Demon Castle Dracula Best

Tracks

64 minutes total
  1. Beginning ~The Legend of Demon Castle Dracula Music~
  2. Bloody Tears ~Dracula II Music~
  3. ??: Prelude ~ Epitaph ~ Prayer ~ Beginning ~ Boss Fight ~ Block Clear
  4. ??: Destiny ~ Clockwork (Clock Tower Stage) ~ Mad Forest (Forest Stage) ~ Anxiety
  5. ??: Rising ~ Stream ~ Game Over
  6. ??: Dead Beat ~ Nightmare ~ Encounter
  7. ??: Aquarius ~ Pressure
  8. ??: Demon Seed ~ Dejavu ~ Vampire Killer ~ Riddle ~ Overture (Last Stage Boss) ~ Big Battle (Final Boss BGM) ~ All Clear
  9. Ending: Evergreen ~ Flashback
  10. Message of Darkness
  11. Within These Castle Walls (Castle BGM)
  12. Bloody Tears (Street ~ Day Time Stage BGM)
  13. The Silence Of The Daylight (Town Stage BGM)
  14. Dwelling Of Doom (Mansion BGM)
  15. Monster Dance (Night BGM)
  16. Last Boss (Last Boss BGM)
  17. Game Over (Game Over)
  18. A Requiem (Ending)
  19. Underground
  20. Prologue (Start BGM)
  21. Vampire Killer
  22. Stalker
  23. Wicked Child
  24. Walking On The Edge
  25. Heart Of Fire
  26. Out Of Time (Clock Tower BGM)
  27. Nothing To Lose (Last Stage BGM)
  28. Poison Mind (Boss BGM)
  29. Black Night (Last Boss BGM)
  30. Voyager (Ending)
  31. The Silence Of The Daylight (Town Stage BGM)
  32. Bloody Tears (Street ~ Day Time Stage BGM)
  33. A Requiem (Ending BGM)
  • Released Mar 21, 1990 by Konami (catalog no. KICA-7901, retail 1980 yen).
  • Tracks 1-2: Arranged Versions. 3-9: The Legend of Demon Castle Dracula OST. 10-18: Dracula II OST. 19-30: Demon Castle Dracula OST. 31-33: NES Versions.
  • Reprinted on 1998/09/23

Reviews

True nostalgic treasure for Dracula fans, questionable for others.

Recommended

Reader review by Jon Turner

I'll be honest. I'm not much of a Castlevania fan, but I have enjoyed playing the games very much. And because of that, I had to get this CD, just to relive the memory of playing the original NES games (Castlevania 1, 2, and 3).

The album starts out with two arranged tracks of "Bloody Tears" and "Beginning", both of which are ghoulishly done and performed. In fact, I felt a bit of the chills from listening to these two tracks at first. After that, well you know what comes next, the game music! All the music from the three Castlevania games for the NES are here. As always, the composition and melody are incredible, despite the weak sound system which dominated most NES game scores at the time. Once you hear the all-too recognizable "Vampire Killer", the rocking "Bloody Tears", and the groovy "Beginning" the way they originally sounded, you'll definitely remember what it was like to play those games to death (no pun intended) - as long as you forgive the sound quality.

If you're an avid Castlevania fan, this one might be worth your money - just don't expect anything groundbreaking.

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