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Music From Ys II Renewal
Catalog Number: KICA-1177
Released On: March 23, 1996
Composed By: Sound Team JDK
Arranged By: Sound Team JDK
Published By: King Records
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 1 CD
Tracklist:

01 - To Make the End of Battle
02 - Lilia
03 - Too Full With Love
04 - Apathetic Story
05 - May I Help You?
06 - Feel Blue
07 - Ruins of Moondoria
08 - Noble District of Toal
09 - Rest in Peace
10 - Cavern of Rasteenie
11 - Protectors
12 - Ice Ridge of Noltia
13 - Inside of the Ice Wall
14 - Moat of Burnedbless
15 - Tender People
16 - Palace of Salmon
17 - Subterranean Canal
18 - Companile of Lane
19 - Pressure Road
20 - Don't Go So Smoothly!
21 - Feena
22 - Termination
23 - A Still Time
24 - Stay With me Forever
25 - So Much for Today
Total Time:
50'27''

It's Ys...It's Ys II...It's "Renewed"...Ahh! Ys II Renewal! Hmm...Leaves a bitter aftertaste...

Basically, Ys II Renewal is a "futuristic" or at least "more modern" version of the OST, still using synth music. It isn't bad by any means...But I've never liked music from Ys II very much anyway, so my opinion is biased. If you own "Music from Ys II" and enjoyed it, but don't own this CD...Then I'd like to say "What's wrong with you?" and then continue to say "Buy it, crazy!"

Ys II Renewal can no longer be found at any stores (GMO once had a limited stock; they have since run out). My personal recommendation is that you not bother picking up this one. There are better Ys albums, and there are plenty of options in the Falcom world of music, no?

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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