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Old Oct 9, 2009, 01:44 PM
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The "buy at" link to CDJapan links to the wrong item, and CDJapan no longer has it listed.
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Old Oct 9, 2009, 01:58 PM
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Thanks for the alert. I've removed the link.
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Old Feb 20, 2010, 06:53 PM
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Based on the fact that Teruhiko Nakagawa's only track on here that isn't a Blazy Mix is Enemy or Friend?, a story event track, wouldn't that make Teruhiko the one behind the story events (and the Blaze-exclusive ones, fittingly enough) not featured here?

In addition, wouldn't it make sense that Chamy Ishikawa and/or Hiroyuki Hamada were the ones who did I Wanna Breathe and Just A Breath! (SE) along with all the other miscellanious in-game fanfares, as neither Hideki nor Teruhiko are given credit for them? They might not have originally composed I Wanna Breath and Just A Breath [Yukifumi Makino did**], but somebody had to have arranged them for the DS, right? (Especially how the last note of I Wanna Breath is held instead of a quick jab and Just A Breath! is in a different key). In either case, Yukifumi Makino needs to be turned dark blue in the artists section.

**NOTE: The Sonic Colors OST (http://vgmdb.net/album/21444) confirms that Makino composed this.

Furthermore, if Hideki did, in fact, do tracks 23 and 24, then wouldn't it have said "& Re-Arrangement on 23, 24" after it?

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Hideki Naganuma: A New Day (Title Edit), Invincibility, Medley Rush #1

Teruhiko Nakagawa: The Ordinary Zone (aka Zone Select), Theme of Sonic's Event, Theme of Blaze's Event*, After the Fight, Kick the Eggman, Theme of Comical Event, Theme of Warm Event, Theme of Strained Event, Theme of After the Fight, The Last Zone (aka Zone Select 2), Anxiety, A Flicker of Hope, The Metamorphosis, Blaze Pinch!, Groove Rush #6**/*** (aka "It's a New Record!"),* Invincibility (Blazy Mix), 1-Up! **** (aka One-Up!), I Wanna Breathe****, Just A Breath! (SE)****, The Secret, Leaf Storm Zone (Demo Version)*****, Act Clear (Demo Version), Boss (E3 Demo Version), Boss - Pinch (E3 Demo Version)

*Through Enemy or Friend? (aka Blaze Appears) (aka Leaf Storm Zone (Demo Version)). The rest share the same general composition style, much like all the tracks credited to Naganuma. Another way to think about is if, based on Enemy or Friend?/Blaze Appears, Nakagawa is assumed to have done all post-boss cutscenes or all cutscenes period. These include After the Fight, Kick the Eggman and Blaze Pinch!, which all share the common elements of all the other tracks I've credited to Nakagawa.
**Groove Rush #7 = "It's a New Record! (Blazy Mix)" [Groove Rush #6 is a Re-Arrangement by Nakagawa that is reused for BOTH characters in SRA]
***Reused in Sonic Rush Adventure (under the name "Out of Breath" [official name now?]) [Naganuma is not credited]
****Used again in Sonic Rush Adventure and Sonic Colors (DS) [Hideki Naganuma, Masayoshi Ishi and Hiroyuki Hamada are never credited again]
*****Original version of "Enemy or Friend?"/"Blaze Appears;" first section was used to create that particular song heard in the final version of the game

Masayoshi Ishi: What U Need is PSG, Groove Rush #1 PSG, Groove Rush #2 PSG

Hiroyuki Hamada: A New Day (PSG Title Edit)

Credits
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Fmb-jax7p8#t=1m41s
Sound Director: Teruhiko Nakagawa
Sound Creators: Hideki Naganuma, Masayoshi Ishi [Chamy.Ishi (T's Music)], Hiroyuki Hamada (T's Music)

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Old Jan 2, 2011, 02:58 PM
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I take it the credits for track 23-24 come from the coverscans for SONIC COLORS ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK ViViD SOUND x HYBRiD COLORS? If so, it would be useful to post that information here to ease verification.
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Old Apr 10, 2011, 12:13 PM
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I Wanna Breathe and Just a Breath! have been reused in other Sonic titles for the Nintendo DS, namely Sonic Rush Adventure and Sonic Colors

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KtqiHDyEyw - Drowning in Sonic Colors

Since Teruhiko Nakagawa is the only one of the four sound team members involved with all three titles, then Tracks 23 and 24 are therefore his arrangements.

Similarly, the 1-Up jingle is unchanged, therefore it is composed and arranged by Nakagawa

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKaZ2qtne5g - 1-Up in Sonic Colors
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Old Apr 14, 2012, 06:10 AM
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Has anyone been able to rip their own copy? I've tried ripping it using EAC v1.03 (Will not detect gaps it stays frozen at Track 1) and dbPoweramp CD Ripper and none of them work properly when extracted, just 'silence' wav/flac files?

Is this AP?
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Old Apr 15, 2012, 09:51 AM
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Has anyone been able to rip their own copy? I've tried ripping it using EAC v1.03 (Will not detect gaps it stays frozen at Track 1) and dbPoweramp CD Ripper and none of them work properly when extracted, just 'silence' wav/flac files?

Is this AP?
Sorry bro, you're not supposed to talk about ripping albums here. Illegal and such.
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Old Apr 15, 2012, 10:01 AM
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Since when ripping albums is illegal?
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Old Apr 15, 2012, 10:20 AM
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Not even that, since when are we not supposed to talk about it? lmao. I've seen over a dozen EAC logs posted, that's talk enough about ripping, it's the physical rip log. Is there some rule or announcement I missed?
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Old Apr 15, 2012, 10:24 AM
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@Neo_Chip:
Didn't encounter any problem, here. EAC 0.99 prebeta 5.

DXAshram:
LuLz. I always thought it was totally legit to create a digital copy of your album, at least until you keep it to yourself (along with the album) and don't share it
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Old Apr 18, 2012, 08:44 PM
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@Neo_Chip:
Didn't encounter any problem, here. EAC 0.99 prebeta 5.

DXAshram:
LuLz. I always thought it was totally legit to create a digital copy of your album, at least until you keep it to yourself (along with the album) and don't share it
Thanks nice to know its rippable, my laptop just got a BLOD time to use the desktop. Hope it works
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Old Apr 15, 2020, 04:58 AM
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Nowadays I've been starting to feel that the event tracks (save for "Enemy or Friend?") were actually composed by Masayoshi Ishi and Hiroyuki Hamada, and not Teruhiko Nakagawa. Sega Retro claims those two were brought in just to do PSG versions, but I don't see any proof of that. Those tracks also feel different from Nakagawa's stuff, as his work sounds closer to Sonic Advance 2 and the E3 Demo (his tracks are PSG heavy). It would make more sense for T's Music to be brought in to finish off the soundtrack than editing a few tracks. Maybe Ishi could clarify his role.

The drowning jingle is also said to be Nakagawa's, but I don't think the fact it was reused in titles he worked on is enough proof.
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