OutRun 20th Anniversary Box

OutRun 20th Anniversary Box. Box Front. Click to zoom.
OutRun 20th Anniversary Box
Box Front
Composed by CHAMY.Ishi / Fumio Itoh / Hiroyuki Kawada / Jun Senoue / Junko Shiratsu / Keisuke Tsukahara / Sachio Ogawa / Takayuki Nakamura / Takenobu Mitsuyoshi / Tatsuya Kouzaki / Yasuhiro Takagi
Arranged by AM2 Sound Team / Fumio Itoh / Hiroshi Matsui / Hiroyuki Kawada / Makoto Iida / Mitsuharu Fukuyama / Richard Jacques / Takayuki Nakamura / Takenobu Mitsuyoshi / [H.]
Published by Wave Master
Catalog number WM-0538~48
Release type Game Soundtrack - Official Release
Format 11 CD - 207 tracks
Release date February 8, 2007
Duration 09:53:57
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Overview

Now here's a box set and a half. In 2007, Wavemaster decided to commemorate their OutRun series of driving games with the OutRun 20th Anniversary Box. It featured the original scores for the main games in the series — OutRun, Turbo OutRun, OutRunners, OutRun 2, OutRun 2 SP, and OutRun 2006 Coast 2 Coast — along with their main ports, some bonus arrangements, and even a jingle collection. In total, the package amounts to eleven discs, 207 pieces, and just under a ten hour playtime. With the first print, there was even a bonus DVD featuring strategy movies and a video of the S.S.T. Band live. But can the OutRun series really sustain such a large box, given its music has tended to revolve around the four track score for the original game over the years? There's no simple answer to this question, although listening to this box set in full might give you a lifelong phobia of a certain 'magical' track...

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The box set appropriately opens with the surprisingly impressive original Arcade tunes for OutRun. The original "Magical Sound Shower" is a definitive if potentially nightmarish classic. It blends samba beats, old-school melodies, and jazz improvisation into one six minute track. The result is memorable, rhythmically compelling, and suitable for driving to. The other two driving themes haven't quite attained classic status, but are still good. "Splash Wave" is quite a bit more rock-influenced and fast-paced than "Magical Sound Shower", although at its core is one of Kawaguchi's characteristically warm and naive melodies. "Passing Breeze", on the other hand, is the most relaxing of the set with a light jazz feel and rather smooth soundscaping. The sound version ends with the only other theme in the four track OutRun score, the high score music "Last Wave". It's rather short and superfluous, but nevertheless charming with its music box focus. While the score is short, it makes up for it with well-rounded pieces.

The various ports of the OutRun score tend to be unimpressive. On the fourth disc, there are PSG and FM sound versions of the Japanese Master System soundtrack. The sound quality is massively inferior due to the limitations of the console and most of the tunes have a very chippy sound. At least for the overseas version on the fifth disc, Sega took the wise decision to compose a few chiptune tracks — the spirited "Shining Wind", relaxing "Color Ocean", and more intense "Midnight Highway" — to replace the misfitting Arcade tracks. Still, the iconic "Magical Sound Shower" and easily adapted "Last Wave" remain. The other renditions of the OutRun score on the fifth disc are a mixed bag with the Game Gear version sounding primitive and the TurboGrafx-16 version being a little richer. The Mega Drive version on the sixth disc also lacks expressiveness, but at least benefits from Chamy Ishikawa's eccentric jazzy bonus track "Step On Beat". This track is one of a few secret goodies on the box set.

There are also renditions of the soundtrack from more recent ports. The Saturn version on the eighth disc is actually a massive step up since it streams Hiroshi Kawaguchi's arranged version featured on Yu-Suzuki Produces OutRun. The four classic themes sound better than ever with these stylish and extensively developed remixes. The extended jazz version of "Last Wave" and bustling remix of "Magical Sound Shower" are especially likeable. There is also the sound version for the faithfully replicated version of OutRun used as a mini-game on Shenmue II, though it offers little to the box set since it is similar to the Arcade version. If that wasn't enough, there is a fairly choppy Mobile and Game Boy Advance versions on the eighth disc. Finally, the ninth disc features a few exclusive arrangements of the score for the Sega Ages 2500 Vol. 13 - OutRun soundtrack. They're pretty straightforward rock-influenced interpretations, but pleasant enough. I guess most would have had a "Magical Sound Shower" overdose by the time they get to them, though.

