Tokimeki Memorial ~forever with you~ Original Game Soundtrack 2

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Tokimeki Memorial ~forever with you~ Original Game Soundtrack 2
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Composed by Kazuhiro Senoo / Konami Kukeiha Club / Mikio Saito / Rie Miyajima / Seiya Murai / Yurica Nagasawa
Arranged by Kazuo Doi / Konami Kukeiha Club / Mikio Saito / Motoaki Furukawa / Sei Yamashita / Shinya Naito
Published by Konami
Catalog number KICA-7734~6
Release type Game Soundtrack - Official Release
Format 3 CD - 172 tracks
Release date December 21, 1996
Duration 03:06:12
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Overview

I honestly don't know how to begin describing this soundtrack. I guess I could start off by saying that it sounds like the musical geniuses at Konami, who had spent much of their time writing music for old-school shooters and platformers, tried their hands at creating the soundtrack for a dating simulator and wound up composing one of the most entertaining soundtracks of all time. That would cover things pretty nicely, but there's so much more to it than that.

A better way of starting this review off would be to put both the game and the soundtrack that accompanies it into context. When Tokimeki Memorial (the game) came out in Japan, it was the game that can be traced back to the popularity explosion of dating simulators that started showing up in the mid to late nineties. In some cases, it's not hard to see why this game was able to trigger such a reaction... Despite consisting of still images with blinking eyes and moving mouths, the characters are very likeable and the game contains a nice amount of depth (even for someone like myself, who understands Japanese well below what a native Japanese pre-schooler would). It goes without saying that it is one of the most popular and recognizable franchises in the world of Japanese videogames, with poster-girl Shiori Fujisaki's face plastered on everything from T-shirts to CDs. As far as the popularity of the music, I could just say that there have been a ton of CDs that have come out which contain mostly excellent arrangements of the music, but instead, it might be better to show you. Scroll down to where it says Tokimeki Memorial on the left and click on it. Viewing the discography, scroll down and count the number of CDs that are associated with Tokimeki Memorial (just the first game, not the second or the third in the series).

Back yet? That's nowhere near all of them, but just about all of the major ones are covered here (many of the other ones are just drama albums). The scary part is, there is not one on this list that I would even come close to calling bad, bland, or uninspired. Rather, it's quite the opposite: The four Tokimeki Memorial Sound Collections are among my most treasured game music arranged albums (they would be my absolute favorites if it wasn't for those pesky Ys IV Perfect Collections and the King of Fighters Arranged Albums) and all of the Vocal Collections manage to throw out song after song and remain interesting, something I find that doesn't happen with a lot of Japanese vocal collections. Even the MIDI Collections, which remain a little too faithful to the original versions of the songs, offer enough that I find myself playing them quite a bit. My point? Well, when games get arrangement-happy, there's often enough substance in the original music to warrant additional takes on it. In that regard, Tokimeki Memorial Forever With you Original Soundtrack 2 manages to pull triple duty: It fits the game it accompanies perfectly, it sparkles as a stand-alone release, and serves as the perfect backbone for all of the various arranged albums that are based off of it.

As I said before, the style is very reminiscent of the old-school style of music that the Konami composers are known for. Most of the 172 tracks here are loaded with memorable, hummable melodies that eat their way into your head. On the same hand, these tracks manage to portray the perfect atmosphere for their accompanying scenes or characters. The soundtrack manages to be fun and entertaining, without feeling the need to achieve, say, a Final Fantasy VIII level of overall sappiness. Many of the tracks may seem to go by very quickly, a good number clocking in at about a minute with being looped, but that is simply because the game goes by at that pace. It's hard to fault the music for something like that.

What I am most impressed by is that there is practically no attempt at realism here. Outside of a handful of vocals, everything has a distinct artificial sound that can best be described as pleasing to the ear. I'm not aware of any differences between the Saturn and PlayStation versions of the music, but I've spent enough time with the Saturn version of the game to know at least it's the one that's on here. You may be wondering why there are two soundtracks for Tokimeki Memorial. The first one was released about a year before this one and I believe it contains either the Super Famicom or the PC Engine version of the score (I can't tell from listening to it). Trust me, this second soundtrack is the one you want. It has more tracks, the artwork and linear notes are much nicer, and the synth is much more pleasing to the ear (the first soundtrack always gives me a nasty headache when I listen to it).

