Music FAQ list for the multiple Castlevania games.

                                     by

                                   ReyVGM

                                 Version 1.1


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 Castlevania, it has to be the game series with the most varied and best
 musical compositions to grace the videogame world. From the unforgetable midi
 tunes, to Jazz, to Gothic Rock and Symphonic orchestras. Castlevania has always
 managed to excel in the music department.

 One of the things that puts a smile on a longtime Castlevania player is when
 Konami arranges an older song and uses it on a new game. Sometimes they reuse
 the same song many times (like Vampire Killer and Bloody Tears) and other times
 they remake obscure songs from lesser games such as Castlevania Chronicles
 and Haunted Castle. Konami even did the unthinkable, they used music from a
 non Castlevania MSX2 game - called King's Valley 2 - in Portrait of Ruin.
 I can't complain about it though, that song fit the game perfectly and the
 melody is amazing. In such cases, I will also list where a certain music track
 comes from, if it's from a previous game of the series.

 I will try my best to note the titles of all of the music tracks that have
 appeared on all the Castlevania games as accurately as possible.
 Most of the track titles come from official soundtracks, some of these
 soundtracks are written only in Japanese, so there is no way to get a perfect
 translation all the time unless Konami provides us with one.

 This FAQ is incomplete, if you want to make a correction or a contribution
 please use the following email address:

 ** reyvgm at hotmail dot com **

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 Use these quick codes to jump directly to the game of your choice. The codes
 are in alphabetical order. The individual game entries, however, are in
 chronological order.

 !ADTA = Akumajou Dracula The Arcade             (Arcade)
 !ADTM = Akumajou Dracula The Medal              (Arcade)
 !ADX6 = Akumajou Dracula                        (Sharp X68000)
 !AOS  = Castlevania Aria of Sorrow              (Game Boy Advance)
 !CC   = Castlevania Chronicles                  (Playstation)
 !COD  = Castlevania Curse of Darkness           (Playstation 2, Xbox)
 !COTM = Castlevania Circle of The Moon          (Game Boy Advance)
 !CV   = Castlevania                             (Famicom Disk System, NES)
 !CV2  = Castlevania 2                           (Famicom Disk System, NES)
 !CV3  = Castlevania 3                           (NES)
 !CV4  = Super Castlevania 4                     (Super NES)
 !CV2B = Castlevania II Belmont's Revenge        (Game Boy)
 !C64  = Castlevania                             (Nintendo 64)
 !CVA  = Castlevania The Adventure               (Game Boy)
 !CVAR = Castlevania The Adventure Rebirth       (Nintendo Wii)
 !CVBL = Castlevania Bloodlines                  (Sega Genesis)
 !CVJ  = Castlevania Judgment                    (Nintendo Wii)
 !CVL  = Castlevania Legends                     (Game Boy)
 !CVX  = Castlevania Dracula X                   (Super NES)
 !CVXC = Castlevania The Dracula X Chronicles    (Playstation Portable)
 !DOS  = Castlevania Dawn of Sorrow              (Nintendo DS)
 !HC   = Haunted Castle                          (Arcade)
 !HOD  = Castlevania Harmony of Dissonance       (Game Boy Advance)
 !LOD  = Castlevania Legacy of Darkness          (Nintendo 64)
 !LOI  = Castlevania Lament of Innocence         (Playstation 2)
 !LOS  = Castlevania Lords of Shadow             (Playstation 3, Xbox 360)
 !OOE  = Castlevania Order of Ecclesia           (Nintendo DS)
 !OOS  = Castlevania Order of Shadows            (Mobile Phones)
 !PACH = Pachislot Akumajou Dracula              (Slot Machine)
 !POR  = Castlevania Portrait of Ruin            (Nintendo DS)
 !ROB  = Akumajou Dracula X Rondo of Blood       (PC Engine CD)
 !SAT  = Akumajou Dracula: Gekka no Yasoukyoku   (Sega Saturn)
 !SOTN = Castlevania Symphony of The Night       (Playstation)
 !VK   = Vampire Killer                          (MSX2)


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 Code: !CV
 Title: Akumajou Dracula (Famicom Disk System, 1986, Japan)
        Castlevania (NES, 1987, USA)
 Composers: Kinuyo Yamashita, S.Terashima
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: Even though the FDS and MSX2 Akumajou Dracula games were developed
        at practically the same time, the FDS version was released first on
        September 1986 and the MSX2 version on October 1986.

        (*) Unknown to many, the game was never released for the Famicom in
        cartridge format until 1993, it was really released first on disk
        format for the Famicom Disk System in 1986. This release has a name
        entry screen before starting the game that features a music track not
        used again in any of the ports made to the game. In 1987, the game was
        ported to the American NES, and since cartridges (back then) didn't
        have the saving capabilities of the FDS discs, it had to ditch the
        name entry screen and with it went the music used on it.

        Also in 1987, the game was ported by Nintendo to their Playchoice 10
        and Vs. Arcade series. The music remained the same as the NES version.

        In 1990, the game was ported to the PC-DOS, Amiga and Commodore 64.
        The PC version has the same music tracks (hideous quality included) but
        some tracks were removed, such as the boss battle. Instead, the level
        tune keeps playing during the battle.
        The Commodore 64 version retains the same music, but the boss battle
        music is also missing. I don't know if it is a glitch or not, but on
        the Dracula Phase 1 battle just loops the game over song over and over.
        In the Amiga version, the "Vampire Killer" track now plays on the main
        menu, the intro music is completely changed and the original is now
        used on the map screen after a level is over, "Wicked Child" (which is
        the stage 3 music on the original) now plays on the first stage,
        there's also no boss theme, "Walking on The Edge" (which is the stage 4
        music on the original) now plays on the second stage. I couldn't
        stomach the game any further, but I guess similar changes will be
        found on later levels. Since those 1990 awful ports were not made by
        Konami, I'm not going to count them here.

        In 2002, the game was released for the PC as a compilation called
        "Konami Collector's Series: Castlevania & Contra" and it included all 3
        NES Castlevania games, the first 2 NES Contra games and the NES Jackal.
        The music remained the same as the originals.

        In 2004, the game was released in Japan for the Game Boy Advance as
        "Famicom Mini Vol. 29 Akumajou Dracula" and in 2005 for the USA as
        "Classic NES series: Castlevania". The music remained the same as the
        NES version.

        Akumajou Dracula / Castlevania has also been ported several times to
        various Mobile Phone services both in Japan and the USA, usually in
        the form of chapters. The music remained the same as the NES version.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and they are
        confirmed to be the actual official English music titles.
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 Song Title                              Game's Location            Original In
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 Underground                             Name Entry Screen                  (*)
 Prologue                                Entrance Animation                 -+-

 Vampire Killer                          Stage 1                            -+-
 Stalker                                 Stage 2                            -+-
 Wicked Child                            Stage 3                            -+-
 Walking On The Edge                     Stage 4 (Below Ground)             -+-
 Stalker                                 Stage 4 (Above Ground)             -+-
 Heart of Fire                           Stage 5                            -+-
 Out of Time                             Stage 6                            -+-

 Poison Mind                             Boss Fight                         -+-
 Nothing To Lose                         Dracula Battle Phase 1             -+-
 Black Night                             Dracula Battle Phase 2             -+-

 ????                                    Stage Clear                        -+-
 ????                                    All Clear                          -+-

 Voyager                                 Ending                             -+-

 ????                                    Player Dies                        -+-
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !VK
 Title: Akumajou Dracula (MSX2, 1986, Japan)
        Vampire Killer (MSX2, 1986, Europe)
 Composers: Kinuyo Yamashita, S.Terashima
 Music Rating: 6/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: The second of the Akumajou Dracula project that many thought came out
        before the Famicom version. This one was released in October, a month
        after the FDS version (which was released in September). It is best
        known by its European name, Vampire Killer, probably to distinguish it
        from the FDS/NES version.

        The sound is of much lower quality than the FDS version, however, some
        tracks have additional instruments added to them that makes them have
        a certain charm that the NES versions don't have. For example, the
        stage 2 (Stalker) and stage 3 (Wicked Child) themes, are much slower
        and a certain added instrument gives it enough edge over the NES
        version that makes both compositions stand on their own.

        This version doesn't contain the name entry screen music found in the
        original Famicom Disk System version and the ending contains a
        completely different song.

        There's no official soundtrack for this specific version of the game,
        so the track names come from several official soundtracks based on the
        NES version.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Prologue                                Entrance Animation                  CV

 Vampire Killer                          Stage 1                             CV
 Stalker                                 Stage 2                             CV
 Wicked Child                            Stage 3                             CV
 Walking On The Edge                     Stage 4 (Below Ground)              CV
 Stalker                                 Stage 4 (Above Ground)              CV
 Heart of Fire                           Stage 5                             CV
 Out of Time                             Stage 6                             CV

 Poison Mind                             Boss Fight                          CV
 Nothing To Lose                         Dracula Battle Phase 1              CV
 Black Night                             Dracula Battle Phase 2              CV

 ????                                    Stage Clear                         CV
 ????                                    All Clear                           CV

 ????                                    Ending                             -+-

 ????                                    Player Dies                         CV
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                    CV


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 Code: !CV2
 Title: Dracula II: Noroi no Fuuin (Famicom Disk System, 1987, Japan)
        Castlevania II Simon's Quest (NES, 1988, USA)
 Composers: Kenishi Matsubara, S.Terashima
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Complete
 Notes: Unknown to many, the game was never released for the Famicom in
        cartridge format, it was actually released for the Famicom Disk System
        in 1987 in disk format. This version of the game is missing some sound
        channels that the 1988 NES cartridge version added when the game was
        ported. This made the music in the NES version sound much better.

        "Bloody Tears" was originally composed first for the Arcade game
        Haunted Castle, but the song also ended up being used for Castlevania 2
        which was in development for the Famicom Disk System and in turn,
        ended up being released first.

        In the original FDS version, the mansion theme (Dwelling of Doom),
        was also played on the gates outside of them.

        In the 80's, the game was ported as one of those LCD Tiger Handheld
        games, but it is not an accurate rendition of the game. I assume the
        music, if there's any, will be different too. Since the game was not
        made by Konami, I will not count it here.

        In 2002, the game was released for the PC as a compilation called
        "Konami Collector's Series: Castlevania & Contra" and it included all 3
        NES Castlevania games, the first 2 NES Contra games and the NES Jackal.
        The music remained the same as the originals.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and they are
        confirmed to be the actual official English music titles.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Message of Darkness                     Password Screen                    -+-

 Bloody Tears                            Daylight Time                      -+-
 Monster Dance                           Night Time                         -+-

 The Silence of The Daylight             Town Stage                         -+-
 Dwelling of Doom                        Mansion Stage                      -+-
 Within These Castle Walls               Dracula's Castle                   -+-

 Last Boss                               Dracula Battle                     -+-

 A Requiem                               Ending                             -+-

 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !HC
 Title: Akumajou Dracula (Arcade, 1988, Japan)
        Haunted Castle (Arcade, 1988, USA)
 Composer: Kenishi Matsubara
 Music Rating: 5/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: "Bloody Tears" was originally composed first for this game, but the
        song also ended up being used for Castlevania 2 which was in
        development for the Famicom Disk System and in turn, ended up being
        released first.

        The stage 1 theme, fan translated as "Cross Your Heart", is now
        officially known as "Crucifix Held Close". This is due to the fact that
        there wasn't an official translation of that track until the DS
        Portrait of Ruin was released in the USA.

        Konami made a mistake when naming the Stage 4 and 5 songs. You see,
        Stage 4 is an underground type level, but according to the 2006 release
        of the "Oretachi Geesen Zoku: Haunted Castle Mini CD" soundtrack, the
        song is called "Clocktower's Fear". Stage 5 is a clocktower type level
        yet the song is called "Underground Melodies" acording to the same
        soundtrack. However, the 1988 soundtrack release of the "Konami Game
        Music Collection Volume 1" has both tracks combined into one file.
        In this one the tracks are named correctly and the song plays in order;
        Stage 4 first - called Basement Melody, then Stage 5 - called
        Clocktower's Fear. Whoever was in charge of naming the songs didn't do
        his homework because the song used on the clockwork stage (stage 5) was
        reused in Dawn of Sorrow under the name of "Underground Melodies",
        instead of "Clocktower's Fear". So it's obvious they looked at the 2006
        soundtrack, remade the stage 5 song and used the incorrect name.
        This is not the first time Konami has done that.

        In Japan, the game was ported to the Playstation 2 as the 2006 release
        of "Oretachi Geasen Zoku Sono 15: Akumajou Dracula". As far as I know,
        the music remained the same.

        The official "Oretachi Geesen Zoku: Haunted Castle Mini CD" soundtrack
        contains a bonus track named "Akumajou Dracula Super Sweep Mix", which
        is a medley of "Crucifix Held Close", "Don't Want Until Night" and
        "Bloody Tears". This track is not used in the game.

