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Sonic Heroes Original Soundtrax

Sonic Heroes Original Soundtrax
Soundtrack album to Sonic Heroes by Crush 40, Ted Poley, Tony Harnell, Kay Hanley, Gunnar Nelson, Julien-K, Nikki Gregoroff, Marlon Saunders, and Karen Brake
Released November 9, 2004
Genre Video game music with Pop and Rock
Label Wave Master
Producer Jun Senoue
Sonic the Hedgehog series chronology

Sonic Adventure Official Soundtrack
(2003)
Sonic Heroes Original Soundtrack
(2004)
Lost and Found: Shadow the Hedgehog Vocal Trax
(2006)

Sonic Heroes Original Soundtrax is a video game soundtrack album for the 2003 and 2004 video game Sonic Heroes. It was released as a CD on November 9, 2004.[1] The album contains thirty songs, plus twelve songs in Triple Threat: Sonic Heroes Vocal Trax. The album was also released in Indonesia on December 22, 2004, and only sold in Jabotabek, Surabaya, Medan and Bandung. The album was re-released in Japan as Sonic Heroes Original Soundtrack 20th Anniversary Edition on August 24, 2011 in Japan, but with only the songs from the game.

Track listing

Sonic Heroes Official Soundtrack/Sonic Heroes Original Soundtrack 20th Anniversary Edition
No. Title Length
1. "Sonic Heroes: Main Theme" (by Crush 40) 1:35
2. "We Can (Theme of Team Sonic)" (by Ted Poley and Tony Harnell) 3:18
3. "Stage 01: Seaside Hill"   1:36
4. "Stage 02: Ocean Palace"   2:01
5. "Follow Me (Theme of Team Rose)" (by Kay Hanley) 3:35
6. "System Screen: Select"   1:38
7. "Stage 03: Grand Metropolis"   1:50
8. "Stage 04: Power Plant"   1:04
9. "Special Stage: Bonus Challenge"   2:13
10. "Stage 05: Casino Park"   2:29
11. "Stage 06: Bingo Highway"   2:25
12. "Battle: Casino Area"   2:41
13. "This Machine (Theme of Team Dark)" (by Julien-K) 4:23
14. "Boss: Robot Carnival/Robot Storm"   2:18
15. "Stage 07: Rail Canyon"   2:39
16. "Stage 08: Bullet Station"   2:16
17. "Team Chaotix (Theme of Team Chaotix)" (by Gunnar Nelson) 3:42
18. "Boss: Egg Albatross"   1:39
19. "Event: Disquieting Shadow"   0:31
20. "Stage 09: Frog Forest"   1:55
21. "Stage 10: Lost Jungle"   4:14
22. "Special Stage: Emerald Challenge"   2:14
23. "Stage 11: Hang Castle"   4:42
24. "Stage 12: Mystic Mansion"   2:42
25. "Stage 13: Egg Fleet"   2:31
26. "Stage 14: Final Fortress"   2:24
27. "Event: Metal Sonic... the Ultimate Overlord"   1:24
28. "Last Boss: Metal Madness [Version 1]"   3:19
29. "What I'm Made of...: Last Boss/Metal Overlord [Version 2]" (by Crush 40) 3:43
30. "Event: Finale... Adventure Must Go On"   1:13
Triple Threat: Sonic Heroes Vocal Trax
No. Title Length
1. "Sonic Heroes: Main Theme" (by Crush 40)  
2. "We Can (Theme of Team Sonic)" (by Ted Poley and Tony Harnell)  
3. "This Machine (Theme of Team Dark)" (by Julien-K)  
4. "Follow Me (Theme of Team Rose)" (by Kay Hanley)  
5. "Team Chaotix (Theme of Team Chaotix)" (by Gunnar Nelson)  
6. "What I'm Made Of (Last Boss/Metal Overlord)" (by Crush 40)  
7. "My Sweet Passion" (by Nikki Gregoroff)  
8. "Lazy Days (Living in Paradise)" (by Ted Poley)  
9. "Unknown from M.E." (by Marlon Saunders)  
10. "Believe in Myself" (by Karen Brake)  
11. "It Doesn't Matter" (by Tony Harnell)  
12. "Open Your Heart" (by Crush 40)  

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