Garou Densetsu 2: Original soundtrack
Name: Garou Densetsu 2
Released: 19 Feb 1993
Play time: 50:49
01 - CENTER CIRCLE (Arrange Version) 02 - 100M Shock (Original Version begins) 03 - Garou Densetsu 2 [Title] 04 - 30sec. [MVS Mode] 05 - LEVEL UP [Level Select] 06 - PLAYER SELECT 07 - VS 08 - Kurikinton [America Stage I] Terry Bogard 09 - Pasta [Italy Stage] Andy Bogard 10 - Thai nanbu no tsutaetai atarashii shi [Thai Stage] Joe Higashi 11 - WINNER DEMO 12 - Taa-kun to kita Pii [Australia Stage] Big Bear 13 - Juubei [Nippon Stage I] Yamada Jubei 14 - Enryuujin [Nippon Stage II] Shiranui Mai 15 - Pangyago houho [Hongkong Stage] Cheng Sinzan 16 - Seoul ni ikou! [Korea Stage] Kim Kaphwan 17 - Fukyou o buttobase!! [Bonus Stage] 18 - London March [England Stage] Billy Kane 19 - Kinkukonku [America Stage II] Axel Hawk 20 - Hataraku tougyuushi [Spain Stage] Laurence Blood 21 - SLEEP WELL 22 - Requiem nitanchou K.626 Dies Lrae [Germany Stage] Wolfgang Krauser 23 - YOU WERE PERFECT 24 - 1coin 25 - THE SUNSET SKY Part III [ENDING] 26 - CONTINUE ~ GAME OVER 27 - NAME 28 - Terry Bogard Voice (Voice & S.E. Collection begins) 29 - Andy Bogard Voice 30 - Joe Higashi Voice 31 - Big Bear Voice 32 - Yamada Jubei Voice 33 - Cheng Sinzan Voice 34 - Kim Kaphwan Voice 35 - Shiranui Mai Voice 36 - Billy Kane Voice 37 - Axel Hawk Voice 38 - Laurence Blood Voice 39 - Wolfgang Krauser Voice 40 - Ending Voice 41 - etc Voice 42 - S.E. COLLECTION
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