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Grandia OST
Catalog Number: KICA-5002/3
Released On: December 22, 1997
Composed By: Noriyuki Iwadare
Arranged By: Noriyuki Iwadare
Published By: King Records
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 2 CDs
Tracklist:

Disc One
Orchestra Side
01 - The Theme of Grandia
02 - Ganbo's Sandy Beach
03 - Delightful Adventure
04 - Farewell to Sue
05 - Ancient Illusionary Castle
06 - Mullen
07 - The Beautiful Woman of Alent
08 - The Ghost Ship
09 - The End of the World
10 - Approaching Crisis
11 - Leen's Love Theme
Total Time:
46'25"

Disc Two
Synthesizer Side
01 - Prelude
02 - The Streets of Parm
03 - Seagull Restaurant Lily
04 - Saruto Ruins
05 - New Parm~Frontier of Our Hearts~
06 - Dom Ruins
07 - Duel with Gadwin
08 - Dight Village
09 - Gambo's Festival
10 - Twin Tower
11 - Village of Kafu
12 - Zilpadon
13 - The Snow Village Laine
14 - Stand and Rise! Justin
Total Time:
51'15"

Grandia OST is an excellent set of two CDs, one of them featuring beautifully orchestrated themes, and the other containing all synthesized music from the actual game. Both CDs contain a mixed variety of music, from new age to classical, with the Theme of Grandia being an excellent example of how to implement multiple styles in one track of music, which is easily the best piece of music in the entire collection, if not one of the best ever made. The first CD is easily the better of the two, as the orchestrated music is absolutely astounding. I highly recommend this soundtrack to any fan of music.

Reviewed by: Jason Walton



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