles and fight sequences rendered in polygonal 3D. The gameplay is easy to understand even for beginners, utilizing a single button combined with a secondary button for combo attacks. The music of Cyber Org was composed by Yoshihiro Sato.
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    Fushigi no Dungeon 2 Fūrai no Shiren Special Arrange Version

    • Video game: Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer
    Fushigi no Dungeon 2 Fūrai no Shiren Special Arrange Version (不思議のダンジョン2 - 風来のシレン スペシャル・アレンジ・バージョン, Fushigi no Dungeon 2 Fūrai no Shiren Special Arrange Version) is an arranged soundtrack album featuring music from Chunsoft's roguelike, Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer. The music was composed by Koichi Sugiyama. It was released on December 20, 1995 and was retailed at ¥2800.
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    ZX Gigamix

    • Video game: Mega Man ZX
    Rockman ZX Soundsketch "ZX Gigamix" is the third album to be created for the Mega Man ZX series. So far, ZX Gigamix has not been released outside of Japan, making it very difficult to find in import shops. Among the album are Soundsketches and ZX portraits; these are drama tracks that provide insight to events in the Mega Man ZX series. Composer Ippo Yamada explains a Soundsketch as "when you listen carefully in a room that seems silent, you can hear all sorts of sounds like the hum of appliances, the tick of a clock and the environment outside the window."
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    Dragon Ball Z: Game Music Awakening Edition

    • Video game: Ultimate Battle 22
    Dragon Ball Z: Game Music Awaking Compilation (ドラゴンボールZゲームミュージック・覚醒編, Doragon Bōru Zetto Gēmu Myūjikku Kakusei-hen) is video game soundtrack album of various video games of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released Columbia Records on December 21, 1995 in Japan only. The album features music from both Super Gokuden 2 and Ultimate Battle 22 composed and performed by Kenji Yamamoto. Also included, are the vocal versions of "Hikari no Willpower" and "Namidami Taina Ame ga Furu", plus vocal and karaoke version of "Eien no Yakusoku". Most music was performed by Kenji Yamamoto. 2.Hironobu Kageyama 17.Kuko 18.Hironobu Kageyama and Kuko
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    Heavy Metal Thunder -The Recordings-

    • Video game: Heavy Metal Thunder
    Heavy Metal Thunder -The Recordings- is the licensed soundtrack of of the Japanese Square Enix video game Heavy Metal Thunder published for the PlayStation 2. It was released September 7, 2005 in Japan only. This album should not be confused with the Sex Machineguns album or Saxon's 2002 greatest hits album.
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    Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
    Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots Original Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the video game of the same name, composed primarily by Nobuko Toda, Shuichi Kobori, Kazuma Jinnouchi, and Harry Gregson-Williams. The official soundtrack was released on May 28, 2008 by Konami Digital Entertainment under the catalog number GFCA-98/9. A soundtrack album was also packaged with Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots Limited Edition, but featured fewer songs. While only fifteen minutes of music from the GEM Impact team (Yoshitaka Suzuki, Takahiro Izutani, and Norihiko Hibino) was featured on the official soundtrack, Norihiko Hibino later confirmed in an interview that the team in fact provided close to 90 minutes of music for the game's cutscenes. The album packaged with the Limited Edition release of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots is not the complete soundtrack. It possesses only track numbers 1-3, 5, 9-11, 13, 16, and 19 of CD1 and numbers 1, 10, 12, and 15-17 of CD2 (all of which are songs written by Harry Gregson-Williams), with none of the in-game tracks.
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    Rockman Theme Song Collection

    • Video game: Mega Man Legends
    Released on the 20th of April, 2002, Rockman Theme Song Collection, contains various theme songs from the video games in the Rockman classic, X, and DASH series.
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    Berserk PS2 Soundtrack

    • Video game: Berserk: Millennium Falcon Hen Seima Senki no Shō
    Berserk Millennium Falcon Arc: Chapter of the Holy Demon War original soundtrack (ベルセルク 千年帝国の鷹篇 魔戦記の章~ Original Game Soundtrack) is based on the second video game (for PlayStation 2) of the popular heroic fantasy Berserk anime TV series first broadcasted in Japan from 1997 to 1998. Since then the TV series was released on DVD and DVD Box and distributed in Asia, America and Europe. Sammy's PlayStation 2 game was released in both Japan and Korea, but this OST was only sold in Japan. Susumu Hirasawa, who did the anime music, composed Sign as the opening movie theme, and also made a remix of it for the end theme entitled Sign-2. Both tracks were produced by Chaos Union. However, the majority of the game's soundtrack was created by other composers namely, Shinya Chikamori, Hiroshi Watanabe, Yasushi Hasegawa and Tomoyo Nishimoto, all of them are Sound Ams produced artists.
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    Final Fantasy VII: Original Sound Track