        The track names come from several official Japanese soundtracks,
        however, most of the names have not been officially translated by
        Konami. It is possible to find different title translations than the
        ones shown here.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Dracula's Resurrection                  Title Screen                       -+-
 Wedding March Tragedy                   Entrance Animation                 -+-

 Crucifix Held Close                     Stage 1                            -+-
 Devil's Lullaby                         Stage 2                            -+-
 No Return                               Stage 2 Draw Bridge Event          -+-
 Bloody Tears                            Stage 3                            CV2
 Underground Melodies                    Stage 4                            -+-
 Clocktower's Fear                       Stage 5                            -+-
 Don't Wait Until Night                  Stage 6                            -+-

 Devil's Revival                         Boss Fight                         -+-
 Dracula's Room                          Dracula Battle Phase 1             -+-
 The Last Fight                          Dracula Battle Phase 2             -+-

 Fight Again                             Stage Clear                        -+-

 Ending -Demon Castle's Collapse-        Ending                             -+-

 Never End                               Player Dies                        -+-
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   CV2
 Lullaby Sent To The Devil               Ranking Screen                     -+-


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 Code: !CVA
 Title: Dracula Densetsu (GB, 1989, Japan)
        Castlevania: The Adventure (GB, 1989, USA)
 Composer: H. Funauchi, S. Fukutake, N. Hanzawa
 Music Rating: 7/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: The stage 4 track (Revenge) has some very subtle "Heart of Fire" and
        "Bloody Tears" references sprinkled across the song. Both tunes are
        from Castlevania 1 and 2 respectively.

        Konami's own soundtrack, "Akumajou Dracula Best 2" incorrectly switched
        the order of the stage 2 and 3 theme. Let me explain: Stage 2 is a cave
        level and it's titled "Darkness", which is fitting for it, Stage 3 is
        filled with 1-hit death spikes and it's titled "Death Fair", which is
        also fitting for it. However, the soundtrack switched the song order.
        So, "Darkness" (which is the stage 2 song) is now the stage 3 theme
        and "Death Fair" (which is the stage 3 song) is now the stage 2 theme.
        This is not the first time Konami has made a mistake like this.

        The game was included in the 1997 Konami GB Collection Vol. 1 in Japan
        and in 1999 for the Konami GB Collection Vol. 1 in Europe. The music
        remained untouched.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and they are
        confirmed to be the actual official English music titles.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Start BGM                               Game Start                         -+-

 Battle of The Holy                      Stage 1                            -+-
 Darkness                                Stage 2                            -+-
 Death Fair                              Stage 3                            -+-
 Revenge                                 Stage 4                            -+-

 Kill! Kill! Kill!                       Boss Fight                         -+-
 Evil Devil                              Dracula Battle Phase 1             -+-
 Gate To Hell                            Dracula Battle Phase 2             -+-

 Stage Clear                             Stage Clear                        -+-

 Theme From "The Legend of Dracula"      Ending                             -+-
 Reprise                                 The End Screen                     -+-

 ????                                    Player Dies                        -+-
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !CV3
 Title: Akumajo Densetsu (FC, 1989, Japan)
        Castlevania III Dracula's Curse (NES, 1990, USA)
 Composers: Y. Sasaki, Jun Funahashi, Yukie Morimoto
 Music Rating: 10/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: The Japanese version of the game includes a more elaborate musical
        compostion. The names are the same, but the quality and instrumentation
        are different because of a more advanced sound chip that Konami used in
        the Japanese version. Even though the music sounds great and in high
        quality, nostalgia wins this time for me. I'll stay with the American
        soundtrack.

        The stage 1 song, "Beginning", is known as "Dreams of Triumph" in the
        1990 "Akumajo Dracula Famicom Best" soundtrack.

        The Stage 8 song, "Déjà vu", is actually "Vampire Killer", the stage 1
        song from the first Castlevania.

        In 2002, the game was released for the PC as a compilation called
        "Konami Collector's Series: Castlevania & Contra" and it included all 3
        NES Castlevania games, the first 2 NES Contra games and the NES Jackal.
        The music remained the same as the originals.

        In 2006, the game was ported to Japanese cellphones. As far as I know,
        the music remained the same as the original.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Prelude                                 Story Intro                        -+-
 Epitaph                                 Name Entry / Password Screen       -+-
 Prayer                                  Entrance Animation                 -+-

 Beginning                               Stage 1                            -+-
 Clockwork                               Stage 2                            -+-
 Mad Forest                              Stage 3                            -+-
 Dead Beat                               Stage 4-1                          -+-
 Anxiety                                 Stage 4-A                          -+-
 Nightmare                               Stage 5-1                          -+-
 Rising                                  Stage 5-A                          -+-
 Demon Seed                              Stage 6-1A                         -+-
 Aquarius                                Stage 6-1B                         -+-
 Pressure                                Stage 6-4B                         -+-
 Stream                                  Stage 6-A                          -+-
 Anxiety                                 Stage 7-1                          -+-
 Aquarius                                Stage 7-A                          -+-
 Déjà Vu                                 Stage 8                             CV
 Riddle                                  Stage 9                            -+-
 Pressure                                Stage A                            -+-

 Destiny                                 Path Selection                     -+-
 Encounter                               Spirit Encounter                   -+-

 Boss Fight                              Boss Fight                         -+-
 Overture                                Dracula Battle Phase 1 & 2         -+-
 Big Battle                              Dracula Battle Phase 3             -+-

 Block Clear                             Stage Clear                        -+-
 All Clear                               All Clear                          -+-

 Evergreen                               Ending                             -+-
 Flash Back                              Staff Roll                         -+-

 ????                                    Player Dies                         CV
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code:
 Title: Akumajou Dracula Special: Boku Dracula Kun (FC, 1990, Japan)
 Composer: Shinji Tasaka, Satoko Minami
 Music Rating: 5/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks, confirmation that the
          translation of the songs is accurate. Check the "Konami Famicom Music
          Memorial Best Vol 3" soundtrack for the original Japanese names.
 Notes: The "Go Go At The Castle" song is a silly and funny remix of
        "Beginning", the first level tune from Castlevania 3.

        Although the game is not an actual Castlevania game, it is related to
        the same universe due to the fact that it uses several Castlevania
        related enemies, graphics, music and even the main character is a
        chubby and funny version of Dracula.

        The track names come from the "Konami Famicom Music Memorial Best 3"
        official soundtrack. However, they might not be correctly translated.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 ????                                    Intro                              -+-
 Good Morning, Draccy                    Kid Dracula Awakens                -+-

 Go Go At The Castle                     Stage 1                            CV3
 Hop And Step Above The Clouds           Stage 2                            -+-
 ????                                    Stage 2 Ride                       -+-
 Water Cha Cha                           Stage 3                            -+-
 Everything Falls Down, Ouch Ouch Ouch   Stage 4                            -+-
 Calling Tiffany                         Stage 5                            -+-
 ????                                    Stage 5 Train                      -+-
 Sucharaka Pyramid                       Stage 6                            -+-
 ????                                    Stage 6 Platform                   -+-
 Oh No! Watch Out                        Stage 7                            -+-
 Calling Tiffany                         Stage 8                            -+-
 Liquor Battle                           Stage 9                            -+-

 ????                                    Bonus Game Selection               -+-
 ????                                    Bonus Game / Quiz                  -+-

 ????                                    Boss Fight                         -+-

 ????                                    Pre-Fight Dialogue                 -+-
 ????                                    Boss Defeated                      -+-

 Bye Bye, Draccy                         Ending                             -+-

 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !CV4
 Title: Akumajou Dracula (SFC, 1991, Japan)
        Super Castlevania IV (SNES, 1991, USA)
 Composers: Souji Taro, Masanori Oodachi
 Music Rating: 10/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: The title screen music is called "Demon Castle Dracula", which is
        also the Japanese name of the game. I assume that the American version
        of the name should or would be called "Castlevania", but since there's
        no official American soundtrack and the game's soundtest does not
        provide any names, I decided to leave the Japanese translation.

        The stage 1-1 theme, called "Prologue", is not related to the original
        Castlevania's intro theme also titled "Prologue".

        The Stage Map C theme is a slow and short version of "Bloody Tears".

        The story intro and Dracula's Battle Phase 1 theme, titled
        "Dracula's Theme" and "Dracula's Room" respectively, are technically
        different songs that share the same basic melody. The story intro
        theme is longer and much slower paced, while the Dracula's battle
        one is shorter and much faster paced.

        The Stage Clear victory fanfare is a short version of the stage 1
        music, the "Theme of Simon Belmont".

        The track names come from several official Japanese soundtracks,
        however, most of the names have not been officially translated by
        Konami. It is possible to find different title translations than the
        ones shown here.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Demon Castle Dracula                    Title Screen                       -+-
 Dracula's Theme                         Story Intro                        -+-
 ????                                    Name Entry / Password Screen       -+-

 Stage Map A                             Countryside Map                    -+-
 Stage Map B                             Dracula's Castle Map               -+-
 Stage Map C                             Dracula's Castle Stage A Map       CV2
 Stage Map D                             Dracula's Castle Stage B Map       -+-

 Prologue                                Stage 1-1                          -+-
 Theme of Simon Belmont                  Stage 1-2                          -+-
 Forest of Evil Spirits                  Stage 2                            -+-
 Limestone Cavern                        Stage 3-1                          -+-
 The Waterfalls                          Stage 3-2                          -+-
 The Submerged City                      Stage 3-3                          -+-
 The Trick Manor                         Stage 4-1                          -+-
 ????                                    Stage 4-3                          -+-
 Ascension To The Castle                 Stage 5                            -+-
 Knight Corridor                         Stage 6 (First Half)               -+-
 Banquet Hall                            Stage 6 (Second Half)              -+-
 Library, Room of Collections            Stage 7                            -+-
 Cellar                                  Stage 8                            -+-
 Treasure Room                           Stage 9                            -+-
 Bloody Tears                            Stage A                            CV2
 Vampire Killer                          Stage B-1                           CV
 Beginning                               Stage B-2                          CV3
 Room of Close Associates                Stage B-3                          -+-

 Hidden Room                             Bonus Room                         -+-

 Boss Theme                              Boss Fight A                       -+-
 Boss Theme 2                            Boss Fight B                       -+-
 Dracula's Room                          Dracula Battle Phase 1             -+-
 Theme of Simon Belmont                  Dracula Battle Phase 2             -+-

 Stage Clear                             Stage Clear                        -+-
 Dracula's Death                         Dracula Dies                       -+-

 Ending Theme                            Ending                             -+-

 ????                                    Player Dies                         CV
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !CV2B
 Title: Dracula Densetsu II (GB, 1991, Japan)
        Castlevania II Belmont's Revenge (GB, 1991, USA)
 Composer: H. Funauchi
 Music Rating: 10/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: The game has a soundtest if you put all hearts as your password.
        In that soundtest, the American version just gives you generic track
        names such as BGM 1 and Boss 1, while the Japanese version gives you
        the actual names as used on the official soundtrack releases.

        The Dracula Castle stage 2 theme, titled "Passpied", is taken from
        an actual 17th century dance that originated in Brittain called
        passepied (French for passing feet) and the Soleiyu battle theme,
        titled "Chromatische Phantasie", is taken from Sebastian Bach's
        Chromatic Fantasia symphonic composition. This is the first time
        Konami has used non gaming music in a Castlevania game.

        "Chromatische Phantasie" is referred to as "C. Phantasie" on the
        Japanese game's soundtest.

        The game was included in the 1998 Konami GB Collection Vol. 3 in Japan
        and in 2000 for the Konami GB Collection Vol. 4 in Europe. The music
        remained untouched.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the Japanese
        game's own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official
        English music titles.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Opening                                 Story Intro                        -+-
 Castle #1                               Password Screen                    -+-
 Start                                   Game Start                         -+-

 Journey To Chaos                        Stage Select Map                   -+-
 Castle #2                               Dracula's Castle Map               -+-

 New Messiah                             Crystal Castle                     -+-
 Ripe Seeds                              Plant Castle                       -+-
 Praying Hands                           Cloud Castle                       -+-
 Psycho Warrior                          Rock Castle                        -+-
 Original Sin                            Dracula Castle Stage 1             -+-
 Passpied                                Dracula Castle Stage 2             -+-

 Faith                                   Talking To Soleiyu                 -+-

 Road To Enemy                           Pre-Boss Area                      -+-
 Soleiyu's Room                          Pre-Soleiyu Battle Area            -+-
 Road To Enemy #2                        Pre-Dracula Battle Area            -+-

 Evil Gods                               Boss Fight                         -+-
 Chromatische Phantasie                  Soleiyu Battle                     -+-
 Sons of Satan                           Dracula Battle                     -+-

 Stage Clear                             Stage Clear                        CVA
 All Clear                               All Clear                          -+-

 Union                                   Ending                             -+-
 The End of The Day                      Staff Roll                         -+-

 ????                                    Player Dies                        CVA
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   CVA


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 ==============================================================================
 Code:
 Title: Akumajou Special: Boku Dracula-Kun (GB, 1993, Japan)
        Kid Dracula (GB, 1993, USA)
 Composer: A. Itoh
 Music Rating:  5/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Everything
 Notes: The "Go Go At The Castle" song is a silly and funny remix of
        "Beginning", the first level tune from Castlevania 3.

        Although the game is not an actual Castlevania game, it is related to
        the same universe due to the fact that it uses several Castlevania
        related enemies, graphics, music and even the main character is a
        chubby and funny version of Dracula.

