Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Rockman 10 Soundtrack On Sale Now (Updated)

The official Rockman 10 soundtrack went on sale today in Japan, and import shops like CDJapan have already begun shipping it out to those who pre-orded.

The soundtrack consists of 46 tracks, and will come packed with a 12 page full color booklet jammed pack with commentary from the game's developers and composers. E-Capcom customers who purchased the soundtrack will also be getting an exclusive Inti Bonus Disc CD, which contains an arranged version of Rockman 10’s title theme, a chip-tune remix of Nitro Man's stage, and a "non stop remix" of Rockman 9's RobotMaster stage themes.

Update: See the complete tracklisting after the break...



Courtesy of Dark Messiah...

01. USUAL DAY
02. FUTURE WORLD
03. SUSPICION
04. GO TOGETHER
05. TITLE
06. MENU
07. STAGE SELECT
08. GAME START
09. KING OF BLADE (BLADE MAN STAGE)
10. POLUTED PUMP (PUMP MAN STAGE)
11. DESERT COMMAND (COMMAND MAN STAGE)
12. ABSOLUTE CHILL (CHILL MAN STAGE)
13. CYBERSHEEP'S DREAM (SHEEP MAN STAGE)
14. FIREBALL STRIKE (STRIKE MAN STAGE)
15. NITRO RIDER (NITRO MAN STAGE)
16. SOLAR INFERNO (SOLAR MAN STAGE)
17. BOSS
18. STAGE CLEAR
19. GET A WEAPON
20. SHOP -ROCK-
21. SHOP -BLUES-
22. SHOP -FORTE-
23. CRISIS
24. EVIL WILY
25. FOR YOU -ROLL'S THEME-
26. DR.WILY CASTLE
27. SILENT RAIN (DR.WILY STAGE 1)
28. DR.WILY STAGE BOSS
29. ABANDONED MEMORY (DR.WILY STAGE 1)
30. AGAINST THE PRESSURE (DR.WILY STAGE 2)
31. NO TURNING BACK (DR.WILY STAGE 3)
32. STAIRWAY TO DARKNESS (DR.WILY STAGE 4)
33. DR.WILY MACHINE
34. DR.WILY CASTLE -FINAL-
35. DEEP IN SPACE (DR.WILY STAGE 5)
36. DR.WILY CAPSULE
37. ALL STAGE CLEAR
38. AFTER ALL
39. STAFF ROLL
40. CHALLENGES
41. ENDLESS STRUGGLE (ENDLESS STAGE)
42. HERAT OF ENKER (SPECIAL STAGE 1)
43. GET THE PUNK OUT (SPECIAL STAGE 2)
44. FAREWELL TO BALLADE (SPECIAL STAGE 3)
45. GAME OVER
46. SOUND EFFECTS

Also, here's the tracklisiting for Inti bonus album:

01 Rockman10 Title - Arrange Version -
02 Nitro Rider - 2A03 Chip Rock mix by Hally -
03 Rockman9 8boss Stage Non-Stop Mixture
04 Chiptuned Rockman Magnetic Piece Edit
05 Galaxy Fantasy (from Rockman 9 Arrange Soundtrack)
06 Thunder Tornado (from Rockman 9 Arrange Soundtrack)
07 Esperanto (from Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Physis)
08 Caravan - Hope for Freedom - (from Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Physis)
09 Break Out (from Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Telos)
10 Deperture (from Remastered Tracks Rockman Zero Idea)
11 Theme of ZERO (from Remastered Rockman Zero)
12 Area of ZERO / Main Theme of ZERO (from Remastered Rockman Zero)
13 Innocence (from ZX Tunes)

9 comments:

  1. "a chip-tune remix of Nitro Man's stage"

    Safe to say Nitro Man's theme has topped the charts. Maybe even more than Wily themes?

    Just wait 'til there's a good Solar Man metal tune; video game music will take a step towards the good kind of mainstream.

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  2. Hmm, I wonder how well this album's going to sell, since every track has already been ripped from the game weeks ago?

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  3. MaverickHunterAshMarch 24, 2010 at 5:07 PM

    @HyperSonicEXE -

    I don't understand why. I find Nitro Man's theme to be hugely overrated.

    And I highly doubt a Solar Man metal arrangement will do anything to make game music take a step towards mainstream. Not in America, at least. Game music already is mainstream in Japan, but concerts like Video Games Live and Tommy Tallarico's efforts in general are the closest VGM will ever get to "mainstream" in the US. Music from a niche (sad to say, but these days it's true) title like Mega Man 10 isn't going to move all of VGM towards widespread recognition.

    But that might be a good thing. The US music industry is IMO almost completely disgusting and full of mostly horrible "music" (rap, screamo, etc.). Personally, I'd prefer VGM to never be associated with any of it.

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  4. @MaverickHunterAsh -

    Being in the first trailer certainly helped. Above all, it's just a catchy, basic melody that's instrumented in just the right way. It has positive energy; a key to any hit song here in the U.S. (I don't know that much about Japan's music culture).

    And yeah, that's why I said the "good" kind of mainstream; the kind of word-of-mouth, social networking, grassroots mainstream that generates actual loyalty, not the manufactured kind. I grew up in the radio industry, and can't even listen to my local rock station anymore.

    But these are certainly head-and-shoulders above the MMZ/ZX/ZXA tunes. You could try and argue that they were the same as old MM tunes, but when you translate them to 8-Bit in your head, they still don't have that pep, no matter which Famicom instrument you use. I would like to see video game music become acceptable here, but that's a long ways off, I suppose.

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  5. What I would like to know is who are the people responsible for composing/arranging the Special Stage tracks?

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  6. If only I could hear some samples....

    @HyperSonicEXE: I'm not good at identifying metal, but here's a good Solar Man tune:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gl_Le1SKn-o

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  7. Anyone have a link to the special Inti tracks? The arranged 10 title and 9 tracks?

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  8. @HyperSonicEXE

    "But these are certainly head-and-shoulders above the MMZ/ZX/ZXA tunes. "

    I disagree.

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  9. Just from looking, several errors in the tracklist:

    09 KING OF BLADES (BLADE MAN STAGE)
    *Blade should be plural
    10 POLLUTED PUMP (PUMP MAN STAGE)
    *Polluted has 2 "l"s
    11 DESERT COMMANDO (COMMANDO MAN STAGE)
    *It's listed as "COMMANDO" on the official tracklist
    42 HEART OF ENKER (SPECIAL STAGE 1)
    *Pretty sure it's "HEART" since I've never heard of a "HERAT"

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