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Persona 5 Original Soundtrack’s 110 Songs Ranked by Japanese Fans

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    Atlus asked fans in Japan to vote for their favorite Persona 5 songs out of the 110 from the original soundtrack. The results are now in as part of Persona 5 Scramble‘s pre-release celebration.

    Below are the 110 songs from the Persona 5 Original Soundtrack as voted by Japanese fans:

    • 1. “Life Will Change”
    • 2. “Rivers in the Desert”
    • 3. “Last Surprise”
    • 4. “The Whims of Fate”
    • 5. “Hoshi To Bokura To”
    • 6. “Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out there”
    • 7. “Blooming Villain”
    • 8. “Beneath the Mask”
    • 9. “Will Power”
    • 10. “Price”
    • 10. “Beneath the Mask -rain-“
    • 10. “Life Will Change (Instrumental Version)”
    • 13. “Our Beginning”
    • 13. “When Mother Was There”
    • 15. “Hymn of the Soul”
    • 16. “Butterfly Kiss”
    • 17. “Awakening”
    • 18. “Layer Cake”
    • 19. “Jaldabaoth”
    • 19. “Freedom and Peace”
    • 19. “Beneath the Mask (Instrumental Version)”
    • 22. “Life Goes On”
    • 22. “Phantom”
    • 24. “Beneath the Mask -Rain- (Instrumental Version)”
    • 24. “Tokyo Daylight”
    • 26. “Sunset Bridge”
    • 26. “Tokyo Emergency”
    • 26. “Meeting”
    • 29. “Sweatshop”
    • 30. “Rivers in the Desert (Instrumental Version)”
    • 30. “Ark”
    • 30. “Triumph”
    • 33. “Tanaka’s Shady Commodities”
    • 33. “Crossroads”
    • 35. “Hoshi To Bokura To (Piano Version”
    • 35. “Impromptu for the Next Prime Minister”
    • 35. “Blood of Villain”
    • 38. “Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There (Opening Movie Version)”
    • 38. “Swear to My Bones”
    • 38. “Crane Game”
    • 38. “Keeper of Lust”
    • 42. “So Boring”
    • 42. “Welcome Home, Master!”
    • 42. “Big Bang Burger March”
    • 42. “New Beginning”
    • 42. “Alleycat”
    • 42. “A Woman”
    • 42. “My Homie”
    • 42. “Regret”
    • 42. “Escape”
    • 51. “Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There (Instrumental Version)”
    • 51. “Accident on-Air”
    • 51. “Run, Run, Run!”
    • 51. “Destinyland”
    • 51. “Sweet”
    • 51. “When Mother Was There (Another Version)”
    • 51. “Treading on Scorched Sand”
    • 51. “Memories of Summer”
    • 51. “Price (Another Version)”
    • 51. “Days of Sisters”
    • 51. “A Woman (Another Version)”
    • 51. “Have a Short Rest”
    • 51. “Mementos”
    • 51. “Train of Life”
    • 51. “Endless Days”
    • 51. “Talk”
    • 51. “King, Queen, and Slaves”
    • 68. “Getaway & Arrest”
    • 68. “Interrogation Room”
    • 68. “Recollection & Foreboding”
    • 68. “Into the Metaverse”
    • 68. “Tension”
    • 68. “King, Queen, and Slaves (Another Version)”
    • 68. “Confession / Secret”
    • 68. “Confession / Secret (Piano Version)”
    • 68. “The Collapse of Lust”
    • 68. “Star Forneus”
    • 68. “Punch Ouch”
    • 68. “Power Intuition”
    • 68. “Legend of Gambla Goemon”
    • 68. “Pro Golfer Sarutahiko”
    • 68. “Suspicious Person”
    • 68. “Wicked Plan”
    • 68. “Suspicion”
    • 68. “High Pressure”
    • 68. “The Collapse of Wrath”
    • 68. “Alright (Elp Version)”
    • 68. “Hawaii”
    • 68. “Alright”
    • 68. “Break it Down (Elp Version)”
    • 68. “The Spirit”
    • 68. “What’s Going On?”
    • 68. “Triple Seven”
    • 68. “Planetarium”
    • 68. “Home Electronics Store”
    • 68. “Time to Repent”
    • 68. “Break it Down”
    • 68. “Mental Shutdown”
    • 68. “Sweatshop (Another Version)”
    • 68. “Disquiet”
    • 68. “Escape (Another Version)”
    • 68. “Getaway (Another Version)”
    • 68. “Betrayer”
    • 68. “Nothingness…?”
    • 68. “Trick”
    • 68. “Limitless Pride”
    • 68. “Desire”
    • 68. “The Collapse of Pride”
    • 68. “Erosion”
    • 68. “Confrontation”

    Persona 5 first released for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in Japan in September 2016. Persona 5 Royal relased in Japan in October 2019 and will release worldwide on March 31, 2020. In case you missed it, the worldwide release will receive an updated localization.

    Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers will release for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan on February 20, 2020. Check out its latest trailer for a look at some Musou action.

    Sato
    Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.

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