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Old Jun 19, 2014, 11:33 AM
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Worthy for Gunstar Heroes and Alien Soldier, this goes definitely in my wishlist!

edit: tracklist: http://www.wave-master.com/ent/detai...711/index.html

Cool, Alien Soldier takes the entirety of disc 4.

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Old Jun 19, 2014, 11:40 AM
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Man, I hope a vol.2 of this will feature Vampire Killer... that soundtrack needs an high quality remaster!
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Old Jun 19, 2014, 01:28 PM
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aw sweet. maybe there is some cool composer info for ESWAT like there was for the 32x anniversary album they put out.
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Old Jun 19, 2014, 03:48 PM
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aw sweet. maybe there is some cool composer info for ESWAT like there was for the 32x anniversary album they put out.
Tempted to bet that all the credits we will get is MUSIC BY SEGA. (and perhaps some liner commentary by some composers)
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Old Jun 19, 2014, 10:53 PM
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Tempted to bet that all the credits we will get is MUSIC BY SEGA. (and perhaps some liner commentary by some composers)
on second thought, yeah.
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Old Jun 20, 2014, 10:02 AM
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What kind of merchandise was released in celebration for the 20th anniversary? I mean stuff that sports this logo.

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Nice collection, uber nostalgic!

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Old Nov 11, 2014, 04:58 PM
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On first part of disc 2 this is right?

BGM 1,3,4,2
Boss Theme 2,1

Messed up bgm order?
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Old Nov 12, 2014, 12:08 PM
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it's not in order but that's how it was printed. not sure if it's an error though.
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Old Dec 15, 2014, 02:55 PM
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In ten years Wavemaster has released complete albums / anniversary boxes for the following Sega series:

2005:
Space Harrier

2007:
OutRun
Monster World
Hang-On
After Burner
Galaxy Force & Thunder Blade

2008:
Golden Axe
Phantasy Star
Fantasy Zone
Vermillion & Rent a Hero

2009:
Shinobi
Alex Kidd

2012:
Bare Knuckle

Not to mention many, many other releases (Sorcerian MD, the "Last Action Heroes" box, this one etc.) that pretty much have covered the entirety or Sega's arcade and consumer music history.

Dare I say, the most glaring omission thus far is the Shining Force original series?

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Old Dec 15, 2014, 10:33 PM
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Not to mention many, many other releases (Sorcerian MD, the "Last Action Heroes" box, this one etc.) that pretty much have covered the entirety or Sega's arcade and consumer music history.

Dare I say, the most glaring omission thus far is the Shining Force original series?
Yeah, the Shining series is a major omission, but I think the lack of releases for any of their Disney games (Illusion series, Quackshot) is equally glaring.

And there's still the remainder of the Sonic series (Sonic 3/S&K, Knuckles Chaotix, Sonic 3d Blast)

I hope there's a followup to this album, but now I'm doubtful. You'd think it would have been announced by now.
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Yes; however, while with Disney I imagine there might be copyright problems (the music could probably be published but the games's artwork should require a license renewal I guess. [unless you go the Yuzo Koshiro Best Collection or Clarice Sunsoft Rom Cassette way and just omit the copyrighted material]; with Shining Force, which is wholly owned by Sega, It's strange that an album hasn't surfaced yet.
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So what's the deal with the E-SWAT music suddenly being credited to Chikako "Tarnya" Kamatani, when the game's credits list "Dolphin" and "Middle Village"? Are they lying now or were they lying then (betting on the latter)?

Also disappointed in seeing "SEGA" under "Mega Q" instead of confirmation of the musicians behind Shinobi III.
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1). I'm fairly certain the credits here are compiled from staff rolls, because a lot of these Sega compilation albums don't have credits.

2). Tarnya did the SMS version of E-SWAT, so someone botched that.
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Party Quiz MEGA Q has music done solely by Hirofumi Murasaki. I believe the other two guys he worked with were credited as sound producers or something.
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Party Quiz MEGA Q has music done solely by Hirofumi Murasaki. I believe the other two guys he worked with were credited as sound producers or something.
I see. Glad to have a screenshot there, 'cause I'll be damned if I have to play it. Is there a resource for credit images like that? I'm probably missing something obvious.
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Yeah, that site has many more. (only regarding the audio staff)
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Where does one pre-order this?
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This came out last year. Did you misread the release date?
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Oh...woops...
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Do you think it's just a coincidence that the booklet only states that You Takada did the music for ESWAT? Could Takayuki Nakamura have only been responsible for sound effects? Or did I simply misunderstand the entire thing...
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Old Feb 9, 2017, 02:52 PM
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Nakamura has said he wrote music for E-SWAT, so seems like an error.
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Alright, thanks for verifying.
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