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Old Apr 2, 2009, 08:34 AM
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I would leave the catalog number as WM-0620-623 as that's how it reads on the spine of the album. If I was to search for this, would it come up if I typed WM-0620-623 given that it has been changed to WM-0620~3?
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Old Apr 2, 2009, 08:58 AM
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Arcubalis, I changed the catalog number based on the Wave Master standard and this VGMdb statement: "Don't repeat a number after the tilde (e.g. VICL-1356~7, not VICL-1356~57)."

But actually I don't know how to write the catalog number now after you said.
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こんにちわ!光吉です!

さて、今回も今迄の流れ通り、 セガ純血のアーカイブ 的な意味合いを持つ BOXシリーズですから、 基板からの直 接収録満載の 4枚組となっております! 初代アーケード版、 続編の2等々! ゲームで流れていた ままの状態で パッケージに致しました!!

改めて当時の サウンドを聴くと、 荒削り!勢い! 力技!血潮! みたいな物を感じず にはいられない訳です! 雄叫びな訳です! 「デーイートーーーナーーー!!」 な訳です!!

更に、 本アルバムにはマニラで 収録したアレンジ曲、 デイトナの世界を更に感じて 頂ければと思っています。 1枚目の頭にもかなり思い 切ったアレンジ版 を入れましたので (笑)乞うご期待下さい!

それでは一緒に、Let's Go Away!
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It should be noted that Wave Master is not consistent with how they write their own catalogue numbers.

For example:
Golden Axe The Music is WM-0595~0597
AFTER BURNER 20th Anniversary Box is WM-0581~86
MONSTER WORLD COMPLETE COLLECTION ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK is WM-0565~6

I'd recommend we follow the standard of only having changed numbers after the tilde.

We could change the policy so that we follow what's written on the obi, but keep in mind that if we do so, we'd have to be consistent across all entries in our database. This means going over all previous entries to account for variations such as the ones I've listed.

(Another possible solution is to have an optional "catalog variation" field, like how artist name variations are handled)
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Old Apr 9, 2009, 09:02 AM
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So for those of you who have this, were did you pick it up? The Japanese Sega store? I don't see it on amazon.co.jp. Thanks.
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Play-Asia has it for $72
http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-...n-70-3b8y.html
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Mine is coming
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Old May 19, 2009, 10:07 AM
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Best.Set.Ever.
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Old May 20, 2009, 04:09 AM
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I want mine already!! >.<

I remember being at the Arcades and the "DAYTONA~!" blasting over all the other arcades. God, the memories!
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That's expensive...
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Any clues for composer breakdown, or is SEMO's composer/production breakdown spot on?
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Luckily I still have AcidBeast's tags available, and this is how she tagged it. I don't know where she got the information from, but as far as I'm concerned AcidBeast was pretty accurate when she was around (unfortunately she doesn't seem to be around anymore). Anyhow...

Disc 1:
01: 青木千紘
02~49: 光吉猛修
50: Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, Fumio Itoh, Jun Senoue, Tomonori Sawada, Kenichi TOkoi, Richard Jacques, Hideki Naganuma, Keiichi Sugiyama, David Leytze
51: 光吉猛修
52: 青木千紘

Disc 2:
01~41: 光吉猛修

Disc 3:
01~43: 光吉猛修

Disc 4:
01~30: 光吉猛修


I should probably note that it seems like she tagged files only by the arranger if the track is an arrangement. For example track 1 on disc 1 wasn't composed by Chihiro Aoki, but was arranged by her, thus only tagged with her name.

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There are some pending changes, but they are a bit hard to verify with so many tracks and roooolling staaaart arranges. Hopefully somebody could clarify a bit more which ones are credited, implied, reprises, from which albums, etc.

