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Lord of Lords Ryu Knight: TV OST 1 - (16 tracks on #VICL 532 – released 1994)
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The first CD of music from the TV series includes 6 tracks by Junichi Kanezaki and 5 by Michiru Oshima (who contributes some of the “lighter” music, but also some dramatic battle music and the sweeping “Road to Hope”). Hisaaki Hogari composed a tune that appears both as a vocal and instrumental, and Takashi Kudou has 3 tracks, including a vocal and instrumental of “Good-bye Tears”, which will be used throughout the series.
Lord of Lords Ryu Knight: TV OST 2 - (15 tracks on #VICL 580– released 1994)
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The 2nd volume is another potpourri of upbeat music with overtones of rock, reggae and funk. Kanezaki gets the bulk of the music here, with 8 tracks, and Oshima has 3, including a surprising Scottish jig. There are also 3 pop vocals, with Kudou’s song “Good-bye Tears” ending the score as a rather pretty ballad for piano and orchestra.
Lord of Lords Ryu Knight Adeu’s Legend 1 (17 tracks on #VICL 579 - released 1994)
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The music to the first direct-to-video series (13 episodes) was by Toshihiko Sahashi and he provided a kid-oriented action score, with rock overtones. It’s a curious mix of orchestra and new-age synth, and includes an additional instrumental & vocal by Miki Matsubara and a 2nd vocal by Hisaaki Hogari.
Lord of Lords Ryu Knight Adeu’s Legend 2 (17 tracks on #VICL 653 – released 1995)
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The soundtrack for the 2nd video series (3 episodes) is the same kind of uneasy potpourri of rock and pop, with Sahashi providing 8 tracks (including 1 vocal) and Keiichi Oku another 7. There are also 2 other pop vocals by other composers.
Lord of Lords Ryu Knight Soundtrack Special “Night Seeker” (20 tracks on #VICL 666 – released 1995)
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In 1995 the Ryu Knight “Soundtrack Special” was released, with music by Sahashi (7 tracks), Oshima (6) and Oku (3). There are an additional 4 pop vocals by other composers. Subtitled “Night Seeker” the booklet indicates it was a 1-episode TV special and contains music not heard on any of the earlier releases. To my ears, the music for this CD is the most satisfactory of them all, with the emphasis on orchestra over synth, and plenty of non-rock cues too, like the lovely Impressionism of track 5, the sweeping grandeur of track 6, and the plucky humor of track 8. It doesn’t surprise me that these tracks are by Oshima, although Sahashi does contribute a wow moment with the pounding James Bond-meets-Godzilla music of track 14.