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Old Jul 22, 2009, 03:46 AM
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So, APCG-9002~3 got changed to APCG-9002. I took a look at how this album is cataloged on Japanese sites, and it seems that no one lists it as APCG-9002~3. However, the album does block APCG-9003, so that does imply that APGC-9002~3 is correct.

Can anyone supply a scan of the second disc?
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Old Jul 22, 2009, 04:19 AM
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That is interesting. You're right: the catalog number shown on the back tray and the liner notes states simply APCG-9002. On the side of the album opposite the obi, the top slot says APCG-9002 (APCG-9003R) and the bottom slot says APCG-9002 (APCG-9004R). I haven't opened my copy yet, so that's as much information as I can provide for now.
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Old Jul 22, 2009, 04:53 AM
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This odd catalog numbering system that Crash mentions seems to be the standard for Apollon's 2-disc releases (APCG-900X). Basically they use a main cat. number for the entire album and then sub-numbers for each disc. For example, APCG-9001 has sub-numbers APCG-9001R for disc 1 and APCG-9002R for disc 2. And APCG-9004 uses APCG-9005R for disc 1 and APCG-9006R for disc 2.

Since these three seem to be the only releases with an APCG-900X cat. number that we are aware of (not counting the Soul Calibur soundtrack which was released years later by Bandai), we end up with the following list:

APCG-9001 (9001R, 9002R)
APCG-9002 (9003R, 9004R)
APCG-9004 (9005R, 9006R)

This also pretty much proves there was never a 'APCG-9003' released, perhaps it was an intended release that got canceled or something?
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Thanks for that info. I've updated the cat numbers for the discs on those 3 albums.
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Does anybody know what system "Ghost Train" originally was on?
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Old Dec 3, 2012, 02:36 PM
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NES. The untranslated title of the game, which we should be using because it was only released in Japan, is Akagawa Jiro no Yuurei Ressha.
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ohhh, THAT game.

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