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Dragon Quest VII ~Warriors of Eden~ OST
Catalog Number: KICA-1464
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:

01 - Overture VII
02 - Intermezzo
03 - Morning in Eden
04 - Saraband
05 - Echo of Horns Throughout the Castle
06 - Heavenly Village
07 - Days of Sadness
08 - Relaxing Corner
09 - Paradise
10 - Garden of Time
11 - Banquet Plaza
12 - Memories of a Lost World
13 - Moving Through the Present
14 - Shadow of Death
15 - Fighting Spirit
16 - World of the Strong
17 - Sphinx
18 - Mysterious Sanctuary
19 - Aboard Ship~Pirates of the Sea
20 - To My Loved One
21 - Revival Prayer
22 - Toura Dance
23 - Screams from the Tower of Monsters
24 - With Sadness in Heart
25 - A Safe Haven
26 - Magic Carpet
27 - Over the Horizon
28 - Orgo Demila
29 - Triumphal Return ~ Epilogue
Total Time:
61'06"

When King Records ran a vast series of Dragon Quest album reprints, they split up the "Symphonic Suite + OST" released by SPE Visual Works for Dragon Quest VII. This particular release is for the OST portion. And what can I say about it? Basically, it's a PSOne synth version of the music Sugiyama wrote originally for a full symphony orchestra.

In other words, I'm not a huge fan.

If you're into Dragon Quest music, you're probably in it for the full symphonic suite sound. And that's what I'd recommend you pursue. But if you think there is some merit to having the synth OST as well, then you'll be glad to know that this album was printed in 2009. If you're interested, pick it up before it, like so many DQ albums before now, goes out of print.

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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