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Sonic R is the original soundtrack album for the video game of the same name, and was released on 21 January 1998 in Japan for ¥2310 by Marvelous Entertainment Inc.. All of the tracks were composed by Richard Jacques and the vocal songs were sung by Teresa Jane Davis. Two exclusive remixes are featured at the end of album.

On June 2014, Sega announced a re-release of the album for Amazon and iTunes as a digital download, titled Sonic R (Original Soundtrack).[1] This version features seven exclusive tracks not in the original CD version and a revised track ordering, but it does not include the original two remixed tracks.

Track list

CD version

  1. "Can You Feel the Sunshine?" (5:04)
  2. "Living in the City" (4:47)
  3. "Back in Time" (4:32)
  4. "Work It Out" (4:38)
  5. "Diamond in the Sky" (4:55)
  6. "Super Sonic Racing" (4:03)
  7. "Number One" (4:00)
  8. "Start Fanfare" (0:08)
  9. "End Fanfare" (0:11)
  10. "Options Screen" (0:57)
  11. "Work it Out" (Red Raw Mix) (7:24)
  12. "Super Sonic Racing" (X-TRA Club Mix) (6:04)

Digital version

  1. "Title Screen" (0:45)
  2. "Options Screen" (0:55)
  3. "Start Fanfare" (0:08)
  4. "Resort Island: Can You Feel The Sunshine?" (5:03)
  5. "Radical City: Living In The City" (4:47)
  6. "Regal Ruin: Back In Time" (4:31)
  7. "Reactive Factory: Work It Out" (4:36)
  8. "Radiant Emerald: Diamond In The Sky" (4:54)
  9. "Super Sonic Racing" (4:01)
  10. "End Fanfare" (0:10)
  11. "Number One" (3:58)
  12. "Can You Feel the Sunshine?" (Instrumental) (4:31)
  13. "Living In the City" (Instrumental) (4:00)
  14. "Back In Time" (Instrumental) (4:30)
  15. "Work It Out" (Instrumental) (4:34)
  16. "Diamond In the Sky" (Instrumental) (4:19)
  17. "Super Sonic Racing" (Instrumental) (3:30)

Trivia

  • The cover shows Sonic's Sonic Adventure redesign (albeit missing the shoe soles), rather than his original design seen in the game.
    • The album released almost a year before Sonic's redesign first appeared in a game.

References

  1. セガ公式アカウント on Twitter (24 June 2014). Archived from the original on 24 March 2016. Retrieved on 10 January 2016.

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