Akumajo Dracula Best Music Collections BOX

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In 2010, Konami amazed consumers when they announced plans to commemorate their legendary Castlevania series with a 19 disc box set. The box set features the original scores for 29 games in the series, spanning from 1987's Castlevania by Kinuyo Yamashita to 2008's Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia by Michiru Yamane, all of them featuring distinctive sounds yet conserved features. While most of the music featured on this box set has been previously released on various soundtracks and compilations, there are a number of exclusives here, including two Game Boy scores, the newly released Castlevania: The Arcade, an autobiographical album, and a commemorative DVD. Yet while the box set has much to offer, there are many omissions and problems that mean that the final result isn't as definitive or satisfying as intended.

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The box set fittingly appropriately opens with the soundtrack of Castlevania (aka Akumajo Dracula), regarded as a classic for good reason. Iconic tracks "Vampire Killer" and "Wicked Child" captivate listeners with their upbeat melodies and infectious rhythms while adding to the adventurous nature of the gameplay. Kinuyo Yamashita also manages to evoke plenty of emotions in the boss theme "Poison Mind" and the ending track "Voyager" despite the limited synth. The box set interestingly presents the scores for the NES adaptation and MSX original in succession on the first disc. The former features much fuller arrangements and richer synthesis, though suffers from bizarre interruptions; the decision to retain sound effects on "Walking on the Edge" is the first of numerous poor production mistakes featured on the set.

The music for Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (aka Dracula II: The Cursed Seal) wasn't a major progression on its predecessor, but still developed the series' musical identity with darker cues, rocking anthems, and gothic influences. Its defining cue is "Bloody Tears" that, even when stipped down to just a 30 second chiptune loop here, still conveys the mood of the game perfectly while being supremely addictive on a stand-alone level. The ten minute score for the Arcade's Haunted Castle (aka Akumajo Dracula) thereafter blends reprises from Castlevania II with some original tracks. The highlight tracks are the gothic rock anthem "Cross Your Heart" or the conflicted two-tiered theme for the basement and clock tower, whereas many others are too short and generic to be of interest.

The music for the NES' Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (aka Akumajo Densetsu) dominates much of the second disc. This soundtrack offered major improvements on its predecessor, with longer compositions, richer synth, and sophisticated stylings. This is evident on "Clockwork" with its rich contrapuntal writing, "Beginning" with its hard rock edge, and "Riddle" with its fierce intensifications. While one of the most impressive scores of the series, it's presentation is atrocious on the box set. In one of the laziest decisions on the production, the original sound medleys from the Akumajo Dracula Best are carried over on the box set, when individual tracks were required. Unforgivably, several crucial tracks, including the ending themes, are also completely omitted.

One of two kid-targeted Castlevania games, the original score for the NES' Akumajo Special: Boku Dracula-kun is also featured on the third disc, in the place of the omitted tracks. "Castle de Go Go" is a fun parody of the series' music, blending the lyrical melodies of "Vampire Killer" with a lively jazz style inspired by Super Mario Bros. The music for the second and fourth stages also maintain this upbeat chiptune quality, whereas the third and fifth stage themes are more ambient and experimental. Aside a couple of repetitive stinkers, the music is usually quite effective in the game and can be enjoyable as a transient stand-alone listen too. That said, the presentation could be better, as the tracks were taken directly from the original sound medleys on Konami Famicom Music Memorial Best Vol. 3.

Interspersed between the various NES soundtracks are two Game Boy scores. The music for Castlevania: The Adventure (aka The Legend of Dracula) features more of the same: simple and upbeat chiptune melodies inspired by pop and rock movements. There are a few decent stage themes here, such as "Battle of the Holy" and "Darkness", but most of the score is somewhat bland. More effort was put into the score for Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge (aka The Legend of Dracula II), which offers longer compositions and enhanced synth. Among the highlights, "New Messiah" motivates gamers with some of the most frantic chiptune rock out there, "Praying Hands" conveys a castle in the clouds with its experimental synth work, and "Chromatische Phantasie" is a monophonic yet intricate synth organ solo.

One of the box's most significant exclusives is the original score for the Castlevania Legends (aka Akumajo Dracula: Dark Night Prelude), a non-canon title released in the Game Boy's old age. Much of the music for this title has a retro tone, whether the classic arrangement for the first stage theme or the rocking chiptunes for the castle's summit. Kaoru Okada's attempts at more mature compositions, such as the neo-classical waltz "Inside the Castle" or the dark gothic soundscape "Underground Watercourse", fall somewhat flat on the Game Boy's bright synth. Perhaps the most enjoyable tracks the battle themes, particularly the deliciously dark "Count Dracula Battle", the gothic rock anthem "Alucard Battle", the abstract final battle arrangement of "Vampire Killer". Overall, a decent but inconsistent score.

The score for the Game Boy's Kid Dracula is actually another exclusive featured on the fifth disc. This soundtrack retains the same childish tone and retro synth as the NES' Akumajo Special: Boku Dracula-kun, and some tracks such as "Castle de Go Go" are actually carried over. There are numerous endearing tracks here, such as the lively ragtime piece "Strange Rumors of Great Monkeys" and the rock-tinged battle anthem "Don't Move! Galamoth". However, sometimes the score labours the pre-existing formula too much, resulting in a sound that is as grating as it is superficial. The most novel aspect is the introduction of some Latin dances, such as "Tan Tan Tango", "Boisterous Samba", and "Hot, Hot, Hooooot!!". Otherwise the score doesn't bring much that wasn't already explored on the NES.

Moving to the 16-bit scores for the series, the third disc of the box set is completely dedicated to the music of Super Castlevania IV (aka Akumajo Dracula) by Masanori Adachi and Taro Kudo. Released early in the Super Nintendo's lifespan during 1991, the score was regarded innovative for its time for its more ambient and cinematic direction than most other game music released back then. Dracula is portrayed with immersive ambient soundscapes dominated by swelling strings for the opener and final stage theme. In contrast, the hero Simon Belmont shifts from sections featuring mature soundscaping to those with a rock organ melody. While not all the tracks are accessible, most are effective and fascinating. The score's presentation is complete on this box, though some sound effects and medley tracks are incorporated.

The fourth disc features one of the most significant scores in the series, the Genesis' Castlevania: Bloodlines (aka Vampire Killer). As Michiru Yamane's first score in the series, it features a shift from upbeat pop sounds towards more dramatic classical pieces. Two particularly ambitious compositions are "The Sinking Old Sanctuary", with its beautiful lead and mystical soundscaping, and "The Discolored Wall", a highly dissonant piece channeling influences from expressionist composers. Nevertheless, there are still some homages to the classic Castlevania sound, both with arrangements of series' staples and originals such as "Iron Blue Intention". While not Yamane's best, it's an impressive score that makes the most out of its limited sound chip. Thankfully, the box set version of the score is identical to its original release.

