Trancenation of Suguri

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Trancenation of Suguri
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Publication Information
  Artist(s)   Orange_Juice
  DEKU
  Publisher(s)   Rockin' Android
  DEKU
  Release date   January 29th, 2006JP
  April 11th, 2007Melonbooks
  June 30th, 2009NA/EU
  December 21st, 2016iTunes
  Catalog No.   ORDD-0003
  Format   CD, Digital
  Length   1 hr. 8 min.

Trancenation of Suguri was composed by DEKU and consists of 19 original tracks making up the soundtrack for Suguri.

It was released as a CD album in Japan on January 29th, 2006.[1] Later, it was released in digital format on Melonbooks on April 11th, 2007.[2] On June 30th, 2009, Rockin' Android bundled the CD album alongside Hoshi no Kakera, Suguri, and Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition in SUGURI Perfect Edition and released it in western countries.[3] Eventually, the album saw a release through western outlets though the iTunes Store and Amazon on December 21st, 2016.[4][5]

Track List[edit | edit source]

No. Name Preview Length
1 Icarus 2:32
2 Visitors 1:41
3 Green Bird 5:32
4 First Encounter 6:02
5 Horizon 4:58
6 Tough & Intense 3:19
7 Silent Rythm 3:20
8 Impact 3:18
9 Stratosphere 4:07
10 Difference 4:53
11 Solitary As Fear 4:12
12 Air Fort 3:00
13 Rendezvous 4:33
14 Sinking The Kingpin 0:43
15 Light of the EARTH 3:01
16 Last Encounter 0:43
17 High Altitude 4:08
18 Power Resonance 3:08
19 Green Bird (END) 5:30

Due to the fact that Trancenation of Suguri, 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]

After the release of Trancenation of Suguri, Orange_Juice released 2 more tracks that were not included in the initial release of the album. The two tracks can be downloaded for free on Orange_Juice's website.[7]

No. Name Preview Length
20 Freedom Sky 3:36
21 Linear Light 3:08

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