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Like The Wind

2/29/2012 Update: Nights and I screwed up the folder name on the Alex Kidd Complete Album. It's tagged correctly, but the folder name is not. Will fix this in the next release.

Back again with a nice potpourri release. New stuff, old stuff, and lots of original music by SEGA!

First up are a bunch of albums SEGA was too lazy to provide decent credits for: Alex Kidd Complete Soundtrack, Power Drift Original Soundtrack, Rail Chase Original Soundtrack, and SEGA Motorcycle Music History. Next is the Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon Series Original Soundtrack featuring arrangements of classic Final Fantasy tunes by Yuzo Takahashi. We follow this up with the recent Gyakuten Saiban Sound Box covering the music of the first three games by Masakazu Sugimori, Akemi Kimura, and Noriyuki Iwadare. After that it's the Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning The Soundtrack with new music from Grant Kirkhope, Mark Cromer, and performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.

Hideki Abe is back in the new Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary Original Soundtrack. In addition, we also have the Resistance 3 Original Soundtrack composed by by Boris Salchow. Super 32X 15th Anniversary Album contains music from the following 32X games: Space Harrier (Hiro), Stellar Assault (Masaru Setsumaru, Naofumi Hataya, and Teruhiko Nakagawa), Virtua Racing Deluxe (Naofumi Hataya, Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, and Tomoko Sasaki), Parasquad (Naoshi Kunisawa, Masami Yitsuse), Metal Head (Teruhiko Nakagawa, Jun Senoue), and Virtua Fighter (Takayuki Nakamura, Masaru Setsumaru). Finally, we have the Vermilion vs Rent-a-Hero Original Soundtrack with even more music from Hiro.

Alex Kidd Complete Soundtrack
Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon Series Original Soundtrack
Gyakuten Saiban Sound Box
Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning The Soundtrack
Power Drift Original Soundtrack
Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary Original Soundtrack
Rail Chase Original Soundtrack
Resistance 3 Original Soundtrack
SEGA Motorcycle Music History
Super 32X 15th Anniversary Album
Vermilion vs Rent-a-Hero Original Soundtrack

posted by Msia on 28 February

comments

comment #1

Thanks for the nice potpourri release.

comment posted by Jimmy Somerville on 29 February

comment #2

Awesomeness!!!

comment posted by bluegato on 29 February

comment #3

Much appreciation for bestowing on us such wondrous delights!

comment posted by Adam on 29 February

comment #4

Thanks a lot.

comment posted by Gmastershief on 29 February

comment #5

Gyakuten SOUND BOX!!! ZOMG!! Thank you!

comment posted by Popple on 29 February

comment #6

Thanks, Reckoning is awesome.

comment posted by Mika on 29 February

comment #7

Thanks, nice collection!

comment posted by Zsolt on 29 February

comment #8

Ace Attorney, Puyo Pop, AND Rail Chase?! Thank you thank you thank you!

comment posted by Esch on 29 February

comment #9

thank you Msia~

comment posted by twomix on 29 February

comment #10

Is the catalog number for Resistance 3 "SE-3015-2" right ?
vgmdb currently have the Vinyl for Halo: CE Anniv. with that cat.

comment posted by Myrkul on 01 March

comment #11

Myrkul: I don't know what the true catalog number (SE-3019-2?) is because there are actually two different ones on the album. SE-3015-2 (Halo: CE Anniversary Vinyl) on the spine and SE-3010-2 (inFamous 2) on the disc. I went with the former since we already released inFamous 2 last year and I didn't want two albums with duplicate catalog numbers.

comment posted by Msia on 01 March

comment #12

An amazing mix of new and old pearls. I will enjoy these during this weekend. VGM weekend (as it should be), here I come :)

comment posted by Gameguardian on 01 March

comment #13

Oops, forgot to say thank you! As always, wonderful work and thank you very much :)

comment posted by Gameguardian on 01 March

comment #14

thanks for all the great albums. i got a question i hope someone can help with. i try to download and share when i can but i dont always like to get all the albums released. i recently got a new laptop and installed the newest utorrent but now when i try to load a torrent file in the new utorrent it automatically starts downloading everything in the torrent. my old utorrent would bring up a menu asking which ones i wanted to grab and which ones i didnt. is this something you guys changed on your end or is there an option im not seeing that will allow me to do this? thanks a ton for the great releases and keep it up.

comment posted by jeff on 01 March

comment #15

jeff: go to Preferences > UI Settings at the bottom, under 'When adding torrents' and you'll be able to patch things up.

New uTorrent is pretty sucky. I'm probably gonna start looking into alternatives soon, unless there's a way to restore pretty much everything to how it used to be.

comment posted by xeno on 03 March

comment #16

Just realised I phrased that pretty unclearly. Preferences is at the top (or Ctrl+P), 'When adding torrents' is at the bottom. Soz.

comment posted by xeno on 03 March

comment #17

Thank you!

Is it just me or does the first game of Gyakuten sound different on the soundbox from the previously released soundtrack? Maybe GBA/DS differences? I don't have my external hdd with all the releases here at the moment.

Anyway, thanks for another great release.

comment posted by Emil on 03 March

comment #18

thanks xeno worked great!!

comment posted by jeff on 03 March

comment #19

Good stuff, guys! Thanks a lot!

comment posted by RockyRaccoon on 05 March

comment #20

I AM SO HAPPY I FOUND THIS SITE, MY GOD...THE BEAUTIFUL MUSICSSSS...I AM IN HEAVEN. In a more sane tone, THANK YOU!

comment posted by DTCM on 16 March

comment #21

Thanks!!

comment posted by 19HNEWS on 25 March

comment #22

Everything in my power to avoid looking at all the tracks for the Ace Attorney soundtracks. Even after all these years, I'm only in the fifth case thanks to the Phoenix Wright Trilogy HD. Already I've had what I suspect will've been a crowning moment of...something!, spoiled on me by glancing the last track title, thinking, foolishly, it may just be that particular (glorious) bit from early in the fifth case.

All the more reason to blow through those ASAP.

comment posted by TJF588 on 06 January

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