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Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome Soundtrack
Catalog Number: N/A
Released On: July 27, 2005
Composed By: Takayuki Aihara, Hiroshi Takagi, Ayako Saso, Ryo Sakai, Hiroto Saitoh, Tsuyoshi Kaneko, Tamiya Terashima
Arranged By: Takayuki Aihara, Ryo Sakai, Ayako Saso, Hiroto Saitoh, Tamiya Terashima
Published By: NIS America
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 1 CD
Tracklist:

01 - Phantom Kingdom
02 - Demon's Party
03 - JOKER
04 - The First Battle
05 - Beyond the Darkness
06 - Frenzy of Moment
07 - Transition of Soul
08 - Alexander the God of Destruction
09 - I am the boss!
10 - Another Ending
11 - Apocalypse -The Master of Evil-
12 - The Royal Path -Noaptea spiritelor-
Total Time:
58'16"

This soundtrack was released in the US by NIS America as a bonus soundtrack for the game Makai Kingdom.

Released in Japan as the "Phantom Kingdom Arrange Album," the only difference between this printing and the Japanese printing is the lack of packaging and some slight differences in the track names.

If you read our reviews of the Japanese print, you'll discover that this album is, indeed, one of the best arrange soundtracks NIS has ever released. The multitude of composers makes for a highly enjoyable and wild ride.

If you are ever given the opportunity to attain this album, be it the American or Japanese print, take that opportunity. The music is solid, and it is much unlike your standard RPG themes (you won't hear stuff like this in any Final Fantasy, I guarantee it).

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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