Fantavision Original Soundtrack

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Album name: Fantavision Original Soundtrack
Number of Files: 14
Total Filesize: 76 MB
Date added: Oct 14th, 2007

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  # Song Name MP3  
 
1. FANTAVISION 1:03 1.88 MB get_app
 
2. SOUTHISLAND 4:40 8.40 MB get_app
 
3. SUBSPACE 4:41 8.46 MB get_app
 
4. MOONY 4:12 7.53 MB get_app
 
5. INFINITY 4:14 7.60 MB get_app
 
6. STARMINE 4:12 7.37 MB get_app
 
7. EXPOSITOR 4:32 7.37 MB get_app
 
8. COMFORT 0:54 1.38 MB get_app
 
9. INTEGRAL 0:45 1.11 MB get_app
 
10. INTEGRAL (ORGAN) 1:05 1.86 MB get_app
 
11. SOUTHISLAND (CONTRARY) 4:01 6.89 MB get_app
 
12. INFINITY (PRIMARY) 3:22 5.90 MB get_app
 
13. MOONY (ELEMENTARY) 3:46 6.93 MB get_app
 
14. FANTAVISION (REPRISE) 2:08 3.70 MB get_app

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01:12 Apr 25th, 2020Offline

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This is the same as Futarino, the japanese version. I would have thought it would at least have songs from the American version, which is, in my opinion, the best of the three (between the EU, JP, and US versions.) But still, I guess if it's remade for qualtiy purposes, then it's okay, but that's it.

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01:13 Apr 25th, 2020Offline

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How dare you, guest! You dare dis my man, Soichi Terada? That guy did the Japanese Fantavision, as well as the sound track to Ape Escape and Ape Escape 3. It'd be best if you apologized by giving me everything you own.

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Guest Reviewer

01:14 Apr 25th, 2020Offline

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Oh, both of you...

Even though in my opinion the Japanese version comes as first (Terada was quite groovy in this one) you should give some good appreciation for the European version, which had some nice tracks as well.

Unfort unately, out of the three, the European version is the harder one to find. Man, how come we after a more than a decade there are not even rips of that soundtrack available is beyond me.

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01:15 Apr 25th, 2020Offline

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i could vogue all night i love this soundtrack its a mixture of jazz and electronica it should be called Jazz-Tronica!!! !

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