The other half of the fourth disc is dedicated to the music of the TurboGrafx-16's Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (aka Akumajo Dracula X: Rondo of Blood). It's one of the last scores in the series that put the emphasis on 80s-influenced anthemic rock parts with tracks such as the now-legendary "Bloodlines". There is nevertheless plenty of diversity within, ranging from the funky keyboard licks of "Cross a Heart" to the almighty gothic climax of "Illusionary Dance", though the score retains a strong melodic emphasis and upbeat vibe. This rendition of the score is essentially a translation of the first disc of the album Akumajo Dracula X, except without name entry theme. It omits most of the additional music featured on the more recent edition of the game's soundtrack, though only one of these tracks is significant.

One of box's later discs features the complete rearranged score for Castlevania: Rondo of Blood featured in the PSP's Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (aka Akumajo Dracula X Chronicle). For the most part, the arrangements are upgrades rather than transformations of the original, featuring more polished scoring and improved synthesis. Tracks such as "Bloodlines", "Cross a Fear", and "Bloody Tears" do feature an enhanced rock-orchestral palette, but are essentially carried by their original melodies. There are some more ambitious arrangements, such as "Illusionary Dance", and originals, such as "Red Dawn", but these are a small part of an otherwise conservative score. Note that the music for the Super Nintendo adaptation of Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, Castlevania: Dracula X, is omitted from the box set.

The second half of the eighth disc of the box set features arrangement of the music from the X68000's Akumajo Dracula for its PlayStation remake Castlevania Chronicles (aka Akumajo Chronicles: Akumajo Dracula). Bemani's Sota Fujimori did an excellent job modernising the original score with dramatic orchestrations such as "Etude for the Killer", straightforward revamps such as "The Tower of Gears", and pumping electronic remixes such as "The Tower of Dolls". His treatment of series' mainstays "Vampire Killer" and "Theme for Simon" is especially enjoyable here. Peculiarly, the actual original music from the X68000 game is completely omitted here, even though it is an excellent score written in the spirit of the series' classics. Many Japanese consumers, especially, will be disappointed by this prominent absence.

The series' other score for the PlayStation is, of course, Michiru Yamane's magnum opus Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (aka Akumajo Dracula X: Nocturne in the Moonlight). With the transition to 3D action-adventure gameplay and PlayStation's hardware, Yamane took the series' music in a new direction with a diverse pieces, ranging from dark cinematic overtures (e.g. "Metamorphosis No. 1"), to neo-classical waltzes (e.g. "Dance of Pearls"), to the occasional rock anthem (e.g. "Dracula's Castle"). Its presentation on the sixth disc is similar to the soundtrack release, though the atrocious ballad was omitted and a few tracks from the Saturn version were included, namely two generic compositions and renditions of "Beginning" and "Bloody Tears". The two new tracks for its PSP version are sadly not included.

The seventh disc features the score for Castlevania 64 (aka Akumajo Dracula Apocalypse). Masahiko Kimura decided to take the series in an even darker direction with this soundtrack, resulting in moody cinematic cues like "Prologue", ambient setting themes such as "Quiet Madness", and dissonant action tracks including "Dancing in Phantasmic Hell". Though a lot of these tracks are serviceable in context, most are too repetitive and heavy-handed to appeal on a stand-alone level. The are a few emotional tracks on this score, such as "Invisible Sorrow", but they are too few to make the score worthwhile. While all the original music from Castlevania 64 is featured on the box, unfortunately the new music created for the related Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness is unfortunately completely omitted.

The series' scores for the Game Boy Advance are mostly disappointing. The music for Castlevania: Circle of the Moon at the start of the eighth disc (alongside Castlevania Chronicles) is almost completely comprised of arrangements. These range from classics such as "Vampire Killer" and "The Sinking Old Sanctuary" to relative obscurities from Castlevania III and Castlevania 64. While the arrangements are generally suitable for portraying a range of game contexts, particularly the darker orchestrations, they are rarely elaborate or developed enough to be of much stand-alone interest. The original compositions, especially "Awake" and "Faith to Despair", are solid but too few in number. The box set version is a relatively faithful reprint of the soundtrack version, though awkwardly omits the opening track.

Featured on the ninth disc, the original score for Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (aka Akumajo Dracula: Concerto of the Midnight Sun) is probably the least impressive in the series. The score has a rather dissonant sound throughout, though this is largely due to amateurish composition and atrocious implementation. For example, Soshiro Hokkai attempted to create a dark ambient soundscape on "Prologue", but only alienates rather than immerses listeners with its clumsy polyphonic writing and blaring Game Boy Advance synth. Whether the nonsensical hero's theme, repetitious dungeon themes, or ear-piercing boss tracks, essentially all the original tracks disappoint. While the full soundtrack release featured a few redeeming arranged versions, only one made it into the slightly condensed box set.

With the return of Michiru Yamane to the lead composing role, the music for Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (aka Castlevania: Minuet of Dawn) on the other half of the ninth disc redeems the Game Boy Advance scores. The heroic guitar melody and adventurous rock rhythms of "Ruined Castle Corridor" rival the best that is offered on Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, while Baroque-influenced tracks such as "Chapel" and ambient setting themes such as "Sacred Cave" are exquisite in composition and synthesis. There are a few dull event themes and oppressive battle themes, but the majority of the score is excellent. Despite spanning some 51 minutes, the box set version of the soundtrack omits six tracks, including the crucial name entry and final battle themes, in one of the biggest disappointments of the entire product.

Perhaps Michiru Yamane's most impressive score for the series is Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (aka Castlevania). To fit the more historic setting, Yamane rejected the series' typical rock and pop elements in favour of dark and mature themes. Particularly impressive are the extensive gothic orchestrations of "Ghostly Theatre", the infectious melodic development of "Leon's Theme", and the haunting soundscapes of "Dark Palace of Waterfalls". The box set version of the score on the tenth disc cuts much material from the two disc soundtrack, including the drab cinematic orchestrations and the extensive bonus content. This ensures a more consistent and entertaining listen, although the choice to open the disc with a dissonant battle theme "Traces of Malevolent Souls" was a clumsy one.

The soundtrack for Castlevania: Curse of Darkness on the twelve disc restores the series' upbeat vibe and rock focus. Stage themes such as "Abandoned Castle", "Mortvia Fountain", and "The Forest of Jigramunt" are particularly enjoyable with their uplifting melodies and pleasant soundscapes. These tracks don't inspire rich imagery or evoke deep emotions, and instead just entertain listeners using modern technology. These tracks are complemented more atmospheric and intense additions, including the esteemed final battle theme. This soundtrack is the most extensively cut on the box set, with nearly two thirds of the tracks being omitted. There are a few notable omissions that will disappoint collectors, such as the final dungeon theme and closing ballad, though the majority are unappealing event themes.

The eleventh disc of the box set is entirely dedicated to the original score for the DS' Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow (aka Castlevania: Cross of the Blue Moon). Much of the score is a reminiscence to the series' musical legacy, including the rocking anthem for the first stage "Pitch Black Intrusion" and the reprises of series' staples such as "Bloody Tears" and "Vampire Killer". However, Masahiko Kimura and Michiru Yamane also explore the technological capacity of the DS with darker tracks such as "Subterranean Hell" and "Platinum Moonlight" that are on par with some of the best on the main console games. The box set version of the score is almost a track-to-track translation of its original soundtrack release, though the bonus track "Amber Scenery" is omitted. While not the series' best, it is certainly a great listen.

