Drying of Blood 01:54 31. The music for the second and fourth stages also maintain this upbeat chiptune quality, whereas the third and fifth stage themes are more ambient and experimental. An Empty Tome 03:37 17. Stage Map A Stage Map A 0:18. Dance of Pearls 02:33 22. Unused Piece of Music 01:06 21.
A Lullaby Sent to the Devils Ranking 00:59 48. Stage Map D Stage Map D 00:18 21. Lament of Innocence, Symphony of the Night. A great homage to the Castlevania Series It took a long time but finally there is a compilation that covers the whole Castlevania universe in one box admittedly with some missing items but given the large volume some exclusions are excusable to any but the most die hard fans. This soundtrack is the most extensively cut on the box set, with nearly two thirds of the tracks being omitted. While one of the most impressive scores of the series, it's presentation is atrocious on the box set. Secret Ending~ From вЂњTokimeki MemorialвЂќ 00:47 24 Heartthrob ~Flute Only ver.
Unfortunately, the box set features some major production problems. In addition, there are some fascinating videos of the spirited yet professional recording sessions that took place for the autobiographical music disc. Ohsono, Soutarou Tojima, Hiroshi Mitsuoka, Sota Fujimori, Kiyohiko Yamane, Masanori Akita, , Akihiro Honda, Yasuhiro Ichihashi, Yasushi Asada. Though a lot of these tracks are serviceable in context, most are too repetitive and heavy-handed to appeal on a stand-alone level. Although, I have the suspicion Konami will use all new names in this soundtrack.
If you are like me and bought always the few items available here and there in stores it left you with a feeling that you could not find the items you really wanted to listen to. While this is a decent exclusive, the score for Castlevania: The Medal for slot machines merely comprising one minute of orchestral fanfares is also pointlessly tagged on to the end of this disc. Game Over Game Over 00:08 32. The Rigor of Scorched Earth 03:35 08. Note that the music for the Super Nintendo adaptation of Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, Castlevania: Dracula X, is omitted from the box set. However, sometimes the score labours the pre-existing formula too much, resulting in a sound that is as grating as it is superficial.
Go-Go In The Great Castle 1st. Battle With The Will To Die 6:22. The Pirate Ship Has Come 01:34 26. Body The box set fittingly appropriately opens with the soundtrack of Castlevania aka Akumajo Dracula , regarded as a classic for good reason. Battle with Chaos 01:52 39.
New Messiah Glass Castle 2:57. Deep Blue Roaming 02:36 11. Stage Clear Stage Clear 0:11. Black Mass Opening 02:01 20. Sign of Blood Relationship 00:38 02. Proud Lone Challenger 02:31 25.
Doorway to the Abyss 01:49 27. Unfortunately, there are no subtitles, even though there was substantial international interest towards the box. Dracula's Death Death Theme 0:39. This looks like a wasted opportunity to me. Cross on the Breast 03:00 27.
It doesn't sound this way in the game. Chaotic Play Ground 02:17 15. Bloody Tears Stage4 01:58 28. The exclusives are welcome bonuses, but are hardly spectacular and worth paying heavy money for. While the full soundtrack release featured a few redeeming arranged versions, only one made it into the slightly condensed box set.
Wedding March of Tragedy Start Demo 00:19 35. While the arrangements are generally suitable for portraying a range of game contexts, particularly the darker orchestrations, they are rarely elaborate or developed enough to be of much stand-alone interest. Nocturne in the Moonlight 01:47 05. Many of these seem to have been due to clumsiness or laziness, rather than for artistic reasons. It omits most of the additional music featured on the more recent edition of the game's soundtrack, though only one of these tracks is significant.
Tan Tan Tango 01:17 29. Balget Mountain Range 05:26 03. The set will also include the soundtrack, which was previously a. The second half of the eighth disc of the box set features arrangement of the music from the X68000's Akumajo Dracula for its PlayStation remake aka Akumajo Chronicles: Akumajo Dracula. The music for aka The Legend of Dracula features more of the same: simple and upbeat chiptune melodies inspired by pop and rock movements. As the game is a versus fighting title, the music is mostly written in a rock-orchestral style by Yasushi Asada. Game Over Game Over 00:08 58.