Body

The first disc is definitely the meatiest, as it covers the most important tracks of the game — the character themes and the music for the actual date spots. Both of these types range from fast and upbeat to slow and peaceful, depending on the girl or date spot. For example, Yuko Asahina and Yumi Saotome (two of the more energetic characters in the game) both have upbeat, fun themes, while ones like Mio Kisaragi's and Shiori's are slower and much dreamier. The only one that really falls outside of this categorization would probably be Yuna Himoo's theme; it's much more fitting for her mad scientist personality. Rei's theme and Yoshio Saotome's themes are here as well — Yoshio has a cool rock piece and Rei's theme has that touch of overblown royalty that fits his character so well. The date spot themes follow this exact pattern as well, depending on the location. For example, the park, the aquarium and the library are dripping with slow nostalgia, while others like the beach, the pro wrestling event and the karaoke event are loud and exciting. Also, during one of the scenes at the karaoke booth, one of the girls (Ayako Katagiri) actually sings the short version of "Don't Carry Love Too Far" in-game. This is included here as well. The full version is on Tokimeki Memorial Vocal Collection 2. Honestly, it's one of my more favorite vocals that have come from the series. Overall, it's this diversity that keeps the soundtrack (and the game) interesting.

The second disc contains the seven seasonal themes, then the rest is filled with various event themes that happen sparatically throughout the game (many of which I've never even come across when playing, which should tell you how many different events the game can throw at you). I'll say exactly what I said about the first disc. The music is very catchy and is incredibly diverse in fitting whatever the scenes call for. Of the event themes, my favorites are the ones for the athletic meet and the ones for the field trips. Some of the other event themes do start to drag a bit, but they're not offensive enough to warrant skipping (mostly because they're so short). If you're a fan of Parodius, a couple of these themes actually arrange classical (or at least familiar) music in the same style — The Folk Dance is the same tracks as the A-type music in the Game Boy version of Tetris and the brass band events have fun with the first level of Gradius and Ride of the Valkyries. The season themes are the ones you're stuck listening to throughout the menu portions of the game (which makes up a good portion of the non-dating sequences), so a good bit of effort went into them. Even hearing them for a good portion of the game, I never get tired of them.

The third disc wraps everything up, though it's probably the most awkwardly put together disc in the set. It opens with a series of karaoke versions of songs from the game (just the short versions — I believe they're used in the karaoke box date spot when your character sings). Afterward, there's a short series of pieces that represent the hilarious old-school Final Fantasy-style battles in the game (you have to see them to completely understand the take-off). These tunes remind me of the main boss battle from Final Fantasy VI more than anything.

Afterward come the closing tracks, including the classic vocal "Futari no Toki" and the short version of the classic, yet depressing bad ending theme, "Poem of the Effeminate Losers". If you're going to label a dating simulator with more of a sappy stereotype, these were the tracks you were thinking of. They're not bad at all (especially the vocals), but they fit right into that stereotype, so don't expect too many surprises. From there, the selections get even stranger. You get the music from the Time Attack mode in the Twinbee game at the video arcade dating spot (which I believe is lifted from Detana! Twinbee, but I'm not 100% sure) and then a couple of dance tracks, which I have never encountered inside the game. Finally, as bonus tracks, two vocals from the fourth vocal collection are present. One is done with just Shiori's seiyuu and the other is more of a full group effort. These, combined with the other vocals on the rest of the album, should give a good sampling of the vocal collections.

Looking back, the only drawbacks I have with this album come from the fact that it's too much of an original soundtrack for its own good. Track lengths can end up being a concern for some; most of the really important themes (the character themes, the seasonal themes, the ending themes, and about half of the date spot themes) get two full playthroughs, but just about everything else goes for about one, then fades mid-way through. It's not quite as offensive as the soundtracks Motoi Sakuraba ends up doing work on, because it feels like there is some effort to extend the tracks, but CDs can only hold so much music and there's only three discs for all 172 tracks... The other drawback is that at some points, the tracks start to drag a little bit (mostly in a couple spots on Disc Two). Oh well, other soundtracks are much more offensive in this respect, so it's not that glaring of a flaw. The producers must have seen this as well, because all of the "dragging" tracks end very quickly. As you can see from the score I gave it, these flaws didn't affect my opinion too much.

