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Blazblue Song Accord#1 With Continuum Shift

Blazblue Song Accord#1 With Continuum Shift


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Official Release Date Dec 23, 2009
Genre Video Game Soundtrack
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0002910451
Catalog No.  KDSD-321
Item Code  4562144213211

track listing

1. Continuum Shift
2. 烈風
3. Condemnation Wings ~Cry Camellia…~
4. Oriental Flower ~華となれ~
5. Queen of rose ~真紅の傍観者~
6. Gluttony Fang
7. Condemnation Wings
8. Nightmare Fiction
9. Memory of Tears
10. Endless Despair
11. Rubble Song
12. Stardust memory ~約束の場所~

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Total votes:9

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JAE-1 (6) on 19, Feb. 2013 01:13 (HKT)
A Must for BlazBlue Fans
Good music.

It's a good listen from start to finish.

The tracks where they have vocals on them sound superb.
I don't know what the actual words are being sung on the CD are about.

I wish there was more tracks on this CD & more pictures & some new art work would have been nice.

Would have been a good idea if, when you play this CD on your computer, PS3 &/or XBox 360, there was some kind of BlazBlue Jukebox on the screen where you had the option to have subtitles/ lyrics on the screen when the tracks with vocals plays to understand what the songs is about.

My Favorite tracks:

烈風
4. Oriental Flower ~華となれ~
5. Queen of rose ~真紅の傍観者~
12. Stardust memory ~約束の場所~
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poomwood (139) on 05, Aug. 2011 20:49 (HKT)
Blazblue is the hallmark of soundtrack in fighting games...
And Daisuke ishiwatari is the god! This rock music are so funky and it will compleate your gaming experience!
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cronocke (1) on 07, Dec. 2010 04:23 (HKT)
風林火山
Ahh, I love this album.

Okay, so Daisuke Ishiwatari is probably most famous in people's minds for coming up with the Guilty Gear games, particularly the much-beloved music from them. But all good things must come to an end, and the Guilty Gear series fell out of his hands. Flash forward to 2008, and we get a sort of successor to the throne - BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. And once again, Daisuke Ishiwatari is writing the music. And once again, it's awesome. So naturally, it earned a sequel, and a soundtrack release.

So now we come to this disc. It's a disc of extra songs not included in the soundtrack to BlazBlue. These include special instrumental tracks for when specific characters fight against each other - Ragna vs. Hazama, for instance - as well as a few themes for characters new to Continuum Shift. They're all great, as you'd expect from Ishiwatari. The real meat of the album, though, comes in the vocal tracks.

Now, your personal opinions might vary, but I absolutely LOVE 烈風 (Gale). It's the character theme of Bang Shishigami from the game, but now the character's voice actor has been called in to sing lyrics to it! And, predictably, they're all completely over the top and cast him as a heroic figure fighting for love and justice. Wonderful stuff here.

The rest aren't anything to scoff at either. We get several of the ladies of the franchise singing to the accompaniment of their own themes as well. Litchi, Rachel, Tsubaki, and Noel all get the treatment, though I feel obligated to note that Taokaka wasn't as lucky. Oh well. They're all nice songs as well, fitting the moods and motivations of each of these ladies.

Ultimately, if you're a fan of Daisuke Ishiwatari's work, or a fan of BlazBlue, you cannot go wrong with this album. Heck, even if you're not, it's probably worth looking into.
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shoua_boy (4) on 21, Sep. 2010 09:14 (HKT)
Blazing Blues
These are some of the greatest music I've ever heard from a fighting game other then GGX. To me it wasn't just about any old game songs, it was more then that. These songs spoke out to me. Each character's theme matched them so well which made the game ever so much more enjoyable. I am happy with this purchase that I made, even though this Soundtrack isn't as long as the first CD. It was still worth it. If you are a Blazblue lover like myself this should be a must have for you.
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chad_bayer_99 (1) on 17, Jul. 2010 06:27 (HKT)
awesome cd
this cd has the best tracks from continuum shift. imy favourite is queen of rose.
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