The first unofficial sequel to OutRun, Turbo OutRun, also receives some much-needed attention on the first disc of the album. Rather than rely yet again on "Magical Sound Shower", this score tried to flesh out the series thematically with eight original compositions. Yasuhiro Takagi's two main contributions, "Shake the Street" and "Rush a Difficulty", introduce a harder rock element to the score. While not as elaborate as OutRun's theme, they compensate with decent hooks and sheer energy. Returnee Hiroshi Kawaguchi also creates a couple of rock tracks, "Keep Your Heart" and "Who Are You", but nicely hybridises them with jazz and tropical elements. Unfortunately, the four other compositions are little more than jingles built on repetitive chord progressions. It's hardly an iconic soundtrack, but it's still a solid listen. The FM-Towns port on the fourth disc is surprisingly high fidelity and Hiroshi Matsui introduces some very impressive streamed electric guitar performances to the score. Once again, the Mega Drive port represents a quality drop, though there are couple of very mediocre new compositions, "Shine Country" and "Night Ride".

There are a fair number of highlights in the Arcade's OutRunners soundtrack featured in the third disc. For one, Takenobu Mitsuyoshi offers remixes of the classic OutRun stage themes featuring a bouncy old-school flavour. As for original compositions, Takayuki Nakamura shows his flair for soft nu jazz soundscapes on "Blow Your Cool" and offers some dynamic rock infusions on "Sonic Control". Mitsuyoshi also returns with the groovy jazz improvisation "Adventure". The rest of the soundtrack features 18 short stage themes for the various locations in the game. The locations are well characterised, though the tracks are still little more than jingles, even the underwhelming "Stage Final". Compared with the Virtua Racing & OutRunners sound version, the track order has been revised and there are a few extra short tracks. The Mega Drive version on the seventh disc takes a hit in quality, though the music proves more adaptable than OutRun was. There are also some enjoyable original tracks, especially "Title Screen", "Travel Seaward", and "Staff Roll", not to mention a secret Christmas anthem.

The majority of the OutRun 2 soundtrack is featured on the third disc. A big advantage of this version is that it has a much more sensible track order, beginning with the opening themes, moving to the classic remixes and new stage themes, and concluding with a number of ending themes. The original themes are easily the big highlight. "Risky Ride" is probably the best hard rock theme in the series' discography while "Shiny World" presents utterly evocative electric guitar solo and bouncy piano support. There are also two high quality vocal themes, "Night Flight" and "Life Was A Bore", written in a rock style. The English lyrics about driving are a little contrived, but well done overall, while the female vocalists give passionate and heartfelt performances. The classic remixes are decent too with "Splash Wave" rocking hard, "Passing Breeze" fusing jazz, and "Magical Sound Shower" blending samba and saxophones. The rocking opening theme and diverse ending themes maintain the high production values, though are rather short. Overall the soundtrack a very enjoyable listen despite the relatively few pieces.

Later in the box set, there is a little more OutRun 2. The ninth disc also features the exclusive themes featured in the Xbox promo soundtrack. Most notably, there are Richard Jacques' remixes of the classic OutRun themes that should appeal to Western fans. They include the definitive version of "Magical Sound Shower" with sassy trumpet leads, upbeat piano riffs, percussive samba backing, and saxophone solos. Less impressive are the inferior instrumental and prototype versions of the four OutRun 2 original driving themes, which just bulk up the box set with more redundant material. A final highlight from the OutRun 2 console soundtrack, albeit clustered to the extra disc, is the vocal version of "Last Wave". It is a soft ballad by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi featuring soothing Japanese vocals against semi-jazzy piano backing. The culmination of the arrangement comes with the passionate vocals around the 2:48 mark and a gorgeous trumpet solo from 3:15 onwards. It's certainly one of Mitsuyoshi's most charming performances to date.

