Dragon Fantasy: Book II Soundtrack Now Available

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The Classic JRPG Soundtrack Returns With Dale North’s Dragon Fantasy Book II OST
Dale North crafts an exquisite JRPG soundtrack worthy of the genre with memorable melodies, powerful storytelling, and lots of heart
San Diego, California – January 7, 2014 –  Scarlet Moon Records is elated to announce the release of famed musician and Internet personality Dale “Corgi King” North’s highly-addictive JRPG soundtrack to Dragon Fantasy Book II, now available online through a number of retailers. The Dragon Fantasy Book II Original Soundtrack features nearly an hour and a half of instantly-memorable melodies in styles that touch on everything from epic battle themes and driving dungeon cues to beautiful ballads and upbeat village themes.The Dragon Fantasy Book II soundtrack stands as one of North’s biggest achievements to date, allowing him the opportunity to explore the JRPG genre that he’s been a fan of since an early age. Throughout the scoring process, North was able to apply his unique talent and a singer and songwriter to create catchy melodies and memorable moments at every turn, making for one of the most compelling JRPG soundtrack releases in recent years.”Immediately after hearing the Dragon Fantasy Book II soundtrack for the first time, I wanted to share it with all of my friends,” recalls Scarlet Moon Records Executive Producer Jayson Napolitano. “Dale’s melodies are simply infectious, and this release marks the return of the classic JRPG soundtrack of old that many enthusiasts, myself included, have been yearning for.”Dragon Fantasy Book II Original Soundtrack is available from digital retailers including iTunes (coming soon!), Amazon MP3LoudrBandcamp, and more for just $10, as well as in a limited-print physical edition via Bandcamp.
About Dale North
Singer, songwriter, composer, and videogame blogger Dale North views himself as a musician first and foremost. After establishing himself in the game music remixing scene, he went on to become the Editor-in-Chief at DESTRUCTOID where he shares his love for corgis with millions of readers around the world. While continuing to work on his solo album projects, he’s also begun work on a number of videogame scores, including this one.Learn more:  http://www.dalenorth.com
Follow Dale North on YouTube and Twitter
About Dragon Fantasy Book II
Join Ogden and the heroes of Westeria in this classic JRPG epic. Travel through the frozen wastelands of Tundaria, experiencing action packed battles without random encounters, using spatially aware Area-of-Effect attacks and power moves. Travel by pirate ship, defending against enemies in thrilling ship-to-ship rock monster combat! Defeat oncoming hordes of demons and huge bosses that threaten the entire world of Dragon Fantasy.Now available on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.Learn more:   http://mutekicorp.com/games/dragon-fantasy-book-ii/
About Scarlet Moon Records
Founded in 2013, Scarlet Moon Records aims to make available amazing game music that otherwise wouldn’t be heard. The label works with a wide network of composers and musicians around the globe to identify and publish original soundtracks for games that developers or publishers have no intention of releasing, as well as producing arrangement albums featuring the same global talent.Learn more: <gp_link type=”http” loc=”//www.scarletmoonrecords.com/”>http://www.scarletmoonrecords.com/

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