        The track names come from the "Konami Famicom Music Memorial Best 3"
        official soundtrack. However, they might not be correctly translated.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Good Morning, Draccy                    Intro                              -+-
 ????                                    Password Screen                    -+-
 ????                                    Opening Story                      -+-

 ????                                    Map Screen A                       -+-
 ????                                    Map Screen B                       -+-

 Go Go At The Castle                     Stage 1 (First Half)               CV3
 ????                                    Stage 1 (Second Half)              -+-
 ????                                    Stage 2 (First Half)               -+-
 ????                                    Stage 2 (Second Half)              -+-
 ????                                    Stage 3 (First Half)               -+-
 Bye Bye, Draccy                         Stage 3 (Second Half)              -+-
 ????                                    Stage 4                            -+-
 Oh No! Watch Out                        Stage 5                            -+-
 ????                                    Stage 6                            -+-
 ????                                    Stage 7                            -+-
                                         Stage 8                            -+-

 ????                                    Bonus Game Selection               -+-
 ????                                    Bonus Game Instruction             -+-
 ????                                    Bonus Game A                       -+-
 ????                                    Bonus Game B                       -+-

 ????                                    Post-Stage Intermissions           -+-
 ????                                    Garamoth Speaks                    -+-
 ????                                    Kid Dracula Gets Mad               -+-

 ????                                    Boss Fight A                       -+-
 Liquor Battle                           Boss Fight B                       -+-
 ????                                    Garamoth Battle                    -+-

 ????                                    Boss Defeated                      -+-

 ????                                    Ending                             -+-

 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !ADX6
 Title: Akumajou Dracula (Sharp X68000, 1993, Japan)
 Composer: Shin Chan, Den Kobayashi
 Music Rating: 7/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: The "File Load BGM" track plays while you wait for the system to boot
        up the game.

        The official 1993 Dracula X soundtrack, which includes music from
        Dracula X, Bloodlines and Akumajou Dracula X68000, calls the game
        loading track as "File Load BGM". However, the 2001 Castlevania
        Chronicles official soundtrack calls it just "Load BGM".

        In the game's own soundtest, the stage 8 theme is reffered to as
        "Theme of Simon Belmondo" (Belmondo is Belmont's last name in Japan),
        but the official 2001 Castlevania Chronicles soundtrack calls it just
        "Simon's Theme".

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
File Load BGM                           Game Loading     (check soundtest)
-+-
 Black Mass                              Opening Cutscene                   -+-
 ????                                    Title Screen                       -+-
 Something Loopy                         Name Entry                         -+-
 The Bathead                             Entrance Animation                 -+-

 Vampire Killer                          Stage 1                             CV
 Thrashard In The Cave                   Stage 2                            -+-
 Wicked Child                            Stage 3                             CV
 Bloody Tears                            Stage 4                            CV2
 The Tower of Gears                      Stage 5                            -+-
 Moon Fight                              Stage 6 (First Half)               -+-
 The Tower of Dolls                      Stage 6 (Second Half)              -+-
 Etude For The Killer                    Stage 7                            -+-
 Theme of Simon Belmont                  Stage 8                            CV4

 Creatures In The Depth                  Boss Fight                         -+-
 Creatures In The Depth                  Dracula Battle Phase 1             -+-
 You Goddamned Bathead!                  Dracula Battle Phase 2             -+-

 Stage Clear                             Stage Clear                        -+-
 Last Stage Clear                        All Clear                          -+-

 Mother Earth                            Ending                             -+-

 Player Miss                             Player Dies                        -+-
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !ROB
 Title: Akumajou Dracula X Chi No Rondo (PC Engine CD, 1993, Japan)
 Composer: Akiropito, Jigokuguruma Nakamura, Sanoppi, Metal Yuhki
 Music Rating: 10/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: Stage X is a short joke level you get if you don't have the correct
        system card while booting the game. In that level, you play as a short,
        stocky, blobby Richter and when you reach Maria, it says that "you need
        a System Card 3 to be able to play the game" in the background. The
        music playing here is "Opus 13".

        There is also a Stage 0, but that one only contains sound effects,
        so it will not be counted here.

        The "Overture" track (played during the opening cutscene) is a much
        faster version of "Divine Bloodlines", the stage 1 song. It has nothing
        to do with the song also named "Overture" from Castlevania 3 though.

        Rondo's stage 2 song (Vampire Killer) is mixed with the opening of
        "Stalker", which is the stage 2 song in the original Castlevania.

        The stage 7 song, previously known as (rough translation) "Den", is now
        officially named "The Nest". This is due to the fact that there wasn't
        an official translation of it until the PSP Dracula X Chronicles was
        released in the USA. The original Japanese version is still called
        (rough translation) "Den" though. Also, "The Nest", is a composition
        made out of almost undistinguishable parts taken from "Vampire Killer"
        and "Bloody Tears", from Castlevania 1 and 2 respectively.

        If you rescue Iris & Tera with Richter (or Iris, Tera & Annette with
        Maria), you'll get the song called "Demo Scene 01" during the cutscene.

        The cutscene's music you get when rescue Annette with Richter, titled
        "Demo Scene 03", has some "Vampire Killer" (the original Castlevania's
        stage 1 song) refferences at the end of the song. If you rescue Annette
        with Maria, you get the "Demo Scene 01" music instead.

        The music you get in the imprisoned Annette cutscene, contains some
        "Demo Scene 03" refferences at the end of the song.

        The boss fight theme, previously known as (fan translation)
        "Dancing In Phantasmic Hell", is now officially known as "Dark Desires".
        This is due to the fact that there wasn't an official translation of
        that track until the PSP Dracula X Chronicles was released in the USA.
        The original Japanese version is still called (rough translation)
        "Wild Dance in the Illusionary Prison World" though.

        Another case of Konami mistakenly switching song names around...
        This time with the "Op. 13" and "Slash" songs. The game's soundtest
        names them correctly, but then several official soundtracks switched
        them around and confusion began.
        On a Q&A posted on IGA's own blog, IGA was asked if "Slash" was the
        title for the Stage 4' song and he answered: "yes, the composers
        confirmed it to me, soundtrack CD was mistaken".
        So for the record, the original game and the Dracula X Chronicles
        remake have the correct names, the old Rondo of Blood OST and the
        Dracula Battle Perfect Selection do not.

        "Op. 13" is sometimes referred to as "Opus 13" on some soundtracks.

        The official Dracula X Rondo of Blood soundtrack contains an arranged
        version of "Crucifix Held Close", which is Haunted Castle's stage 1
        theme. The song was not used in the actual game.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks, the game's
        own soundtest and the PSP remake. They are confirmed to be the actual
        official English music titles. Some English titles vary from the
        actual Japanese names though.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Requiem                                 Game Menu                          -+-
 Overture                                Opening Cutscene                   -+-

 Opus 13                                 Stage X                            -+-
 Divine Bloodlines                       Stage 1                            -+-
 Vampire Killer                          Stage 2                             CV
 Cross Fear                              Stage 2'                           -+-
 Bloody Tears                            Stage 3                            CV2
 Cemetery                                Stage 3'                           -+-
 Beginning                               Stage 4                            CV3
 Slash                                   Stage 4'                           -+-
 Ghost Ship Painting                     Stage 5                            -+-
 Op. 13                                  Stage 5'                           -+-
 Former Room                             Stage 6                            -+-
 Poison Mind                             Stage 6 (Boss Montage)              CV
 The Nest                                Stage 7                            -+-
 Poison Mind                             Stage 8                             CV

 ????                                    Rescuing Maria Cutscene            -+-
 Demo Scene 01                           Rescuing The Maidens Cutscene      -+-
 ????                                    Imprisoned Annette Cutscene        -+-
 Demo Scene 03                           Richter Rescues Annette Cutscene   -+-

 Former Room                             Pre-Boss Area                      -+-
 Dark Desires                            Boss Fight                         -+-
 Dance of Illusions                      Dracula Battle                     -+-

 Stage Clear                             Stage Clear                         CV
 All Clear                               All Clear                           CV

 March of The Righteous                  Richter's Staff Roll               -+-
 Mary Samba                              Maria's Staff Roll                 -+-

 Player Out                              Player Dies                         CV
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                    CV


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 Code: !CVBL
 Title: Vampire Killer (Mega Drive, 1994, Japan)
        Castlevania Bloodlines (Genesis, 1994, USA)
        Castlevania: The New Generation (Mega Drive, 1994, Europe)
 Composer: Michuru Yamane
 Music Rating: 7/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: "Vampire Killer", "Bloody Tears" and "Beginning" are three bonus tracks
        found on the sound test or as the weapon's 4th level of power if you do
        a certain cheat on the options screen.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and they are
        confirmed to be the actual official English music titles.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 The Beating In The Darkness             Title Screen                       -+-
 Mysterious Curse                        Password Screen                    -+-
 A Vision of Dark Secrets                Story Intro                        -+-
 Bonds of Brave Men                      Character Select                   -+-
 ????                                    Entrance Animation                 -+-

 Arduous Journey                         Map Screen                         -+-

 Reincarnated Soul                       Stage 1-1                          -+-
 Nothing To Lose                         Stage 1-10                          CV
 The Sinking Old Sanctuary               Stage 2                            -+-
 The Discolored Wall                     Stage 3                            -+-
 Iron Blue Intention                     Stage 4                            -+-
 The Prayer of A Tragic Queen            Stage 5                            -+-
 Calling From Heaven                     Stage 6-1                          -+-
 Theme of Simon Belmont                  Stage 6-9                          CV4

 Messenger From Devil                    Mid Boss Fight                     -+-
 The 6 Servants of The Devil             Boss Fight                         -+-
 The Vampire's Stomach                   Dracula Battle                     -+-

 ????                                    Invincible                         -+-
 Vampire Killer                          Power Up A (Secret)                 CV
 Bloody Tears                            Power Up B (Secret)                CV2
 Beginning                               Power Up C (Secret)                CV3

 Stage Clear With Red Crystal            Stage Clear                        -+-
 ????                                    Dracula Defeated                   -+-

 Together Forever                        Ending                             -+-
 Requiem For The Nameless Victims        Staff Roll                         -+-

 ????                                    Player Dies                        -+-
 After The Good Fight                    Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 ==============================================================================
 Code: !CVX
 Title: Akumajou Dracula XX (SFC, 1995, Japan)
        Castlevania Dracula X (SNES, 1995, USA)
        Castlevania: Vampire's Kiss (SNES, 1996, Europe)
 Composers: Tomoya Tomita, Masahiko Kimura, Harumi Ueko, Masanari Iwata
 Music Rating: 8/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: The stage 1 song, now officially named "Divine Bloodlines", has been
        known by several names such as "Bloodlines", "Opposing Bloodlines" and
        the most literal Japanese one: "Descendants of Heaven and Earth".
        This is due to the fact that there wasn't an official translation of it
        until the PSP Dracula X Chronicles was released in the USA.

        In the original PC-Engine CD version of the game, the stage 2 song
        (Vampire Killer) was mixed with the opening of "Stalker", which is the
        stage 2 song in the original Castlevania. In this version of the game,
        such mix does not happen.

        The stage 7 song, previously known as (rough translation) "Den", is now
        officially named "The Nest". This is due to the fact that there wasn't
        an official translation of it until the PSP Dracula X Chronicles was
        released in the USA. The original Japanese version is still called
        (rough translation) "Den" though. Also, "The Nest", is a composition
        made out of almost undistinguishable parts taken from "Vampire Killer"
        and "Bloody Tears", from Castlevania 1 and 2 respectively.

        The boss fight theme, previously known as (fan translation)
        "Dancing In Phantasmic Hell", is now officially known as "Dark Desires".
        This is due to the fact that there wasn't an official translation of
        that track until the PSP Dracula X Chronicles was released in the USA.
        The original Japanese version is still called (rough translation)
        "Wild Dance in the Illusionary Prison World" though.

        The credits song is a much slower version of "Divine Bloodlines",
        the stage 1 song.

        Even though this game is based on Rondo of Blood, most of the music
        is arranged to start and end in a different manner when compared to
        the original versions.

        Due to a mistake found on several official soundtracks, the stage 5
        track was incorrectly called "Slash". The actual name is "Op. 13".

        "Op. 13" is sometimes referred to as "Opus 13" in some soundtracks.

        There's no official soundtrack for this specific version of the game,
        so the track names come from several official soundtracks based on
        the PC-Engine CD version.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 ????                                    Story Intro                        -+-
 ????                                    Password / Map Screen              -+-

 Divine Bloodlines                       Stage 1-1                          ROB
 ????                                    Stage 1-6                          -+-
 Vampire Killer                          Stage 2                             CV
 Bloody Tears                            Stage 3                            CV2
 Cemetery                                Stage 4                            ROB
 Cemetery                                Stage 4'                           ROB
 Op. 13                                  Stage 5                            ROB
 Ghost Ship Painting                     Stage 5'                           ROB
 Beginning                               Stage 6                            CV3
 The Nest                                Stage 7                            ROB

 ????                                    Rescuing The Maidens               -+-

 Dark Desires                            Boss Fight                         ROB
 Dance of Illusions                      Dracula Battle                     ROB

 ????                                    Stage Clear                        -+-

 ????                                    Ending                             -+-
 ????                                    Staff Roll                         -+-

 Player Out                              Player Dies                         CV
 ????                                    Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 ==============================================================================
 Code: !SOTN
 Title: Akumajou Dracula X Gekka no Yasoukyoku (PS, 1997, Japan)
        Castlevania: Symphony of The Night (PS, 1997, USA)
        Castlevania: Symphony of The Night (Xbox Live & PSN, 2007, USA)
 Composers: Michuru Yamane, Rika Muranaka
 Music Rating: 10/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: The release of Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles brought a lot of
        new translated names for the music. For clarity, I will leave the
        original names as found on the soundtest for this release and use the
        new names on the Dracula X Chronicles release.

        The Game Menu theme, called "Prayer", is not related to the opening
        praying animation from Castlevania 3, which is also titled "Prayer".

        The music from the introductory stage with Richter, called "Prologue",
        is not related to the original Castlevania's intro theme or Super
        Castlevania 4's stage 1-1 music, which are also titled "Prologue".

        The game's library soundtest calls the Introduction theme as
        "Moonlight Nocturne". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of
        Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack release calls it
        "Nocturne In The Moonlight", which is the Japanese game's translated
        subtitle.

        The game's library soundtest calls the Alchemy Laboratory theme as
        "Dance of Gold". However, the 2006 "Castlevania 20th Anniversary
        Collection" soundtrack calls it as "Golden Dance".

