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Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories Arranged Album

Catalog Number N/A
Release Date Aug 07, 2006
Publish Format Doujin/Indie
Release Price Free
Media Format Digital
Classification Arrangement
Published by SquareSound
Composed by Yoko Shimomura /
Arranged by Blue_Nocturne

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 Castle Oblivion 1:36
02 What's Going On? 1:56
03 Conflict 0:52
04 Mysterious Nostalgia 0:52
05 Strange Moments 0:44
06 Shadow of Battle 1:53
07 The Sad Truth 1:20
08 The Organization 0:55
09 The 13th Struggle 1:59
10 Decisive Battle 2:31
11 Friendship 1:10
12 Namine's Theme 0:50
13 Rival Battle 1:50
14 Destiny Islands 2:17
15 Lazy Afternoons 2:43
16 Sinister Sundown 1:52
17 Oblivion Wayward 2:40
18 Toccata Flamma 2:02
19 Marluxia 2:18
20 The Final Battle 2:46
21 Riku vs. Ansem 1:54
22 The Castle's Calling 1:51
Disc length 38:51

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Category
Game
Products represented
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
Platforms represented
Nintendo Game Boy Advance

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Notes

I was pretty annoyed when I discovered that there was not going to be a KH:CoM soundtrack, so the next best thing was to do it myself. I started by doing midis at first, they were not completely accurate since it's difficult to hit every single note, but they overall helped me obtain a sense of what type of mood Yoko Shimomura was trying to set up. Then I decided to do MP3 quality versions, but since it was necessary to get every single precise note, ripping them was pretty much necessary. These are not purely rips though, I then had to assign correct/better suited instruments and balance every single song until it sounded more like Kingdom Hearts I. This is of course a "Soundtrack" project, so I tried to stay away from changing notes, and tried to only vary volume and expression. - Blue_Nocturne