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Old Jul 13, 2011, 09:06 AM
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I know this is a late discovery, but you have made some faulty edits to the tracklist, depa. The tracktitles are supposed to be exactly as they are on the covers, not according to any kind of standard.
EDIT: Never mind, I was looking in a different order, but you did make some faulty edits at first...


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Old Jul 13, 2011, 02:19 PM
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The first 3 Resident Evil soundtracks have some differences on some tracks beetwen japanese and western release.
Some month ago I did a check and reorder all the tracklist to match exactly the cover/booklet. In this case I did a mistake but after that I've readded the correct form and now are ok again.

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Old Jul 14, 2011, 08:35 AM
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So is this the soundtrack with a few arrange tracks or what? This is the closest thing I could find to an actual soundtrack for the game but I wasn't sure if it is or not...
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Old Jul 27, 2011, 10:09 AM
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So is this the soundtrack with a few arrange tracks or what? This is the closest thing I could find to an actual soundtrack for the game but I wasn't sure if it is or not...
Yes, you're right. Some tracks also contain dialog from the game, usually at the start of the track, and only where it makes sense game-wise.
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Old Jul 27, 2011, 02:17 PM
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The dialog of the first Resident Evil didn't make sense anywhere game-wise.
Hehe, well I guess that's true
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Old Sep 11, 2011, 06:16 PM
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There is currently no specific credit to Akari Kaida, but I've asked Masami Ueda why, so we should probably not remove her from the entry yet.
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Old Sep 13, 2011, 07:07 PM
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Apparently Akari Kaida only worked with the good ol' "data conversion" for the game.
How do we credit these people? Do we credit them at all?
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Old Sep 13, 2011, 11:15 PM
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Hey Nisto can you ask to Manami compisition info about Capcom games where she did not work on? for example info for RE4 about each track.
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Old Sep 14, 2011, 12:26 AM
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Apparently Akari Kaida only worked with the good ol' "data conversion" for the game.
How do we credit these people? Do we credit them at all?
Typically we don't credit them, but you can assign some special roles in the "manage artists" page. I'm not sure if 'data conversion' falls on any of those though (more here).
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Old Sep 14, 2011, 12:29 AM
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I'd like to think it could fall into Audio Programming. Good call.

depa, I'm not sure I get what you mean. Do you want me to ask him if he knows anything about the compositions for Biohazard 4?
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Old Sep 14, 2011, 05:53 AM
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Nisto, yes I do
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Old Sep 14, 2011, 08:18 PM
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Honestly, he barely knew about the compositions for this album, so I didn't ask him.
I've asked if there is a way I can contact the composers of Biohazard 4 however, so let's hold our thumbs.

EDIT: Sorry, he doesn't know their e-mail addresses.

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Old Nov 14, 2011, 11:33 AM
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I got them from Masami Ueda via e-mail. If Makoto Tomozawa really did make Plant 42, then that must mean Masami Ueda provided some incorrect information.

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Akari Kaida do not offer the music perhaps. Data conversion only.

Song 10 is no music. The only environmental sounds.

There may be other mistakes. But I do not know more than that.
Akari Kaida and Makoto Tomozawa may know the correct information.
In this mail he corrected "Hiroki Kouichi" to "Kouichi Hiroki", which is why he says "other mistakes".
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Old Nov 15, 2011, 10:02 AM
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Tomozawa has a Twitter account. Is anyone up for contacting him about some more details (he speaks English actually)?
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Old Nov 19, 2011, 08:32 AM
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Old Nov 19, 2011, 10:35 AM
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I do. Want me to post it here?
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Old Nov 20, 2011, 10:17 AM
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Old Nov 20, 2011, 11:33 AM
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The full mail:

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I wrote a list of two soundtrack composers.
You can post this list to http://vgmdb.net.
Again, if you have any questions, please ask. :-)