        The game's library soundtest calls the Marble Gallery theme just like
        the name of its area, "Marble Gallery". However, the 2006 "Castlevania
        20th Anniversary Collection" soundtrack calls it "Marble Corridor".

        The game's library soundtest calls the Outer Wall theme as
        "Tower of Mist". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence
        Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Tower of Evil Fog".

        The Marble Gallery and Outer Wall theme, titled "Marble Gallery" and
        "Tower of Mist" respectively, are actually the same composition only
        arranged differently.

        The Long Library theme, titled "Wood Carving Partita", is cut short
        in the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack.

        The game's library soundtest calls the Royal Chapel theme as
        "Requiem For The Gods". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of
        Innocence Music Sampler" and the 2006 "Castlevania 20th Anniversary
        Collection" soundtrack call it "Requiem of The Gods".

        The game's library soundtest calls the Abandoned Mine and Cave theme
        as "Abandoned Pit". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence
        Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Path of The Departed". Also, in
        that same soundtrack, the song is cut short.

        The game's library soundtest calls the Olrox's Quarters theme as
        "Dance of Pales". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence
        Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Waltz of Pearls".

        The game's library soundtest calls the Clock Tower theme as
        "The Tragic Prince". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence
        Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Young Nobleman of Sadness".

        The game's library soundtest calls the theme played in most of the
        inverted castle as "Finale Toccata". However, the 2003 "Castlevania
        Lament of Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack release calls it
        "The Final Toccata".

        The game's library soundtest calls the Richter Battle theme as
        "Blood Relations". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence
        Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Strange Bloodline". Also, in the
        official Castlevania Symphony of the Night soundtrack, the song is
        cut short.

        The "Blood Relations" track (fight with Richter) is a mix created
        from pieces of Rondo of Blood's stage 1 theme called
        "Divine Bloodlines" and a new composition.

        The game's library soundtest contains a track named "Silence", as far
        as I know, this song is unused and only found there.

        (*) In the Japanese Playstation re-releases and Saturn versions of
        SotN, you can have the Japanese exclusive Sprite Familiar sing a
        secret song titled "Nocturne". This song was removed in the American
        version of the game.

        (**) If you pop in the game's disc on a CD player, you'll hear Alucard
        tell you not to play track 1 because it contains computer data. After
        he ends his speech, you'll hear a hidden song not used anywhere on
        the game. The song seems to be an extreme and undistinguishable remix
        of "Dracula's Castle", the Entrance theme.

        (***) Some hackers found a hidden unused song buried inside the game's
        disc data along the few MIDI music files the game has. It is unknown
        for what was that music track planned for.

        In 1999, the game was ported as one of those LCD Tiger Handheld games,
        but it is not an accurate rendition of the game. I assume the music,
        if there's any, will be different too. Since the game was not made by
        Konami, I will not count it here.

        (****) In 2007 the game was ported to the Xbox Live service in the form
        of a downloadable game. Later on, an official patch update was applied
        that removed the credits song "I Am The Wind". Instead the ending song
        from Lament of Innocence, "Admiration Towards the Clan", plays. It is
        called "Admiration of Clan" in the game though. Also, due to space
        issues, the three FMV's (Metamorphosis 1, 2 and 3) were removed. They
        were re-added for the Japanese version though. The Playstation Network
        release, as far as I know, remains untouched.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles. Some English titles vary from the actual Japanese names
        though.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Prayer                                  Game Menu                          -+-
 Metamorphosis 1                         Opening Cutscene                   -+-
 Moonlight Nocturne                      Story Intro                        -+-

 Prologue                                Final Stage: Bloodlines            -+-
 Dracula's Castle                        Entrance                           -+-
 Dance of Gold                           Alchemy Laboratory                 -+-
 Marble Gallery                          Marble Gallery                     -+-
 Tower of Mist                           Outer Wall                         -+-
 Wood Carving Partita                    Long Library                       -+-
 Requiem For The Gods                    Royal Chapel                       -+-
 Dance of Pales                          Olrox's Quarters                   -+-
 Wandering Ghosts                        Colosseum                          -+-
 Crystal Teardrop                        Underground Caverns                -+-
 Abandoned Pit                           Abandoned Mine                     -+-
 Rainbow Cemetery                        Catacombs                          -+-
 The Tragic Prince                       Clock Tower                        -+-
 Door To The Abyss                       Marble Gallery's Abyss             -+-
 Heavenly Doorway                        Castle Keep                        -+-

 Metamorphosis 2                         Inverted Castle Cutscene           -+-

 Heavenly Doorway                        Reverse Keep                       -+-
 Finale Toccata                          Reverse Clock Tower                -+-
 Finale Toccata                          Reverse Outer Wall                 -+-
 Lost Painting                           Forbidden Library                  -+-
 Finale Toccata                          Black Marble Gallery               -+-
 Finale Toccata                          Death Wing's Lair                  -+-
 Lost Painting                           Anti-Chapel                        -+-
 Lost Painting                           Reverse Caverns                    -+-
 Abandoned Pit                           Cave                               -+-
 Curse Zone                              Floating Catacombs                 -+-
 Finale Toccata                          Reverse Entrance                   -+-
 Finale Toccata                          Necromancy Laboratory              -+-
 Door of Holy Spirits                    Reverse Colosseum                  -+-
 Door To The Abyss                       Black Marble Gallery's Abyss       -+-

 Master Librarian                        Master Librarian's Shop            -+-
 ????                                    Confession Room                    -+-

 Dance of Illusions                      Introductory Dracula Battle        ROB
 Festival of Servants                    Boss Fight A                       -+-
 Death Ballad                            Boss Fight B                       -+-
 Enchanted Banquet                       Succubus & Medusa Battle           -+-
 Blood Relations                         Richter Battle                     ROB
 Black Banquet                           Dracula Battle                     -+-

 Metamorphosis 3                         Ending Cutscene                    -+-
 I Am The Wind                           Staff Roll                      (****)

 Nocturne                                Bonus (Fairy Familiar Sings)       (*)
 Silence                                 Extra (Sound Test)                 -+-

 ????                                    Warning Message Music             (**)
 ????                                    Hidden Unused Track              (***)

 Land of Benediction                     Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 ==============================================================================
 Code: !CVL
 Title: Akumajou Dracula: Shikkoku Taru Zensoukyoku (GB, 1997, Japan)
        Castlevania Legends (GB, 1998, USA)
 Composer: Kaoru Okada, Youichi Iwata
 Music Rating: 3/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the music tracks.
 Notes: There's no official soundtrack for the game, but the game contains a
        hidden soundtest only meant for the developers. Some of the tracks
        are just named "Okada1" (after Kaoru Okada, the sound designer) and
        "Kaiwa1" (probably after a combination of KA-oru and IWA-ta, the other
        sound designer). The rest of the tracks have actual names. For clarity,
        I will use the default names in the soundtest until an official
        translation becomes available.

        The soundtest contains four unused songs. One of them is the exact
        same tune that plays when your character dies in the first Game Boy
        Castlevania (the final game ended up using a modified version of it
        though). The next one is called "Continue", which was going to be used
        on the game over screen, but the final game opted for silence instead.
        I can't tell where the other two songs, named "Okada 1" and "Okada E",
        were going to be used, but they both seem to be the exact same song.

        The title screen music is an almost indistinguishable remake of
        "Prologue", the intro theme from the first Castlevania.

        The Dracula Battle Phase 2 song uses a short piece of the
        "Vampire Killer" melody, the stage 1 theme from Castlevania.

        The Password/Mode Select theme is named "A Requiem", just like the
        Castlevania 2 ending theme. The two are not related though.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Title                                   Title Screen                        CV
 A Requiem                               Password / Mode Select             -+-
 Prologue                                Story Intro                        -+-

 Bloody Tears                            Stage 1                            CV2
 Guest Hall                              Stage 2                            -+-
 ???? (Okada 8)                          Stage 3                            -+-
 ???? (Okada 9)                          Stage 4                            -+-
 A Sanctuary of Dracula                  Stage 5                            -+-
 ???? (Okada B)                          Hidden Stage                       -+-

 ???? (Kaiwa)                            Talking To Alucard                 -+-
 ???? (Kaiwa 2)                          Talking To Dracula                 -+-

 Trap                                    Enemy Battle Endurance             -+-
 Boss 2                                  Mid Boss Fight                     -+-
 Battle                                  Boss Fight                         -+-
 Alucard                                 Alucard Battle                     -+-
 ???? (Okada F)                          Dracula Battle Phase 1             -+-
 ???? (Okada G)                          Dracula Battle Phase 2              CV

 ???? (Okada H)                          Ending (First Part)                -+-
 A Lullaby                               Ending (Secret Second Part)        -+-

 ????                                    Extra (Sound Test)                 CVA
 Continue                                Extra (Sound Test)                 -+-
 ???? (Okada 1 & E)                      Extra (Sound Test)                 -+-

 ????                                    Player Dies                        CVA


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 Code: !SAT
 Title: Akumajou Dracula X: Gekka no Yasoukyoku (Saturn, 1998, Japan)
 Composers: Michuru Yamane, Kaoru Okada, T. Ohsono, J. Kirashima, Rika Muranaka
 Music Rating: 10/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: This is an enhanced port of the Playstation version with new areas
        and music tracks added. The soundtest is accessible on the title screen
        right from the start, it contains all the music found on the original
        Playstation release, plus the new compositions.

        The release of Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles brought a lot of
        new translated names for the music. For clarity, I will leave the
        original names as found on the Saturn game and the English Playstation
        version's soundtest for this release and use the new names on the
        Dracula X Chronicles release.

        The Game Menu theme, called "Prayer", is not related to the opening
        prayer animation from Castlevania 3, which is also titled "Prayer".

        The music from the introductory stage with Richter, called "Prologue",
        is not related to the original Castlevania's intro theme or Super
        Castlevania 4's stage 1-1 music, which are also titled "Prologue".

        The Entrance theme, titled "Dracula's Castle", loops differently in
        this version when compared to the original Playstation and soundtrack
        versions.

        In Richter mode, the music in the Entrance area of the castle changes
        to "Bloody Tears Remix.1" and in Maria mode, it changes to
        "Vampire Killer Remix.2".

        The Marble Gallery and Outer Wall theme, titled "Marble Gallery" and
        "Tower of Mist" respectively, are actually the same composition only
        arranged differently.

        The Long Library theme, titled "Wood Carving Partita", is cut short
        in the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack.

        The Ground Water Vein theme, titled "Crystal Teardrop", has a longer
        ending in this version when compared to the original Playstation and
        soundtrack versions.

        The game's library soundtest calls the Abandoned Pit To The Catacomb
        and Cave theme as "Abandoned Pit". However, the 2003 "Castlevania
        Lament of Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it
        "Path of The Departed". Also, in that same soundtrack, the song is
        cut short.

        The Hell Garden theme, titled "Beginning Remix.1", prominently features
        the "Bloody Tears" intro across the song.

        The "Master Librarian" track uses a higher quality instrumentation in
        the Saturn version, probably because the original Playstation version
        of the track used the system's own MIDI synthesizers to sequence the
        music as opposed to Redbook audio which the Saturn version uses.

        The entrance theme when playing as Richter and the Skeleton Leader
        boss theme, titled "Bloody Tears Remix.1" and "Bloody Tears Remix.2"
        respectively, sound almost indistinguisable alike. However, upon
        closer inspection, you'll notice slightly different instrumentation
        used on certain parts.

        The game's library soundtest calls the Richter Battle theme as
        "Blood Relations". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence
        Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Strange Bloodline". Also, in the
        official Castlevania Symphony of the Night soundtrack, the song is
        cut short.

        The fight with Richter theme, titled "Blood Relations", is cut short
        in the official Castlevania Symphony of the Night soundtrack.

        The "Blood Relations" track (fight with Richter) is a mix created
        from pieces of Rondo of Blood's stage 1 theme called
        "Divine Bloodlines" and a new composition.

        When you reach Shaft while playing with Maria, the battle theme will
        be "Guardian" instead of "Death Ballad". "Guardian" is also the
        theme you get when you battle Maria when playing as Alucard.

        The game's library soundtest contains a track named "Silence", as far
        as I know, this song is unused and only found there as a bonus.

        In the original Playstation version, if you popped in the game's disc
        on a CD player, you would hear Alucard tell you not to play track 1
        because it contains computer data. After that warning, you got to
        hear a hidden song not used anywhere on the game. In the Saturn
        version, you still get the warning message but not the song.

        In this version of the game, you can listen to the Sprite Familiar
        sing a secret song, titled "Nocturne", if you fulfill certain
        conditions.

