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Deltarune Chapter 2 OST (FLAC, Album, Stereo) album cover

Toby FoxDeltarune Chapter 2 OST

Label:Not On Label (Toby Fox Self-released) – none
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47 x File, FLAC, Album, Stereo
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Genre:Electronic, Stage & Screen
Style:Soundtrack, Chiptune, Video Game Music

Tracklist

1Faint Glow1:17
2Girl Next Door0:54
3My Castle Town2:07
4Ohhhhohohoho!0:09
5Queen0:56
6A CYBER'S WORLD?2:46
7A Simple Diversion0:31
8Almost To The Guys!0:17
9Cool Beat0:17
10When I Get Mad I Dance Like This0:10
11Cyber Battle (Solo)
Arranged By, Transcription ByLena Raine
Composed ByToby Fox
1:47
12When I Get Happy I Dance Like This0:19
13Sound Studio1:08
14Berdly0:46
15Smart Race1:06
16Faint Courage (Game Over)0:52
17WELCOME TO THE CITY1:54
18Mini Studio0:51
19Holiday Studio1:08
20Cool Mixtape0:26
21HEY EVERY !0:18
22Spamton0:42
23NOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO BE A1:07
24Elegant Entrance1:18
25Bluebird Of Misfortune0:49
26Pandora Palace1:39
27KEYGEN0:15
28Acid Tunnel of Love1:30
29It's Pronounced "Rules"1:01
30Lost Girl1:20
31Ferris Wheel1:19
32Attack Of The Killer Queen
Arranged ByLena Raine
Composed ByToby Fox
Transcription ByMarcy Nabors
2:00
33Giga Size1:47
34Powers Combined0:16
35Knock You Down !!2:26
36The Dark Truth1:12
37Digital Roots0:33
38Deal Gone Wrong0:31
39BIG SHOT2:22
40A Real Boy!0:15
41Dialtone0:44
42sans.0:50
43Chill Jailbreak Alarm To Study And Relax To0:24
44You Can Always Come Home1:43
45Until Next Time
VocalsLaura Shigihara
1:02
46Before The Story1:30
47Berdly (Rejected Concept)0:20
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Notes

Bandcamp release of Deltarune Chapter 2 OST. Track 47 is hidden until download.

Reviews

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Krickis
Toby Fox's other soundtracks all have a problem where the song transitions are extremely jarring and the lack of looping makes songs extremely short. While his music is absolutely top-notch, the soundtracks have never done it justice. For once, I don't feel like that's a problem here. It's hard to place why, exactly. The songs for the most part still don't loop, but for once it sounds like a proper album where that doesn't matter. And, of course, the music is amazing. All in all, an extremely solid release. Hoping for a vinyl version.