Summary

I recommend this soundtrack very highly. If nothing else, it has the ultimate mark of a great soundtrack. Even though it seems like it has an overwhelming amount of music, it's sad when it comes to a close. If you're choosing to avoid it simply because it's the soundtrack to a dating simulator... well, you're going to miss out on one of the best Konami soundtracks, plain and simple. Although I recommend playing the game if you have the chance, this may not be possible for some (due to Konami's lame decision not to release it outside of Japan). Honestly, you shouldn't have to in order to fully appreciate the music. If you're more of an old-school gamer like I am or if you're just looking for something fun that is as good at presenting classic melodies and atmosphere at the same time, you should walk away satisfied. Just be sure to look into the Sound Collections if you like the style. Like most Tokimeki Memorial CDs, this is relatively easy to find. Anime Jungle and Yahoo Japan often sell this at around $20 or so used and I've seen them on eBay as well for around the same price.



Album
10/10

Music in game
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Game
0/10

Andy Byus

DISC1

01~02: OPENING (オープニング)
03~04: PROLOGUE (プロローグ)
05~18: CHARACTERS (人物)
19~23: DATE (デート)
24~31: /AMUSEMENT PARK MEDLEY/ (遊園地メドレー)
32~39: /TEMPLE FESTIVAL MEDLEY/ (縁日メドレー)
40~43: /SHOPPING MEDLEY/ (ショッピングメドレー)
44~48: /STADIUM MEDLEY/ (スタジアムメドレー)
49~50: /KARAOKE MEDLEY/ (カラオケメドレー)
51~58: /LIBRARY MEDLEY/ (図書館メドレー)

DISC2

01~07: SEASONS (季節)
08~17: CLUB ACTIVITIES (クラブ活動)
18~23: FINAL EXAMS (定期テスト)
24~29: /SUMMER CAMP MEDLEY/ (夏合宿メドレー)
30~39: ATHLETIC MEET MEDLEY (体育祭メドレー)
40~42: /CULTURE FESTIVAL MEDLEY/ (文化祭メドレー)
43~45: /SAMURAI KINTAROU MEDLEY/ ( 金太郎侍メドレー)
46~48: /CULTMAN'S MEDLEY/ (カルトマンメドレー)
49~51: /ROMEO AND JULIET/ ( ロメオとジュリエッタ)
52~54: /WIND EMSEMBLE/ (吹奏楽部)
55~56: /HOKKAIDO TRIP MEDLEY/ (北海道旅行メドレー)
57~58: /OKINAWA TRIP MEDLEY/ (沖縄旅行メドレー)
59~61: /KYOTONARA TRIP MEDLEY/ (京都・奈良旅行メドレー)
62~65: SPECIAL DAYS (特別な日)
66~71: /CHRISTMAS MEDLEY/ (クリスマスメドレー)
72~76: /NEW YEAR'S MEDLEY/ (正月メドレー)

DISC3

01~06: KARAOKE (カラオケ)
07~11: /BATTLE MEDLEY/ (戦闘メドレー)
12~13: EPILOGUE (エピローグ)
14~18: ENDING (エンディング)
19~29: TWINBEE TIME ATTACK (ツインビータイムアタック)
30~36: SIZE (サイス)
37~38: BONUS (おまけ)


BGM composed & arranged by Konami Kukeiha Club


-------------------------------SONGS-------------------------------

[Disc 1, 2] "Tokimeki"
Lyrics by SANOPPI
Composed, Arranged & Performed by Metal Yuki (めたるゆーき)
Guitar: Motoaki Furukawa (古川もとあき)
Chorus: Junko Hirotani (広谷順子) & Yasuhiro Kido (木戸やすひろ)
Vocals by Mami Kingetsu (金月真美)

[Disc 1, 50] "Don't Carry Love Too Far"
Lyrics by Masanori Oouchi (大内正徳)
Composed by Kazuhiro Senoo (シタール妹尾)
Arranged, Performed & Guitar by Motoaki Furukawa (古川もとあき)
Chorus: Junko Hirotani (広谷順子) & Yasuhiro Kido (木戸やすひろ)
Vocals by Masayo Kawaguchi (川口雅代)

[Disc 3, 14] "When We're Together"
Lyrics by Tokimeki Verse Committee (ときめき作詩実行委員会)
Composed by Metal Yuki (めたるゆーき)
Arranged by Kazuo Doi (土井一雄)
Chorus: Junko Hirotani (広谷順子) & Satoko Shimonari (下成佐登子)
Vocals by Mami Kingetsu (金月真美)

