SaGa Arrangement Album

SaGa Destiny 8 Arrangement Album Volume 2 to Release in August

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Square Enix has announced that the SaGa Destiny 8 Arrangement Album Volume 2 will release on August 11, 2021. This album will feature a total of ten songs, which have been arranged by Destiny 8. Pre-orders for the album are currently available. The SaGa Destiny 8 Arrangement Album Volume 2 will cost ¥3,300 or roughly $30. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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As mentioned previously, a total of ten songs will be on the album. This includes:

  • “Main Theme”
  • “Struggle to the Death”
  • “Journey to the Future”
  • “T260G’s Last Battle”
  • “Alkaiser Attacks!”
  • “Besessenheit”
  • “Battle Theme 1”
  • “The Celestial Protectors”
  • “Battle: Adel”
  • “Beneath the Banner”

The SaGa arrangement album will be available to purchase for North American and European audiences. Destiny 8, an official SaGa related band, will handle all the arrangements. Various members of the music team make up the members of the group itself. Currently, there are also plans for a SaGa orchestral concert in Japan. This concert will be held at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall in Tokyo, with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra performing at the concert. Series composer Kenji Ito will appear at the scheduled concerts as a guest.

In December 2020, it was announced that a SaGa jazz arrangement album would release in March 2021. This album features a total of twelve songs and is currently available for purchase.

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