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The Myth of the Genesis (Blade & Soul 2 Original Game Soundtrack)

NCSOUND, Hideyuki Fukasawa

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1.1
Blade & Soul 2 (The Myth of The Genesis)
NCSOUND
4:24
1.2
Cherry blossoms, Season of The Beginning (Shin daeeobang Theme)
NCSOUND
2:49
1.3
To The Land of Prosperity (Suwal port Theme)
NCSOUND
5:18
1.4
The Scar of Damnation (Sura Theme)
NCSOUND
4:48
1.5
The Sign of Extinction (Ragnir Theme)
NCSOUND
4:20
1.6
The Corridor of Awakening (Yaru Theme)
NCSOUND
3:17
1.7
A Sliver of Memory (Noi&Yugi Theme)
Junghwan Park; NCSOUND
4:00
1.8
Dragon spirit (Arang&Shiro Theme)
Changbeom Kim
3:47
1.9
The Rise of Luminosity (Parsha Theme)
Changbeom Kim
4:35
1.10
Shadow of The Empire (Suyang Theme)
Junghwan Park
3:42
2.1
Light and Darkness
Hideyuki Fukasawa
3:54
2.2
Endless Journey
Hideyuki Fukasawa
4:02
2.3
Crossroads of Fate
Hideyuki Fukasawa
4:35
2.4
Hidden Secret
Hideyuki Fukasawa
3:53
2.5
Sword of Truth
Hideyuki Fukasawa
3:07
2.6
Reborn
Hideyuki Fukasawa
2:54
2.7
Fly to The Sky remake
Hideyuki Fukasawa
4:01
Total Playing Time    67:26
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – NCSOFT Studio Masters

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