The thirteenth disc of the box set continues the DS series of titles with the complete score for Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin (aka Akumajo Dracula: Gallery of Labyrinth). Michiru Yamane maintains the series' sound with a familiar yet high quality assortment of stage, battle, and event themes, including the melancholic "Name Entry", infectious "Hail to the Past", and blistering "Bloodines" arrangement. However, the absolute highlights are the guest contributions by Yuzo Koshiro, including the unforgettable first stage theme "Invitation to a Crazed Moon". The box set version is based on the second disc of the original soundtrack release, featuring the various compositions before they were downgraded on to the DS' hardware, though omits the arrangement of "Theme for Simon".

The fifteenth disc concludes the trilogy of DS scores with the music from Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (aka Akumajo Dracula: The Stolen Seal). The score exudes a lighter aura throughout with pop-influenced stage themes like "Rhapsody of the Forsaken" and 80s rock battle themes such as "Ebony Wings". As Michiru Yamane's final score at Konami, the soundtrack nevertheless features a reflective vibe in places, particularly on the bittersweet ending theme "Requiem of Star-Crossed Nights". Of all the portable scores, Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia suffers most from its presentation on the box set, since nearly half of the original score is omitted. While many of the absent tracks are drab event themes, the omission of tracks such as "Waltz of the Evening Moon" strips the soundtrack of much of its depth and beauty.

Coming towards the end of the box set, the music for Castlevania: Judgment (aka Akumajo Dracula Judgment) is featured on the sixteenth disc. As the game is a versus fighting title, the music is mostly written in a rock-orchestral style by Yasushi Asada. For the character-based stage themes, he injects series' favourites such as "Vampire Killer", "Iron Blue Intention", and "Clockwork" with enthralling guitar leads and action-packed orchestrations. These tracks all feature effective arrangements and stunning implementation, but suffer somewhat from their somewhat similar and formulaic approach. There are also a few excellent compositions on the disc, especially the opener and closer. The score would have benefited from more variety, but it's still bound to delight series' fans with its complete presentation here.

The final soundtrack on the disc is dedicated to Castlevania: The Arcade (aka Akumajo Dracula: The Arcade), featuring modern adaptations of Castlevania favourites. Masahiro Ikariko's team do a solid job revamping series' classics such as "Bloodlines", "Beginning", and "Illusionary Dance" with a Hollywood action sound; however, a few of these are too thin, repetitive, and generic to be of stand-alone interest. There are also a range of gothic rock interpretations too, such as "Bloody Tears", "Wicked Child", and "Cross Your Heart", which have a more retro influence than similar takes from Castlevania: Judgment. While this is a decent exclusive, the score for Castlevania: The Medal for slot machines — merely comprising one minute of orchestral fanfares — is also pointlessly tagged on to the end of this disc.

A more major exclusive on the set is Castlevania x Michiru Yamane Autobiographical Music, a collection of original compositions and series arrangements commemorating Yamane's career. It appears that Yamane used this album to reveal new artistic inspirations, with tracks ranging from a heavy metal vocal performance from Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow, to a personal piano solo based on Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, to big band performances of classics from the original trilogy. Some of these interpretations will be divisive, given their transformative quality, though there are a few conventional classically-oriented arrangements of her first two series' scores. This is a fascinating exclusive, though note that this album is also available separately as a digital download in Japan for those who don't require the box set.

Finally, the box set includes a bonus DVD commemorating the music of the Castlevania series. It is nice how this DVD gets up close and personal with the musical heroine of the Castlevania series, Michiru Yamane, in an interview at her home. It even shows her playing with her cat, apparently the main reason she left Konami! Unfortunately, there are no subtitles, even though there was substantial international interest towards the box. However, there is some bonus musical content to partly compensate. Yamane offers a passionate performance of the aforementioned piano adaptation of Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia. In addition, there are some fascinating videos of the spirited yet professional recording sessions that took place for the autobiographical music disc. Overall, a decent bonus for curious fans.

Summary

For 25 years, the Castlevania series has offered some of the most memorable and distinctive music in video games. The series' scores include a few stinkers (e.g. Harmony of Dissonance, Castlevania 64), but the majority have been excellent, whether for their memorable chiptunes (e.g. Castlevania, Castlevania III), rocking leads (e.g. Rondo of Blood, Dawn of Sorrow), or mature orchestrations (e.g. Lament of Innocence, Symphony of the Night). This box reflects the individual strengths of each score, while demonstrating the series' musical development and the more consistent elements. The inclusion of the autobiographical music and bonus interview makes this an even more historic commemoration of the series' musical legacy, particularly Michiru Yamane's now she has left Konami.

Unfortunately, the box set features some major production problems. The presentation could have been better — the packaging looks rather drab, the soundtracks are misordered, the liner notes are minimal, and there are some typos. In terms of selection, large chunks of score (e.g. Rondo of Blood, Order of Ecclesia), numerous bonus tracks (e.g. Dracula X Chronicles, Lament of Innocence), and entire game soundtracks (e.g. Akumajo Dracula X68000, Legacy of Darkness) are absent. Many of these seem to have been due to clumsiness or laziness, rather than for artistic reasons. In fact, the entire idea of creating an inflated best compilation, rather than a complete box, was a bad one. After all, such a box set is only likely to appeal to hardcore collectors, who are usually completists that expect complete soundtracks.

Given this box set was originally priced at 21,000 JPY (setting overseas customers back at least 250 USD), many consumers felt cheated with the final product and even more decided not to order it at all. In response to low consumer demand, Konami have now repriced the box set. The resultant package is now a worthwhile purchase for those passionate about the series' music. However, those that already own the main soundtracks in the series should treasure these instead, as they're generally better presented and more complete. The exclusives are welcome bonuses, but are hardly spectacular and worth paying heavy money for. Overall, the box is an impressive way to commemorate the series' legacy, but could have been much, much better with some more careful production decisions and, incredibly, a few more discs.



Album
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Music in game
0/10

Game
0/10

Chris Greening

This box includes the first-ever releases of Vampire Killer (MSX2), Castlevania Legends (GB), Kid Dracula (GB), additional tracks for the Saturn port of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, as well as the two arcade games Castlevania: The Arcade and Akumajo Dracula: The Medal.