    Final Fantasy VII: Original Sound Track

    • Video game: Final Fantasy VII
    Final Fantasy VII is a role-playing video game developed by Square/ Squaresoft (now Square Enix) and published by Sony Computer Entertainment as the seventh installment in the Final Fantasy series. Released in 1997, the game sparked the release of a collection of media centered around the game entitled the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII. The discography of the Final Fantasy VII series includes not only the albums based on the soundtrack to the original game, but also the music albums released for the titles in the collection. The first album produced was Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack, a compilation of all the music in the game. It was released as a soundtrack album on four CDs by DigiCube in 1997. A selection of tracks from the album was released in the single-disc Reunion Tracks by DigiCube the same year. Piano Collections Final Fantasy VII, an album featuring piano arrangements of pieces from the soundtrack, was released in 2003 by DigiCube, and Square Enix began reprinting all three albums in 2004. To date, these are the only released albums based on the original game's soundtrack, and were solely composed by regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu; his role for the
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    Final Fantasy X albums

    Final Fantasy X albums

    • Video game: Final Fantasy X
    The music of the video game Final Fantasy X was composed by regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu, along with Masashi Hamauzu and Junya Nakano. It was the first title in the main Final Fantasy series in which Uematsu was not the sole composer. The Final Fantasy X Original Soundtrack was released on four Compact Discs in 2001 by DigiCube, and was re-released in 2004 by Square Enix. Prior to the album's North American release, a reduced version entitled Final Fantasy X Original Soundtrack was released on a single disk by Tokyopop in 2002. An EP entitled feel/Go dream: Yuna & Tidus containing additional singles not present in the game was released by DigiCube in 2001. Piano Collections Final Fantasy X, a collection of piano arrangements of the original soundtracks by Masashi Hamauzu and performed by Aki Kuroda, was released by DigiCube in 2002 and re-released by Square EA in 2004. A collection of vocal arrangements of songs from the game arranged by Katsumi Suyama along with radio drama tracks was released as Final Fantasy X Vocal Collection in 2002 by DigiCube. The theme song for the game is the song "Suteki da ne", which was performed by Japanese folk singer Ritsuki Nakano, known as
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    Grand Theft Auto 2 soundtrack

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto 2
    The Grand Theft Auto 2 soundtrack is provided by each area featuring five radio stations from a pool of eleven, in which one of them would be played as the player drives most vehicles in the game. Changing radio stations for preference was also possible in the Windows PC version: Next was the "F1" function key while previous was the "F2" function key and in PlayStation Version, hold Up button." "Head Radio" was present in the original GTA, Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. Each gang also has its own radio station that transmits within a limited area. The city's largest commercial radio station. It can be received in all areas of the game. It is also the longest sound file of all the radio stations: 24 minutes as opposed to the regular 12 minutes. The alternating DJs' names are Phanny Joe Styles and Johnny Riccaro. Head Radio plays electronic music and rock. The frequency of this station ranges from 69 to 89 FM, according to a station ID. The song "Taxi Drivers" by Bula Matari was censored in the PlayStation version of the game. Lyrics containing profanities were interrupted by the sounds of horns. A commercial radio station in the Downtown Area. The
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    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Official Soundtrack

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Official Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 2004 action video game, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. It was released as a three-disc album on November 23, 2004 through Interscope Records. The first two discs featured the songs for the soundtrack and the third disc is a DVD. The soundtrack consisted of entirely old school songs of R&B and Hip hop/Rap. It features songs from 2Pac, Rick James, Cypress Hill, Compton's Most Wanted, Guy, Bell Biv DeVoe, Eric B. & Rakim and more. The disc has the short machinima video called The Introduction, which is a prologue to the game before the actual story mode begins. All 3 discs are copyrighted by Sony Music Entertainment. The video begins with Frank Tenpenny and Eddie Pulaski riding in their squad car in Los Santos. They talk about recruiting a new member to their C.R.A.S.H. unit. It cuts to a scene with the Ballas Gang gambling, and smoking. Then, the video cuts to Big Smoke and Ryder in Ryder's house chatting. In this scene, Big Smoke is seen convincing Ryder to betray the Grove Street Families. Meanwhile in San Fierro, Mike Toreno and T-Bone Mendez are interrogating a man, and discussing drug money. Toreno gets a
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    Grand Theft Auto: The Soundtrack

    • Video game: Grand Theft Auto
    Grand Theft Auto: The Soundtrack is the official soundtrack album to the 1997 video game Grand Theft Auto. Released in 1997 by DMA Design (now known as Rockstar North), the album features all the music from all seven of the game's fictional radio stations, as well as the game's title music, all of which was composed by Colin Anderson, Craig Conner and Grant Middleton. All songs written and composed by Colin Anderson, Craig Conner and Grant Middleton.  Genre: Trance, Techno, Jungle Tracklist: Genre: Techno Tracklist: Genre: Country Tracklist: Genre: Pop/Rock Tracklist: Genre: Alternative/Hard rock Tracklist: Genre: Hip hop/Rap Tracklist: Genre: Funk/Retro (This radio station's name is referred to in-game as Funk FM.) Tracklist:
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    Kameo Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: Kameo: Elements of Power
    Kameo Original Soundtrack is the soundtrack of video game music from Kameo: Elements of Power (Xbox 360). It was released on November 8, 2005 by Sumthing Else Music Works.
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    Make It Sweet!

