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Hard Rock That Can't Stop!, 2005-06-24
Reviewer : Fatigue - See all my reviews
I've had a hard time to actually stop listening to Guilty Gear XX Original Soundtrack. It is just so addicting that you actually can't stop listening to it! This time, Composer Daisuke Ishiwatari teams up with Arranger and Composer Koh-Ichi Seyama and completely surpases Guilty Gear X - Heavy Rock Tracks in every way. My favourite tracks on the album are "Noontide ~ Sol vs Ky", "Feedback ~ Opening", "Keep Yourself Alive II ~ Sol's Theme", "Holy Orders (Be Just or Be Dead) ~ Ky's Theme" and "Feel A Fear ~ Eddie's Theme". It is very hard to find a reason why you shouldn't buy Guilty Gear XX Original Soundtrack because it is the best Hard Rock on the market today!
Don't miss out on Guilty Gear XX Original Soundtrack, it will be a highlight in your VGM collection, just like it is in my collection.
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Arranged version of the previous with a few new perks, 2005-12-31
Reviewer : Terramax - See all my reviews
For those who own the 'Guilty Gear X' soundtrack may well find this a little disappointing if you're hoping for completely new material. Much of the music on the 2 discs are arranged/ recomposed versions of older tracks found on both the GGX and first Guilty Gear game on the PSX. Many of the tracks seem a lot more metal and darker toned than ever before. I haven't heard the Ikura OST thats just been released but I'd find it hard to imagine it could be heavier than the tracks on this. Many of them don't sound anywhere near as enjoyable as the original submitted material. There are however a few new tracks to go with the new characters. The main standout for me being 'The Simple Life' for a man dress up as a blue nun. This track is a happier tune than many of the darker toned tunes that litter the rest of the album. There is also 'Mindnight Carnival', the music to the boss of the game which is a fast-paced track much like the bosses on the two previous games. My overall verdict is that you should seek to finding the Guilty Gear X heavy Rock Tracks OST first as it still remains the definitive OST of the first 3 in the series. For those who have enjoyed the two previous soundtracks will not find a single thing out of place with this in your collection.
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