JASRAC has additional credits (write "Daytona" in the second row) which could be useful to verify, though i don't know if they always apply.
Ex.- JASRAC says "SPEED FRIEND-Race" from "Daytona USA 2000" is by Naofumi Hataya. I guess it's the same as 4.19? (from "Daytona USA 2001 for Dreamcast" according to the notes)

(btw, JASRAC usually doesn't specify roles, so it may say "composer" for an arranger).
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There are some pending changes, but they are a bit hard to verify with so many tracks and roooolling staaaart arranges. Hopefully somebody could clarify a bit more which ones are credited, implied, reprises, from which albums, etc.
Daytona USA (Arcade) --> All from this album (http://vgmdb.net/album/318)
*The Name Entry tracks are the only ones that haven't been properly done, otherwise you'd be seeing six more composers in the respective field.

Daytona USA (Saturn) --> Also done by Mitsuyoshi
* Again, the Name Entry tracks have not yet been properly handled

Daytona USA (Dreamcast [under Daytona USA 2001) --> Just gave the same composition information. I know nothing of the Dreamcast sound (namely, what Naganuma and Sugiyama did).

Daytona USA Circuit Edition --> Here (http://vgmdb.net/album/2879)

Daytona USA 2 --> I only put whatever was in the booklet. More information can be gotten from here (http://vgmdb.net/album/2878) whenever scans come up.

Daytona USA 2001 --> Again, I know nothing except about what Naganuma and Sugiyama did. Composition credit goes to Mitsuyoshi where applicable in the same manner as in Daytona USA Circuit Edition

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Old Apr 21, 2011, 07:08 AM
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Ok, based on the above and the notes, here is the info I've compiled. (WIP)

Spoiler:

DISC 1
- From Daytona USA for Arcade: 1-02~1-19 [from OST]
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 1.02~1.17
David Leytze: 1.18
?: 1.19 [medley from OST 23~45? recheck later]

Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 1.02, 1.04**, 1.05, 1.06**, 1.07**, 1.08, 1.09**, 1.10**, 1.11, 1.12**, 1.14, 1.17 (sampled vocals, lyrics)
** partial

- From Daytona USA 2 for Arcade: 1-20~1-49 [from OST + JASRAC]
Fumio Itoh: 1.20, 1.21, 1.23~1.26, 1.28~1.32, 1.34, 1.35, 1.37, 1.38, 1.46, 1.47, 1.49
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 1.27, 1.48
Unknown (surely all by Fumio Itoh): 1.22, 1.33, 1.36, 1.39~45

Ryoichi Hasegawa & Fumio Itoh: 1.20, 1.24, 1.27, 1.30, 1.46~1.49* (lyrics)
Dennis St. James: 1.20, 1.24, 1.27, 1.30 (vocals)
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 1.46~1.49 (vocals)

Seems like the box is missing tracks 2-05~2-12 from Daytona USA 2 OST though. Oh well.

- Bonus tracks: 1-01, 1-50~1-52
1.01, 1.52: see below
1.51: ?
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 1.50


DISC 2
- From Daytona USA for SEGASATURN/PC: 2-01~2-24
** these are like the arcade version except the main songs which probably are the original base songs before the vocals were sampled.
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 2.2~2.17, 2.22~2.24
David Leytze: 2.18
?: 2.19~2.21 (medley)

- From Daytona USA 2001 for Dreamcast: 2-25~2-41
** these sound just like the arcade version, but slightly clearer/cleaner. I don't think they can be considerer 'arranged'.
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 2.25~2.40
David Leytze: 2.41


DISC 3/4
- From Daytona USA CIRCUIT EDITION for SEGASATURN, Daytona USA Evolution for PC: 3-01~3-25 [from OST + JASRAC]]
Jun Senoue: 3.01???, 3.06~3.08, 3.15~3.17, 3.23, 3.24
Tomonori Sawada: 3.02, 3.09~3.11
Kenichi Tokoi: 3.12~3.14, 3.22
Richard Jacques: 3.03~3.05, 3.18-3.21, 3.25

Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 3.3~3.11, 3.15~3.17, 3.25 (reprises)
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 3.25 (vocals, reprise)
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, David Leytze: 3.25 (lyrics, reprise)

- From Daytona USA 2001 for Dreamcast: 3-26~3-42, 4-01~4-30 [from JASRAC]
* these credits come from JASRAC as "Daytona USA 2000". I assume they meant 2001, since there is no such game.