There are further arranged versions in the tenth disc for the exclusive soundtrack to OutRun 2 SP. Mitsuharu Fukuyama's take on "Passing Breeze" refreshingly fuses together the tropical, big band, and smooth jazz sounds of earlier OutRun pieces. Jun Senoue makes a guest contribution with his hard rock interpretations of "Splash Wave" and "Rush a Difficulty". This should delight Sonic fans out there and he even makes a comprhensive if typical original contribution, "Lift You Up!". The tenth disc features further exclusive highlights in the form of the soundtrack to OutRun 2006 Coast 2 Coast. These tracks tend to homage earlier soundtracks in the series. "Radiation" features Hiroshi Kawaguchi's OutRun-style blend of funk and tropical work while Fumio Ito's "Night Bird" is another rocking vocal theme similar to OutRun 2. They're both very enjoyable efforts. More surprisingly, the major themes from the Turbo OutRun soundtrack are revived in a series of jazz and rock arrangements. At last these themes receive the highbrow treatment they deserve.

The extra disc is the most off-the-wall. The first ten tracks demonstrate how riffs and melodies from tracks like "Magical Sound Shower" and "Rush a Difficulty" have been adapted into jingles for games such as Rent-A-Hero and Daytona USA. It's surprising that even shortened versions of the tracks have a very catchy effect. For all the "Magical Sound Shower" fans out there, there are amusing hip-hop, football anthem, and male ballad interpretations used for Crackin'DJ, Virtua Striker 4, and Crackin'DJ Part 2. They're all pretty gimmicky, but nevertheless professional done. A bonus arrangement of "Passing Breeze" is also taken from the Sega Piano Nocturne album; while a simple solo piano piece, many will feel endeared by it nevertheless. Richard Jacques also returns with a prototype remix of "Splash Wave". Following the aforementioned vocal version of "Last Wave", the disc ends with a music box version of the theme true to the original. At the end of the box set, it's sentimentality and nostalgia galore, which seems suitable given the memories people have of the games.

Summary

This box set is clearly quite a way to commemorate the OutRun series' big birthday. I wouldn't recommend listening to all ten hours of the box in full given you risk acquiring the well-characterised MSS Syndrome (characterised by an extreme phobia of magic, taking showers, and all sound in general). However, it's great to dip in and out of given there are all sorts of surprise arrangements or bonus compositions along the way. For all its strengths, the box set is far from a bargain. It is riddled with redundancy through inferior port after even worse port of the Arcade soundtracks and a number of the eleven discs will be completely pointless to most. To put things in perspective, there are an insane 30 different versions of "Magical Sound Shower" alone. It's still an amazing package and a collector's delight, but only a few will consider paying the 13440 yen for it, especially given the subsequent MSS rehabilitation costs.



Album
8/10

Music in game
0/10

Game
0/10

Chris Greening

The Set includes the arranged tracks of the "Yu-Suzuki produce Out Run" CD (MJCAX-00004) and the "OutRun 2" (SEGA-C005750-EU) Promotion CD.
The first Print comes with a Bonus-DVD: Out Run / Turbo Out Run Strategy Movie & S.S.T. BAND LIVE and an empty case for the bonus cd Out Run Sound Tracks - Complement - included with the first print of the OutRun 2 SP game for PS2 JP.

