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Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2 OST

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Catalog Number: SSCX-10026
Released On: January 21, 1999
Composed By: Yasuhiro Kawakami, Tsuyoshi Sekito, Kumi Tanioka, Kenji Ito, Nobuo Uematsu
Arranged By: Kenji Ito
Published By: DigiCube
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 1 CD
Buy this CD from VGM World
Tracklist:

01 - Prelude ~Premonition Of A New Journey
02 - Dungeon Discovered
03 - Searching for Treasure
04 - Shiroma's Theme
05 - Good Night
06 - The Fat Chocobo's Theme
07 - I'm Not Afraid
08 - Skull Hammer
09 - Whisper of Time
10 - Partner Moogle
11 - Monster Village (Version 1)
12 - Enter Cid Tank
13 - The Mechanical World
14 - Cid's Theme
15 - Old Cid's Castle
16 - The Chant of Truth
17 - Imp Robo Boss
18 - Advance! Cid Mariner
19 - Story of the Bottom of the Sea
20 - The Phantom Dimension
21 - The Time of Trial
22 - The Mysterious Corridor
23 - Theme of Love (Piano Solo)
24 - Ultros
25 - Wind of an Undiscovered Region
26 - Monster Village (Version 2)
27 - Lots of Interesting Things
28 - Snow Field
29 - Time of Sorrow
30 - Glasgos
31 - Theme of Love
32 - Strongest Impact
33 - Monster Village (Version 3)
34 - Kyaa
35 - Arara
36 - Charge
37 - The Last Prelude
38 - Glasgos X - Glasgos Z
39 - Illusion Destruction
40 - Meeting Shiroma Again
41 - The Journey Continues
42 - Staff Roll
43 - March de Chocobo
44 - TV Commercial 1
45 - TV Commercial 2
Total Time:
65'40"

Known as just "Chocobo's Dungeon 2" in the US, Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2 has quite an array of music on it. While the game suffers of just about everything, the music holds strong with a multi-composed soundtrack that no VGM enthusiast could disregard.

The majority of this soundtrack is definitely light-hearted, with no real driving songs on the CD (except for maybe the orchestrated tracks). The best part of this CD is that anyone can enjoy it, given the right atmosphere. None of the songs are annoying, there's no reason to skip any one track.

Though you don't know it, I made sure to get one track sample from each composer so you can get an idea as to how the variety works on this CD.

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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