Disc 01
01-12: Castlevania (NES); 13-23: Vampire Killer (MSX2); 24-32: Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (NES); 33-47: Haunted Castle (Arcade); 48-59: Castlevania: The Adventure (GB)

Disc 02
01-05: Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (NES); 06-15: Akumajo Special: Boku Dracula-kun (NES); 16-34: Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge (GB)

Disc 03
01-28: Super Castlevania IV (SNES)

Disc 04:
01-16: Akumajo Dracula X: Chi no Rondo (PCE); 17-39: Castlevania: Bloodlines (GEN)

Disc 05
01-20: Castlevania Legends (GB); 21-40: Kid Dracula (GB)

Disc 06
01-34: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (PS); 35-36: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (Saturn)

Disc 07
01-36: Castlevania (N64)

Disc 08
01-18: Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (GBA); 19-38: Castlevania Chronicles (PS)

Disc 09
01-18: Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (GBA); 19-40: Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (GBA)

Disc 10
01-20: Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (PS2)

Disc 11
01-29: Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow (NDS)

Disc 12
01-18: Castlevania: Curse of Darkness (PS2)

Disc 13
01-36: Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin (NDS)

Disc 14
01-25: Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (PSP)

Disc 15
01-25: Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (NDS)

Disc 16
01-26: Castlevania Judgment (Wii)

Disc 17
01-24: Castlevania: The Arcade (Arcade); 25-36: Akumajo Dracula: The Medal (Slot Machine)

Disc 18: Michiru Yamane Autobiographical Music

Disc 19: DVD featuring an interview with Michiru Yamane and videos of recording sessions.

Composer Breakdown:

James Banana (Kinuyo Yamashita) (Castlevania / NES)
Kinuyo Yamashita and S. Terashima (Vampire Killer)
Kenichi Matsubara (Castlevania II: Simon's Quest; Haunted Castle)
Shigeru Fukutake, Hidehiro Funauchi, and Norio Hanzawa (Castlevania: The Adventure)
Hidenori Maezawa, Jun Funahashi, and Yukie Morimoto (Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse)
Shinji Tasaka and Satoko Minami (Akumajo Special: Boku Dracula-kun!)
Hidehiro Funauchi (Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge)
Masanori Oodachi and Souji Taro (Taro Kudou) (Super Castlevania IV)
akiropito, Jigokuguruma Nakamura, Sanoppi, and Mikio Saitou (Metal Yuhki) (Akumajo Dracula X: Chi no Rondo)
Michiru Yamane (Castlevania: Bloodlines)
Youichi Iwata and Kaoru Okada (Castlevania Legends)
Akiko Itoh (Kid Dracula / GB)
Michiru Yamane (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night / PS)
Kaoru Okada, J. Karashima, and T. Ohsono (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night / Saturn)
Masahiko Kimura, Motoaki Furukawa, and Mariko Egawa (Castlevania / N64)
Sotaro Tojima and Hiroshi Mitsuoka (Castlevania: Circle of the Moon)
Sota Fujimori and Hiroshi Iizuka (Castlevania Chronicles)
Soshiro Hokkai and Michiru Yamane (Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance)
Soshiro Hokkai and Kiyohiko Yamane (Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow)
Michiru Yamane (Castlevania: Lament of Innocence)
Masahiko Kimura and Michiru Yamane (Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow)
Michiru Yamane (Castlevania: Curse of Darkness)
Yuzo Koshiro and Michiru Yamane (Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin)
Michiru Yamane, Masanori Akita, Yuichi Tsuchiya, Akihiro Honda, and Yasuhiro Ichihashi (Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles)
Michiru Yamane and Yasuhiro Ichihashi (Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia)
Yasushi Asada (Castlevania Judgment)
Masayuki Maruyama and Goh Fujiwara (Castlevania: The Arcade)
Konami Kukeiha Club (Akumajo Dracula: The Medal)

“Michiru Yamane Autobiographical Music” Staff

Produced by Michiru Yamane
Music Coordination & Direction: Michael Maezawa (picnic)

Lyrics: IGA (2), Michiru Yamane (7)

Composition: Michiru Yamane (1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9), Konami Kukeiha Club (3, 8)
Arrangement: Michiru Yamane (1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9), Yusuke Takizawa & Michiru Yamane (2), Yuya Miwa (Informel 8) (8)

Musicians:

Flute: Sachiko Kawanishi (1)
Oboe: Ayaka Mori (1)
Horn: Kensho Hagiwara (1)
1st Violin: Kiyo Kido (1, 9)
2nd Violin: Noriyo Oobayashi (1, 9)
Viola: Yukie Ooe (1, 9)
Cello: Masami Horizawa (1, 9)
Guitar: Yusuke Takizawa (1, 9)

Vocal: Satoshi Yamada (2), Yoko Aramaki (7), Michiru Yamane (9)

Informel 8 (3, 8)
Comp. & Arr.: Youya Miwa
Trumpet: Risabro Matsuki
Alto Sax: Shiohito Takai
Tenor Sax: Shin Araki
Piano: Kouji Kamimura
Bass: Hiroki Chiba
Drums: Kazumasa Oyamada

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Album was composed by Akiropito / Goh Fujiwara / Hidehiro Funauchi / Hidenori Maezawa / Hiroshi Iizuka / Hiroshi Mitsuoka / Jigokuguruma Nakamura / Jun Funahashi / Junko Karashima / Kaoru Okada / Ken-ichi Matsubara / Kinuyo Yamashita / Mariko Egawa / Masahiko Kimura / Masanori Adachi / Masanori Akita / Masayuki Maruyama / Michiru Yamane / Mikio Saito / Motoaki Furukawa / Norio Hanzawa / S. Terashima / Sanoppi / Satoko Minami / Shigeru Fukutake / Shinji Tasaka / Soshiro Hokkai / Sota Fujimori / Sotaro Tojima / T. Ohsono / Takashi Yoshida / Taro Kudo / Teshigawara / Yasuhiro Ichihashi / Yasushi Asada / Youichi Iwata / Youya Miwa / Yuka Watanabe / Yukie Morimoto / Yuzo Koshiro and was released on March 24, 2010. Soundtrack consists of tracks with duration over more than 0 hours. Album was released by Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd..

