Originally released in 1989, Dragon Slayer: The Legend Of Heroes marks the beginning of Nihon Falcom's long-running turn-based RPG series, "The Legend Of Heroes".
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, to the music of "Ship" accompanying you as you sail across the sea.
Falcom Sound Team jdk has taken great care to give the soundtrack to Dragon Slayer: The Legend Of Heroes a unique identity in comparison to all of Nihon Falcom's other numerous PC-88 offerings.
Mastered from entirely new recordings captured specifically for this release, Streaming Arrow Records are excited to be sharing this underappreciated piece of Nihon Falcom's music history soundtrack with you for its first release on vinyl record!
- 180g Vinyl
- Gold Vinyl
- Double LP
- Mastered from entirely new recordings captured specifically for this releasel
- First time on vinyl
- Heavyweight 350 gsm single pocket jacket with a belly band obi strip
- User Disk Creation
- The March of Heroes
- Neargead Castle
- The Voice Of God
- Event Clear
- Pirate Island
- Ending 1
- Ending 2
- Game Over
- Field (From Perfect Collection Dragon Slayer: The Legend Of Heroes)
- Dragon (From the Legend Of Heroes Piano Collection I-IV Piano Collection)