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Azel -Panzer Dragoon RPG- Mini Album

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Catalog Number: MJCA-00009
Released On: December 17, 1997
Composed By: Saori Kobayashi, Mariko Nanba
Arranged By: Hayato Matsuo
Published By: Marvelous Entertainment
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 2 CDs
Tracklist:

01 - Ecce Valde Generous Ale (Behold the Precious Wings)
02 - First Battle
03 - Noble Rebel Army
04 - A Holy Nation of Deceit
05 - Solitary Battle
06 - Wings
07 - Separated for Eternity
08 - Premonition of War
09 - Chaos Amongst the Silence
10 - Mutation
11 - Breath of Life
12 - The Blue Ruins
13 - Giant Creature
14 - Rest
15 - Wandering
16 - Forbidden Land
17 - The Black Fleet
18 - Atolm Dragon
Total Time:
50'54"

Be very wary of this soundtrack on the import CD market. Note that the catalog number is MJCA-00009, whereas the complete album, is MJCA-10009. The reason I say this, is because I am one of many that purchased this soundtrack, only to end up disappointed. This is due to the fact that apparently, this soundtrack was released BEFORE the actual game was released, if you look at the release date. The first CD contains 18 tracks, but the second CD contains none, and that is because it is a demo of the actual game. The 18 tracks of music are really nice and clear, and actually seem of a higher sound quality than that of the complete album, but you're missing out on quite a large number of songs. Get this album if you cannot find the other, but be advised that you will be only getting 1/3 of the full score.

Reviewed by: Jason Walton



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