Disc 01


1986 Arcade
Out Run

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01]~[04]

1989 Arcade
Turbo Out Run

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[09]~[12]
       Yasuhiro Takagi (SEGA) *Track[05]~[08]


Disc 02


1993 Arcade
OutRunners

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[05]~[07][21][35]
       Takayuki Nakamura (SEGA) *Track[01][03][04][08]~[11][13][14][24][33]
       Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[02][12][15][16][18]~[20][22][23][25]~[27][29][30][34]
       Hiro & Takayuki Nakamura (SEGA) *Track[17]
       Takayuki Nakamura & Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[28]
       American Folk Song *Track[31]
Arranger : Takayuki Nakamura (SEGA) *Track[31][35]
       Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[05]~[07

NOTE: Track[32] is composed by Takayuki Nakamura based on Disc 07, Track[36]

Disc 03


2003 Arcade    2004 Arcade    2006 Arcade
OutRun2 ~      OutRun2 SP ~   OutRun2 SP SDX/DX

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[03]~[05][15]
       Fumio Itoh (SEGA) *Track[06]~[14]
       Keisuke Tsukahara (SEGA) *Track[02]
       Sachio Ogawa (SEGA) *Track[01]
Lyrics : COMPOZILA Inc. *Track[08][09]
Arranger : AM2 Sound Team (SEGA) *Track [02]~[15]
Guitars : Tomoya Koga (SEGA) *Track[02]~[05][07]~[14]
Bass : Kouhei Okamura *Track[03]~[05]
Drums : Kazuyoshi Usui *Track[03]~[05]
Percussion : Inohaya "TYSON" Takumi *Track[03]
Sax : Norihito Sumitomo *Track[03]
Vocal : Brenda Vaughn *Track[08]
Vocal : Donna Burke *Track[09]


Disc 04


1987 SEGA MARK III
Out Run

PSG Sound Ver. *Track[01]~[04]
FM Sound Ver. *Track[04]~[08]
Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01]~[08]
Porting : Yuji Naka (SEGA) *Track[01]~[08]

1987 FM TOWNS
Turbo Out Run [CRI]

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[13]~[16]
       Yasuhiro Takagi (SEGA) *Track[09]~[12]
Arranger : Hiroshi Matsui *Track[09]~[16]
Guitars : Pick Kun *Track[09][10][13]~[15]


Disc 05


1989 SEGA MASTER SYSTEM Overseas Edition
Out Run 3-D

PSG Sound Ver. *Track[01]~[05]
FM Sound Ver. *Track[06]~[10]
Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01][05][06][10]
       SEGA *Track[02]~[04][07]~[09]
Porting : SEGA *Track[01]~[10]

1990 PC Engine
Out Run [NEC Avenue]

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[11]~[14]
Porting : Shigeharu Isoda *Track[11]~[14]

1991 GAME GEAR
Out Run

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[15]~[18]
Porting : Yoko Wada (SIMS) *Track[15]~[18]


Disc 06


1991 MEGA DRIVE
Out Run

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01]~[03][05]
       Chamy.Ishi (T's MUSIC) *Track[04]
Porting : Shinichiro Sato (T's MUSIC) *Track[01]~[05]

1992 MEGA DRIVE
Turbo Out Run

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[10]~[13]
       Yasuhiro Takagi (SEGA) *Track[06]~[09]
       SEGA *Track[14][15]
Porting : SEGA *Track[06]~[15]


Disc 07


1994 MEGA DRIVE
OutRunners

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[08]~[10][23][41]
       Takayuki Nakamura (SEGA) *Track[04][06][11]~[14][16][26][36][38]
       Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[05][15][17][18][20]~[22][24][25][27]~[29][31][32][34][35][40]
       Hiro & Takayuki Nakamura (SEGA) *Track[19]
       Takayuki Nakamura & Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[30]
       Tatsuya Kouzaki (SEGA) *Track[01][02][37][39]
       Junko Shiratsu (SEGA) *Track[03]
       Tatsuya Kouzaki & Junko Shiratsu *Track[07]
       American Folk Song *Track[33]
Arranger : Takayuki Nakamura (SEGA) *Track[33][41]
       Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[08]~[10]
Porting : Tatsuya Kouzaki (SEGA) *Track[34]
      Junko Shiratsu (SEGA) *Track[35]
      Tatsuya Kouzaki & Junko Shiratsu (SEGA) *Track[04]~[06][08]~[33][36][38][40][41]


