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Japan: The Legend Of Zelda 30th Anniversary Concert Soundtrack Out February

One soundtrack you will most likely want to get your hands on next year will be The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary Concert CD. The soundtrack is due to be released in Japan on February 15th and is a 2-disc release which retails for ¥3,000. If you manage to get the first print limited edition then you are in for a treat as it comes with a DVD of the game footage that played during the concert and is in sync with the concert audio. As a bonus it also includes a CD stand and a badge set for ¥5,500. The soundtrack contains the entire concert which was recorded on October 16th at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Concert Hall.

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5 comments

  1. Just so you guys know, The Kirby twitter and new website for the franchise’s 25th anniversary has announced a fully orchestrated symphony concert and new merchandise. More Nintendo music fun

  2. It’s seem like only a few years ago they released the 25th anniversary soundtrack. Especially since there hasn’t been any mainline Zelda games (aside from ALBW, and whatever Trifarce Heroes is).

    I can at least hope they’ll try to be unique this time by trying different music genres of remixes, it’s of yet another set of orchestraic compositions and medley of the exact same songs.

    How many remasters of the main theme must they make? I know the main theme has been done in 8-bit, 16-bit, GB 8-bit, SSB64, SSBM, SSBB, and so on. But when it comes to concert soundtracks, doing more of the same in the same orchestraic style doesn’t set it apart from the last set of music.

    In short, the 30th’s soundtrack won’t have much difference from the 25th’s soundtrack.

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