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Several soundtrack albums were released alongside the game. History of the First Stage features music from the first levels of several Sonic franchise games.


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SONIC GENERATIONS OFFICIAL SOUNDTRACK (Vol.1), an album by SEGA SOUND TEAM on Spotify.


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Preview, buy, and download songs from the album Sonic Generations Official Soundtrack, Vol. 1, including "Title," "Green Hill: Act 1," "Green Hill: Act 2 - Normal​,".


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Sonic Generations OST by Masato Nakamura on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and.


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Most of these are light-hearted string based versions, and are all well arranged, with the track being well put together for the soundtrack too. Act 1 of "Planet Wisp" is pretty bland, mainly because the bass is really boring, preventing many harmonic changes, it's a shame because the rest of the texture has some nice ideas. Act 2 retains the speed of the original, while adding some new electric guitar riffs to the framework of the original. The result is a mostly successful soundtrack, with many tracks such as "White Space Medley" being surprisingly well put together, and many of the remixes offering an impressive alternative take on their original counterparts. The next few tracks are all jingles which Sonic veterans will easily recognize, my favourite being "Timer" for when you're running out of air underwater. Act 2, on the other hand, is a really cool 's style jazz arrangement featuring some great improvised solos. The final 10 tracks are the background music for the games cutscenes. Circuit Freq's remix of Crush 40's "Open Your Heart" for the first part of the battle with Perfect Chaos is interesting, even if I prefer the overall sound of the original from Sonic Adventure , particularly the drums. They're all pleasant, generally orchestral tracks that work well as mood setters. Both versions are great, and all of these remixes from the Mega Drive games are very well thought out and interesting. In the games, by completing certain challenges and collecting special rings, you can unlock numerous tracks from across the entire catalogue of Sonic games. The disc finishes with the music from the challenge missions. The main boss battles have better music overall. The overall package is a great one, and should appeal to all Sonic fans in some way, both new and old. For Act 1 of "Seaside Hill", I would've liked to have heard a more electronic sound on the tune than the electric guitar, which feels a bit out of place. Disc two then covers all the music unique to the 3DS version of the game, starting with "Casino Night Zone" which is also a DLC bonus for the other versions. Act 2's sound is just like the original from Sonic Heroes , with some additional sections of music. There is a lot in the Sonic Generations soundtrack and the variety on display here is astounding. It's a medley of the different states in which the music can play while selecting a level in the white space area, with new versions of all the level tunes. Act 1 is a mixed bag; the bass sounds, percussion work, and faster-paced section are great, but some of the effect sounds and processed guitar used for the melody are a bit ugly. After one and a half minutes, we get a new second tune with some additional synth brass, which leads into a really cool section that leads back into the main hook. The next three tracks are the bosses from the 3DS version. Act 1 of "Rooftop Run" from Sonic Unleashed does a much better job at this, with a cool piano riff backing the main melody, and an exciting if a bit random double time section half way through. The faster pace, as well as the brass and rock band backing, creates a great sound. The soundtrack opens appropriately enough with a slightly modern Jun Senoue remix of the main title theme, which should be instantly recognisable, and is a great opener to the soundtrack. This sound is combined with his signature beats for "Egg Dragoon" and "Time Eater ver 1" to great effect, with version 2 being a more electronic affair, and "Final Attack" being a triumphant rock track. Silver's music fares better, with a cool beat and some dark electronic effects. This arrangement has a nice strings sections towards the end, and as oppose to just suddenly stopping, this remix has a proper ending. I found Act 2 to be a bit bland, the strings in the melody doesn't feel like it fits with the Drum and Bass style beat. Buy at CDJapan.