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Grandia OST II
Catalog Number: KICA-5013/4
Released On: June 26, 1998
Composed By: Noriyuki Iwadare
Arranged By: Noriyuki Iwadare
Published By: King Records
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 2 CDs
Tracklist:

Disc One
01 - Off Runs Sue
02 - Justin Hits the Scene
03 - Angel Culture
04 - Mopping The Deck
05 - Within Sart Ruins
06 - Battle 1
07 - Victory
08 - A Misty Sea of Trees
09 - Gaia Egg
10 - Launch of the Airship
11 - Gaia Fuka
12 - Jilpadon's Destruction
13 - Leen vs. Gaia
14 - Growing Gaia
15 - Dinner Time
16 - Inside Domu Ruins
17 - Four Volley Rounds of Tension
18 - Dungeon 1
19 - New Parm Church
20 - Flawless Victory
21 - Ruku Village
Total Time:
49'56"

Disc Two
01 - Perserverance Cheer
02 - Battle Cheer
03 - The Three Young Women
04 - Dungeon 2
05 - New Parm Sake Bar
06 - Parm Seaport
07 - Inside Twin Tower 1
08 - Battle 2
09 - Unknown Sky Dimension
10 - Galaiel
11 - Farewell
12 - Underground Ruins
13 - Short Loop 1
14 - Short Loop 2
15 - Inside Twin Tower 2
16 - Battle 3
17 - The Cursed Tower
18 - Assault
19 - Aim for a New World
20 - Adventurer's Society
Total Time:
64'17"

Grandia OST II is the other set of CDs featuring the musical score from GameArts masterpiece, Grandia. Unlike the previous release, this soundtrack features synthesized music only, straight from the game. The musical style consists of contemporary and new age pieces. Tracks 9-14 on disc one are themes that play during CG cinemas in the game, according to the manual with the soundtrack. Another thing to mention, is that the sheet music for the Theme of Grandia, from Grandia OST I, is contained in the manual, really cool. If you're a fan of Grandia's musical score, then this soundtrack is a definite must-buy, and at the time of this writing, this soundtrack is easy to find at your typical import music store. However, there are a lot of filler tracks, so buy with discretion.

Reviewed by: Jason Walton



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