        There's no official soundtrack for this specific version of the game,
        so the track names come from the game's own soundtest and several
        official soundtracks and soundtests based on the Playstation version.
        Some English titles vary from the actual Japanese names though.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Prayer                                  Game Menu                         SOTN
 Metamorphosis NO.1                      Opening Cutscene                  SOTN
 Moonlight Nocturne                      Story Intro                       SOTN

 Prologue                                Final Stage: Bloodlines           SOTN
 Dracula's Castle                        Entrance                          SOTN
 Bloody Tears Remix.1                    Entrance (As Richter)              CV2
 Vampire Killer Remix.2                  Entrance (As Maria)                 CV
 Dance of Gold                           Alchemy Laboratory                SOTN
 Marble Gallery                          Marble Gallery                    SOTN
 Tower of Mist                           Outer Wall                        SOTN
 Wood Carving Partita                    Long Library                      SOTN
 Requiem For The Gods                    Royal Chapel                      SOTN
 Dance of Pales                          Olrox's Room                      SOTN
 Wandering Ghosts                        Colosseum                         SOTN
 Vampire Killer Remix.1                  Underground Garden                  CV
 Crystal Teardrop                        Ground Water Vein                 SOTN
 Chaconne c.moll                         Cursed Prison                      -+-
 Abandoned Pit                           Abandoned Pit To The Catacomb     SOTN
 Rainbow Cemetery                        Catacomb                          SOTN
 The Tragic Prince                       Clock Tower                       SOTN
 Door To The Abyss                       Marble Gallery's Abyss            SOTN
 Heavenly Doorway                        Castle Keep                       SOTN

 Metamorphosis NO.2                      Inverted Castle Cutscene          SOTN

 Heavenly Doorway                        Reverse Keep                      SOTN
 Finale Toccata                          Reverse Clock Tower               SOTN
 Finale Toccata                          Reverse Outer Wall                SOTN
 Lost Painting                           Forbidden Library                 SOTN
 Finale Toccata                          Black Marble Gallery              SOTN
 Finale Toccata                          Death Wing's Lair                 SOTN
 Lost Painting                           Anti-Chapel                       SOTN
 Lost Painting                           Reverse Ground Water Vein         SOTN
 Vampire Killer Remix.2                  Reverse Cursed Prison               CV
 Abandoned Pit                           Cave                              SOTN
 Curse Zone                              Floating Catacombs                SOTN
 Beginning Remix.1                       Hell Garden                        CV3
 Finale Toccata                          Reverse Entrance                  SOTN
 Finale Toccata                          Necromancy Laboratory             SOTN
 Door of Holy Spirits                    Reverse Colosseum                 SOTN
 Door To The Abyss                       Black Marble Gallery's Abyss      SOTN

 Master Librarian                        Master Librarian's Shop           SOTN
 ????                                    Confession Room                   SOTN

 Dance of Illusions                      Introductory Dracula Battle        ROB
 Festival of Servants                    Boss Fight A                      SOTN
 Death Ballad                            Boss Fight B                      SOTN
 Bloody Tears Remix.2                    Skeleton Leader Battle             CV2
 Enchanted Banquet                       Succubus & Medusa Battle          SOTN
 Guardian                                Maria Battle                       -+-
 Blood Relations                         Richter Battle                     ROB
 Black Banquet                           Dracula Battle                    SOTN

 Metamorphosis NO.3                      Ending Cutscene                   SOTN
 I Am The Wind                           Staff Roll                        SOTN

 Nocturne                                Bonus (Sprite Familiar Sings)     SOTN
 Silence                                 Extra (Sound Test)                SOTN
 Beginning Remix.2                       Extra (Sound Test)                 CV3

 Land of Benediction                     Game Over Screen                  SOTN


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 Code: !C64
 Title: Castlevania (N64, 1998, USA)
        Akumajou Dracula Mokushiroku (N64, 1999, Japan)
 Composers: Masahiko Kimura, Motoaki Furukawa, Mariko Egawa
 Music Rating: 7/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: With the advent of 3D gaming, games were able to get more cinematic,
        usually in the form of cutscenes. Such cutscenes normally contained
        short music clips that unfortunately never end up being included in
        the official soundtracks. Also, certain tracks in the game share the
        same basic song but have different intros, lead-ins or finales. In
        such cases, I will add it here as an observation.

        The opening cutscene theme, even though it appears to be one song, is
        actually split in two parts. The first half plays in the opening,
        titled "Introduction" and the second half plays in the title screen,
        titled "Sing of Blood Pulse" (according to the Castlevania 20th
        Anniversary soundtrack). In the official Japanese soundtrack, the
        song is combined into one track, correctly called (rough translation)
        "Opening - 'Sign of Blood Pulse' ". However, in the official European
        soundtrack, it is just called "Introduction". In addition,
        "Sing of Blood Pulse" is actually a short version of Rondo of Blood's
        stage 1 theme "Divine Bloodlines".

        The game menu theme, titled "Setting", is known in the official
        Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation) "Select". This same theme
        gets remixed in the Castle Center theme, titled "Dungeon - Main Theme"
        and the staff roll theme, titled "Credits".

        The music from the Story Intro, titled "Prologue", is not related to
        the original Castlevania's intro theme, Super Castlevania 4's stage
        1-1 music or the Symphony of the Night introductory stage with Richter,
        which are also titled "Prologue".

        The 1st stage (Forest of Silence) and the 8th stage (Room of Clocks)
        don't have any music aside from the ones included in certain cutscene
        events that happen across the stage.

        The Tunnel stage theme, titled "Underground Tunnel", is known in the
        official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Underground Tunnel - 'Invisible Sorrow' ".

        The Underground Waterway stage theme, titled "Underground Waterway",
        is known in the official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Underground Waterway - 'Dark Green Trap' ".

        The Castle Center stage theme, titled "Dungeon - Main Theme", is known
        in the official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Castle Center ~ Main Theme". The song is a mix of the game menu theme,
        titled "Setting" and a new composition.

        The Castle Keep stage theme, titled "Stairway To The Clouds",
        is known in the official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Stairway To The Dark Clouds".

        The theme you get when the drawbridge lowers after beating the stage 1
        boss, titled "Intrusion", is also reused on the very last stage when
        Malus reveals itself as the real Dracula.

        The short theme you get when you enter the Castle Wall utilizes the
        "Bloody Tears" melody intro.

        The theme you get when you encounter Dracula while managing the gate
        mechanism on the top of the Castle Wall contains part of the
        "Bloody Tears" melody. Also, the innitial part of this theme is
        reused on the theme you get when Death and Actrise are defeated later
        on in the game and when you encounter Dracula yet again.

        The theme you get when you arrive at the Villa is actually a short
        version of the game menu theme, titled "Setting".

        The theme you get when you meet Charlie Vincent inside the Villa's
        Mannor is actually split in two parts. The first part plays when
        you meet him for the first time and the second part plays when he
        realizes you are not an enemy. In addition, the second part also plays
        when you meet Renon the Demon Salesman, but with a different 5 second
        intro. It also plays a third time when you encounter Malus the second
        time in the Castle Center, but with a different instrumentation.
        Finally, if you spent more than 30,000 gold on Renon's shop, he will
        appear in the last level and enforce the contract on you and the same
        melody will again play, but with different instruments.

        The theme you get when you meet the villager inside the Villa's Mannor,
        titled "Hamlet People", is known in the official Japanese soundtrack as
        (rough translation) "Villager". Also, the song is really split in three
        parts. The first part plays when the villager enters the room you're
        in, the second part plays when you notice he doesn't have a reflection
        in the mirror and the third part plays when he reveals himself to be a
        vampire.

        The theme you get when you meet Renon the Demon Salesman inside the
        Villa's Mannor for the first time, is also the same music used on the
        second half of the theme you get when you meet Vincent the first time.
        The only difference here is a 5 second intro the other theme doesn't
        have. It also plays a third time when you encounter Malus the second
        time in the Castle Center, but with a different instrumentation.
        Finally, if you spent more than 30,000 gold on Renon's shop, he will
        appear in the last level and enforce the contract on you and the same
        melody will again play, but with different instruments.

        The theme you get when you reach the Villa's final boss, titled
        "Mysterious Coffin", is actually split in two parts. The first part
        plays when you are approaching the coffin and it's a cut-short version
        of the same theme you got when you entered the Castle Wall back on
        stage 2. The second part plays when the vampire reveals itself and it
        is partially reused again in the theme you get when Rosa sacrifices
        itself for you in the Room of Clocks before battling Death.

        The theme you get when the Spiderwomen appear in the Tunnel is also
        used when you encounter the bleeding statue in the Castle Center and
        when Malus appears while you escape the destruction of the Castle Keep.
        All three have different intros, endings and instrumentations.

        The theme you get when Rosa tries to commit suicide in the Tunnel,
        titled "Lamented Rose", is known in the official Japanese soundtrack
        as (rough translation) "Rosa's Sorrow".

        The theme you get when you encounter the bleeding statue in the Castle
        Center was also used where the Spiderwomen appeared in the Tunnel stage
        and when Malus appears while you escape the destruction of the Castle
        Keep.

        The theme you get when you encounter Malus the second time in the
        Castle Center, titled "Malus Reappears", is split in two parts. The
        first part plays when you spot him across the room and start talking
        with him. This part of the theme is also used when you encountered
        Vincent and Renon, albeit with different instrumentation. The second
        part plays when he starts saying evil things and runs away. This part
        gets reused at the very end of Carrie's bad ending. In the official
        soundtrack, the actual first half of the song used is the one found
        when you meet Renon for the first time and not the one that plays when
        you encounter Malus for the second time. Also, it is known in the
        official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation) "Malus' Emergency".

        The theme you get before fighting Carrie Fernandez's cousin, titled
        "Cipher", is actually a mistranslation of Sypha. Carrie's actual last
        name in Japan is Belnades, not Fernandez. That relative you fight is
        the dead body of Sypha Belnades.

        The theme you get when Rosa sacrifices herself for you before fighting
        Death is actually split in two parts. The first part plays when Death
        appears twrowing scytes at you and Rosa steps in a takes the fatal
        hit for you. This part was also reused back on the Villa before
        battling the final boss of the level. The second part plays after
        Rosa dies and Schneider holds her in his arms.

        The theme you get after Death and Actrise are defeated contains
        certain parts of the previous theme you got back in the Castle Wall
        when you encountered Dracula and again when you encounter him on the
        Castle Keep.

        The theme you get when you encounter Renon in the last stage (if you
        managed to spend more than 30,000 gold) is also the same theme used
        when you met Vincent and Renon for the first time in the Villa stage
        and when you encountered Malus for the second time in the Castle
        Center stage, albeit with different instrumentation.

        The theme you get on the Castle Keep when you encounter Dracula has
        parts of the theme you got when you encountered Dracula in the Castle
        Wall stage and when Death and Actrise are defeated. Also, the same
        theme contains part of the story intro theme, titled "Prologue".

        The theme you get when you are escaping the destruction of the Castle
        Keep, titled "Castle Escape", is known in the official Japanese
        soundtrack as (rough translation) "Escape From The Castle Keep".

        The theme you get when you encounter Malus while escaping the Castle
        Keep is also used when you encounter the Spiderwomen in the Tunnel
        stage and the bleeding statue in the Castle Center. All three have
        different intros, endings and instrumentations.

        The theme you get when you converse with Malus after the destruction
        of the Castle Keep also contains the same theme used when the
        drawbridge lowers to grant you access to the Castle Wall back on
        stage 1, titled "Intrusion".

        The theme you get when Malus is on the floor after you defeated his
        first Dracula phase contains part of the theme used back when you
        first met him on the Villa's Maze Garden.

        The theme you get when the final Dracula phase appears also contains
        the same theme used when the drawbridge lowers to grant you access
        to the Castle Wall back on stage 1, titled "Intrusion".

        The most heard boss theme, titled "Shudder", actually contains seven
        different variations with different intros and instrumentations. The
        version used on the soundtrack is the very first one you hear on
        the Forest of Silence when you encounter the huge skeleton.

        The next boss theme, titled "First Struggle", is known in the
        official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation) "Struggle 1".

        Yet another boss theme, titled "Second Struggle", is known in
        the official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Struggle 2 - 'Wild Dance In The Illusionary Prison World' ". This
        is the same boss theme used in Rondo of Blood officially known as
        "Dark Desires" and was previously known as (fan translation)
        "Dancing In Phantasmic Hell".

        Even another boss theme, titled "Third Struggle", is known in
        the official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Struggle 3 - 'Dance of Illusions' ". This is originally from Rondo
        of Blood's last boss theme titled "Dance of Illusions" and also
        known in Dawn of Sorrow as "Illusionary Song".

        The boss theme used for the Behemoth and final Dracula battle,
        titled "Fourth Struggle - Concert of Another Dimension", is known in
        the official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Struggle 4 - 'Another Dimension Rhapsody' ".

        There are two bad endings, one for each character. It starts with the
        same composition, but have different ways of ending. In the official
        European soundtrack, the one specifically used is Carrie's bad ending
        theme, plainly titled "Bad Ending". In the actual game, Carrie's bad
        ending has an additional music bit taken from the second part of the
        theme you get in the Castle Center stage when you encounter Malus the
        second time, titled "Malus Reappears". In addition, the official
        Japanese soundtrack calls the bad ending theme as (rough translation)
        "Shadow Oath - Bad Ending".

        Schneider's good ending theme, titled "Schneider's Good Ending" in
        the European soundtrack, is known in the Japanese soundtrack as
        (rough translation) "Reunion - Schneider Good Ending".

        Carrie's good ending theme, titled "Carrie's Good Ending" in the
        European soundtrack, is known in the Japanese soundtrack as (rough
        translation) "Pale Grave - Carrie Good Ending".

        The staff roll theme, titled "Credits", is a mix of the game menu
        theme, titled "Setting", and a new composition. In addition, it is
        known in the official Japanese soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Staff Roll".

        The Game Over theme initially appears to contain only sound effects.
        But after 30 seconds, you'll hear a short version of the Title Screen
        theme, "Sing of Blood Pulse", in the distance.

        (*) Some hackers found a hidden unused song buried inside the game's
        ROM, including a few unused variations of songs that did make it into
        the final game. It is unknown for what were those music tracks planned
        for.

        The official soundtrack contains three bonus songs. The first, called
        "Melodies of Castlevania" is a mix of. The second one, called
        "Invisible Sorrow", is an extreme? arrangement of the Underground
        Tunnel theme. The third one, called "Night of Peace And Quiet" is
        an arrangement of Carrie's Good Ending.