CD 1

1
Underground (Naming BGM)
00:31
2
Prologue (Start BGM)
00:10
3
Vampire Killer (Sneaking into the Castle BGM)
01:16
4
Starker (Tower BGM)
01:16
5
Wicked Child (Outdoors BGM)
02:07
6
Walking on the Edge (Underground BGM)
01:44
7
Heart of Fire (Dracula Castle Main Building BGM)
02:14
8
Out of Time (Clock Tower BGM)
01:22
9
Nothing to Lose (Last Stage BGM)
01:34
10
Poison Mind (Boss BGM)
00:34
11
Black Night (Last Boss BGM)
00:57
12
Voyager (Ending)
00:56
13
Prologue
00:08
14
Vampire Killer
01:12
15
Starker
01:16
16
Wicked Child
01:53
17
Walking on the Edge
01:29
18
Heart of Fire
02:11
19
Out of Time
01:16
20
Nothing to Lose
01:29
21
Poison Mind
00:42
22
Black Night
00:45
23
Ending
00:38
24
Message of Darkness (Naming BGM)
00:43
25
Within these Castle Walls (Castle BGM)
00:46
26
Bloody Tears (Roads by Day BGM)
01:07
27
The Silence of the Daylight (Town by Day BGM)
01:00
28
Dwelling of Doom (Mansion BGM)
01:01
29
Monster Dance (By Night BGM)
00:59
30
Last Boss (Last Boss BGM)
00:38
31
Game Over (Game Over)
00:07
32
A Requiem (Ending)
01:59
33
Reviving Dracula (Title Demo)
00:10
34
Wedding March of Tragedy (Start Demo)
00:18
35
Cross on the Breast (Graveyard BGM)
00:55
36
Revival of the Devil (Boss BGM)
00:53
37
Fight Again (Pattern Clear)
00:08
38
Lullaby of the Devils (Cave BGM)
01:05
39
No More Turning Back (Midway Demo)
00:13
40
Bloody Tears (Inside the Castle (1F) BGM)
00:47
41
Basement Melody ~ Clock Tower Fear (Inside the Castle (Underground) BGM ~ Clock Tower BGM)
02:01
42
Can't Wait Till the Night (Bridge Stage BGM)
00:53
43
Dracula's Room (Final Boss First Half)
00:44
44
The Final Battle (Final Boss Second Half)
00:57
45
Ending · Collapse of the Devil's Castle (Ending Demo)
00:10
46
Never End (Game Over)
00:09
47
A Lullaby Sent to the Devils (Ranking)
00:58
48
Start BGM (Start BGM)
00:08
49
Battle of the Holly (Stage 1 BGM)
01:58
50
Kill! Kill! Kill! (Stage 1~3 Common Boss BGM)
00:39
51
Stage Clear (Stage Clear)
00:07
52
Darkness (Stage 2 BGM)
01:26
53
Death Fair (Stage 3 BGM)
01:26
54
Revenge (Stage 4 BGM)
01:28
55
Evil Devil (Last Boss BGM)
01:10
56
Gate to Hell (Before Last Boss BGM)
00:34
57
Game Over (Game Over)
00:07
58
Theme from “The Legend of Dracula” (Ending Demo BGM)
01:26
59
Reprise (After Ending Demo BGM)
00:39

CD 2

1
New Determination: Prelude (Title Demo BGM) Epitaph (Password BGM) Prayer (Start Demo BGM) Beginning (Church, Town, Graveyard Stage) Boss Fight (Each Boss BGM) Block Clear (Pattern Clear)
06:02
2
Battle with the Will to Die: Destiny (Fork BGM) Clockwork (Clock Tower Stage) Mad Forest (Forest Stage) Anxiety (Ghost Ship Stage)
06:21
3
Ralph's Crisis!: Rising (Tower Stage) Stream (Aqueduct Stage) Game Over (Game Over)
03:36
4
Escape from Underground: Aquarius (Sunken City Stage) Pressure (Sunken City Escape)
02:31
5
The Last Battle: Demon Seed (Under Dracula Castle) Dejavu–Vampire Killer– (Dracula Castle Main Building) Riddle (Inside Dracula Castle Tower) Overture (Last Stage Boss) Big Battle (Very Last Boss BGM) All Clear (All Pattern Clear)
07:53
6
Good Morning, Dra-chan (Title ~ Opening)
00:17
7
Go-Go in the Great Castle (1st.BGM)
01:57
8
Hop and Step Above the Clouds (2st.BGM ~ Roller Coaster)
02:28
9
Cha-Cha-Cha in the Great Waters (3st.BGM)
00:51
10
Slipping, Falling, Ow-ow-ow-ow-ow (4st.BGM)
00:59
11
Disappearing at Tiffany's (5, 8st.BGM ~ Subway)
02:03
12
Sucharaka Pyramid (6st.BGM ~ Boss BGM ~ Boss Out ~ Lottery ~ Subgame)
02:45
13
Oh! Watch Out (7st.BGM)
00:39
14
Robo-Robo Tokkuri (9st.BGM)
01:38
15
Goodbye, Dra-chan (GAME OVER ~ Ending)
01:40
16
Opening (Opening BGM)
01:03
17
Start (Start Sound Effect)
00:06
18
New Messiah (Glass Castle)
02:56
19
Road of Enermy #1 (Before Boss BGM)
01:31
20
Evil Gods (Boss BGM)
01:26
21
Stage Clear (Stage Clear)
00:07
22
Game Over (Game Over)
00:07
23
Ripe Seeds (Plant Castle BGM)
02:29
24
Phyco Warror (Rock Castle BGM)
03:06
25
Praying Hands (Cloud Castle BGM)
03:12
26
Original Sin (Dracula Castle BGM)
02:32
27
Passpied (Dracula Castle BGM)
01:12
28
Soleiyu’s Room (Soleil's Room BGM)
00:36
29
Chromatische Phantasie (Soleil Boss BGM)
02:07
30
Road of Enermy #2 (Before Last Boss BGM)
00:37
31
Sons of Satan (Last Boss BGM)
02:08
32
All Clear (All Stages Clear BGM)
00:09
33
Union (Ending BGM)
02:52
34
The End Of the Day (Staff Roll BGM)
02:59

CD 3

1
Devil's Castle Dracula (Title including Password)
01:13
2
Dracula's Theme (Opening Demo)
02:12
3
Prologue (Stage 1-1 BGM)
00:44
4
Simon Belmont's Theme (Stage 1-2 BGM)
03:42
5
Demon Forest (Stage 2 BGM)
02:00
6
Dripstone Cave ~ Waterfall ~ Sunken City (Stage 3 BGM)
08:19
7
Mechanical Trick Mansion (Stage 4 BGM)
03:42
8
Boss Theme (Boss 1 BGM)
01:15
9
Stage Clear (Stage Clear)
00:10
10
Stage Map A (Stage Map A)
00:17
11
Going into the Castle (Stage 5 BGM)
02:20
12
Knight Corridor ~ Great Hall (Stage 6 BGM)
03:43
13
Library · Collection Room (Stage 7 BGM)
01:42
14
Cellar (Stage 8 BGM)
02:21
15
Stage Map B (Stage Map B)
00:14
16
Treasure Room (Stage 9 BGM)
03:14
17
Boss Theme 2 (Boss 2 BGM)
01:49
18
Stage Map C (Stage Map C)
00:19
19
Bloody Tears (Stage 10 Clock Tower BGM)
02:08
20
Stage Map D (Stage Map D)
00:16
21
Vampire Killer (Stage 10 Dracula's Tower 1 BGM)
01:10
22
Beginning (Stage 10 Dracula's Tower 2 BGM)
01:57
23
Rooms of the Closest (Stage 11 BGM)
01:33
24
Dracula's Room (Last Stage BGM)
02:48
25
Dracula's Death (Death Theme)
00:38
26
Game Over (Game Over)
00:12
27
Secret Room (Bonus BGM)
01:29
28
Ending Theme (Ending)
02:31