Tatsuyuki Maeda: 3.37
Keiichi Sugiyama: 3.39~3.41, 4.11~4.14**
Naofumi Hataya: 4.19~4.22
Junko Shiratsu: 4.27~4.30
Unknown compositions: 3.26, 3.27, 3.28, 3.29, 3.30, 3.36, 3.42, 4-15~4.18, 4.23~4.26 (Sugiyama?)
Unknown arrangements: 3.31~35, 3.43, 4.01~04.05

**credited as "Desert of Mirrors", "Desert of Layer", "Desert of Wire", "Desert of Fire". I believe they are the same.

Unidentified tracks from JASRAC (probably renamed):
Keiichi Sugiyama: "Exciting Fun", "Dreaming Sun", "Bending Gun", "Never Ending Run" [4.15~4.18?], "Swinging in the Main", "A Good Omen", "Hashed Beats", "The Weeping Blue Sitar", "Before the Burning" [9]
Hirofumi Murasaki: "Working Hard on Pit Lane", "Thanks for Crew", "Don't Let Your Engine Stop!!", "Working Hard on Ring" [4]

Credited in the booklet/game, not in JASRAC: Hideki Naganuma (arranges?)

Takenobu Mitsuyoshi: 3.31~3.35, 3.43, 4.1~4.10 (reprises)




- Staff credits in the booklet:

Original Music by:
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA)
Fumio Itoh (SEGA)
Jun Senoue (SEGA)
Tomonori Sawada (SEGA)
Kenichi Tokoi (SEGA)
Richard Jacques
Hideki Naganuma (SEGA)
Keiichi Sugiyama

Credited tracks (booklet 3):
1-01 Let's Go Away - Piano Ver. -
Composed by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi
Arranged by Chihiro Aoki
Lyrics by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi

1-52 Pounding Pavement - Unplugged Ver . -
Composed by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi
Arranged by Chihiro Aoki
Lyrics by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, David Leytze

1-20 BATTLE ON THE EDGE
Lyrics by Ryoichi Hasegawa & Fumio Itoh
Music composed by Fumio Itoh

1-24 SLING SHOT
Lyrics by Ryoichi Hasegawa & Fumio Itoh
Music composed by Fumio Itoh

1-27 I CAN DO IT
Lyrics by Ryoichi Hasegawa & Fumio Itoh
Music composed by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi

1-30 SKYSCRAPER SEQUENCE
Lyrics by Ryoichi Hasegawa & Fumio Itoh
Music composed by Fumio Itoh


Recredited tracks (back tray):
1-01 Let's Go Away - Piano Ver. -
Lyrics: David Leytze
Composed: Takenobu Mitsuyoshi
Piano & Vocal: Takenobu Mitsuyoshi

1-52 Pounding Pavement - Unplugged Ver . -
Lyrics: David Leytze
Composed: Takenobu Mitsuyoshi
Arranged: Chihiro Aoki
+ other performers
Vocal: Takenobu Mitsuyoshi

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Here's some of the participating musicians on Daytona USA 2001 for Dreamcast.

Musician: Soul Toul, Masaharu Haruna, Norio Sakai, George Kamata.

Soul Toul (drums), Masaharu (Shoji) Haruna (sax), Norio Sakai, George Kamata (guitar).

Masaharu Haruna is from a pop-jazz/horn band called BACCHUS.

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Boy, it's not easy being a Naganuma obsessive. XD

So, by ear or otherwise... Like by the staff roll or whatever, what track(s) did he compose, yo?
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Naganuma was only responsible for sound effects. The game is not listed among his works on his Soundcloud page.
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According to this tweet, Naganuma did NO compositions, not even the Game Over jingle (which sounds a LOT like his JRSF/Ollie King works). I'm guessing he's only credited for composition on this box due to sound effects possibly being classed as compositions.
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So why does this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrZIXAAdnZo have an awesome 5 min version of Skyscraper Sequence while the CDs version is only 1:48? Seems like the CD version is truncated..
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The longer tracks seem to be from this soundtrack: https://vgmdb.net/album/2878

The ones on this disc appear to be shorter looping versions from the actual games.
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