Disc 08


1996 SEGASATURN
For "SEGA AGES"
Out Run

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01]~[04]
Arranger : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01]~[04]
Additional Keyboard Solo : Hiro & Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[01]

2001 Dreamcast
For "ShenmueII"
Out Run

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[05]~[08]
Porting : Fumio Itoh (SEGA) *Track[05]~[08]

2001 i-mode -F503i-
For "SONIC CAFE"
Out Run

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[09]~[11]
Porting : Masaru Setsumaru (SEGA) *Track[09]~[11]

2003 GAME BOY ADVANCE
Overseas Edition
For "SEGA ARCADE GALLERY"
Out Run [THQ]

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[12]~[15]
Porting : Anthony Putson (Bits Studios) *Track[12]~[15]


Disc 09


2004 PlayStation 2
For "SEGA AGES 2500 Vol. 13"
Out Run [3D-AGES]

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01]~[04]
Arranger : Makoto Iida (SIMS) *Track[01]~[04]
Guitars : Kentaro Nakagoshi *Track[01]~[03]

2005 Xbox
OutRun2

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[05]~[07][13]
       Fumio Itoh (SEGA) *Track[08]~[12]
Arranger : Richard Jacques *Track[05]~[07][13]
       Fumio Itoh (SEGA) *Track[09][10]
       AM2 Sound Team (SEGA) *Track[08][11][12]
Guitars : Tomoya Koga (SEGA) *Track[08][11][12]


Disc 10


2006 PlayStation 2 / PlayStation Portable / Xbox / PC
Overseas Edition
OutRun 2006 Coast 2 Coast

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01][05][06]
       Yasuhiro Takagi (SEGA) *Track[03][04]
       Fumio Ito (SEGA) *Track[02]
Arranger : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01][05][06]
       Fumio Ito (SEGA) *Track[02]~[04]
Additional Keyboard Solo : Hiro & Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[01]
Guitars : Hidenori Shoji (SEGA) *Track[05]
Trumpets : Mitsuharu Fukuyama (SEGA) *Track[05]

2007 PlayStation 2
OutRun2 SP

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[07][08]
       Yasuhiro Takagi (SEGA) *Track[09]
       Jun Senoue (SEGA) *Track[10]
Arranger : Jun Senoue (SEGA) *Track[08]~[10]
       Mitsuhara Fukuyama (SEGA) *Track[07]
Piano Solo : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[07]
Bass : Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[07]
Guitars : Hidenori Shoji (SEGA) *Track[07]
Electric Piano : Mitsuhara Fukuyama (SEGA) *Track[07]
Guitars : Jun Senoue (SEGA) *Track[08]~[10]
Bass : Takeshi Taneda *Track[08]~[10]
Hammond : Yusuke Takahama *Track[09]
Original Drums : Ricky Wellman *Track[08]
         Hisanori Kumamuru *Track[09]
         Hiro Homma *Track[10]


Disc 11


EXTRA TRACKS

Composer : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01][03][04][07][11]~[17]
       Yasuhiro Takagi (SEGA) *Tracl[02][05][08][09]
       Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[06][10]
Lyrics : Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[13]
     Dai Takamura *Track[16]
Arranger : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01][03][16]
       Yasuhiro Takagi (SEGA) *Track[02]
       Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[04]~[10][13]
       Mitsuharu Fukuyama (SEGA) *Track[11]
       Takashi Nagasaka (SEGA) *Track[12]
       Kiminori Atsuta *Track[14]
       Richard Jacques *Track[15]
Porting : Hiro (SEGA) *Track[01][02]
      Kojiro Mikusa (ASPECT) *Track[03]
      Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[04]~[10]
      Mineshi Nagasaka (SEGA) *Track[12]
Vocal : Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (SEGA) *Track[13][16]
Trumpets : Mitsuhara Fukuyama (SEGA) *Track[13][16]
Piano : Kiminori Atsuta *Track[14]
Edit : Shigeharu Isoda (WAVE MASTER) *Track[17]


