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Shadow Hearts Arrange Album Announced
08.19.05 - 5:56 PM

Team Entertainment today announced that it will release two Shadow Hearts soundtracks in Japan next week: The Shadow Hearts From the New World Original Soundtrack and an arrange album titled Near Death Experience, Shadow Hearts Arrange Tracks.

While the former is the soundtrack accompanying last month's PlayStation 2 Shadow Hearts From the New World, the latter is an arrange album featuring contributions from series composer Yoshitaka Hirota as well as Kenji Itou and Yasunori Mitsuda. The one-disc album will feature arrangements of eleven songs taken from all three Shadow Hearts games. It will carry the catalogue number KDSD-00077.

The original soundtrack of Shadow Hearts From the New World will ship on two discs containing a total of 64 tracks composed by Hirota. The soundtrack's catalogue number is KDSD-00078-79.

Both albums will be available in Japan on August 24th. The Shadow Hearts From the New World Original Soundtrack will retail for 3,200 yen ($28.98 USD), while Near Death Experience, Shadow Hearts Arrange Tracks will go on sale for 3,000 yen ($27.16 USD).




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