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New Rhapsody Songs

The English and Japanese versions of "Evil Queen" were recently posted on Atlus' site and we thought it would be an excellent time to introduce them to you as well as posting both versions of the introduction song "Someday"

"Evil Queen", which is called "Aku no hana" ("Flowers of Evil") in Japan features Queen Marjoly singing about how evil she is and how badly she wants Prince Ferdinand as her love. The song also features her two minions Myao and Gao. Very well done evil song and both versions are worth a listen.

"Someday", which is called "Itsuka aeru, kitto aeru" (roughly translated as "One day I'll meet him, surely I'll meet him") in Japan is an introduction of Cornet and her puppet friend Kururu. Like Marjoly, Cornet sings about finding the "man of her dreams" while Kururu mocks her bubbly behavior. This lighthearted song is opposite of "Evil Queen" in terms of style, but equally well-performed.

All 4 Rhapsody songs can be found here. We hope to bring you more songs from the Japanese soundtrack soon.

Date Updated:
March 21st, 2000

Time Updated:
12:51 AM


Stahn Mahn

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