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The Legaia OST

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Catalog Number: SVWC-7008
Released On: November 21, 1998
Composed By: Michiru Oshima
Arranged By: Michiru Oshima, Koichi Yamazaki
Published By: SPE Visual Works
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 1 CD
Tracklist:

01 - Theme of Legaia
02 - Title
03 - Prologue
04 - Rim Elm
05 - Mei
06 - Night Requiem
07 - Mist
08 - Brand of the Holy Knuckles
09 - Quiet Tree of Creation
10 - The Awakening of the Tree of Creation
11 - Barren Fields of Mist
12 - Cave of Warmth
13 - Attack
14 - Lively Imperial Palace
15 - We are the Bairon Militan Priests
16 - Forest of Mystery
17 - A Happening that Could Not be Predicted
18 - The Misty Nest
19 - Songi's First Appearance
20 - My Name is Songi
21 - Disciples of the Mist
22 - Earth of Joy
23 - Light of the Town
24 - Calling of the Relics
25 - Gondola
26 - Wild Declaration
27 - Wanna Wanna
28 - Quiet Destruction
29 - Melody of Memories
30 - Dream, Teague
31 - Hurry Up
32 - Misty Capital
33 - Tower of the Seal
34 - Young Nobleman of the Mist
35 - Noel
36 - Castle of Living Things
37 - Unrivaled Chaos
38 - Destruction of the Castle of Living Things
39 - World of Humans
40 - End Title
Total Time:
66'31"

The Legaia OST (for Americans, "The Legend of Legaia"), admittedly, sucks. There really isn't that much good music on it. The ending was alright, some of the world map stuff was ok...and some of the slow emotional themes were good. But basically, it isn't special.

Did you realize that those statements were utterly blasphemous? That's right: they are close to true, but the fact that they rule out a certain track makes it evil in my eyes. What am I talking about? Track 27, "Wanna Wanna", the ULTIMATE dance/party/techno-mix you'll ever hear! This song plays during the cool arcade game "Baka Fighter" in Sol, and also plays for Noa's competition in the Sol Dance Contest. This song definitely warrants a purchase. I know what you're thinking: "ONE song is worth $30?" Okay, that's sort of an exaggeration. It might be worth $10 though. So if you'd be willing to pay $20 for a somewhat-obscure, mediocre soundtrack, that might make more sense. So when you're searching for it, try to get a good deal on it.

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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