        The track names come from the official European soundtrack. However,
        the game contains a myriad of short and long event clips that weren't
        included in the soundtrack and there's no soundtest, so there will
        probably never be official names for the unnamed tracks. Some English
        titles vary from the actual Japanese names though.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Introduction                            Opening Cutscene                   -+-
 Sing of Blood Pulse                     Title Screen                       ROB
 Setting                                 Game Menu                          -+-
 ????                                    Game Start                         -+-
 Prologue                                Story Intro                        -+-

 Watchtower                              Castle Wall                        -+-
 Annex - Silent Madness                  Villa (Inside Manor)               -+-
 Underground Tunnel                      Tunnel                             -+-
 Underground Waterway                    Underground Waterway               -+-
 Dungeon - Main Theme                    Castle Center                      -+-
 Duel Tower                              Duel Tower                         -+-
 Tower of Science                        Tower of Science                   -+-
 Tower of Execution                      Tower of Execution                 -+-
 Tower of Sorcery                        Tower of Sorcery                   -+-
 Toothed Wheel                           Clock Tower                        -+-
 Stairway To The Clouds                  Castle Keep                        -+-

 ????                                    Rise of The Skeletons              -+-
 Intrusion                               Castle Wall Drawbridge Lowers      -+-
 ????                                    Entering The Castle Wall           -+-
 ????                                    Rendezvous With Dracula            -+-
 Setting                                 Arriving At The Villa              -+-
 ????                                    Encountering A Vampire             -+-
 Rose                                    Meeting Rosa                       -+-
 ????                                    Meeting Charlie Vincent            -+-
 Hamlet People                           Villager Turns Into A Vampire      -+-
 ????                                    Meeting Renon                      -+-
 ????                                    Meeting Malus                      -+-
 Maze Garden                             Chasing Malus In The Maze Garden   -+-
 Mysterious Coffin                       Encountering Another Vampire       -+-
 ????                                    Victim Turns Into A Vampire        -+-
 ????                                    Secret Path In The Coffin          -+-
 ????                                    Spiderwomen Appear                 -+-
 Lamented Rose                           Rosa Tries To Commit Suicide       -+-
 ????                                    Fishmen Appear                     -+-
 Actrise                                 Meeting Actrise                    -+-
 ????                                    Bleeding Statue                    -+-
 Malus Reappears                         Encountering Malus Again           -+-
 Planetarium                             Arranging The Godesses             -+-
 ????                                    Breaking The Magic Seal            -+-
 ????                                    Destroying The Magic Seal Wall     -+-
 Unexpected Encounter                    Meeting Death And Evil Rosa        -+-
 ????                                    Evil Rosa Is Defeated              -+-
 Cipher                                  Meeting Fernandez's Cousin         -+-
 ????                                    Fernandez's Cousin Dies            -+-
 ????                                    Carrie Mourns Cousin's Death       -+-
 ????                                    Rosa Sacrifices Herself            -+-
 ????                                    Death Is defeated                  -+-
 ????                                    Getting Ready To Fight Actrise     -+-
 ????                                    Actrise Is Defeated                -+-
 ????                                    Renon Enforces The Contract        -+-
 ????                                    Renon Transforms Into A Demon      -+-
 ????                                    Vincent Turns Into A Vampire       -+-
 ????                                    Approaching Dracula's Coffin       -+-
 ????                                    Ready To Fight Dracula             -+-
 ????                                    Dracula Is Defeated                -+-
 Castle Escape                           Escaping The Castle Keep           -+-
 ????                                    Malus Appears Yet Again            -+-
 ????                                    Malus Reveals To Be Real Dracula   -+-
 ????                                    Malus Lies On The Floor            -+-
 ????                                    Malus Transforms Into Final Drac.  -+-
 ????                                    Final Dracula Appears              -+-
 ????                                    Final Dracula Is Defeated          -+-

 ????                                    Hellhound Fight                    -+-
 Shudder                                 Boss Fight A                       -+-
 First Struggle                          Boss Fight B                       -+-
 Second Struggle                         Boss Fight C                       ROB
 Third Struggle                          Boss Fight D                       ROB
 Concert of Another Dimension            Boss Fight E                       -+-

 Moment of Silence                       Bad Ending (First Part)            -+-
 Bad Ending                              Bad Ending (Second Part)           -+-
 Malus Reappears                         Bad Ending Finale (As Carrie)      -+-
 Schneider's Good Ending                 Good Ending (As Schneider)         -+-
 Carrie's Good Ending                    Good Ending (As Carrie)            -+-
 Credits                                 Staff Roll                         -+-

 ????                                    Hidden Unused Track                (*)

 ????                                    Game Over Screen                   ROB


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 Code: !LOD
 Title: Akumajo Dracula Mokushiroku Gaiden Legend of Cornell (N64, 1999, Japan)
        Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness (N64, 1999, USA)
 Composer: Masahiko Kimura, Motoaki Furukawa, Mariko Egawa
 Music Rating: 8/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes:
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
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 Code: !CC
 Title: Akumajou Nendaiki: Akumajou Dracula (PS, 2001, Japan)
        Castlevania Chronicles (PS, 2001, USA)
 Composer: Sota Fujimori, Hiroshi Lizuka, Shin Chan
 Music Rating: 7/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: This collection contains the original Sharp X68000 game and an arranged
        version of the game. Aside from the arrangements made to all the music,
        the Chronicles soundtrack remains mostly the same as the original,
        minus the "File Load BGM" song found on the original Sharp X68000
        release (although, it is found on the soundtest).

        In the remake, the stage 1 song (Vampire Killer) is a mix of three
        songs from the original Castlevania: It starts with the "Prologue"
        music, then "Vampire Killer" plays, then a shorter version of "Stalker"
        kicks in and it ends with a remixed version of "Vampire Killer". In
        the original game, such mix does not happen.

        The original game mode's soundtest calls the stage 8 theme as
        "Theme of Simon Belmondo" (Belmondo is Belmont's last name in Japan),
        but the official 2001 Castlevania Chronicles soundtrack calls it just
        "Simon's Theme"

        The official Chronicles soundtrack release features an extra track
        called "Ending Movie" which plays on the ending FMV. I didn't include
        it here because it's not a song, it's just the sound effects of the
        castle crumbling while the ending FMV is playing.

        The official Chronicles soundtrack has two bonus tracks not used in
        the game. One is "Bloody Tears RMX" arranged as a techno song and the
        other is "Dracula -Medley-", a medley of "Prologue", "Vampire Killer",
        "Stalker", "Heart of Fire" and "Out of Time" from the NES Castlevania.

        The American version of the game features a movie interview with Koji
        Igarashi (the game's Producer), the music playing during the interview
        is "Final Toccata", "Requiem For The Gods" and "Metamorphosis 2" from
        the Playstation game Castlevania: Symphony of The Night.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Black Mass                              Opening Cutscene                  ADX6
 ????                                    Title Screen                      ADX6
 Something Loopy                         Name Entry                        ADX6
 The Bathead                             Entrance Animation                ADX6

 Vampire Killer                          Stage 1                             CV
 Thrashard In The Cave                   Stage 2                           ADX6
 Wicked Child                            Stage 3                             CV
 Bloody Tears                            Stage 4                            CV2
 The Tower of Gears                      Stage 5                           ADX6
 Moon Fight                              Stage 6-1                         ADX6
 The Tower of Dolls                      Stage 6-2                         ADX6
 Etude For The Killer                    Stage 7                           ADX6
 Theme of Simon Belmont                  Stage 8                            CV4

 Creatures In The Depth                  Boss Fight                        ADX6
 Creatures In The Depth                  Dracula Battle Phase 1            ADX6
 You Goddamned Bathead!                  Dracula Battle Phase 2            ADX6

 Stage Clear                             Stage Clear                       ADX6
 Last Stage Clear                        All Clear                         ADX6

 Mother Earth                            Ending                            ADX6

 Load BGM                                Extra (Sound Test)                ADX6

 Player Miss                             Player Dies                       ADX6
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                  ADX6


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 Code: !COTM
 Title: Akumajou Dracula: Circle of the Moon (GBA, 2001, Japan)
        Castlevania: Circle of The Moon  (GBA, 2001, USA)
        Castlevania (GBA, 2001, Europe)
 Composer: Sotaro Tojima, Hiroshi Mitsouka
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Complete
 Notes: The story intro theme, titled "Sign of Blood Pulse", is from the N64
        Castlevania's introduction theme. However, in the N64 original, the
        song was actually split in two parts. The first half played in the
        opening, titled "Introduction", and is the song actually used for this
        game. The second half of the song played in the title screen, titled
        "Sing of Blood Pulse", and is not used in this game despite the
        soundtrack incorrectly saying it is. "Sing of Blood Pulse" is really a
        short version of "Divine Bloodlines", which is Rondo of Blood's stage 1
        song. In short, the actual "Sign of Blood Pulse" track is not used in
        this game, Konami just used the wrong name... again.

        Once Hugh & Nathan fall during the game's intro, you'll end up in the
        Catacomb. Initially the music will be "Nightmare", but it will then
        change to "Awake" for the rest of the game.

        The Underground Warehouse theme, titled "The Trick Manor", is a mix
        of both music tracks that played in Super Castlevania IV's stage 4.

        The Dracula battle theme, titled "Dance of Illusions", is known in the
        N64 Castlevania and Legacy of Darkness as "Third Struggle".

        The track names come from several official Japanese soundtracks,
        however, most of the names have not been officially translated by
        Konami. It is possible to find different title translations than the
        ones shown here.
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 Requiem                                 Title Screen / Game Menu           ROB
 Sign of Blood Pulse                     Story Intro                        C64

 A Vision of Dark Secrets                Dracula's Revival & Defeat Event  CVBL
 Inversion                               Hugh & Nathan Fall Event           -+-

 Nightmare                               Catacomb (Innitially)              CV3
 Awake                                   Catacomb                           -+-
 The Sinking Old Sanctuary               Abyss Stairway                    CVBL
 The Sinking Old Sanctuary               Audience Room                     CVBL
 The Sinking Old Sanctuary               Outer Wall                        CVBL
 The Sinking Old Sanctuary               Triumph Hallway                   CVBL
 Clockwork                               Machine Tower                      CV3
 Fate To Despair                         Eternal Corridor                   -+-
 Fate To Despair                         Chapel Tower                       -+-
 Aquarius                                Underground Gallery                CV3
 The Trick Manor                         Underground Warehouse              CV4
 Nightmare                               Underground Waterway               CV3
 Vampire Killer                          Observation Tower                   CV
 The Sinking Old Sanctuary               Ceremonial Room                   CVBL

 Shudder                                 Boss Fight A                       C64
 Big Battle                              Boss Fight B                       CV3
 Dance of Illusions                      Dracula Battle Phase 1             ROB
 Proof of Blood                          Dracula Battle Phase 2             -+-

 Soul Hill Repose                        Ending                             -+-
 Circle of The Moon                      Staff Roll                         -+-

 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   CV4


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 Code: !HOD
 Title: Castlevania: Byakuya no Concerto (GBA, 2002, Japan)
        Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (GBA, 2002, USA)
 Composers: Soshiro Hokkai, Michuru Yamane
 Music Rating: 7/10 Stars
 Status: Complete
 Notes: This one is a mess. The Japanese and American version's soundtest
        share, more or less, the same song names. However, in the American
        version, some names of the castle areas were changed to match the names
        of the music. Also, the official Japanese soundtrack release contains
        a few radically different names than the ones found on the soundtest,
        if (often incorrect) fan translations are to be believed. For clarity,
        I will use the default names found in the soundtest, minus the ones
        found in the soundtrack that are already in English, until an official
        translation becomes available.

        The title screen theme, named "Title BGM", is actually split in two
        parts in the soundtest. In the American version it's called
        "Title BGM 1" and "Title BGM 2". In the Japanese version it's called
        "Titleback 1" and "Titleback 2". In the game's official soundtrack, it
        is combined into one track.

        The name entry theme, titled "Name Entry 2K2", is actually the music
        originally used for the file select screen in the Famicom Disk System
        version of Castlevania, titled "Underground", which was never included
        in any of the ports made to the game. In the game's soundtest, the
        track is plainly called "Name Entry". I used the official soundtrack's
        name on the FAQ because it was already in English and it supplants the
        thoughtless soundtest name.

        The themes from the story intro and the item collection room, titled
        "Prologue (Theme of Maxim Kischine)" and "Item Collection Room BGM"
        respectively (according to the game's soundtest), are both the exact
        same song. The theme when you talk to Maxim Kischine, titled
        "Theme of Maxim Kischine", is also the same song, but with certain
        pauses and longer segments. Only "Prologue (Theme of Maxim Kischine)"
        is used in the official soundtrack and it bears the same name.

        The Entrance theme, titled "Successor of Fate (Juste Belmont Theme)",
        is known in the Japanese and American game's soundtest as
        "Entrance (Theme of Juste Belmont)". I used the name found on the
        official Harmony of Dissonance and "Castlevania 20th Anniversary"
        soundtrack because it was already in English and it supplants the
        thoughtless soundtest name.

        The Marble Corridor and Room of Illusion theme, titled
        "Marble Corridor" in the game's soundtest, is known in the official
        soundtrack as (rough translation) "Offense And Defense". I will
        maintain the soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an official
        translation.

        The Shrine of The Apostates and Wailing Way's theme, titled
        "Shrine of The Apostates" in the game's soundtest, is known in the
        official soundtrack as (rough translation) "Approach of Lamentation".
        I will maintain the soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an
        official translation.

        The Castle Treasury and Castle Top Floor's theme, titled
        "Castle" in the game's soundtest, is known in the official soundtrack
        as (rough translation) "Castle To The Heart of The Demon". I will
        maintain the soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an official
        translation.

