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Old Jul 17, 2009, 03:14 PM
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Which tracks were done by Taro Bando & which ones were done by Hajime Wakai?

I put them both down on all of them, but then saw that Guitar Arranged Edition has them separated.
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Old Jul 17, 2009, 04:56 PM
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Tracks 10 and 20 are Wakai's, rest are Bando.
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Old Jul 17, 2009, 06:24 PM
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Old May 8, 2010, 03:49 PM
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Tracks 10 and 20 are Wakai's, rest are Bando.
Does this come from the game or something? The booklet doesn't specify which tracks Bando and Wakai composed, unless it's in the composer commentary.
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now that you mention it, I'm pretty confused about the source of that information myself. Hajime Wakai is at least credited for "STAFF ROLL" on the guitar arrange album, though "All Need is 30 Deaths" isn't on there. the pony canyon page for the album lists a full breakdown for all the tunes though. that's as close to an official source for the info as i can find at the moment. maybe they do say something about it in the commentaries for the albums.
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Old May 9, 2010, 01:54 PM
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Hmmm, that's interesting. I'd hope the publisher's website would be pretty trustworthy, so I'd assume that's correct, but I wonder why that didn't end up in the booklet (unless, of course, it did in the commentaries).
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Play-Asia Out of Print :'(
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Um, it's been OOP for many years.
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Should Yumiko Kameya & Naoto Ishida be considered "featured" composers (name in blue)? Or does that only apply for doujin albums?
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Old Oct 8, 2013, 02:27 PM
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I kind of feel like marking composers as featured when their music is reused in other game series is okay, but that they should be left unfeatured when their songs are reprised in the same series. I'm okay with Uematsu being featured on Super Mario RPG for his Final Fantasy songs, but it weirds me out lumping the Prelude and chocobo theme being reprised in Final Fantasy XIII-2 in the same category as that. So I'd personally leave Kanki & Ishida unfeatured here.

But I think most people feel that composers should be marked as featured in all situations where they weren't directly involved in the writing of the game's music, which honestly is a more consistent and easily applied standard.

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死の逃亡者 translates to something like "Murderer at large", not "The Long Distance of Murder" (which actually sounds pretty stupid). Should there be a translated tracklist besides the Original English tracklist?

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