> BIO HAZARD SOUND TRACK REMIX
01:Terror (Darkness Lives) Makoto Tomozawa
02:At Deep Mountains and Dark Valleys, the Night Begins M on M Inc.
03:The One Who Survives M on M Inc.
04:Fatal Bite M on M Inc.
05:Wandering About M on M Inc.
06:A Testator M on M Inc.
07:The Moonlight Sonata Ludwig van Beethoven
08:Yawn M on M Inc.
09:Peace of Mind M on M Inc.
10:Dismal Field ----
11:Ivies' Domain M on M Inc.
12:Vacant Flat M on M Inc.
13:What You Hear Is... M on M Inc.
14:Flooded Corridor M on M Inc.
15:Plant 42 M on M Inc.
16:Deception M on M Inc.
17:Unexpected Crisis (The Nimble One) M on M Inc.
18:Queer Structure M on M Inc.
19:Sigh of Relief M on M Inc.
20:Narrow and Close M on M Inc.
21:Trust or Not M on M Inc.
22:Requiem M on M Inc.
23:Concealed Passage M on M Inc.
24:Black Tiger M on M Inc.
25:The Depth (Far from the Sun) M on M Inc.
26:Disclosed Secret M on M Inc.
27:Concrete Bound Masami Ueda
28:Double-crosser M on M Inc.
29:Treat to Awful Fright Masami Ueda
30:10 Minutes Until Explosion Makoto Tomozawa
31:Finally the Two Met Masami Ueda
32:5 Minutes Until Explosion Makoto Tomozawa
33:Tyrant M on M Inc.
34:Still Dawn Makoto Tomozawa


> TRICKY SLIDERS ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK
01:Tricky Sliders Akari Kaida
02:Wanna Be Game? Akari Kaida
03:Hard Edge Masami Ueda
04:No!! Akari Kaida
05:Glorious Show Masami Ueda
06:U Got A Muffin... Akari Kaida
07:Let's Get Together Akari Kaida
08:Downhill Racer Masami Ueda
09:Side By Side Akari Kaida
10:Go 4 What U Want Akari Kaida
11:Phat! X2L Akari Kaida
12:A Jam On It Masami Ueda
13:Silvery Landscape Masami Ueda
14:Like The Wind Akari Kaida
15:Lingering Night Glow Masami Ueda
16:Glorious Show -Mega Mix- Masami Ueda
17:Let's Get Together -Luv&Snow Mix- Akari Kaida
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I had a post here about how there were two missing tracks on the western release brought out by Viz, but found the listing on here and realized that they are actually on there. I found the album for sale, extremely expensive, on Amazon.com and saw that they strangely only listed 32 tracks. This lead me to believe that the US sound track didn't include all of them. I guess that's a mistake on their part, silly Amazon. Sorry in advance for any confusion if anyone read that before I changed this message.

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Old Mar 17, 2012, 06:18 PM
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Kind of surprising that so much of the main BGM is handled by M on M Inc. The track "Wandering About" (and its various renditions) is probably my favourite track of the whole series.
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Is this the only released version of the original PSX OST? Also outside of the spoken dialog added to some of the tracks what makes this a Remix? Does this sound different then the versions used on the game disc? I read somewhere that the JP release of the game used altered tracks, can anyone enlighten me, thanks!
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I would like to know as well.
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Is this the only released version of the original PSX OST? Also outside of the spoken dialog added to some of the tracks what makes this a Remix? Does this sound different then the versions used on the game disc? I read somewhere that the JP release of the game used altered tracks, can anyone enlighten me, thanks!
And perhaps they were talking about the Dual Shock Director's Cut version? That used different music composed by Mamoru Samuragochi.
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Rather late, but since the question was never answered, this is a synth upgrade/expanded music album. Some tracks are extended and, aside from the opening movie (whose stereo has been remixed and volume balance between the music and the narration made more equal) and "Dismal Field" (which has voice and sound effects added), all are different versions than in the game. Unsurprisingly, it's also not all of the music from the game, but it is most of it.

The first track is an instrumental take-off of the song "Gaze of Ice" featured on this single, but that song was written by Hiroshi Yasukawa, not Makoto Tomozawa. I say "take-off" because it's clearly inspired by the song, but it's not the same. You can find the song on YouTube and if you're familiar with the opening movie to Resident Evil, it's pretty easy to hear the similarity, especially at the beginning. Don't know that I'd add Yasukawa as a composer on the page, just pointing it out.
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thanks for the info.
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