Castlevania Soundtracks Added To Three Music Streaming Services

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Castlevania Soundtracks Added To Three Music Streaming Services

May 8, 2019

By: Joseph Allen

 
 

Soundtracks for several Castlevania games have been uploaded to music streaming services. The soundtracks are currently on Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play.

In total, there are 14 Castlevania soundtracks available on these services. If you're a subscriber to these services' premium versions, you can listen to the soundtracks at no additional charge. Otherwise, each album will set you back $7.99 on Google Play and iTunes. The full list of games spans several platforms. Symphony of the Night is the first game on the list chronologically and Harmony of Despair is the last. Seems like if you were hoping to listen to Super Castlevania IV's music, or Bloodlines' excellent Michiru Yamane soundtrack, you're out of luck. Still, 14 is a pretty impressive number.

Here's the full list of Castlevania soundtracks on the three streaming services:

  • Symphony of the Night
  • 64
  • Chronicles - Sharp X68000 version
  • Circle of the Moon / Harmony of Dissonance / Aria of Sorrow
  • Lament of Innocence / Curse of Darkness
  • Dawn of Sorrow / Portrait of Ruin / Order of Ecclesia
  • Dracula X Chronicles (both Turbo Duo and PSP versions)
  • Judgment
  • Harmony of Despair
The soundtracks' artist is listed as "Castlevania Sound Team". For some reason, all of the Castlevania soundtracks on Spotify are listed in Japanese. This isn't entirely unusual; various albums by the SEGA Sound Team are also listed in Japanese. You can still see which soundtrack is which by checking out the album art. Both Google Play and Apple Music list the Castlevania soundtracks in English.

There's no word yet on whether these soundtracks will appear on other streaming platforms like TIDAL or Deezer. We also don't know if this will set a precedent for more Konami music on streaming services, although we certainly hope so (lookin' at you, Metal Gear).

 
 

Which Konami music would you like to see on streaming services? Let us know in the comments below!

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Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.

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