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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Orchestrations
Catalog Number: FMCN-1003
Released On: October 21, 2000
Composed By: Koji Kondo, Toru Minegishi
Arranged By: Shoji Horikoshi, Masahide & Yumi, Masaharu Toyoda, Keita Kikuchi, Katsuya Takahashi
Published By: Enterbrain
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 1 CD
Tracklist:

01 - Opening Title
02 - Termina Field
03 - Deku Palace
04 - Astral Observatory
05 - Oath of Order
06 - Music Box House
07 - Goron Village
08 - Zora Hall
09 - Majora's Wrath
10 - Ending/Credits
11 - The Indigo-Go's - Daru Blue BIG BAND Version
Total Time:
50'42"

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask was not one of my favorites in the Legend of Zelda series. Though it had interesting gameplay, to me it lacked the epic feel that was in its predecessors, such as Ocarina of Time and Link to the Past. It seems that my feelings for the game extend to the soundtrack, for though it is not a bad CD, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Orchestrations was not one of my favorites.

I would like to say, however, that this CD is not without merit. There is one track on this CD that stands out. The second track, Termina Field, is excellent. This is a great medley of the Zelda theme with a piano section that gives me goose bumps every time I listen to it. There are some other good tracks, such as Goron Village and The Indigo-Go's - Daru Blue Big Band Version, but nothing that compares to Termina Field.

This CD, though it has some good highlights, just doesn't have the charm that some of the better Zelda soundtracks do. If you were and are a huge fan of Majora's Mask and its music, it might be a worthwhile purchase, but if not, you probably shouldn't spend the money. Also, if you do decide to get it, you should be warned that it's an Enterbrain item, which means it will be difficult to find.

Reviewed by: Matt Gordon



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