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Summon Night 3 -Maxi Single- Chiaki Fujita (Sing Like Talking)

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Catalog Number: FCCT-0006
Released On: August 20, 2003
Composed By: Chiaki Fujita
Arranged By: Chiaki Fujita
Published By: Frontier Works
Recorded At: ABS Recordings, Bunkamura Studio, Hitokuchizaka Studio STUDIO SOUND DOLI, Power House, Little Bach Studio
Format: 1 CD
Tracklist:

01 - I'm Calling Out the Sun - PS2 Game "Summon Night 3" Opening Theme
02 - Lovelite - PS2 Game "Summon Night 3" Ending Theme
03 - Labyrinth (Inst.)
Total Time:
16'26"

Why should a single, with only a few songs, have a variety of confusing album titles printed all over it? That's what I wanted to know when I picked up this single. I still don't have an answer to my question.

What I do have, on the other hand, are three fun-filled songs from Chiaki Fujita, the musical mind behind Flight-Plan's "Summon Night" series. On this single, we get the opening theme song, the ending theme song, and an instrumental track (technically listed as "Labylinth" since they didn't care to brush up on their Engrish).

The best track among these is, hands down, the ending theme "Lovelite." Listen to the sample: it's good stuff. The same vocalist performed the opening, which is two shades too bright for my liking. As for "Labyrinth," I've mentioned it in another soundtrack review (the generic "Summon Night Soundtrack"). It's a weird one, to be sure.

I have little else to say about this single. I think it's more worthwhile to just get the full OST, granted one can even find it nowadays.

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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