Spectrum of Mana tribute album now available - destructoid

Spectrum of Mana tribute album now available

6:00 AM on 09.30.2013

Jayson Napolitano

Music Editor

Three discs of arrangements paying homage to Secret of Mana


Last month we shared an exclusive sample of Spectrum of Mana, a 3-disc tribute album to Hiroki Kikuta's timeless Secret of Mana soundtrack featuring stemage, Alexander Brandon, Tim Yarborough of The OneUps, and many others. The album was finally released, and while I'll have a review ready for Note Worthy, I've already listened to the whole thing and love it.

Fans can download the entire album and all the artwork for free, or they can spring for physical editions of both, along with a series of shirts sporting some pretty killer depictions of the elementals (Dryad and Salamando are awesome!).

There's no reason not to pick this up, as the arrangements do justice to one of the best soundtracks of all time (Remixes of "A Wish" and "What the Forest Taught Me" are truly spectacular). After the free download, you can decide whether or not you want the physical version. Chime in and let us know what some of your favorite remixes from the album are! 




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