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Music from Ys V


2 discs, 136 minutes total

Disc 1 (69 minutes)

  1. Lost Kingdom
  2. Digest
  3. Continue
  4. Peace in The Street
  5. In The Cradle
  6. Residence
  7. Shopping
  8. Field of Gale
  9. Foresta Village
  10. Sinister Shadow
  11. Treasure Box
  12. Freezing Soul
  13. Bad Species
  14. Niena's Melody
  15. Warning!!
  16. Massea
  17. Woodside Village
  18. Misty Lake
  19. Thieves of Brotherhood
  20. Wind Knight
  21. Crimson Ruins
  22. Movement
  23. Primal Rave
  24. Theme of Lovers
  25. Charged Trial
  26. Stormy Town
  27. Desert Clime
  28. Oasis
  29. Traders

Disc 2 (67 minutes)

  1. Sand Castle
  2. Wilderness
  3. Night Sight
  4. Niena
  5. The Undercurrent
  6. Scheme The Madness I
  7. Scheme The Madness II
  8. Pain Maker
  9. Crumble
  10. Forgotten City
  11. Judgement Bells
  12. Partisan
  13. Break into Territory
  14. Battle Against Fate
  15. Turning Death Spiral
  16. Theme of Kefin I
  17. Theme of Kefin II
  18. Crime and Punishment
  19. Wicked Pleasure-Introduction
  20. Wicked Pleasure
  21. Vanishing World
  22. Theme of Adol
  23. Farewell
  24. Odds and Ends
  25. The Secret Experience
  26. Extra Room
  27. Catch The Record !!
  • Released Mar 23, 1996 by King (catalog no. KICA-1175~6, retail 3800 yen).
  • Detailed release notes and credits at VGMdb.


Nice music, just not breathtaking.

Reader review by Adoru

This soundtrack is a very good one, but if you are looking for Falcom rock or a good introduction to Ys, then this is not the place to come, unfortunately. However, that's not to say it's bad!

The sound programming quality is pretty good for Super Nintendo (maybe not Gun Hazard good, but good). The field songs are my favorites, which include the now famous "Field of Gale" from Ys V Orchestra Version as well as "Wind Knight", "Primal Rave", "Charged Trial", and "Wilderness". All of them are *great* songs. And "Sinister Shadow", the dungeon music, is creepy and fits the game well. "Theme of Adol" is here and it's fun, but my favorite is either "Break into Territory" or "The Secret Experience", which has neat little beeps in the background along with an echoey harp.

The packaging is also neat, but strange. It's not a normal two-disc case, it's thinner and taller. The set comes with a thick booklet with town artwork, doodles, character info, and a comic-like presentation of some of the game.

Now for the bad part. Like I said earlier, this isn't Falcom rock. This set barely even has any drum sets in it at all! The CD has more of a Final Fantasy feel, with trumpets and strings and snare drums. That's not necessarily bad (I like FF), just not the usual Falcom sound. That brings up another point. This is SNES music here, so it sounds nowhere near as good as the Turbo-Grafx 16 CD-based Ys songs. And I was just a little dissapointed with the final boss song... there's just not much there! Finally, the price is *way* too high for the goods.

Still, Music from Ys V is better than some of the stuff out there, is very enjoyable, and heck I'm happy! Overall, it's a good addition to a decent-sized collection, but you might want to try Ys V Image Album instead. It's got nine OSV tracks, three JDK tunes (including "Field of Gale"!), and some weird sing-along thing. Both are good. It's just how much money you want to spend, kids!

More great Ys music from Sound Team JDK.

Reader review by David Kapp

This is a great set of CDs if you enjoy Ys music, and OSVs. This particular Ys game was on the Super Famicom (SNES), so it sounds like a SNES OSV. There is plenty of variety on both CDs, from action music to peaceful music, you're sure to find something you enjoy. One of the few problems I saw was the price: you will probably pay between forty and fifty dollars for this two-disc set. I never played the game, I just love Ys music, so it was worth it for me. I suggest those who haven't heard much Ys music yet to spend their money on Ys Perfect Collection first. A great addition to an existing Ys collection, however.

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