NEW Disney/Squaresoft Soundtrack out!


The Soundtrack is from the videogame that will be released for PlayStation 2. The game was released March 28 for Japan. It will be released in Q3 of 2002 for the US. It's a great soundtrack, I have it.

Kingdom Hearts Original Soundtrack

Catalogue Number: TOCT-24768
Publisher: Toshiba EMI
First Printing: March 27, 2002
Discs in total: 2

Disc 1
01 Dearly Beloved
02 Hikari -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version-
03 Hikari -PLANITb Remix- (Short Edit)
04 Dive into the Heart -Destati-
05 Destiny Islands
06 Bustin' Up on the Beach
07 Mickey Mouse Club March
08 Treasured Memories
09 Strange Whispers
10 Kairi I
11 It Began with a Letter
12 A Walk in Andante
13 Night of Fate
14 Destiny's Force
15 Where Is This
16 Traverse Town
17 The Heartless Has Come
18 Shrouding Dark Cloud
19 Blast Away! -Gummi Ship I-
20 Tricksy Clock
21 Welcome to Wonderland
22 To Our Surprise
23 Turning the Key
24 Olympus Coliseum
25 Road to a Hero
26 Go for It!
27 No Time to Think
28 Deep Jungle
29 Having a Wild Time
30 Holy Bananas!
31 Squirming Evil
32 Hand in Hand
33 Kairi II
34 Merlin's Magical House
35 Winnie the Pooh
36 Bounce-o-rama
37 Just an Itty Bitty Too Much
38 Once Upon a Time
39 Shipmeisters' Humoresque
40 Precious Stars in the Sky
41 Blast Away! -Gummi Ship II-

Disc 2
01 A Day in Agrabah
02 Arabian Dream
03 Villains of a Sort
04 A Very Small Wish
05 Monstrous Monstro
06 Friends in My Heart
07 Under the Sea
08 An Adventure in Atlantica
09 A Piece of Peace
10 An Intense Situation
11 The Deep End
12 This is Halloween
13 Spooks of Halloween Town
14 Oopsy-Daisy
15 Captain Hook's Pirate Ship
16 Pirate's Gigue
17 Never Land Sky
18 Kairi III
19 Blast Away! -Gummi Ship III-
20 Hollow Bastion
21 Scherzo di notte
22 Forze del male
23 HIKARI -KINGDOM HEARTS Instrumental Version-
24 Miracle
25 End of the World
26 Fragments of Sorrow
27 Guardando nel buio
28 Beyond the Door
29 Always on My Mind
30 Hikari
31 March Caprice for Piano and Orchestra
32 Hand in Hand -Reprise-
33 Dearly Beloved -Reprise-
34 Having a Wild Time -Previous Version-
35 Destati
 
Basically, its a RPG and it will take over 50 hours to beat the game.

As the story begins, you control a character named Sora. Donald Duck and Goofy will also be alongside you in hopes to rescue your friends, Kairi and Riku. Besides the Goof and the Duck, there will be acclaimed appearances from many other well known Disney characters. There?s also a newly created band of villains called the Heartless. These enemies can steal the souls of others and then transform into their shape. However, Goofy and Donald can also mimic the shapes of others to help them proceed throughout the levels.

Speaking of levels, they are all Disney based. So you will recognize the settings as soon as you start them with themes including: Aladdin, Pinocchio, and Tarzan.
 

Alex K

Member
Speaking of Game soundtracks, is there any list/compilation of Disney PC
games that are known to have worthwhile audio tracks on the CD? I remember
the free Atlantis game demo CD had some music tracks on it. Or maybe this
isn't too common on Disney games.
 

Gurgitoy2

Active Member
Alex,

One good one is "Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour". It's a car racing game through the different rides and attractions at WDW, and there are authentic park tracks for each one. The game is fun and if you've ever played "Mario Kart" you know what to expect.

Also, two more titles I can think of are "The D-Show", and "Walt Disney World Explorer".

Ben C.
 

Alex K

Member
Alex,

One good one is "Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour". It's a car racing game through the different rides and attractions at WDW, and there are authentic park tracks for each one. The game is fun and if you've ever played "Mario Kart" you know what to expect.

Also, two more titles I can think of are "The D-Show", and "Walt Disney World Explorer".

Ben C.
Ben,
Thanks for reminding me about "The D-Show", it's been about two years since I last played it with the kids. When Sam's Club was clearing it out for about $5 each I remember buying a stack and giving away a bunch. I must have at least a couple of sealed copies in my "archive" ;)

Just dug an open copy out of the kids CD tower now and played that wonderful introduction video. I was hoping to see some video or audio extractable files on the CD but there is nothing I recognize. Oh well. WDW Explorer is nicer because it's got all the audio as exposed WAV files.

I know they've got the Magical Racing Tour. I guess I just didn't pay attention as they played it. Can't see it in the tower so I'll probably ask them where it is tomorrow.
Thanks again
 

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