Preorders open for Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes vinyl soundtrack

Jerry on 2021-08-11
Record label Streaming Arrow has opened preorders for the Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes. The soundtrack, composed by Mieko Ishikawa and Masaaki Kawai, ships on vinyl and compact disc.

Nihon Falcom published the first entry in the Legend of Heroes in 1989. The turn-based role-playing game debuted on the NEC PC-8801 and was later ported to the Super Famicom and Mega Drive consoles in Japan. The first English-language localization appeared in 1992 on the TurboGrafx-CD system.

The Legend of Heroes vinyl is estimated to ship from the publisher in Carlsbad, California in May of 2022, featuring an additional two arrangements from "Perfect Collection - Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes" and "The Legend of Heroes I - IV Piano Collection."

Preorders are also open through distributors Black Screen Records of Cologne, PixelCrib in Melbourne, and Light in the Attic in Seattle. The 36-track digital soundtrack is streaming on Apple Music and Amazon Music Unlimited.


From the product page:
The soundtrack to Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes as a whole is more relaxed and light-hearted in contrast to its other role-playing game contemporaries that Nihon Falcom released on the PC-88. From the relaxing themes of "Town" that instill a sense of peace and safety and the music of "Ship" accompanying you as you sail across the sea.
Streaming Arrow Records - Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes Vinyl / CD

Black Screen Records - Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes - Vinyl / CD

Light in the Attic - Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes CD

PixelCrib - Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes Vinyl

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