1st Print Bonus DVD

Out Run / Turbo Out Run
Strategy Movie & S.S.T. AND LIVE+1

Reproduction Staff Credit

Supervisor : Hiro (SEGA)

Producer : Takahiro Ishikawa

Co-Producer : Yoshihiro Ito (WAVE MASTER)

Director : Noubuyuki Minato (SEGA)

Coordinator : Mitsuaki Sugibayashi (SEGA DIRECT)

Product Manager : Naofumi Shioya (SEGA)

Menu & Jacket Design : Yoko Itami (DTJAPAN)

DVD Authoring : Akio Koshika (NSA)

Label Design : Nao Akimoto (DTJAPAN)

Copyright Administrator : Kazuo Koizumi (WAVE MASTER)

Executive Producer : Fumitaka Shibata (WAVE MASTER)

Special Thanks : Yu Suzuki (SEGA)
                          Satoshi Mifune (SEGA)
                          Tatsutoshi Mifune (SEGA)
                          Makoto Osaki (SEGA)
                          Tatsutoshi Narita (SEGA)
                          Hiroshi Kataoka (SEGA)
                          Masaru Setsumaru (SEGA)
                          Hideki Abe (SEGA)
                          Taku Sasahara (SEGA)
                          Koji Ueda (SEGA)
                          Yasushi Nagumo (SEGA)
                          Katsumi Baba (SEGA)
                          Daisuke Sekine (SEGA)
                          Toshiki Izawa (SEGA)
                          Junichiro Takahashi (SEGA)
                          Sawako Jinnai (SEGA)
                          Majoto Matsui (SEGA)
                          Tetsuya Takahashi (SEGA)
                          Yoshifumi Sekiguchi (SEGA)
                          Ryuji Namiki (SEGA)

Very Special Thanks : PONY CANYON INC.
                          Happinet Corporation

S.S.T.BAND : Micky (Guitar : Koichi Namiki)
                      Hiro (Keyboard : Hiro)
                      Harrier (Keyboard, Programming : Kimitaka Matsumae)
                      GALAXY (Guitar : Jouji Iijima)
                      BURNER (Bass : Shingo Komori)
                      THUNDER (Drums : Takehiko Tanabe)

Album was composed by CHAMY.Ishi / Fumio Itoh / Hiroyuki Kawada / Jun Senoue / Junko Shiratsu / Keisuke Tsukahara / Sachio Ogawa / Takayuki Nakamura / Takenobu Mitsuyoshi / Tatsuya Kouzaki / Yasuhiro Takagi and was released on February 8, 2007. Soundtrack consists of 207 tracks tracks with duration over more than 9 hours. Album was released by Wave Master.

CD 1

1
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
05:48
2
PASSING BREEZE
05:51
3
SPLASH WAVE
05:52
4
LAST WAVE
01:31
5
VIVACIOUS
01:42
6
Shake the Street
03:46
7
A Huge Pile of Parts
00:41
8
Rush a Difficulty
03:30
9
Who are You
04:54
10
Keep Your Heart
04:17
11
Checker Flag
01:25
12
Easy going
00:37

CD 2

1
Mega Driver
01:11
2
Pre Stage
01:36
3
Checker Point
00:08
4
Game Start
00:05
5
Magical Sound Shower (1993)
04:03
6
Passing Breeze (1993)
04:12
7
Splash Wave (1993)
03:34
8
Picture The Rivers
05:13
9
Blow Your Cool
03:54
10
Looking for the Rainbow
02:57
11
Speed King
04:42
12
Adventure
05:08
13
Sonic Control
03:35
14
Check Point
00:46
15
Grand Canyon
00:52
16
San Francisco
00:52
17
South America
00:54
18
Niagara Falls
01:35
19
Hawaii
00:36
20
Pacific Ocean Crossway Bridge
01:22
21
Spain
01:16
22
Atrantic Ocean Underwater Tunnel
01:59
23
Switzerland
01:20
24
China
00:44
25
Japan
01:00
26
Hong Kong
00:58
27
Egypt
00:45
28
Mediterranean Sea
01:10
29
France
01:29
30
Germany
01:35
31
Jingle Bells [Secret Track]
01:18
32
Final Stage
01:41
33
Dream Flying
00:49
34
Meaning of the Light - Game Over
01:06
35
Last Wave (1993)
04:01

