Suikoden CDs

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Suikoden CDs

Postby HowlingGuild » Fri Jun 11, 2004 3:54 pm

* Genso Suikoden Music Collection - Celtic Collection 3 [04/04/14]
Code: KOLA-064

* Genso Suikoden - Piano Collection 2 [04/01/21]
Code: KOLA-056

* Genso Suikoden Music Collection - Asian Collection [03/11/27]
Code: KOLA-049

* Genso Suikoden Music Collection - Celtic Collection 2 [03/08/20]
Code: KOLA-036

* Genso Suikoden Music Collection - Celtic Collection [03/03/05]
Code: KOLA-022

* Genso Suikoden Vocal Collection - Echoes of Love [03/01/22]
Code: KOLA-018

* Genso Suikoden Piano Collection - Avertunerio Antes Lance Mao [02/12/18]
Code: KOLA-017

* Genso Suikoden III Music Collection - Stirring of the Wind [02/09/11]
Code: KMCA-170

* Genso Suikoden III - Original Soundtrack [02/07/24]
Code: KMCA-164-5

* Genso Suikoden Vocal Collection [02/07/03]
Code: KMCA-163

* Genso Suikoden Music Collection - Produced by Haneda Kentaro [02/04/24]
Code: KMCA-143

* Genso Suikoden - Produced by Namba Hiroyuki [01/12/29]
Code: KMCA-107

* Genso Suikogaiden Vol.2 - Duel at Crystal Valley OST [01/04/04]
Code: KMCA-97

* Genso Suikogaiden Vol.1 - Swordsman of Harmonia OST [00/10/04]
Code: KMCA75~76

* Genso Suikoden II Music Collection - Orrizonte [00/05/10]
Code: KMCA57

* Genso Suikoden 2 Soundtrack vol 2 [98/12/23]
Code: KICA7931~7934<LC371~374>

* Genso Suikoden 2 Soundtrack vol 1 [98/12/23]
Code: KICA7931~7934<LC371~374>

* Genso Suikoden Soundtrack [96/04/??]
Code: KICA7696<LC149> KICA7697<LC150>

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Special Release CD's
No order codes available due to the fact that these were special limited edition CDs

* Genso Suikoden Music Box Collection
* Tokyo Game Show 2003 Charity Auction

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Postby Kyojin Blight » Sat Jun 26, 2004 4:22 am

I would have to say the Piano Collections and Orrizonte are my favorite. . . though, I really do enjoy listening to all of the aranged CDs. I'm kind of curious what they'll spit out next. Maybe Asian Collection II. Since the original composer is back with Konami, there might be a chance of an Orrizone II (hopefully).

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Postby Sami » Sun Jun 27, 2004 10:07 am

Kyojin Blight wrote:Since the original composer is back with Konami, there might be a chance of an Orrizone II (hopefully).


Do you mean Miki Higashino? Do you have a source?

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Postby Kyojin Blight » Mon Jun 28, 2004 2:22 am

Yeah, she was on maternal leave for a while.. I'll get the source when my friend gets on.

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Postby Jowy Atreides » Fri Jul 30, 2004 8:11 pm

Suikoden II's soundtrack gets my vote.
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Postby tmxdragoon » Mon Aug 09, 2004 10:25 pm

anyone know where I can listen to suikoden music? I tried looking on the net for songs but they are all "midis". Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

Oh and by the way I'm new if you didn't notice so Hi everyone.

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Postby Deloseth » Tue Aug 10, 2004 5:58 am

You can always try Vivi Chan/HowlingGuild's Suikoden radio station.

http://www.live365.com/stations/tenkan

Pretty damn cool.

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Postby tmxdragoon » Tue Aug 10, 2004 12:21 pm

Deloseth wrote:You can always try Vivi Chan/HowlingGuild's Suikoden radio station.

http://www.live365.com/stations/tenkan

Pretty damn cool.


thanks a lot :D This is a great radio station

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Postby DarkWizard » Tue Aug 10, 2004 7:56 pm

Who is the music composer for Suikoden II? I love the asian feel of the music in that game.

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Postby Lord Tsubaki » Wed Aug 11, 2004 7:15 am

Miki Higashino
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Postby Sami » Sun Aug 22, 2004 8:20 am

I think that information about taiwanese pirated Suikoden albums would be useful here. They're basically almost the same as the authentic releases, but there are some telltale signs, like the lack of catalogue numbers posted in the first post, not having been made in Japan, and sometimes spelling errors and inferior quality of packaging / printing.

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Postby Camus » Sun Aug 22, 2004 4:17 pm

Don't buy anything printed by Forever Anime. It's a rainbowy logo, you'll definitely see it. Usually on the side. I just can't support bootlegged music! ~~

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Postby Goldmember » Tue Aug 24, 2004 6:36 am

Where can i get my hands on the original soundtracks for the three games??

Also, what other soundtracks would you recommend.
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Postby Sami » Thu Aug 26, 2004 6:03 am

Known retailers that carry authentic Japanese releases, including Suikoden albums:

http://Amazon.co.jp (Japanese)
http://CDJapan.co.jp
http://www.Otaku.com
http://www.Otaku.co.uk
http://Animenation.com
http://GameMusic.com
http://SynSoniq.de (expensive, but might be worth it for Europeans, especially Germans)
http://Amazon.com (expensive, limited selection)

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Postby Eao » Tue Aug 31, 2004 9:46 am

strange how they are allowed to sell pirated CDs in stores.
I didn't think it was "allowed"

everything loads so slow for me, so i canot benifit from the On-Line radio stations.

The prices will throw anyone off, then again most of all the CDs are old and some possibly Out of Print, there is only the internet for people like me, I don't live near a store that sells Janese stuff, I used to but HKT closes, not that they only had everAnime stuff, I guess there was a reason my CD wasn't 20 or 30 dollars.


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