CD 4

1
Overture (Opening · Richter's Theme)
01:06
2
Blood Relations of Heaven and Earth (Stage 1 BGM)
03:21
3
Vampire Killer (Stage 2 Normal Side BGM)
01:48
4
Cross a Fear (Stage 2 Other Side BGM)
02:37
5
Bloody Tears (Stage 3 Normal Side BGM)
01:46
6
Cemetery (Stage 3 Other Side BGM)
02:40
7
Beginning (Stage 4 Normal Side BGM)
02:30
8
Slash (Stage 4 Other Side BGM)
01:27
9
Ghost Ship Painting (Stage 5 Normal Side BGM)
02:38
10
Op.13 (Stage 5 Other Side BGM)
03:23
11
Den (Stage 7 BGM)
03:18
12
Wild Dance in Phantasmic Hell (Boss Theme BGM)
01:44
13
Illusionary Dance Music (Stage 8 · Dracula's Theme)
02:27
14
March of the Saint (Richter Ending BGM)
01:55
15
Mary Samba (Maria Ending BGM)
01:53
16
Cross on the Breast (Unused)
03:00
17
THE BEATING IN THE DARKNESS (Title BGM)
00:16
18
A VISION OF DARK SECRETS (Opening Demo BGM)
01:07
19
BONDS OF BRAVE MEN (Player Select BGM)
00:44
20
ARDUOUS JOURNEY (Map BGM)
00:15
21
REINCARNATED SOUL (Start Demo ~ Stage 1 BGM · Old Castle Dracula)
02:12
22
THE SINKING OLD SANCTUARY (Stage 2 BGM · Greek Temple)
02:04
23
THE DISCOLORED WALL (Stage 3 BGM · The Leaning Tower of Pisa)
02:06
24
BEGINNING (Item BGM 1 · From Akumajō Densetsu)
01:49
25
BLOODY TEARS (Item BGM 2 · From Dracula II)
01:47
26
VAMPIRE KILLER (Item BGM 3 · From Akumajō Dracula)
01:39
27
AFTER THE GOOD FIGHT (Game Over BGM)
00:11
28
MYSTERIOUS CURSE (Password BGM)
01:14
29
IRON-BLUE INTENTION (Stage 4 BGM · German Iron and Steel Factory)
01:57
30
THE PRAYER OF A TRAGIC QUEEN (Stage 5 BGM · Palace of Versailles)
01:51
31
CALLING FROM HEAVEN (Stage 6 BGM · New Castle Dracula)
02:31
32
MESSENGER FROM DEVIL (Mini-Boss BGM)
00:46
33
NOTHING TO LOSE (Before Boss BGM · From Akumajō Dracula)
01:16
34
THE 6 SERVANTS OF THE DEVIL (Normal Boss BGM)
01:18
35
THEME OF SIMON (Before Last Boss BGM · From SFC Akumajō Dracula)
02:20
36
THE VAMPIRE'S STOMACH (Last Boss BGM)
01:16
37
STAGE CLEAR WITH THE RED CRYSTAL (Clear Demo ~ Pattern Clear BGM)
00:21
38
TOGETHER FOREVER (Ending Demo BGM)
02:08
39
REQUIEM FOR THE NAMELESS VICTIMS (Staff Roll BGM)
02:31

CD 5

1
Title
00:12
2
Game Select
00:58
3
Prologue
00:36
4
Bloody Tears (Stage 1 BGM)
01:33
5
Inside the Castle (Stage 2 BGM)
00:57
6
Clock Tower of Darkness (Stage 3 BGM)
01:04
7
Trap Room
00:26
8
Gatekeeper (Mini-Boss Battle BGM)
01:00
9
Boss Battle
01:17
10
Highest Castle Floor (Stage 4 BGM)
01:17
11
The Castle Lord's Room
00:46
12
Alucard Battle
01:25
13
Underground Watercourse (Stage 5 BGM)
01:39
14
Dungeon of Silence (Secret Stage BGM)
01:26
15
Dracula Castle Cathedral
01:03
16
Count Dracula Battle
01:29
17
Vampire Killer (Last Battle BGM)
01:53
18
Ending
03:38
19
Epilogue
01:10
20
Unused Piece of Music
01:05
21
Go-Go in the Great Castle
02:03
22
Strange Rumors of Great Monkeys
01:13
23
Picknick in the Sky!
02:03
24
Boisterous Samba
01:29
25
The Pirate Ship Has Come
01:33
26
Oh, Watch Out!
00:40
27
Hot, Hot, Hooooot!!
02:47
28
Tan Tan Tango
01:16
29
Robo-Robo Tokkuri
01:44
30
Don't Move! Galamoth
02:01
31
Noisy Dra-chan
00:36
32
Die! Galamoth
00:50
33
You're Awake?
01:08
34
Rock-Paper-Scissors Bat
01:12
35
I'm an Ally
01:06
36
Stabbing Index Finger
00:59
37
I'm a Very Rich Man
00:42
38
Let's Go Together
00:46
39
Galamoth is Coming
00:40
40
Bye-Bye, Dra-chan
01:05

CD 6

1
Metamorphosis NO.1
01:05
2
Illusionary Dance Music
01:20
3
Nocturne in the Moonlight
01:46
4
Prayer
00:59
5
Dracula Castle
01:54
6
Golden Dance Music
01:53
7
Marble Gallery
01:25
8
Tower of Evil Mist
02:48
9
Serenade
02:21
10
Wood Carving Partita
02:45
11
Door of Spirits
01:29
12
Festival of Servants
01:51
13
Place of Death
00:19
14
Requiem of Gods
02:11
15
Crystal Drops
02:03
16
Abandoned Pit
02:14
17
Rainbow Cemetery
02:47
18
Silence
00:19
19
Lost Painting
01:42
20
Dance of Pales
02:31
21
Cursed Sanctuary
01:16
22
Demonic Banquet
02:09
23
Wandering Souls
02:52
24
The Sad Young Nobleman
04:05
25
Door to the Abyss
01:47
26
Heavenly Doorway
01:51
27
Ballad of Death
01:41
28
Strange Blood Relations
01:34
29
Metamorphosis NO.2
00:38
30
Finale Toccata
05:12
31
Black Feast
02:53
32
Metamorphosis NO.3
00:47
33
The Old Librarian
01:41
34
Extra Track
04:16
35
Beggining
03:15
36
Bloody Tears
02:40

CD 7

1
Opening - "Sign of Blood Relationship"
01:47
2
Select
01:12
3
Prologue
01:05
4
Shudder
01:07
5
Intrusion
00:49
6
Watchtower
01:58
7
Annex - "Quiet Madness"
02:49
8
The Villager
01:05
9
Rosa
01:13
10
Maze Garden
01:37
11
Secret Coffin
00:54
12
Struggle 1
01:06
13
Underground Waterway - "Dark Green Trap"
02:46
14
Underground Tunnel - "Invisible Sorrow"
04:59
15
Rosa's Sorrow
00:48
16
Castle Center ~ Main Theme
02:49
17
Malus' Disaster
01:17
18
Actrice
00:58
19
Sypha
00:49
20
Planetarium
00:44
21
Unexpected Encounter
00:48
22
Duel Tower
02:18
23
Science Tower
02:40
24
Execution Tower
02:08
25
Magic Tower
02:12
26
Struggle 2 - "Wild Dance in Phantasmic Hell"
01:19
27
Toothed Wheel
02:01
28
Stairway to the Dark Clouds
01:20
29
Struggle 3 - "Illusionary Dance Music"
01:36
30
Brief Tranquility
00:55
31
Escape from the Keep
00:45
32
Struggle 4 - "Rhapsody of Another Dimension"
01:39
33
Pale Grave Marker - Carrie GoodEnding
01:52
34
Oath and the Shadow - BadEnding
01:52
35
Reunion - Schneider GoodEnding
02:46
36
Staff Roll
04:17

