SUGURI the Best

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SUGURI the Best
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Publication Information
  Artist(s)   Orange_Juice
  DEKU
  Publisher(s)   Fruitbat Factory
  DEKU
  Release date   December 31st, 2011JP
  January 6th, 2012Melonbooks
  December 28th, 2016iTunes
  March 7th, 2018Steam
  Catalog No.   ORDD-0014
  Format   CD, Digital
  Length   1 hr. 7 min.

SUGURI the Best was composed by DEKU and consists of 13 arranged "Best of" tracks from the Suguri series.

It was released as a CD album in Japan during Comiket 81, on December 31st, 2011.[1] Later, it was released in digital format on Melonbooks on January 6th, 2012.[2] Eventually, the album saw a release through western outlets though the iTunes Store and Amazon on December 28th, 2016[3][4] and on Steam, coinciding with the release of Acceleration of SUGURI 2, on March 7th, 2018.[5]

Track List[edit | edit source]

No. Name Preview Length
1 Daedalus 5:48
2 Menu 5:01
3 Green Bird 5:36
4 Gray Hued 4:16
5 First Encounter 6:08
6 Ice Cage 6:07
7 Stratosphere 5:14
8 Necessary 4:18
9 Rendezvous 7:16
10 Icarus 5:29
11 Sora no Kakera 3:26
12 Magical Girl of Miracles (instrumental) 4:17
13 Le Train 4:12

Due to the fact that SUGURI the Best, unlike the 100% Orange Juice soundtrack, is composed of commercial music and not royalty free music, the full duration of each song will not be played on 100% Orange Juice Wiki. Only previews from DEKU's spotify album will be shown.[6]

Additional Bonus[edit | edit source]

It was announced on June 21st, 2018 that anyone who purchased SUGURI the Best would have additional BGM options to select in their battles in Acceleration of SUGURI 2.[7] Owners of the soundtrack will be able to choose the following tracks before matches:

Additional BGMs for Acceleration of SUGURI 2
  • Daedalus
  • First Encounter
  • Gray Hued
  • Green Bird
  • Icarus
  • Ice Cage
  • Le Train
  • Magical Girl of Miracles - Instrumental
  • Necessary
  • Rendezvous
  • Stratosphere

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