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Virtua Fighter 4: Sound Tracks

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Released: 06 Feb 2002
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Sachio Ogawa, Hideaki Miyamoto
Info Source: synSONIQ Records
Music type: Other
Num of tunes: 20
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: AMMX-2001

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Big hit PlayStation 2 game "Virtua Fighter 4" features cool, riveting sound in its soundtrack. This album contains all its BGM soundtracks, plus additional 2 tracks as bonus tracks.

From: http://www.synsoniq.com/productdetails.php?partner=13&pid=366&langchange=2


01 - Ignite Your Heart
02 - Stand
03 - Watch Out
04 - Blue Impact
05 - The Fort
06 - Dojo (A Ring of Strategy)
07 - The Great Wall
08 - Defile a Sanctity
09 - Terminus
10 - A Star of Sand
11 - Behind the Mind
12 - A Turning of Leaf
13 - Cutting Edge
14 - Nightmare
15 - The Last Survivor
16 - Metal Dream
17 - Melting Pot
18 - Nite Crawler
19 - Ray of Light (Bonus Track)
20 - Buzz (Bonus Track)

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Record created/updated: 23. September 2004.
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