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Hear One of Prescription for Sleep: Shovel Knight’s King of Cards Songs

The next Scarlet Moon Prescription for Sleep album’s release is practically upon us. On December 6, 2019, Prescription for Sleep: Shovel Knight will be released. This album gives people a chance to hear new renditions of music from the game and its expansions in a more relaxed way. Shovel Knight composer Jake Kaufman working with Gentle Love’s Norihiko Hibino and Ayaki worked together on the project. Now, we have an exclusive first look at its 18th track, “Troops, Form Up!”

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“Troops, Form Up!” is notable for one reason: people probably haven’t heard it yet. Prescription for Sleep: Shovel Knight is the first chance for people to start hearing songs from the Shovel Knight: King of Cards expansion. It, alongside “Cruise Control” and “Some Blasted Hill,” is one of the new tracks.

Here is the full Prescription for Sleep: Shovel Knight track listing. If someone were to get the $25 limited edition CD, these will be spread across two discs and will come with a 20 page booklet, stickers, a six-panel digipak, and a digital copy of the album. (Only 1,000 physical copies will be made.) Digital copies will be $12.

  1. “Steel thy Shovel”
  2. “Strike the Earth”
  3. “High Above the Land”
  4. “An Underlying Problem”
  5. “No Weapons Here”
  6. “Of Devious Machinations”
  7. “The Donor’s Despair”
  8. “The Requiem for Shield Knight”
  9. “A Cool Reception”
  10. “End of Days”
  11. “The Fateful Return”
  12. “The Alchemist’s Haven”
  13. “Waltz for One”
  14. “Alchemy”
  15. “The Magic Mirror”
  16. “La Danse Macabre”
  17. “Cruise Control”
  18. “Troops, Form Up!”
  19. “Some Blasted Hill”
  20. “A New Dawn” (Note: This is an original song.)

Prescription for Sleep: Shovel Knight will be released on December 6, 2019, and preorders are now open. This means it will appear ahead of the Shovel Knight: King of Cards expansion, which will appear on the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Wii U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, PC, and Amazon Fire TV on December 10, 2019.


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