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Ys IV J.D.K. Special – The Dawn of Ys Now Available Digitally on Amazon

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Falcom has released one of the Dawn of Ys albums on Amazon.

As always, the links in this article are for Amazon.com, but as Falcom is making these available on multiple regions of Amazon (by posting them on Amazon.co.jp), if you can’t purchase digital albums from the US site, then check your own region- they may be available there as well.

These albums are also available on iTunes, music.jp, mora, and animelo mix.

The album is available for .99, or $.99 per track.

You can purchase the album here, though if you wish to support my site at no cost to yourself, please use this link instead.

Track List behind the cut!

Track Title
1 The Dawn of Ys (Original Version)
2 Promalock (Original Version)
3 The Syobainin (Original Version)
4 Field (Original Version)
5 Carna (Original Version)
6 Romn Empire (Original Version)
7 Want to be Kind (Original Version)
8 Young Swordsman’s Tear (Original Version)
9 The Sea of Trees in Celceta (Original Version)
10 Beyond the Reminiscences (Original Version)
11 Burning Sword (Original Version)
12 Ancient Lore (Original Version)
13 Riesa (Original Version)
14 Anxiety (Original Version)
15 Ravine of Quicksand (Original Version)
16 Poem of the Blue Moon (Original Version)
17 Crimson Wings (Original Version)
18 Battle #58 (Original Version)
19 Clan of Darkness (Original Version)
20 Harlequin’s Temptation (Original Version)
21 Sanctuary (Original Version)
22 Lava Zone – Kissing to Eldeel (Original Version)
23 Bronze Quadro (Original Version)
24 In the Scorching Flames (Original Version)
25 Refance (Original Version)
26 Temple of the Sun (Original Version)
27 Hallucination (Original Version)
28 Alem (Original Version)
29 Theme of Adol 1993 (Original Version)
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