        The Skeleton Cave theme, titled "Skeleton Cave" in the game's
        soundtest, is known in the official soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Skeleton Den". I will maintain the soundtest nomenclature until Konami
        provides an official translation.

        The Chapel of Dissonance and Sky Walkway's theme, titled
        "Chapel of Dissonance" in the game's soundtest, is known in the official
        soundtrack as (rough translation) "Sky Chapel". I will maintain the
        soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an official translation.

        The Clock Tower theme, titled "Clock Tower" in the game's soundtest, is
        known in the official soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Mechanical Tower Casualty". I will maintain the soundtest nomenclature
        until Konami provides an official translation.

        The merchant shop theme, titled "Theme of Merchant" in the game's
        soundtest, is known in the official soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Selling Things At My Place (Theme of Merchant)". I will maintain the
        soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an official translation.

        The theme you get when you talk to Lydie Elranger, titled
        "Theme of Lydie Elranger" according to the game's own soundtest,
        is known in the official soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Beloved Person (Lydie Elranger's Theme)". I will maintain the
        soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an official translation.

        The theme you get when you talk to Death, titled "Theme of Death"
        in the game's soundtest, is known in the official soundtrack as (rough
        translation) "He Who Swears Allegiance To The Dark (Death Theme)".
        I will maintain the soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an
        official translation.

        The theme you get when you talk to Dracula, titled "Theme of Dracula"
        in the game's soundtest, is known in the official soundtrack as (rough
        translation) "Embodiment of Darkness (Dracula's theme)". I will
        maintain the soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an official
        translation.

        According to the game's soundtest, there are seemingly three boss fight
        themes. In reality, it's the same song. It cleverly starts on different
        lengths of the track and thus, gives the impression of three different
        songs. However, only the first track (Boss Loop Pattern A) is actually
        used in the game, the other two (Boss Loop Pattern B & C) remain as
        bonus tracks on the soundtest. The official soundtrack only includes
        the first song. Also, it is known in the official soundtrack as (rough
        translation) "Decisive Battle". I will maintain the soundtest
        nomenclature until Konami provides an official translation.

        The Dracula battle theme, titled "Last Battle" in the game's soundtest,
        is known in the official soundtrack as (rough translation) "Old Enemy".
        I will maintain the soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an
        official translation.

        The good ending theme, titled "Epilogue 2 (Theme of Lydie Elranger)"
        in the game's soundtest, is known in the official soundtrack as (rough
        translation) "Epilogue 2 (Theme of Lydie, Variation)". I will maintain
        the soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an official
        translation.

        The credits theme, titled "Credits (Theme of Juste Belmont)" in the
        American game's soundtest and "Credits (Juste Theme Reprise)" in the
        Japanese game's soundtest, is known in the official soundtrack as
        (rough translation) "Successor of Fate (Theme of Juste, Variation)".
        I will maintain the soundtest nomenclature until Konami provides an
        official translation.

        The boss rush theme, titled "Extra Stage Music 1" in the game's
        soundtest, is known in the official soundtrack as (rough translation)
        "Black Door". I will maintain the soundtest nomenclature until Konami
        provides an official translation.

        The boss rush boss fight theme, titled "Extra Stage Music 2" in the
        game's soundtest, is known in the official soundtrack as (rough
        translation) "Knight Head". I will maintain the soundtest nomenclature
        until Konami provides an official translation.

        The boss rush theme when you play as the bonus character Simon Belmont,
        titled "VK2K2" (Vampire Killer 2002), is a medley of "Vampire Killer"
        from the NES Castlevania and "Clockwork" from Castlevania 3. In the
        game's own soundtest, the track is actually called
        "Extra Stage Music 3 "Vampire Killer" ". I used the official
        soundtrack's song name on the FAQ because it was already in English and
        it supplants the thoughtless soundtest name.

        The theme you get in boss rush mode when the player dies, while
        playing as Simon Belmont, is titled "Extra Stage Music 4" according to
        the game's soundtest. This, however, is the same theme you get in the
        old school Castlevania's when the player dies.

        The official Harmony of Dissonance soundtrack contains an arraged bonus
        track titled "Chapel of Dissonance (Arranged Version)".

        In 2006, the game was released for the GBA as a compilation called
        "Castlevania Double Pack" which included Harmony of Dissonance and
        Aria of Sorrow. The music remained the same as the originals.

        The track names come from several official Japanese soundtracks, and
        the Japanese and American game's own soundtest. However, some of the
        tracks have generic names that might or might not be changed by Konami
        in the future. It is possible to find different title translations than
        the ones shown here.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Title BGM                               Title Screen                       -+-
 Name Entry 2K2                          Name Entry Screen                   CV
 Prologue (Theme of Maxim Kischine)      Story Intro                        -+-

 Successor of Fate (Juste Belmont Theme) Entrance                           -+-
 Marble Corridor                         Marble Corridor                    -+-
 Shrine of The Apostates                 The Wailing Way                    -+-
 Shrine of The Apostates                 Shrine of The Apostates            -+-
 Marble Corridor                         Room of Illusion                   -+-
 Castle                                  Castle Treasury                    -+-
 Skeleton Cave                           Skeleton Cave                      -+-
 Castle                                  Castle Top Floor                   -+-
 Luminous Caverns                        Luminous Cavern                    -+-
 Chapel of Dissonance                    Sky Walkway                        -+-
 Aqueduct of Dragons                     Aqueduct of Dragons                -+-
 Clock Tower                             Clock Tower                        -+-
 Chapel of Dissonance                    Chapel of Dissonance               -+-

 Theme of Merchant                       Merchant's Shop                    -+-
 The Item Collection Room BGM            Item Collection Room               -+-

 Boss (Loop Pattern A)                   Talos Opening Chase Event          -+-

 Theme of Maxim Kischine                 Talking To Maxim Kischine          -+-
 Theme of Lydie Elranger                 Talking To Lydie Erlanger          -+-
 Theme of Death                          Talking to Death                   -+-
 Theme of Dracula                        Talking to Dracula                 -+-
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 Boss (Loop Pattern A)                   Boss Fight                         -+-
 Last Battle                             Dracula Battle                     -+-

 Epilogue 1                              Bad Ending                         -+-
 Epilogue 2 (Theme of Lydie Elranger)    Good Ending                        -+-
 Theme of Maxim Kischine                 Ending (Maxim Mode)                -+-
 Credits (Theme of Juste Belmont)        Staff Roll                         -+-

 Extra Stage Music 1                     Boss Rush Area                     -+-
 Extra Stage Music 2                     Boss Rush Boss Fight               -+-
 VK2K2                                   Boss Rush Area (As Simon)      CV, CV3
 Extra Stage Music 4                     Boss Rush Player Dies (As Simon)    CV

 Boss (Loop Pattern B)                   Extra (Sound Test)                 -+-
 Boss (Loop Pattern C)                   Extra (Sound Test)                 -+-

 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   CVA


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 Code: !AOS
 Title: Castlevania: Akatsuki no Minuet (GBA, 2003, Japan)
        Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (GBA, 2003, USA)
 Composer: Michuru Yamane, Soshiro Hokkai, Takashi Yoshida
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Complete
 Notes: This one is a mess. In the American game's soundtest, Konami again
        named the songs just like the areas they are in.
        The Castle Corridor theme, titled "Castle Corridor" in the game's
        soundtest, is known as "Destined Cruz" in the 2003 "Castlevania Lament
        of Innocence Music Sampler". In 2005, it was then known as (rough
        translation) "Cross of Fate" according to the "Castlevania Lament of
        Innocence Original Soundtrack". It is now currently known as
        "Ruined Castle Corridor" according to the the 2006 "Castlevania 20th
        Anniversary Collection" soundtrack. I will use the last soundtrack's
        release name, since it's already in English, until Konami figures
        out the one they are going to keep.

        The Chapel theme, titled "Chapel" in the game's soundtest, is known
        as "Requiem For The Dark Souls" in the 2003 "Castlevania Lament
        of Innocence Music Sampler" and the 2005 "Castlevania Lament of
        Innocence Original Soundtrack". I used the official soundtrack's
        song name on the FAQ because it was already in English and it
        supplants the thoughtless soundtest name.

        The Study theme, titled "Study" in the game's soundtest, is known in
        the Japanese soundtest as (rough translation) "Demon Castle Study".
        I will maintain the American soundtest nomenclature until Konami
        provides an official translation.

        The Inner Quarters theme, titled "Inner Quarters" in the game's
        soundtest, is known in the Japanese soundtest as (rough translation)
        "Phantom Palace". I will maintain the American soundtest nomenclature
        until Konami provides an official translation.

        The Floating Garden theme, titled "Floating Garden" in the game's
        soundtest, is known in the Japanese soundtest as (rough translation)
        "Forgotten Garden". I will maintain the American soundtest
        nomenclature until Konami provides an official translation.

        The Arena theme, titled "The Arena" in the game's soundtest, is known
        in the Japanese soundtest as (rough translation) "The Purgatory Arena".
        I will maintain the American soundtest nomenclature until Konami
        provides an official translation.

        The Forbidden Area theme, titled "Forbidden Area" in the game's
        soundtest, is known in the Japanese soundtest as (rough translation)
        "Sacred Cave". I will maintain the American soundtest nomenclature
        until Konami provides an official translation.

        The Top Floor theme, titled "Top Floor" in the game's soundtest, is
        known as "Holy Cross Obsessed By The Moon" in the 2003 "Castlevania
        Lament of Innocence Music Sampler" and the 2005 "Castlevania Lament of
        Innocence Original Soundtrack". Also, in the Japanese game's
        soundtest, it is known as (rough translation) "Demon Castle Top Floor".
        I used the official soundtrack's song name on the FAQ because it was
        already in English and it supplants the thoughtless soundtest name.

        Hammer's theme, titled "Hammer's Shop" in the game's soundtest, is
        known in the Japanese game's soundtest as (rough translation)
        "Hammer Company". I will maintain the American soundtest nomenclature
        until Konami provides an official translation.

        Julius' Battle theme, titled "Heart of Fire" in the game's soundtest,
        is a medley of Haunted Castle's Stage 6 theme called
        "Don't Wait Until Night" and Castlevania's stage 5 theme called
        "Heart of Fire". In the Japanese version's soundtest, the song is
        called "Don't Wait Until Night" instead of "Heart of Fire" though.

        When playing as Julius Belmont, the Castle Corridor theme will change
        to "Heart of Fire". It will change back to the standard theme
        later on in the game though.

        The second part of the good ending theme, titled "Epilogue", is the
        exact same theme as the first part of the good ending, titled
        "Purification", only difference is that "Epilogue" has a short new
        intro taken from the opening of "Bloody Tears" (from Castlevania 2).

        The official Aria of Sorrow soundtrack contains a bonus track named
        (rough translation) "Phantom Palace Fontaine" which is not used
        in the game. The song is an arranged version of "Inner Quarters".

        In 2006, the game was released for the GBA as a compilation called
        "Castlevania Double Pack" which included Harmony of Dissonance and
        Aria of Sorrow. The music remained the same as the originals.

        In 2008, the game was ported to Mobile Phones. The only music tracks
        in the game are "Ruined Castle Corridor" used in the story intro and
        Castle Corridor, "Requiem For The Dark Souls" used in the Chapel,
        "Study" used in the Study, Underground Reservoir and Underground
        Cemetery, "Underground Reservoir" used in the Top Floor, last boss
        and ending.

        The track names come from several official Japanese and American
        soundtracks, and the game's own soundtest. However, some of the tracks
        have generic names that might or might not be changed by Konami in the
        future. It is possible to find different title translations than the
        ones shown here.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Black Sun                               Title Screen                       -+-
 Name Entry                              Game Menu                          -+-
 Prologue (Theme of Mina)                Story Intro                        -+-

 Forbidden Area                          Intro Dialogue Event               -+-
 Confrontation                           Intro Battle event                 -+-

 Ruined Castle Corridor                  Castle Corridor                    -+-
 Heart of Fire                           Castle Corridor (As Julius)     HC, CV
 Requiem For The Dark Souls              Chapel                             -+-
 Study                                   Study                              -+-
 Dance Hall                              Dance Hall                         -+-
 Inner Quarters                          Inner Quarters                     -+-
 Floating Garden                         Floating Garden                    -+-
 Clock Tower                             Clock Tower                        -+-
 Underground Reservoir                   Underground Reservoir              -+-
 Underground Reservoir                   Underground Cemetery               -+-
 The Arena                               The Arena                          -+-
 Forbidden Area                          Forbidden Area                     -+-
 Holy Cross Obsessed By The Moon         Top Floor                          -+-
 Chaotic Realm                           Chaotic Realm                      -+-

 Premonition                             Talking To The Characters          -+-
 Prologue (Theme of Mina)                Talking To Mina                    -+-
 Hammer's Shop                           Talking To Hammer                  -+-
 Dracula's Fate                          Soma Awakened As Dracula           -+-
 You Are Not Alone                       Pre-Last Battle Dialogue           -+-

 Confrontation                           Boss Fight                         -+-
 Formidable Enemy                        Creaking Skull Battle              -+-
 Throne Fights                           Graham Battle                      -+-
 Heart of Fire                           Julius Battle                   HC, CV
 Battle With Chaos                       Chaos Battle Phase 1               -+-
 Last Battle                             Chaos Battle Phase 2               -+-

 Premonition                             Bad Ending                         -+-
 Purification                            Good Ending (First Part)           -+-
 Epilogue                                Good Ending (Second Part)          -+-
 Credits                                 Staff Roll                         -+-

 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !LOI
 Title: Castlevania (PS2, 2003, Japan)
        Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (PS2, 2003, USA)
 Composer: Michuru Yamane
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Names of the music tracks and their locations in the game.
 Notes:

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles. Some English titles vary from the actual Japanese names
        though.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Old Man's Cottage                       Cottage                            -+-
 Prelude To The Black Abyss              Castle Entrance                    -+-
 Anti-Souls Mysteries Lab                Anti-Souls Mysteries Lab           -+-
 Garden Forgotten By Time                Garden Forgotten By Time           -+-
 Fog-Enshrouded Nightscape               Garden Forgotten By Time           -+-
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 Code: !DOS
 Title: Akumajou Dracula: Sougetsu no Juujika (DS, 2005, Japan)
        Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow (DS, 2005, USA)
 Composer: Michiru Yamane, Masahiko Kimura
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Complete
 Notes: Again, Konami made another mistake naming one of their songs.
        The track referred to as "Underground Melodies" (according to the
        game's soundtest and that plays in the Mine of Judgment) is taken from
        Haunted Castle's stage 5, but due to a naming mistake in
        Haunted Castle's official soundtrack (which switched the stage 4 & 5
        song names), Dawn of Sorrow ended up using the incorrect name.
        In Haunted Castle, stage 4 is an underground type level, but according
        to the 2006 release of the "Oretachi Geesen Zoku: Haunted Castle
        Mini CD" soundtrack, the song is called "Clocktower's Fear". Stage 5 is
        a clocktower type level yet the song is called "Underground Melodies"
        acording to the same soundtrack. However, the 1988 release of the
        "Konami Game Music Collection Volume 1" soundtrack has both tracks
        combined into one file. In this one, the tracks are named correctly and
        the song plays in order (Stage 4 first - called Underground Melodies,
        then Stage 5 - called Clocktower's Fear).
        So it's obvious they looked at the 2006 soundtrack, remade the stage 5
        song and used the incorrect name.