CD 8

1
Sign of Blood Relationship
00:37
2
A VISION OF DARK SECRETS
00:45
3
Inversion
00:46
4
awake
01:31
5
THE SINKING OLD SANCTUARY
01:50
6
Clockwork
01:22
7
Shudder
00:53
8
Game Over
00:09
9
fate to despair
01:41
10
Aquarius
01:18
11
Mechanical Trick Mansion
02:22
12
Big Battle
00:56
13
Nightmare
01:31
14
Vampire Killer
00:51
15
Illusionary Dance Music
01:06
16
proof of blood
01:22
17
Hill of Soul Calming
01:51
18
circle of the moon
01:01
19
Black Mass(Opening)
02:00
20
Something Loopy(Name Entry)
00:55
21
The Bathead(Start Demo)
00:11
22
Vampire Killer(Stage1)
03:35
23
Creatures In The Depth(Boss)
01:44
24
Stage Clear
00:12
25
Thrashard In The Cave(Stage2)
04:17
26
Wiched Child(Stage3)
04:42
27
Bloody Tears(Stage4)
01:57
28
The Tower Of Gears(Stage5)
02:42
29
Moon Fight(Stage6-1)
03:10
30
The Tower Of Dolls(Stage6-2)
02:24
31
Etude For The Killer(Stage7)
02:22
32
Simon's Theme(Stage8)
03:23
33
You Goddamned Bathead(Last Boss)
04:22
34
Last Stage Clear
00:17
35
Mother Earth(Ending)
02:53
36
Game Over
00:14
37
Player Miss
00:06
38
Ending Movie
00:53

CD 9

1
Prologue (Maxim Kischine's Theme)
01:47
2
Successor of Fate (Juste Belmondo's Theme)
01:27
3
Offense and Defense
01:46
4
Approach of Deplore
01:12
5
Luminous Moss Cave
01:47
6
Aqueduct of Dragons
01:21
7
Chapel Sky
01:11
8
Clockwork Tower of Causality
01:11
9
Demon Cave of Skeletons
01:17
10
To the Heart of the Devil's Castle
01:11
11
Decisive Battle
01:18
12
Epilogue 1
01:21
13
Game Over
00:07
14
Incarnation of Darkness (Dracula's Theme)
00:43
15
Old Enemy
01:17
16
My-Pace Peddler (Merchant's Theme)
00:32
17
Pitch-Black Door
00:54
18
VK2K2
02:12
19
Pitch-Black Sun
00:27
20
Prologue ~ Mina's Theme
01:56
21
Ruined Castle Corridor
02:38
22
Premonition
02:16
23
Chapel
02:58
24
Strong Enemy Appearance
02:02
25
Devil's Castle Library Storehouse
03:06
26
Hammer's Trading Company
01:22
27
Dancing Mansion
03:26
28
Clock Tower
03:01
29
Confrontation
01:29
30
Underground Water Area
02:51
31
Purgatory Arena
03:16
32
Indefeasible Cave
03:26
33
Devil's Castle Highest Floor
02:22
34
Throne Battle
01:44
35
Fate of the Devil
01:52
36
Can't Wait Till the Night
03:16
37
You're Not Alone
01:52
38
Battle with Chaos
01:51
39
Purification ~ Ending
02:22
40
Staff Roll
01:44

CD 10

1
Traces of Impure Souls
02:50
2
Secret Anti-Soul Arts Lab
04:04
3
Stone King Golem
03:03
4
Garden Forgotten by Time
03:52
5
Heartbeat of Impure Souls
03:02
6
Foggy Nightscape
05:26
7
Succubus Dying in Glory
03:24
8
Resonatry of Sacred Remains
04:00
9
Elemental Tactician
03:49
10
Statue Enchanted by the Darkness
04:38
11
Bizarre Room ~Undead Parasite Theme~
02:59
12
Underground Waterfall Labyrinth
03:19
13
Sorrowful Joachim
03:27
14
Concert Hall without Applause
03:42
15
Snake Head Medusa
03:46
16
Prison of Eternal Torture
03:23
17
Palace of the Dim Moon in the Devil's Sky
03:21
18
Lament of Truth ~Leon's Theme~
04:25
19
Darkness
01:06
20
The Evil God's Symphonic Poem ~Death's Theme~
03:24

CD 11

1
Cross of the Blue Moon
00:59
2
A Fleeting Respite
03:45
3
Glooming Memories
01:42
4
Demonic Invitation
02:32
5
Pitch-Black Attack
02:00
6
Equipment Talk
01:32
7
Dracula's Tears
02:02
8
Dark Clouds
01:23
9
Black Shudder
01:09
10
Platinum Moonlit Night
01:54
11
After the Confession
01:47
12
Scarlet Fighting Spirit
03:17
13
Demon Guest House
03:42
14
Dark Echoes
02:07
15
Tower of Sinners
02:33
16
Dark Night Crash
02:12
17
Cursed Clock Tower
02:27
18
Subterranean Hell
02:32
19
Vampire Killer
02:12
20
Devil's Castle Highest Floor
02:18
21
The Great Door of Dark Courage
02:52
22
Basement Melody
02:26
23
The Abyss
02:27
24
Sharp White Fighting Spirit ~Game Over~
03:28
25
Beginning
02:00
26
Bloody Tears
02:27
27
Illusionary Dance Music
02:47
28
After the Battle ~Blue Recollection~
02:33
29
Finale ~Deep Translucent Moonlit Night~
02:13

CD 12

1
Ruined Castle ~Curse Seal of Darkness~
05:36
2
Balget Mountain Range
05:25
3
Followers of Darkness -2nd-
03:38
4
Garibaldi's Courtyard
02:20
5
The Legendary Belmondo
03:45
6
Garibaldi Cathedral
05:22
7
Mortavia Aqueduct
03:09
8
Fountain of Mortavia
04:44
9
Forest of Geclmunt
05:43
10
Cave of Geclmunt
03:29
11
The Insane Young Nobleman
03:39
12
Machine Tower of Eneomaios
05:00
13
Silk-Hatted Visitor
03:06
14
Legion and Nucleas
03:58
15
Iororn Ruins
04:08
16
The Black Cleric
03:16
17
Toccata into Blood-Stained Darkness
04:47
18
Metamorphosis into the Black Abyss of Death
02:53