CD 3

1
OPENING JINGLE
00:10
2
OPENING
00:51
3
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
05:26
4
PASSING BREEZE
05:42
5
SPLASH WAVE
05:52
6
RISKY RIDE
06:13
7
SHINY WORLD
06:15
8
NIGHT FLIGHT
05:56
9
LIFE WAS A BORE
05:49
10
ENDING-A
01:21
11
ENDING-B
00:59
12
ENDING-C
01:17
13
ENDING-D
01:27
14
ENDING-E
01:19
15
LAST WAVE
01:38

CD 4

1
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
04:25
2
PASSING BREEZE
04:45
3
SPLASH WAVE
06:01
4
LAST WAVE
01:11
5
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
04:23
6
PASSING BREEZE
04:45
7
SPLASH WAVE
06:00
8
LAST WAVE
01:11
9
VIVACIOUS
01:27
10
Shake the Street
01:55
11
A Huge Pile of Parts
00:42
12
Rush a Difficulty
02:35
13
Who are You
02:51
14
Keep Your Heart
02:11
15
Checker Flag
01:32
16
Easy going
01:31

CD 5

1
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
05:27
2
SHINING WIND [Original]
03:01
3
COLOR OCEAN [Original]
02:21
4
MIDNIGHT HIGHWAY [Original]
03:00
5
LAST WAVE
01:21
6
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
05:25
7
SHINING WIND [Original]
03:00
8
COLOR OCEAN [Original]
02:21
9
MIDNIGHT HIGHWAY [Original]
03:01
10
LAST WAVE
01:22
11
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
05:48
12
PASSING BREEZE
05:42
13
SPLASH WAVE
05:41
14
LAST WAVE
01:31
15
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
03:46
16
PASSING BREEZE
05:20
17
SPLASH WAVE
05:14
18
LAST WAVE
01:17

CD 6

1
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
05:15
2
PASSING BREEZE
05:26
3
SPLASH WAVE
05:46
4
STEP ON BEAT [Original]
04:34
5
LAST WAVE
01:41
6
Pit Stop (VIVACIOUS)
01:00
7
Main Theme (Shake the Street)
01:55
8
Norma's Theme (A Huge Pile of Parts)
00:40
9
Insanity (Rush a Difficulty)
02:09
10
Funky Run (Who are You)
01:38
11
Highway (Keep Your Heart)
02:22
12
Hairspray (Checker Flag)
01:25
13
Overture (Easy going)
00:35
14
Shine Country [Original]
01:01
15
Night Ride [Original]
01:39

CD 7

1
Title Screen [Original]
02:38
2
Car Select [Original]
00:51
3
Travel Seaward [Original]
03:05
4
Mega Driver
01:10
5
Pre Stage
01:47
6
Checker Point
00:07
7
Game Start [Original]
00:05
8
Magical Sound Shower (1993)
02:20
9
Passing Breeze (1993)
02:40
10
Splash Wave (1993)
03:29
11
Picture the Rivers
02:34
12
Blow Your Cool
02:06
13
Looking for the Rainbow
02:43
14
Speed King
02:36
15
Adventure
02:38
16
Sonic Control
02:38
17
Grand Canyon
00:45
18
San Francisco
00:53
19
South America
00:46
20
Niagara Falls
01:07
21
Hawaii
00:41
22
Pacific Ocean Crossway Bridge
01:22
23
Spain
01:17
24
Atrantic Ocean Underwater Tunnel
02:00
25
Switzerland
01:21
26
China
00:50
27
Japan
01:02
28
Hong Kong
00:57
29
Egypt
00:45
30
Mediterranean Sea
01:08
31
France
01:30
32
Germany
01:40
33
Jingle Bells [Secret Track]
01:19
34
Waiting Your Entry [Original] From Virtua Racing
01:04
35
Beginner Start [Original] From Virtua Racing
00:15
36
Final Stage
01:39
37
Goal [Original]
00:58
38
Dream Flying
00:49
39
Staff Roll [Original]
02:16
40
Meaning of the Light - Game Over
01:09
41
Last Wave (1993)
02:25