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} They did a good job of making it sound more in line with the 16 bit games, while Jun Senoue's version for Act 2 sounds more like the original track with a rock focus. Disc three covers everything else, mainly from the main console versions, beginning with a cool, fast paced rock track. Disc one ends with version one of the "End Roll Medley", similar to the credits music from the original Sonic the Hedgehog, it starts out with a little tune before cycling through each tune form all the levels in the game. Cash Cash's Act 1 remix of "Run Through the Speed Highway" from Sonic Adventure is synth based, with heavily effects processed electric guitar playing the catchy riff. They also included the short track that plays on the skyscraper part of the level as a bonus. The highlights are the first and fifth ones, the first is a beat heavy remix of "Super Sonic Racing" from Cash Cash, and the fifth is a cool dance track from Richard Jacques. After all, it encompasses all the original and remixed music from both the big console version and the 3DS version, and features styles and tunes from across the history of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. The soundtrack takes the tunes from their respective levels and creates two different remixes of each, a classic bit style remix and a modern remix. It's not perfect: the inclusion of some music feels a bit pointless, a few of the original tracks are bland, and several remixes try too hard to be different, modern or edgy, but for the most part they work. Featuring a wide range of composers and arrangers, including Jun Senoue, Richard Jacques, Cash Cash, and Hideki Naganuma, the soundtrack is certainly varied. The US version of the Metal Sonic battle is the better version, with its dark electric guitar riffs. Personally I'm not a big fan of the synth sound used for the tune it sounds a bit like a duck! Classic Sonic controls very much like the much celebrated Mega Drive games, while Modern Sonic's gameplay is very similar to that of Sonic Unleashed not the werehog gameplay and Sonic Colours or if you're playing the 3DS version, Sonic Rush. Shadow's music is pretty bland, with the main track feeling empty and only 50 second extracts from the Crush 40 songs "Live and Learn" and "All Hail Shadow", which are a bit pointless. A stronger drum beat would have been nice too. I particularly like the section where the drum go into half time about a minute and a half into the piece. The main tune sounds about half time and the great overall sound is riddled with some cool effects. Now we come to the more modern Sonic games, starting with the Dreamcast generation of Sonic games. Part 2 on the other hand "Perfect Chaos Revival" is a properly intense orchestral track from Richard Jacques, the first of these on the whole soundtrack. They also included the jingles that play when Sonic uses a wisp power, but they're pretty ugly out of context, so a mixed bag from Tomoya Ohtani and Kenichi Tokoi. The tune is still played using sounds that are remarkably similar to the original with a rock bass and drums accompaniment. It's a great track, as all of the individual tunes are strong apart from maybe "Crisis City" , and the track flows well linking into each tune effectively before ending with the main Sonic The Hedgehog theme everyone knows. Despite a few weaker Sonic games with nice ideas but flawed execution, and one really bad, borderline broken game, Sonic has, in my opinion, seen a return to form in recent years, with modern gameplay that works well, and is satisfying to play. Act 1 of "Tropical Resort" is identical to the original, while Act 2 is a faster rock version, personally I prefer the original. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}It features new versions of some of the most famous stages from many of the main games in the 20 year history of the franchise, as well as the ability to play those levels in two different styles. Overall, this remix is a bit weak and unlike Richard Jacques. The next track is a modern rock remix of the track from Jun Senoue. Then we get the tunes that play during the 'rival' boss fights with Metal Sonic, Shadow and Silver. It's a great expanded version of the piece. Disc three contains all the additional music from the game such as boss battle themes, jingles and cutscenes. The Act 2 remix also has a fast version, which is pretty similar but with a heavier rock feel. For me, the vocals in the Act 1 remix abuse the auto-tune too much, though this is not a problem in the Act 2 remix, which does a good job of expanding on the rock riffs of the original, and "The Mad Convoy Race" is fast and exciting, appropriate for a giant killer truck chasing you. Act 2 is better for this reason, though I prefer the more passive drums of the original track from Sonic Colours. Act 1 has a pretty similar sound to the original, though I don't like the updated drums, since they don't fit the jazzy feel of the tune. In particular, I really like the orchestral rock version of "Death Egg Robot", the final boss from Sonic the Hedgehog 2 , even if I think the Dragon Force style drums at the end detract from the rest of the track. The next track is a fast version of the previous track, where the drums go into double time and the guitar is faster paced too.