[Disc 3, 15] "Poem of the Effeminate Losers"
Lyrics by IGA
Composed, Arranged & Performed by Metal Yuki (めたるゆーき)
Vocals & Chorus by Yuuji Ueda (上田祐司)

[Disc 3, 17] "Let Us Move More"
Composed & Lyrics by Yurica Nagasawa (長沢ゆりか)
Arranged by Motoyoshi Iwasaki (岩崎元是)
Chorus: Junko Hirotani (広谷順子), Yasuhiro Kido (木戸やすひろ), Motoyoshi Iwasaki (岩崎元是)
Vocals by Mami Kingetsu (金月真美)

[Disc 3, 37] "Jagged Shards"
Lyrics by Sayurin
Composed by M Rie
Arranged & Performed by Shinya Naito (内藤慎也)
Guitar: Masaki Matsubara (松原正樹)
Saxophone: Yoshinari Takegami (竹上良成)
Chorus: Milk (Ritsuko Miyajima [宮島律子], Rie[理絵])
Vocals by Mami Kingetsu (金月真美)

[Disc 3, 38] "Starting Line of the Heart ~with you~"
Lyrics by Kiyomi Kumano (くまのきよみ)
Composed by Seiya Murai (村井聖夜)
Arranged & Performed by Sei Yamashita (山下正)
Guitar: Takehiko Tachiyama (立山健彦)
Chorus: Junko Hirotani (広谷順子) & Yasuhiro Kido (木戸やすひろ)
Vocals: Tokimeki All Stars (ときめきオールスターズ)
Album was composed by Kazuhiro Senoo / Konami Kukeiha Club / Mikio Saito / Rie Miyajima / Seiya Murai / Yurica Nagasawa and was released on December 21, 1996. Soundtrack consists of 172 tracks tracks with duration over more than 3 hours. Album was released by Konami.

CD 1

1
Beneath the Legendary Tree... ~Shiori Monologue~
01:20
2
Tokimeki ~Opening Demo~
01:22
3
Meeting ~Personality Entry~
01:18
4
School Entrance ~Prologue Demo~
01:45
5
Just a Few Memories... ~Shiori Fujisaki's Theme~
02:13
6
A Sonata for You ~Mio Kisaragi's Theme~
01:00
7
More Than Anyone Else in the World ~Yuna Himoo's Theme~
01:03
8
Boy Friends ~Ayako Katagiri's Theme~
01:10
9
Teenage ~Saki Nijino's Theme~
01:11
10
Small Island in a Basket ~Yukari Koshiki's Theme~
01:10
11
I Want to Gaze at You ~Nozomi Kiyokawa's Theme~
01:14
12
Temptation in Your Eyes ~Mira Kagami's Theme~
01:43
13
Jumping Smile ~Yuuko Asahina's Theme~
01:36
14
That Shop on the Way to School ~Megumi Mikihara's Theme~
01:17
15
Aim! For the Goal of Love! ~umi Saotome's Theme~
01:43
16
Goodnight, Love ~Miharu Tatebayashi's Theme~
01:06
17
High Class Pedigree ~Rei Ijuuin's Theme~
01:14
18
Omakase Network ~Yoshio Saotome's Theme~
01:41
19
Neighborhood ~Neighborhood~
01:07
20
Central Park ~Central Park~
01:14
21
Zoo ~Zoo~
01:15
22
Arboretum ~Arboretum~
01:29
23
Aquarium ~Aquarium~
01:06
24
Amusement Park ~Waiting at the Amusement Park~
01:07
25
A Place to Just Gaze at You ~Ferris Wheel~
01:02
26
Nightmare Seduction ~Ghost House~
00:04
27
Banquet of the Ghosts ~Ghost House~
01:13
28
On the Verge of Fainting ~Scream Machine Bibeel~
00:40
29
Fight, Hero! ~Hero Show~
01:05
30
Welcome to Virtual World ~Virtual Ship~
00:09
31
A Summer Day's Illumination ~Night Parade~
01:07
32
Temple Festival ~Waiting at the Temple Festival~
00:51
33
Leave the Ningyosukui To Me! ~Ningyosukui (Gold Fish Rescue)~
00:54
34
Gunman at the Shrine ~Target Practice~
00:49
35
Failure ~Game Failure~
00:05
36
Success ~Game Success~
00:08
37
Rising Dragon, Chaotic Transition ~Fireworks~
01:05
38
Pool ~Pool~
00:51
39
Ocean ~Ocean~
00:43
40
Shopping ~Shopping~
00:52
41
Fashion Shop ~Fashion Shop~
00:42
42
Boutique ~Boutique~
01:07
43
Junk Shop ~Junk Shop~
00:56
44
Stadium ~Waiting at the Stadium~
00:53
45
Smash a Home Run! ~Baseball Match~
00:45
46
Burning Gong ~Pro Wrestling Match~
00:55
47
Bowling ~Bowling~
00:46
48
Game Center ~Game Center~
00:46
49
Karaoke ~Karaoke Box~
00:59
50
Don't Carry Love Too Far ~Ayako Passionate Song~
01:43
51
Library ~Library~
00:48
52
Cunning Tactics ~Yuuko Cheats~
00:58
53
Movie Theater ~Movie Theater~
02:24
54
Art Gallery ~Art Gallery~
00:46
55
Planetarium ~Planetarium~
01:29
56
Concert Hall ~Concert Appointment~
00:28
57
Skating ~Skating~
00:47
58
Skiing ~Skiing~
01:01

