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Glory Days

2/11/2012 Update: Adam caught a vocal track in Wangan 4 that was missing a composer. I've updated that track along with the M3U and SFV and you can find the fixed files here. I also created a new "Updates" category on the sidebar that will help people find updates to releases we make. The archive torrents are still the best way to get all the updated and fixed files.

It's the first release of 2012! Prepare to get bodied by 14 albums including another edition of more stuff we should've released last year.

First up is the Armored Core V Original Soundtrack with music by Kota Hoshino, Yoshikazu Takayama, Tsukasa Saitoh, and Hideyuki Eto. Following that is BlazBlue in L.A. Vocal Editon with music from the original game by Daisuke Ishiwatari but now with all new vocals! Vocalists include Jamison Boaz, Greg Reynard, Dale Paris Sanchez, N.I.N.A., and Jason C. Miller. Next is the Chaos Code Original Soundtrack composed by MintJam, nekono, Kou, -45, and Cheng. Cyber Troopers ''Virtual-On'' Original Sound Track is a reprint of the original album by Kentaro Koyama with an all new arrangement from [H]. We also got more SEGA music with the Gunblade NY & L.A. Machineguns Original Soundtrack.

Motoi Sakuraba is back again with the recent Labyrinth no Kanata Original Soundtrack. Mega Drive Last Action Heroes contains music from classic games Pulseman, Virtua Racing, Ristar, plus Comix Zone and features the music of Junichi Masuda, Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, Tomoko Sasaki, Naofumi Hataya, and Howard Drossin. Gambling addicts will be happy to hear that Pachi-Slot biohazard Original Soundtrack is available with music from Satoshi Ise.

The SEGA music love continues with the Rad Mobile Original Soundtrack and SEGA Sound Unit [H.] 1st Album. This album from [H]. features some great arrangements from classic SEGA games After Burner, Virtual-On, Outrun, Burning Rangers, and more. We follow up that with the awesome Sonic Generations Original Soundtrack Blue Blur. Jun Senoue is back again along with Naofumi Hataya, Richard Jacques, Tomoya Ohtani, Cash Cash, and others.

Wrapping up this release is the Soulcalibur V Original Soundtrack. Andrew Aversa, Cris Velasco, Hiroki Kikuta, Inon Zur, and Tomoki Miyoshi join Junichi Nakatsuru for a fresh take on this series. We also have the Symphonic Odysseys Tribute to Nobuo Uematsu showcasing the WDR Rundfunkorchester Köln and WDR Rundfunkchor Köln. Finally, it's the Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 Original Soundtrack with the one and only Yuzo Koshiro.

Just a quick note that going forward we will be utilizing the Album Artist tag on all of our releases. Previously we left this tag null, but after meeting with the team it was decided that this would be useful for various portable music devices and so forth. So Album Artist will equal Artist except when there is more than one. In which case the Album Artist tag gets populated to "Various Artists". In the spirit of election season, I created an unscientific poll to provide your thoughts on the sidebar. However please feel free to leave any additional feedback you have in the comments below.

Armored Core V Original Soundtrack
BlazBlue in L.A. Vocal Editon
Chaos Code Original Soundtrack
Cyber Troopers ''Virtual-On'' Original Sound Track
Gunblade NY & L.A. Machineguns Original Soundtrack
Labyrinth no Kanata Original Soundtrack
Mega Drive Last Action Heroes
Pachi-Slot biohazard Original Soundtrack
Rad Mobile Original Soundtrack
SEGA Sound Unit [H.] 1st Album
Sonic Generations Original Soundtrack Blue Blur
Soulcalibur V Original Soundtrack
Symphonic Odysseys Tribute to Nobuo Uematsu
Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 Original Soundtrack

posted by Msia on 09 February


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I love you.

comment posted by LCC on 09 February

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Right back at you LCC <3

comment posted by Msia on 09 February

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I hate you.

comment posted by ddaydj on 09 February

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Glory days indeed ^_^

comment posted by Adam on 10 February

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I recommend if there's a clear case where a majority of the tracks/length on an album are done by a particular artist/group, this one artist/group should be tagged as the album artist, rather than it simply be "Various Artists". I believe the point of the field is to easily assign an album to a particular artist even when there is some variation involved amongst the tracks.

