Falcom to Offer Music to Six Large Scale Music Distribution Services


Falcom has announced today that they will be having their music added to six major music playing/distribution services. They will be providing their 4,591 tracks that are already digitally available throughout 103 countries to the following music services:

  • Apple Music
  • Amazon Prime Music
  • Google Play Music
  • AWA

Starting immediately, the Tokyo Xanadu and the Kiseki Evolution soundtracks will be available on the start, with older titles from their line up being added to the services one by one. This will provide a new way to listen to the variety of their music!

[ Falcom IR Report (PDF) ]

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2 Replies to “Falcom to Offer Music to Six Large Scale Music Distribution Services”

    1. Not sure what was up with the URL, but it should be working now. Sorry about that.

      The IR Report has the link to their Google Play information, which seems to be that account. They’ve probably been quietly posting to there, then, before they fully announced it. Good to know, though! Thanks for the heads up!

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