CD 2

1
Bloom ~Spring~
01:24
2
A Brief Vacation ~Spring Break~
01:54
3
Your Short Sleeves ~Summer~
01:24
4
Fun! Fun! Summer Vacation ~Summer Vacation~
01:16
5
Footsteps on Dry Leaves ~Autumn~
01:57
6
White Breath ~Winter~
01:37
7
An Orange at the Kotatsu ~Winter Break~
01:44
8
Easy Victory! Practice Match ~Practice Match~
00:43
9
Defeat ~Lost the Match~
00:05
10
Victory ~Won the Match~
00:06
11
The Best Days of Our Youth ~Baseball Team Nationals~
00:39
12
Aim for the Top! Pro Soccer ~Soccer Team National Match~
00:43
13
Like a Dolphon ~Swimming Inter-High School Competition~
01:08
14
Bam! Slam Dunk ~Basketball Inter-High School Competition~
00:59
15
Brand New Tennis Shoes ~Tennis Inter-High School Competition~
00:48
16
Could I Be a Genius?! ~Cultural Knowledge Contest Easy Victory~
00:36
17
Chou - Ore-sama EX ~Club Secret Technique Acquisition~
00:32
18
During the Final Exam ~Exam Period~
00:36
19
Results Announcement ~Test Results Announced~
00:05
20
Low Ranking ~Low Ranking~
00:13
21
Time for Some Tutoring ~Tutoring Decision~
00:04
22
High Ranking ~Test High Ranking~
00:07
23
The Best Rank! ~Highest Rank~
00:07
24
Under One Roof with Her ~Meeting at a Summer Camp~
01:13
25
Heartbeat in the Darkness ~Test of Confidence~
00:34
26
Straight for the Stomach ~Food Poisoning Outbreak~
00:35
27
C'mon, Just for a Second ~Peeking in the Bath~
00:50
28
A Tempting Thing ~Men's Bath~
00:04
29
Easy on the Eyes... ~Women's Bath~
00:04
30
Kushisko Spot (Nekke) ~Athletic Meet~
00:48
31
Heaven and Hell (Offenbach) ~100 Meter Race~
01:02
32
Find that Kid! ~Relay Race~
01:21
33
Wobbly Egg ~Spoon Relay~
01:15
34
Defeat ~Event Lost~
00:05
35
Victory ~Event Won~
00:08
36
Special Training Behind the School Building ~Three-Legged Race~
00:54
37
Breathing in Sync -~Three-Legged Race~
01:13
38
Encircled by Flowers ~Meeting in the Flowerbed Beneath the Moon~
01:21
39
Korobuchaka (Russian Folk Song) ~Folk Dance~
01:13
40
Culture Festival ~Culture Festival~
01:01
41
Experimental Show of the Century ~Experimental Show~
00:39
42
A Computer Fortunetelling with Her ~Computer Fortunetelling~
00:43
43
Even the Spirits are Evil ~Clandestine Meeting of the Evil Governors~
00:40
44
The Young Girl's Crisis ~The Young Girl's Crisis~
00:20
45
Samurai Kintarou Will Cut Them Down! ~Samurai Kintarou's Theme~
01:04
46
Nazora's Ambition ~Nazora's Theme~
00:40
47
Nazora Dancing ~Nazora Vs. Cultman~
00:47
48
Go For It, Cultman! ~Cultman's Theme~
01:33
49
Rendezvous ~Second Act Rendezvous~
00:48
50
Juliet's Death ~Fifth Act Juliet's Death~
00:48
51
Romeo's Last Moment ~Fifth Act Romeo's Last Moment~
00:40
52
Suite from Gradius "First Stage" ~Wind Band First Year~
00:39
53
Prelude "Distant Chalmera" ~Wind Band Second Year~
00:49
54
Ride of the Valkyries (Wagner) ~Wind Band Third Year~
00:45
55
Lilac Hill ~Hokkaido Trip~
01:56
56
Mystery Zone ~una's UFO Encounter~
00:48
57
Song of the Southern Islands ~Okinawa~
01:21
58
What are You Talkin'? ~Ayako Loses the Path~
01:01
59
Old City ~Kyontonara~
01:33
60
A Rosy-Colored Girl Coming from the Bath ~Yukari Comes Out of the Bath~
00:44
61
Kind of Lucky ~Saki Goes to Bed with a Cold~
00:43
62
Happy Birthday! ~Birthday~
01:13
63
Shiori's Room ~Two People Have a Birthday in Shiori's Room~
01:46
64
I Love Chocolate ~Valentine's Day~
00:57
65
The Tactical Art of Love ~White Day~
01:02
66
A Visit to the Ijuuin Family ~At the Ijuuin's (Toi Theme)~
00:48
67
Welcome to the Christmas Party! ~Ijuuin Christmas Party~
01:02
68
A Girl and a Kitten ~Discover a Kitten, and Love~
01:05
69
Warming My Chilled Body ~Mira Borrow's Your Coat~
01:12
70
White Christmas ~Shiori, White Christmas~
01:18
71
All Alone on Christmas ~Lonely Christmas~
01:02
72
Prayers Fulfilled ~Prayer~
00:04
73
Open the Curtains for a New Year ~New Year's~
01:08
74
My Good Luck Find Me! ~Horoscope~
00:49
75
Snowplow Naughty Girl ~Graceful Snow Battle~
01:04
76
I Want to Take a Walk With You ~Last Date With Miharu~
01:28