Thanks for the great releases! =D

comment posted by Kaleb.G on 10 February

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Thank you!~

comment posted by Zaggy on 10 February

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You're the man!!!!

comment posted by hadomancer on 10 February

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Thank you so f MUCH! :D

comment posted by borre on 10 February

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Wow, these are Glory Days to us all! Such fantastic music right there. I'm at a loss guys, too... much... AWESOME!!!

comment posted by Gameguardian on 10 February

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That SoulCalibur V OST is especially awesome, like the packaging is damn well made and the booklet with notes from composers, so glad I ordered it.

comment posted by dane on 10 February

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thank you Msia~

comment posted by twomix on 10 February

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Don't even know where to start with these releases Msia. Many thanks!

comment posted by Masterzophar on 10 February

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Thanks for this. Soul Calibur V.... ^_^

comment posted by Sorcerian on 10 February

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Mother of God.

comment posted by Mosesplan on 11 February

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WMMT4 track 206 is missing composer tag, just so you know (incase you decide to do one of those archive torrents in a year).

comment posted by Adam on 11 February

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Great new release guys! Actually really excited to hear the pachi ost for Biohazard :)

comment posted by Blizzje on 11 February

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Adam: Thanks for catching that. I will post a fix for it shortly.

comment posted by Msia on 11 February

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Wow! Awsome! Thank you gamemp3s!

comment posted by Shinji Kazuya on 11 February

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Damn So much music. thanks as always.

comment posted by david on 11 February

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Oh my God!!!!!! "Mega Drive Last Action Heroes" includes the complete soundtrack of Pulseman!!! O.O

I simply love this game!!! I'd like this game could be more popular.

comment posted by Henrique on 11 February

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Very happy and will UP the Trent from 2005 to 2009, summary file in the archives of the games mp3s
Is prima facie dropped past archives. Hard like it and FC, PCE, MD to retro
Is there also a summary and Nice.

comment posted by lupin on 13 February

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Kaleb.G: The team and I talked at great length about what the best way would be to tag this Album Artist field. Trying to define what a majority is and coming up with a rule that could be applied to all albums is very subjective. So it just seemed the most logical solution was to set it equal to the Artist tag, except when there's more than one, then it would be "Various Artists". Thanks for the feedback.

comment posted by Msia on 13 February

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2007 File is summarized past archives from 2005
Is okay. If 2008 and 2009 annual
I glad and spits out the archive. 2008-2009
Link files are disappeared and the time you'd like

comment posted by lupin on 14 February

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lupin: I went back this past weekend and fixed the broken link and artworks for 2009 and 2008. Are you requesting an archive torrent for 2008 and 2009?

comment posted by Msia on 14 February

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Wow, what an incredible release. Thank You!!

comment posted by bluegato on 15 February

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I am sorry. This is our Japanese. Automatic translation in English
Corresponds to. 2008 & 2009 Download link
Vanished. Revive the links individually or hassle
If no, Trent 2008 and 2009 summary archive
In the file, please. In Japan language translator
You are so well hardly told, sorry.

comment posted by lupin on 17 February

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comment posted by mazoboom on 27 February

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comment posted by lupin on 03 March

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I hate to sound picky but the composer for Gunblade NY and LA Machineguns is listed on VGMdb as "Kentaro Koyama" (alias of Kentaro Kobayashi) not just "SEGA".

comment posted by Zeether on 29 April

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vgmdb goes above and beyond what is listed in the inserts/components of an album. We strictly stick with what is listed in the album credits, because that is what's "known". We generally don't cross reference other albums or use other sources of information because they're not reliable, even if they may be correct.

comment posted by dancey on 29 April

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comment posted by Biker on 11 June

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Thanks fam you saved my life with the last action heroes.

comment posted by aye on 05 September

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