Way of the Samurai

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Album name: Way of the Samurai
Number of Files: 12
Total Filesize: 27.49 MB
Date added: Nov 25th, 2006

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  Track Song Name MP3
1. way of the samurai - this shore (opening​theme) 2:13 2.04 MB
2. way of the samurai - this everlasting​wind (morning theme 2:22 2.17 MB
3. way of the samurai - dream of prosperity​(kurou theme).mp 2:15 2.06 MB
4. way of the samurai - the end of drifting​(akadama theme).... 2:43 2.49 MB
5. way of the samurai - conspiring (night​theme) 2:20 2.13 MB
6. way of the samurai - final fight against​tamagawa 2:13 2.03 MB
7. way of the samurai - normal fighting​theme 2:57 2.70 MB
8. way of the samurai - emotional event​(kintaro) 1:38 1.50 MB
9. way of the samurai - pressing matters​(sinister theme).mp 2:22 2.17 MB
10. way of the samurai - brutal heart​(government army theme) 2:26 2.23 MB
11. way of the samurai - afterglow (evening​theme) 2:56 2.69 MB
12. way of the samurai - righteous soul​(ending credits) 3:36 3.30 MB


Submitted by Guest
Rating: 9/10

My only complaint about this album is that most of the songs are too short (like my fav., "Brutal Heat").

Submitted by Guest
Rating: 8/10

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Submitted by Guest
Rating: 8/10

I Have all Three Albums. This being the first. It has a special place in my heart cause I have so many memories from playing the game and hearing the music.

The songs do a great job of putting into the time period of Edo Japan during its early stages of change.

Some songs are a up tempo but never seem out of place for the situation in which it is used during the game.

Not the greatest soundtrack on the planet and it does have a short track list for a video game. However Quality over quantity always wins in my book and this album nails the quality of the time period.

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