    • Video game: UmJammer Lammy
    Make It Sweet was the only album by the alternative rock/virtual band MilkCan, released on June 19, 1999. It acted as the soundtrack to the PlayStation video game Um Jammer Lammy (a spin-off title of the revolutionary music game PaRappa the Rapper.) Instead of featuring music taken directly from the game, the album features music performed by MilkCan with vocals by Michele Burks as Katy Kat. On a few tracks, most notably "Power Off! Power On!", "Baby Baby!!", and "Taste of Teriyaki!!", Katy shares the vocals with the masters in the game. In November 1999 an official soundtrack with the original music from the game was released. In the United States, the album was not released due to the commercial failure yet critical success of Um Jammer Lammy. Because of that, the album was put for download on the Internet for free, although not on iTunes or Rhapsody. Critical response to the album was mixed. Some fans praise the album for having an individuality, while some panned the album due to its "shrillness" or the fact that Katy now takes over the vocals. In 2000, on MilkCan's now-defunct band site (http://milkcan.com; can be mentioned on "Radio Signal Jam"), the fictional band members
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    MechWarrior 2 Soundtrack

    • Video game: MechWarrior 2: 31st Century Combat
    The Mechwarrior 2 soundtrack is the score to the second installment of Activision's Battletech-based sci-fi strategy/simulation Mechwarrior series. It received near universal praise from game reviewers and has been described as one of the greatest game soundtracks of all time. It is generally considered to be a cult classic of game music. The music was stored as standard audio CD tracks allowing the music to be played on a standard Audio CD player. Track one contains the program data and should be skipped. The Soundtrack was composed by Gregory Alper & Jeehun Hwang, who has composed music for numerous PC games. A remix version of the song entitled "Labrea, Circle of Equals (Trial of Grievance)" (aka "Arkam Bridge") was used later in Civilization II in the Hoover Dam Wonder video. The track listings below reflect the original 1.0 DOS PC-releases of the games. Some variations of the games have the same music while others deviate. For instance, the Titanium version of the original game has the same tracks arranged in a different order, the Titanium version of Ghost Bear's Legacy has five tracks replaced with new material, and the Titanium version of Mercenaries has roughly a minute
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    Myst V: End of Ages Soundtrack

    • Video game: Myst V: End of Ages
    Myst V: End of Ages Soundtrack is an album containing music written by composer Tim Larkin for what the development company (Cyan Worlds) has called the final chapter in the Myst game series (hence, the title "End of Ages" ). Information on Cyan's Web site has called Larkin's work on this game a "homage, of sorts, to the entire franchise" which "brings the series to a masterful and worthy end." Larkin's score was named "Best Soundtrack of 2005" by Game Industry News. The music was published on a CD enclosed in an 5" x 8" 2-page paper pamphlet with game-related artwork and a 2-page sample of Myst: The Book of Marrim.
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    Ninety-Nine Nights Original Soundtrack

    Ninety-Nine Nights Original Soundtrack

    • Video game: N3: Ninety-Nine Nights
    The tracks were composed by: Pinar Toprak (1, 9, 12, 14, 15) Takayuki Nakamura (3, 6, 7, 10, 11, 13) Shingo Yasumoto (4, 5) Antonín Dvořák (2) Antonio Vivaldi (8, 16)
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    Riven

    • Video game: Riven
    Riven: The Soundtrack is an album comprised of music written and performed by Robyn Miller for the popular computer game, Riven, the sequel to Myst. According to the liner notes included with the CD, Robyn, who co-created the game series with his brother Rand, composed all of the music working in the basement of Cyan's offices, recording it entirely using only a Yamaha VL-1 synthesizer and a Korg Trinity keyboard as instruments. The notes also state that many of the pieces composed for the games had to be shortened in order to work smoothly in an interactive environment, so the soundtrack release of these compositions include several full length versions of the tracks which are not heard in the game itself. Also included is a piece of music simply titled "Bonus Track" that, according to the notes, was "nice" but didn't find a good fit with any of the images in the game. The three character themes of the soundtrack correspond to Atrus, his wife Catherine, and his father Gehn. The music was released on a CD enclosed in a digipak which included a full color booklet with Gehn's journal fragment written in D'ni language and filled with game-related artwork and notes about the images
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