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Suite Dragon Quest I•II
Catalog Number: KICC-6321
Released On: October 7, 2009
Composed By: Koichi Sugiyama
Arranged By: Koichi Sugiyama
Published By: King Records
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 1 CD
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Tracklist:

Suite Dragon Quest I
01 - Overture March
02 - Château Ladutorm
03 - People
04 - Unknown World
05 - Fight
06 - Dungeons
07 - King Dragon
08 - Finale
Suite Dragon Quest II Akuryo no Kamigami
09 - Dragon Quest March
10 - Love Song
11 - Château
12 - Prosperous Town
13 - Fright in Dungeon ~ Devil's Tower
14 - Requiem
15 - Distant Journey ~ Across the Plain ~ Endless World
16 - Beyond the Waves
17 - Deathfight ~ Dead or Alive
18 - My Road My Journey
Total Time:
53'46"

So here's a neat trick. Take the "live recorded" portions from two extremely old albums and repackage them on this one disc as part of a massive Dragon Quest / Sugiyama library reprint on King Records.

Yes, the "Suite Dragon Quest" and "Suite Dragon Quest II" orchestral/jazz/live recorded tracks (from albums with catalog numbers BY30-5121 and BY30-5136) have been joined together on this lovely little album.

The Tokyo Strings Ensemble did some extremely offbeat jazzy stuff that just doesn't fit the Sugiyama style that we've all come to know and love. But, if you want to hear something different from Sugiyama... well, here it is! Pick it up while it's still fresh.

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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