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Aug 27, 2008 - 04:37 PM
The Complete Soundtracks of Akira Kurosawa

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Here's a five disc box set, released in 1991, featuring select music from each of the films directed by Akira Kurosawa (save for Madadayo, as it was not yet made at the time). The music for each film is presented in the form of a medley, and the track times vary from just a few minutes to half an hour and more. I personally found listening to the music in this way was very enjoyable and made for a great "flowing" (and less filler ridden) experience than going through respective soundtrack releases track-by-track.

Kurosawa was known to be quite picky about the music to be used in his films, especially concerning leitmotifs, they had to be of the caliber that they would instantly grip you and not let go. I think this certainly rings true for most of his films starting from Ikiru and onwards. They mostly have superb music. So even if you aren't familiar with his films, this set comes highly recommended from me. Much excellent music enclosed.

Tracklisting:

Disc 1

01 Sugata Sanshiro
02 The Most Beautiful
03 Zoku Sugata Sanshiro
04 They Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail
05 No Regrets for Our Youth
06 One Wonderful Sunday
07 Drunken Angel
08 The Quiet Duel
09 Stray Dog
10 Scandal
11 Rashomon
12 The Idiot
13 Ikiru

Disc 2

01 Seven Samurai
02 Record of a Living Being
03 The Throne of Blood
04 The Lower Depths
05 The Hidden Fortress
06 The Bad Sleep Well

Disc 3

01 Yojimbo
02 Sanjuro
03 High and Low
04 Red Beard

Disc 4

01 Dodeskaden
02 Dersu Uzala
03 Kagemusha

Disc 5

01 Ran
02 Dreams
03 Rhapsody in August

And here is a quick rundown on who composed what:

Seichi Suzuki: Sugata Sanshiro, The Most Beautiful, Zoku Sugata Sanshiro
Tadashi Hattori: They Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail, No Regrets for Our Youth, One Wonderful Sunday
Fumio Hayasaka: Drunken Angel, Stray Dog, Scandal, Rashomon, The Idiot, Ikiru, Seven Samurai, Record of a Living Being
Akira Ifukube: The Quiet Duel
Masaru Sato: The Throne of Blood, The Lower Depths, The Hidden Fortress, The Bad Sleep Well, Yojimbo, Sanjuro, High and Low, Red Beard
Toru Takemitsu: Dodeskaden, Ran
Isaak Shvartz: Dersu Uzala
Shinichiro Ikebe: Kagemusha, Dreams, Rhapsody in August

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Jun 14, 2008 - 04:57 PM
Sweet Dreams.

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Features all music (and jingles!) from NiGHTS into dreams... and Christmas NiGHTS spread out over three discs (2+1). Oh, and since Sega Direct is sorta back again, you can pick up both this and various other Sega Direct releases from vgmworld again!

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Apr 28, 2008 - 12:07 PM
15 years in the making.

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Sega Direct saved the best for last. All the music from the first four games, complete on four discs. What more needs to be said. Pure nostalgia.

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Apr 10, 2008 - 06:55 PM
Mitsuda brings it

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Here's another three disc monster. Yasunori Mitsuda's soundtrack to the Monolith Soft DS action RPG, Soma Bringer.

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Apr 9, 2008 - 06:12 AM
Flock off, featherface!

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And with that bit of classic cheesiness, here's the soundtrack for DMC4. Three cds worth of demon slaying tunes courtesy of series veteran Tetsuya Shibata.

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Apr 1, 2008 - 03:55 PM
dramatic?

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Most of you probably have this by now, but here's my encode anyways. And is Ruined Sparkling City good or what.

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Mar 26, 2008 - 03:33 PM
Motoi Sakuraba Live 2006 (bootleg recording)

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Here is a recording of the concert held back in June of 2006, at the Laforet Museum Roppongi in Tokyo, and officially released on this album. The problem with that release though, was that it lacked several of the performances from the concert.

This bootleg recording not only includes the concert in its entirety, but also boasts an unprecedented level of sound-quality - to the degree, in fact, that one could almost mistake it for an official recording. The only downside (apart from a bit of female giggling here and there) is that the encode consists of one big .ogg file. Rather a cheap price to pay though.

Tracklist:

1. Overture to the Destiny (VP2)
2. Fighting the Shadowy Gods (VP1)*
3. Hand to Hand (SOBS)*
4. Requiem to a Predicament ~ Falling Under Negative Consciousness (VP1)
5. Mission to the Deep Space (VP1 & SO2,3)
6. Confidence in the Domination ~VP2 Version~ (VP1,2 & SO3)
7. In Order to Acquire the Light in That Hand (VP2)
8. Piano Solo*
9. Dance Without Mercy or Malice (VP2)
10. A Motion of Finishing Blow (VP2)
11. Celestial Troupe (VP2)
12. Cutting Edge of Notion (SO3)*
13. Doorway to Heaven (VP1)
14. Encore: The Incarnation of Devil (VP1 & SO2,3) ~ Confidence in the Domination ~VP1 Version~ (VP1,2 & SO3)

*not featured on the official release.

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Mar 21, 2008 - 05:22 PM
Koshiro continues to deliverĀ²

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The soundtrack for the original Sekaiju no MeiQ is easily one of my favorite releases from last year - perhaps only outshone by Koshiro's own soundtrack for Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 3. So naturally I had high hopes when I first heard that a sequel was in the works and that Koshiro was returning to do the music. And yes, he delivers, like he always seems to do regardless of whether he does techno or more melody driven music like is the case here. Nice to hear that old-school vgm isn't completely dead yet!

And as with the first game's soundtrack, this one includes the music in both PC-88 and NDS sound source. (And only Japanese tracknames are available until someone does a translation.)

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edit 4/22/08: There were some spelling mistakes in the tracklist of the previously uploaded release. This has been fixed and links have been updated.
edit 4/9/08: I've updated the download links, and the release now comes with English tracktitles.


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Mar 21, 2008 - 02:43 PM
Armored Core for Answer Original Soundtrack

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New AC soundtrack here. Music by Kota Hoshino, per usual, but with helping hand from Hideyuki Eto as well. Eto, who previously worked on Armored Core: Last Raven, only did two tracks here, which I think is a shame as they are my favorites on this soundtrack.

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Mar 18, 2008 - 12:44 PM
Black Mages are B(l)ack

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This shouldn't need much of an introduction. But you can check the vgmdb page (or the .nfo) for further info.

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