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Perfect Selection Dracula Battle II

(music from the games by Konami)

Music info

Released: 21 Jun 1995
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Kukeiha Club
Music type: Arranged soundtrack
My rating: 9/10
Num of tunes: 10
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: KICA-1162
Play time: 42:13 (est)

My info

One of the best Castlevania arranged soundtracks I have heard. It's all from famous Castlevania tunes (mostly of SNES castlevania times), but remade to beautyfully rock versions. And you know I don't like hard guitars very much, that only raises value of this music! :) [9/10]

User reviews


01 - Beginning - Dracula X Rondo of Blood
02 - Theme of Simon - Super Castlevania 4
03 - Road of Enemy - Castlevania 2 Belmont's Revenge 
04 - Den - Dracula X Rondo of Blood
05 - Theme from Legend of Dracula - Castlevania Advanture
06 - In the Castle - Castlevania 4
07 - Thrashard in the Cave - Castlevania 4
08 - Reincarnated Soul - Castlevania Bloodlines
09 - Iron Blue Intention - Castlevania Bloodlines
10 - Illusionary Dance - Dracula X Rondo of Blood

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Record created/updated: 16. August 2002.
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