If Nintendo fans should know any Tales of game, it’s Tales of Symphonia. The series’ first 3D entry was a success on the Gamecube and endeared itself as one of the finest RPGs on the system.

While I’ll always praise the cast and combat, another important element here is the music. As such I’m happy to see that a Tales of Symphonia vinyl soundtrack is on the way from Ship to Shore PhonoCo. Pre-orders went up today, and sold out very quickly.
 


 
The 3XLP features 54 songs from the game, and features new artwork from mochipanko. This is the first time Symphonia’s music has gotten the vinyl treatment, and hopefully orders will open up again ahead of this pressing’s release in May 2021.

Tracklist:

Side A

  • 1. Tales of Symphonia
  • 2. A Prologue
  • 3. Old Familiar Scent of Iselia
  • 4. Lloyd
  • 5. Refill
  • 6. Kratos
  • 7. Standing the Pain
  • 8. The Land of Sylvarant
  • 9. Full Force
  • 10. Won the Battle

Side B

  • 1. Desert Flower
  • 2. The Struggle to Survive
  • 3. Rovers
  • 4. Town of a Wind and Ruins
  • 5. Water Symphony
  • 6. Romany Caravan
  • 7. Escape from Enemy Base
  • 8. Collette ~It Is Sad~
  • 9. Confusion

Side C

  • 1. Delightful Day
  • 2. Off-Key
  • 3. Moonlight
  • 4. The Grudge
  • 5. Fatalize
  • 6. On the Tight Rope
  • 7. New One World
  • 8. On the Hill at Night
  • 9. Floating in the Air
  • 10. Far From Our World

Side D

  • 1. The Kingdom City of Meltokio
  • 2. A Selfish Want
  • 3. Tethe Alla Castle
  • 4. Walking on Tethe Alla
  • 5. Academic City
  • 6. Regal
  • 7. Shihna
  • 8. Shinobi Life
  • 9. Dry Trail
  • 10. In a Shadowy Woods

Side E

  • 1. Deepest Woods
  • 2. Dance in the Sunshine
  • 3. Aviators ~Rhea-bird~
  • 4. Forest of the Treant
  • 5. Mithos
  • 6. Judgement of Mana
  • 7. Fighting of the Spirit
  • 8. Search a Seal ~Tethe Alla~

Side F

  • 1. The End of a Thought
  • 2. Beat the Angel
  • 3. Derris-Karlan ~Appear~
  • 4. Last Battle ~Decision~
  • 5. Final Destination
  • 6. Revival
  • 7. Ending Staff Roll
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Written by Ricky Berg

When he isn’t writing for Nintendo Wire, Ricky’s anticipating the next Kirby, Fire Emblem, or if the stars ever align, Mother 3 to be released. Till then he’ll have the warm comfort of Super Smash Bros. to keep him going.

Ricky Berg