Streaming Arrow Records Announces Physical Soundtrack Release For Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes; Includes Bonus Tracks

During today’s set of announcements by Streaming Arrow Records on the Digital Emelas Discord server, the company representative revealed that the Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes Original Soundtrack: Special Edition. This is the group’s first and historic foray into The Legend of Heroes soundtrack releases. Their Twitter account also shared this news.

This package contains bonus tracks to Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes, two extra arrangement version tracks from a notable piano collection, and a pocket jacket with a belly band obi-strip.

The soundtrack package is available for open pre-order on their digital store with no purchase limit until August 24, 2021. It is expected to ship in May 2022.

The following tracks are included on Side A of the release:

  • “Opening”
  • “User Disk Creation”
  • “Utility”
  • “The March of Heroes”
  • “Town”
  • “Field”
  • “Dungeon”

The following tracks are included on Side B of the release:

  • “Battle”
  • “Neargead Castle”
  • “Castle”
  • “The Voice of God”
  • “Event Clear”
  • “Ship”
  • “Pirate Island”
  • “Dragon”

The following tracks are included on Side C of the release:

  • “Ending 1”
  • “Ending 2”
  • “Game Over”
  • “Field (From Perfect Collection Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes)”
  • “Dragon (From The Legend of Heroes Piano Collection I-IV Piano Collection)”

For those not familiar with Streaming Arrow Records and their efforts regarding Nihon Falcom, they have released official vinyl of the Ys I and Ys II soundtracks to overwhelmingly positive reception. With this recent news, they assuredly have the potential to swiftly becoming known for Falcom soundtracks in the west.

Additionally, for further clarification, the reasoning behind this company’s collaboration with Digital Emelas is because not only is the latter a source of news and community for the Ys series, but they have also teamed up with numerous official publishers in the past like NIS America, as well as announcing related merchandise.

So, in a sense, while Digital Emelas is technically not official in the strictest of terms, their history with official partners to promote the franchise’s prominence and relevance in the west makes them a sensible partner of this collaborative venture.


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