X Edge Original Soundtrack

X Edge Original Soundtrack

Sony Music
Audio CD

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Original Name  クロスエッジ オリジナルサウンドトラック
Official Release Date Sep 24, 2008
Genre Video Game Soundtrack
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0002327436
Catalog No.  KDSD-10032
Item Code  4562144212283

track listing

1. Blade of Tears(Full Chorus)/ 霜月はるか
2. The X Edge
3. Conditioned Refresh
4. The Grand Design
5. Flap The Wings
6. Feel My Soul
7. 1st Level~Fantasy
8. 2nd Level~Imperial
9. 3rd Level~Mythology
10. 4th Level~Desolation
11. 5th Level~Abyss
12. Cataclysm And Oracle
13. In Mood
14. A Lucky Dog
15. Sailing Hour
16. Awakening Of The Self
17. Level Up
18. Impossible To Control
19. Refuse
20. Not Over…
21. Bring It To Me
22. Evening Sun
23. Reign Of Fire
24. A Rich Harvest
25. Blood On The Street
26. Breeze Of Time
27. Gate Of X Edge
28. Desert Rain
29. Dengerous Game
30. To Your Healing
31. Enter The Confusion
32. 1st Dungeon~Fantasy
33. 2nd Dungeon~Imperial
34. 3rd Dungeon~Mythology
35. 4th Dungeon~Desolation
36. 5th Dungeon~Abyss
37. Revolutionary Evolution
38. Feel the Breeze
39. Arrival
40. Flora And Fauna
41. Switch On…
42. Dance Of Teal
43. Edge Memories
44. A Burning Omission
45. Game Over
46. Base
47. Eye Of The World
48. Get It
49. Wall Of Crisis
50. Synthesizing…
51. Grand Attack
52. A Fools
53. Faith
54. Blade of Tears(1 Chorus)/ 霜月はるか
55. Blade of Tears(Off Vocal)/ 霜月はるか


X Edge, like its name, is a large scale crossover between games of Gust, Capcom, Nippon Software, Bandai Namco Games and Idea Factory.

To combine the charm of all of these RPG series, the soundtrack itself requires a lot of effort. To do justice to the composer's works, therefore, the soundtrack is published on a high quality CD that is a far superior media than normal CDs.

Aside from the background tracks, the theme song Blade of Tears, sung by the singer and song writer Shimotsuki Haruka is a huge attraction.

The singer herself has a pure and adorable voice and the album carries full chorus, 1 chorus and an off vocal version of the theme song.

ガスト、カプコン、日本一ソフトウェア、バンダイナムコゲームス、アイディアファクトリーの5社がタッグを組んで放つ新作RPG「クロスエッジ」のBGMとテーマソングを収録したサウンドトラック。ヴォーカルに大人気クリエイター“霜月はるか”、Gt/Bsにプログレバンド“KBB”ベーシスト“Dani”が参加するテーマソング『Blade of Tears』を収録します!


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rootbeercookie2 (1) on 25, Feb. 2011 01:47 (HKT)
great job
the product was in great condtion and i was so suprised that it was HQ got to say just great condtion works great and i had no problems whats so ever thank you.
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Tekbuster (3) on 29, Mar. 2010 10:28 (HKT)
Kenji Kaneko mostly succeeds with
"X Edge" - or, as it's known elsewhere, "Cross Edge" - is a crossover with a completely original soundtrack scored by Kenji Kaneko. This composer is relatively new to the musical scene but is able to create a decent, above-average album for this JRPG.

The highlights are the rock songs, used mostly in battles and confrontations. "The Grand Design" is a superbly excellent normal battle theme, with plenty of power to complement the hard-hitting combo battle system present in-game. "Cataclysm and Oracle" is likewise a great boss battle theme, and "Dangerous Game" is a surprisingly potent conversation piece also backed by crunchy guitar work. Other songs, such as the five Level and five Dungeon pieces, rely on electronic trance/techno stylings; of these, highlights include the first two Level songs and first three Dungeon songs. Even stringed outings like "Arrival" (the battle theme of the 12 Knights) or the chilly, piano-laden "Evening Sun" work out much better than expected. Several songs throughout the album are either unimpressive or uninteresting - many tracks in the latter halves of both discs fall into this trough, and "Wall of Crisis" severely dampens the mood as a *very* disappointing replacement for "The Grand Design" midway through the plot - but overall, the music is likable and quite punchy.

"Cross Edge" / "X Edge" features Kenji Kaneko's talent to this point in his young career, and it is somewhat laudable. I hope to see the man continue to improve his songwriting and deliver hard rock anthems alongside trancy beats and traditional symphonic melodies.
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