CD 8

1
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
06:29
2
PASSING BREEZE
07:55
3
SPLASH WAVE
07:02
4
LAST WAVE
05:41
5
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
05:30
6
PASSING BREEZE
05:44
7
SPLASH WAVE
05:54
8
LAST WAVE
01:35
9
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
01:11
10
PASSING BREEZE
01:24
11
SPLASH WAVE
01:07
12
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER
03:40
13
PASSING BREEZE
05:41
14
SPLASH WAVE
05:33
15
LAST WAVE
01:20

CD 9

1
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER Arrange Ver.
05:09
2
PASSING BREEZE Arrange Ver.
05:41
3
SPLASH WAVE Arrange Ver.
05:48
4
LAST WAVE Arrange Ver.
01:38
5
MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER Euro Remix
06:08
6
PASSING BREEZE Euro Remix
07:17
7
SPLASH WAVE Euro Remix
06:26
8
Risky Ride Guitar Mix
06:19
9
Shiny World Prototype
06:08
10
Night Flight Prototype
05:41
11
Night Flight Instrumental
05:41
12
Life was a bore Instrumentral
05:46
13
LAST WAVE Euro Remix
01:49

CD 10

1
Radiation
05:37
2
Night Bird
05:59
3
Shake the Street 2006 Arrange Ver.
05:49
4
Rush a Difficulty 2006 Arrange Ver.
06:01
5
Who are You 2006 Arrange Ver.
05:39
6
Keep Your Heart 2006 Arrange Ver.
05:51
7
PASSING BREEZE [H.] Arrange Ver.
05:40
8
SPLASH WAVE J Arrange Ver.
06:26
9
Rush a Difficulty J Arrange Ver.
06:02
10
Lift You Up!
05:58

CD 11

1
1991 MEGA DRIVE RENT A HERO Jingle [MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER]
00:24
2
1991 MEGA DRIVE RENT A HERO Jingle [RUSH A DIFFICULTY]
00:16
3
2000 Dreamcast RENT A HERO No. 1 Jingle [MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER]
00:22
4
1994 Arcade DAYTONA USA Jingle [MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER]
00:06
5
1994 Arcade DAYTONA USA Jingle [RUSH A DIFFICULTY]
00:07
6
1994 Arcade DAYTONA USA Jingle [Adventure]
00:08
7
1995 SEGASATURN DAYTONA USA Jingle [MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER]
00:07
8
1995 SEGASATURN DAYTONA USA Jingle [VIVACIOUS]
00:13
9
1995 SEGASATURN DAYTONA USA Jingle [RUSH A DIFFICULTY]
00:07
10
1995 SEGASATURN DAYTONA USA Jingle [Adventure]
00:10
11
2000 Arcade CRACKIN'DJ ~ 2001 CRACKIN'DJ PART 2 [Out Run]
02:34
12
2006 Arcade Virtua Striker 4 Ver.2006 Supporters Song [MAGICAL SOUND SHOWER]
01:10
13
Magical Sound Shower [H.] Version - For "CRACKIN'DJ PART 2 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK"
03:28
14
Passing Breeze For "SEGA PIANO NOCTURNE"
05:18
15
SPLASH WAVE Remix - For "SERVICE GAMES 01"
06:57
16
LAST WAVE [H.] Vocal Version - For "OutRun2 Sound Tracks -SIDE B-"
05:30
17
Last wave with...
01:32
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