Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies Volume I Remastered Version Available Now

SAN DIEGO - May 21, 2018 - Scarlet Moon Records is thrilled to make available Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies Vol. 1 Remastered Version, a special re-issue of the award-winning 2014 album that features jazzy lullabies of game music classics. The series features GENTLE LOVE, a jazz duo comprised of Metal Gear Solid/Bayonetta series composer Norihiko Hibino on sax and Etrian Odyssey/PersonaQ pianist AYAKI performing game music favorites in a jazzy lullaby style to sleep and relax to. The remastered version aligns the sound more closely to the rest of the series and adds two additional bonus tracks, including "Fisherman's Horizon" from Final Fantasy VIII and an original composition by GENTLE LOVE titled "He Chose You." Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies, Vol. I Remastered Version is fully licensed and available now:

The full track list is as follows:

01. Lifestream (Final Fantasy VII)
02. Dire, Dire Docks (Super Mario 64)
03. Song of the Ancients (NieR)
04. Lost Painting (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
05. Maiden in Black (Demon's Souls)
06. Main Theme (Genso Suikoden)
07. Singing Emotion (Chrono Cross)
08. A Wish... (Secret of Mana)
09. Auriel's Ascension (The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion)
10. Aquatic Ambiance (Donkey Kong Country)
11. Fisherman's Horizon (Final Fantasy VIII) [Bonus]
12. He Chose You (Original) [Bonus]

"It's a wonderful feeling to be able to circle back around and give new life to the original album that started it all," explains Scarlet Moon producer Jayson Napolitano. "We've already got the next volume recorded, and we're currently mastering it and putting together artwork and other materials for a physical release, so please stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks and months!"

Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies has enjoyed six album releases including two compilation volumes, two more dedicated to Secret of Mana and UNDERTALE, respectively, a compilation of battle themes turned into lullabies, and a charity EP in honor of late Nintendo President Satoru Iwata.

For more information about the Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies series, visit the official website: https://ift.tt/2s4K04T





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