CD 3

1
Tokimeki
01:23
2
Poem of the Effeminate Losers
01:46
3
When We're Together
01:09
4
Don't Carry Love Too Far
02:17
5
Fifnel's Space Suit
01:42
6
Let Us Love More
01:49
7
What is That?! ~Enemy Encounter~
00:04
8
You're Gonna Feel Some Pain ~Battle with Zako~
00:55
9
Battle ~Battle Victory~
00:05
10
I Am the Number One! ~Battle with the Chief~
01:04
11
Chief ~Chief Defeat Jingle~
00:08
12
Confession ~Confession~
02:20
13
Reminiscence ~Reminiscence~
01:59
14
When We're Together ~Happy Ending~
03:15
15
Poem of the Effeminate Losers ~Bad Ending~
01:49
16
Poem of the Effeminate Losers (Harmonica Version) ~Kouyuu's Got Your Girl Bad~
01:48
17
Let Us Move More ~A Confession from the Self Happy Ending~
01:41
18
Album of Memories
03:10
19
Title BGM
00:26
20
Stage BGM
01:59
21
1 Stage Donguri Tribe Boss
01:07
22
2 Stage Windmill Boss
00:52
23
3 Stage Airship Boss
00:56
24
Brain Bug Boss
00:56
25
Stage Clear
00:08
26
All Stage Clear
00:09
27
Game Over
00:07
28
Ranking BGM
00:40
29
Ranking in the Top Three
00:56
30
Psyth (Sophia Mix)
02:02
31
Nature->ture->ture (Dev-303mix)
02:33
32
Digitalwave dance
00:47
33
Rush
02:11
34
Cosmic Rain
00:53
35
Psyth (reply)
00:21
36
Planet
01:22
37
Jagged Shards
04:48
38
Starting Line of the Heart ~with you~
04:53
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