CD 13

1
~Gallery of Labyrinth~
01:02
2
Name Entry
02:02
3
The Birth Cry of War
00:39
4
Invitation of the Mad Moon
02:35
5
Looming Threat
01:24
6
OPERATION "VK"
01:44
7
Little Prayer
02:02
8
VICTORIAN FEAR
02:14
9
A Little Prayer
01:58
10
Prison of Silence
02:14
11
Jail of Jewel
01:26
12
DESTROYER
01:24
13
Hail from the Past
02:54
14
Chaotic Play Ground
02:16
15
The Toothed Wheels Go Awry
02:04
16
Dance of Sorrow
02:09
17
Chance Meeting
02:08
18
The Hidden Cursed Ban
02:46
19
Look Up, at the Darkness
02:38
20
Distant Days
02:00
21
-Succession- Blood Relations of Heaven and Earth
02:52
22
Bad Situation
02:00
23
The Great Door of Dark Courage
01:39
24
Falling and Piling Sanddust
01:19
25
Searching for the Secret Method
02:06
26
Cross on the Breast
02:59
27
Reverse Side of the View
01:55
28
Iron Blue Intention
02:37
29
Esquisse of Cruelty
01:44
30
Drying of Blood
01:53
31
Overture
02:05
32
Mad Banquet
01:58
33
Awakening from the Nightmare
00:18
34
The Night is Washed Away
02:55
35
Portrait of Destiny
03:35
36
Game Over
00:07

CD 14

1
Requiem
01:29
2
LOADING
03:44
3
Demon Seed
03:07
4
Blood Relations of Heaven and Earth
03:13
5
Vampire Killer
04:32
6
Cross Fear
02:38
7
Bloody Tears -Bloody Tears-
01:31
8
Cemetery
03:15
9
Distant Triumphant Return
03:03
10
Slash
02:24
11
Ghost Ship Painting
02:37
12
Red Dawn
02:52
13
Former room
01:33
14
Tues Deus meus(in manibus tuis)
02:03
15
Stage Clear
00:09
16
Demo Scene 01
02:15
17
Demo Scene 03
02:18
18
Moon Fight
02:31
19
Poison Mind
01:34
20
Demo Scene 02
03:41
21
Illusionary Dance Music
03:18
22
All Clear
00:09
23
Daybreak
04:08
24
Player Out
00:06
25
Game Over
00:07

CD 15

1
Twilight Stigmata
01:09
2
Prologue ~Once More~
02:19
3
Fumigation Refuge
03:21
4
Fighting Spirit Rhapsody
02:42
5
Seaway of Wave Clashing
04:01
6
Indigo Sorrow Rhapsody
03:37
7
The Rigor of Scorched Earth
03:34
8
The Color of Wood in the Mist
03:58
9
Cathedral of Sacred Remains
03:06
10
Deep Blue Roaming
02:35
11
Warped Black Courage
02:33
12
Azure Virginal
03:27
13
Beating of Rough Strings
03:10
14
Noble Variation
02:08
15
The Curse of Sorrow
02:25
16
Traces of Rage
02:57
17
Twilight Stigmata
03:00
18
Malakh Labyrinth
03:20
19
Pitch-Black Wings
02:24
20
The Tower of Dolls
02:25
21
Gargantua
03:00
22
Symphonic Poem of the Satin Devil
03:15
23
Requiem of a Starlit Night
04:37
24
Proud Lone Challenger
02:30
25
RIDDLE
03:00

CD 16

1
Darkness Of Fear
01:33
2
Title Screen
01:48
3
Character Select
01:46
4
Vampire Killer
03:10
5
Bloody Tears
03:24
6
Beginning
03:58
7
Mad Forest
03:26
8
Clock Work
03:15
9
The Tower Of Dolls
03:41
10
The Wolf Revealed
03:40
11
Dracula's Castle
03:19
12
Slash
03:14
13
Iron Blue Intention
03:23
14
Evil's Symphonic Poem(Death's Theme)
03:45
15
Dance Of Illusions
04:01
16
An Empty Tome
03:36
17
Darkness Of Fear(Arr.)
03:22
18
Castle
01:54
19
Gallery
01:56
20
Accessories
02:01
21
Elemental Tactician
03:39
22
Win
00:12
23
Lose
00:13
24
Game Over
00:10
25
Crucial Moment
03:19
26
Credits
02:44

CD 17

1
Prelude ~OPENNING MOVIE~ (From “Akumajō Densetsu”)
01:43
2
Underground ~MENU~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
02:25
3
Blood Relations of Heaven and Earth ~STAGE1~ (From “Akumajō Dracula X: Chi no Rondo”)
03:35
4
Vampire Killer ~STAGE1 BOSS~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
02:45
5
STAGE CLEAR (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
00:11
6
Vampire Killer ~STAGE2#1~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
02:16
7
Poison Mind ~Mini-Boss Theme~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
02:49
8
Vampire Killer ~STAGE2#2~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
01:59
9
Bloody Tears ~Bloody Tears~ (From “Dracula II: Noroi no Fūin”)
03:44
10
Beginning ~STAGE3#1~ (From “Akumajō Densetsu”)
02:19
11
Rumbling of Heaven and Earth ~BOSS Appearance~ (From “Akumajō Dracula: THE ARCADE”)
01:39
12
Walking on the Edge ~Minotaurus Battle~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
02:27
13
Nightmare ~STAGE3#2~ (From “Akumajō Densetsu”)
01:57
14
Walking on the Edge ~STAGE3#3 Escape scene mix~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
01:02
15
Beginning ~STAGE3 BOSS~ (From “Akumajō Densetsu”)
01:52
16
Wicked Child ~STAGE4~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
03:26
17
Cross on the Breast ~STAGE4 BOSS~ (From Arcade Version “Akumajō Dracula”)
03:13
18
Simon's Theme ~STAGE5~ (From SUPER FAMICOM Version “Akumajō Dracula”)
02:50
19
Illusionary Dance Music ~LAST BOSS#1~ (From “Akumajō Dracula X: Chi no Rondo”)
03:45
20
Black Night ~LAST BOSS#2~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
02:48
21
Voyager ~ENDDING~ (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
00:57
22
GAME OVER (From “Akumajō Dracula”)
00:07
23
Confession ~Flute ver. Secret Ending~ (From “Tokimeki Memorial”)
00:47
24
Heartthrob ~Flute Only ver. Secret Ending~ (From “Tokimeki Memorial”)
01:53
25
Reel BGM
00:05
26
Reel win1
00:04
27
Reel win2
00:04
28
Reel win3
00:04
29
Reel win4
00:04
30
Reel win5
00:05
31
Double up Win1
00:04
32
Double up Win2
00:07
33
Double up Win3
00:12
34
Double up Draw
00:04
35
Crash bonus fanfare
00:06
36
Rush chance fanfare
00:08

CD 18

1
Ballad for a Gorgeous Heroine (Original)
03:54
2
Cross of Fate (From “Castlevania: Akatsuki no Menuett”)
04:01
3
Tachismistic Construction ~ Beginning
09:12
4
Pearl Dance Music (From “Akumajō Dracula: Gekka no Yasōkyoku”)
04:00
5
The Vampire's Stomach (From “VAMPIRE KILLER”)
05:11
6
Fumigation Refuge (From “Akumajō Dracula: Ubawareta Kokuin”)
04:44
7
Moon Legend (Original)
04:59
8
Metamorphosis ~Vampire Killer~
08:00
9
Requiem for the Nameless Souls (From “VAMPIRE KILLER”)
04:43

CD 19

1
DVD
30:05
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