        The Pinnacle's theme, also titled "The Pinnacle" according to the
        American game's soundtest, is known in some official soundtracks as
        "Demon Castle Pinnacle".

        In Julius mode, the music in the Lost Village and Dark Chapel change to
        "Beginning" and "Bloody Tears" respectively.

        The Soma Cruz Battle music, referred to as "Illusionary Song" in the
        game's sound test, is actually "Dance of Illusions" from the last battle
        of Rondo of Blood. It is also known in the N64 Castlevania and Legacy of
        Darkness as "Third Struggle".

        The credits song, titled "Momentary Moonlight", is a medley of a slower
        version of "The Pinnacle" from the same game and "You Are Not Alone"
        from Aria of Sorrow.

        The official Dawn of Sorrow soundtrack contains a bonus track named
        (roughly translated as) "Amber Scenery" which is not used in the game.
        The song is an arranged version of "Subterranean Hell".

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles. Some English titles vary from the actual Japanese names
        though.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Cross of The Blue Moon                  Opening Cutscene                   -+-
 Gloomy Memories                         Game Menu                          -+-
 A Fleeting Respite                      Story Intro                        -+-

 Evil Invitation                         Intro Battle Event                 -+-

 Equipment's Tale                        Hammer's Shop                      -+-
 A Fleeting Respite                      Yoko's Synthesis Shop              -+-

 Pitch Black Intrusion                   The Lost Village                   -+-
 Beginning                               The Lost Village (As Julius)       CV3
 Dracula's Tears                         The Wizardry Lab                   -+-
 Platinum Moonlight                      Garden of Madness                  -+-
 After Confession                        Dark Chapel                        -+-
 Bloody Tears                            Dark Chapel (As Julius)            CV2
 Demon Guest House                       Demon Guest House                  -+-
 Condemned Tower                         Condemned Tower                    -+-
 Cursed Clock Tower                      Cursed Clock Tower                 -+-
 Subterranean Hell                       Subterranean Hell                  -+-
 Vampire Killer                          Silenced Ruins                      CV
 The Pinnacle                            The Pinnacle                       -+-
 Underground Melodies                    Mine of Judgment                    HC
 The Abyss                               The Abyss                          -+-

 Echoes of Darkness                      Arikado Gives Talisman Event       -+-
 Dark Clouds                             Saving Mina Hakuba Event           -+-

 Black Shudder                           Pre-Boss Fight                     -+-
 Evil Invitation                         Boss Fight A                       -+-
 Into the Dark Night                     Boss Fight B                       -+-
 Portal To Dark Bravery                  Death & Abaddon Battle             -+-
 Scarlet Battle Soul                     Dmitrii & Dario Battle             -+-
 Piercing Battle Fury                    Menace Battle                      -+-
 Illusionary Song                        Soma Cruz Battle                   ROB

 After Battle -Blue Memories-            Ending                             -+-
 Finale -Momentary Moonlight-            Staff Roll                    AOS, DOS

 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !COD
 Title: Akumajou Dracula: Yami no Juin (PS2, 2005, Japan)
        Castlevania: Curse of Darkness (PS2/Xbox, 2005, USA)
 Composer: Michiru Yamane
 Music Rating: None yet
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Everything
 Notes: The track names come from several official soundtracks.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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                                                                            -+-


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 Code: !POR
 Title: Akumajou Dracula: Gallery of Labyrinth (DS, 2006, Japan)
        Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin (DS, 2006, Japan)
 Composer: Michiru Yamane, Yuzo Koshiro
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Complete
 Notes: The Opening Cutscene theme is called "Gallery of Labyrinth", which is
        also the Japanese subtitle of the game. I assume that the American
        version should be called "Portrait of Ruin", but since the game's
        soundtest doesn't include that song and there's no official American
        soundtrack, I decided to leave the original Japanese name.

        The Whip's Memory Battle theme, "Bloodlines Bequethed", is actually
        Rondo of Blood's stage 1 theme called "Divine Bloodlines".

        (*) The two Forgotten City's songs (In Search of the Secret Spell and
        Sandfall) actually come from a previous game, King's Valley 2 for the
        MSX & MSX2 computer. The game has nothing to do with Castlevania
        (other than the Egyptian Pyramid motif) and it's the first time
        Konami has used music from a game outside the Castlevania universe
        (it's usually the other way around).

        According to the official soundtrack, the Nest of Evil's theme is
        called "Bad Situation". But in the American version of the game, that
        same track is called "Troubled Times" according to the game's sound
        test.

        The Boss Fight C theme used in the Nest of Evil boss battles, titled
        "Great Gate of Darkness", is actually the Death & Abaddon Battle theme
        from Dawn of Sorrow, titled "Portal To Dark Bravery".

        The ending song, "Portrait of Destiny", uses certain parts of the
        13th Street's song "Iron Blue Intention".

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles. Some English titles vary from the actual Japanese names
        though.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Gallery of Labyrinth                    Opening Cutscene                   -+-
 Name Entry                              Name Entry Screen                  -+-
 Birth of War                            Story Intro                        -+-

 Operation "VK"                          Wind's Quests                      -+-
 A Small Prayer                          Vincent's Shop                     -+-

 Invitation of A Crazed Moon             Entrance                           -+-
 Silent Prison                           Buried Chamber                     -+-
 Jail of Jewels                          Great Stairway                     -+-
 The Gears Go Awry                       Tower of Death                     -+-
 Gaze Up At The Darkness                 Master's Keep                      -+-
 Overture                                The Throne Room                    CV3
 Victorian Fear                          City of Haze                       -+-
 Hail From The Past                      Sandy Grave                        -+-
 Chaotic Playground                      Nation of Fools                    -+-
 The Hidden Curse                        Forest of Doom                     -+-
 Crucifix Held Close                     Dark Academy                        HC
 Sandfall                                Forgotten City (Above Ground)      (*)
 In Search of the Secret Spell           Forgotten City (Below Ground)      (*)
 Behind the Gaze                         Burnt Paradise                     -+-
 Iron Blue Intention                     13th Street                       CVBL
 Troubled Times                          Nest of Evil                       -+-

 The Looming Threat                      Behemoth & Train Event             -+-
 Thirst for Blood                        Rendezvous Brauner & Death         -+-
 Meeting of Destiny                      Wind & Brauner's Sad Event         -+-
 Faraway Days                            Defeat of Stella & Loretta         -+-

 Piercing Silence                        Boss Fight A                       -+-
 Destroyer                               Boss Fight B                       -+-
 Great Gate of Darkness                  Boss Fight C                       DOS
 Dance of Sadness                        Stella & Loretta Battle            -+-
 Bloodlines Bequethed                    Whip's Memory Battle               ROB
 Esquisse of Violence                    Brauner Battle                     -+-
 Banquet of Madness                      Dracula Battle                     -+-

 Awaken From the Nightmare               Dracula Defeated                   -+-

 The Night Flows                         Good Ending                        -+-
 Portrait of Destiny                     Staff Roll                         -+-

 Theme of Simon Belmont                  Bonus (Record #5 Item)             CV4

 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !OOS
 Title: Castlevania: Order of Shadows (Mobile, 2007, USA)
 Composer: Vincent Diamante
 Music Rating: 8/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: After beating the game once, you will be able to turn on the "Classic
        Music" bonus option that changes the music in the stages and bosses
        to the ones from the first Castlevania.

        The game's own music composer, Vincent Diamante, emailed the song
        names. However, he warns me that he wrote the music without knowing
        where they were going to be used in the game, so some song names will
        probably seem out of place compared to their placement in the game.

        Out of all the music Vicent Diamante composed, two tracks were not
        used in the game. They are titled "Imposing Wall" and "Coarse Grind".
        The latter was supposed to be used for a boss fight.

        The bonus music are exactly the same as the NES versions.

        Even though the music composer provided the song names and they are
        as official as they are going to get, Konami still has the final
        saying and they can change them all in a future soundtrack release.
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Resting Again                           Story Intro                        -+-
 Title                                   Title Screen                       -+-

 Daring Assault                          Mansion                            -+-
 Bloody Tears                            Bat's Belfry (Low Road)            CV2
 Dancing the Stairs Away                 Bat's Belfry (High Road)           -+-
 Grounded Search                         The Cave                           -+-
 Covering                                Inner Sanctum                      -+-
 Blood Fugue                             Dracula's Keep                     -+-

 Vampire Killer                          Mansion (Bonus)                     CV
 Wicked Child                            Bat's Belfry (Low Road) (Bonus)     CV
 Stalker                                 Bat's Belfry (High Road) (Bonus)    CV
 Walking On The Edge                     The Cave (Bonus)                    CV
 Heart of Fire                           Inner Sanctum (Bonus)               CV
 Out of Time                             Dracula's Keep (Bonus)              CV

 Order of Shadows                        Stage 1 Zoe & Dolores Event        -+-
 Final Steps                             Stage 2 Zoe & Dolores Event        -+-
 Trickle Flow                            Rohan Krause Defeated              -+-
 Not Where You Think                     Talking To Dracula                 -+-
 Resting Again                           Dracula Defeated                   -+-

 The Encounter                           Boss Fight                         -+-
 Poison Mind                             Boss Fight Bonus                    CV
 Headbutt                                Rohan Krause Battle                -+-
 Boring Heroes Live                      Dracula Battle                     -+-

 ????                                    Stage Clear                         CV

 Blood Fugue                             Ending                             -+-
 Approach                                Staff Roll                         -+-

 Imposing Wall                           Hidden Unused Track                -+-
 Coarse Grind                            Hidden Unused Track                -+-

 ????                                    Player Dies                         CV
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                    CV


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 Code: !CVXC
 Title: Akumajou Dracula X Chronicle (PSP, 2007, Japan)
        Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (PSP, 2007, USA)
 Composer: Michuru Yamane, Masanori Akita, Yuichi Tsuchiya, Akihiro Honda
 Music Rating: 10/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: This game collection contains an arranged version of Rondo of Blood,
        the original PC Engine CD version, Akumajyo Dracula Peke X and an
        enhanced Playstation Symphony of The Night. Aside from the arrangements
        made to all the music, the Dracula X Chronicles soundtrack made several
        changes such as replacing old songs with new tracks, removing others
        altogether and changing the credits song in the SotN ending with a new
        musical composition.

        The unlockable game Akumajyo Dracula Peke X, is actually the short
        stage X joke level you got in the original PC Engine CD version if you
        didn't have the correct system card while booting the game. In this
        unlockable, you play as a short, stocky, blobby Richter and when you
        reach Maria, it says "Press Start button to quit this game" in the
        background. The music playing here is "Op. 13".

        This game collection contains two separate Symphony of The Night sound
        tests. One is found in the library, just like in the original game, and
        the other is found on the Dracula X Chronicles title screen after
        collecting the appropiate Sound Items.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles. Some English titles vary from the actual Japanese names
        though.


 Castlevania: Dracula X Chronicles (Remake) Notes:
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        You begin the game in Stage 0, but that level only contains sound
        effects, so it will not be counted here.

        The stage 1 song, now officially named "Divine Bloodlines", has been
        known by several names such as "Bloodlines", "Opposing Bloodlines" and
        the most Japanese literal one: "Descendants of Heaven and Earth".
        This is due to the fact that there wasn't an official translation of it
        until the PSP Dracula X Chronicles was released in the USA.

        In the original PC-Engine CD version of the game, the stage 2 song
        (Vampire Killer) was mixed with the opening of "Stalker", which is the
        stage 2 song in the original Castlevania. In this remake of the game,
        such refference was removed.

        The stage 4 song, "Dreams of Triumph", is actually "Beginning" the
        stage 1 song from Castlevania 3. Amazingly, the 1990 "Akumajou Dracula
        Famicom Best" soundtrack also named it "Dreams of Triumph (Beginning)"

        The new stage 5' song, "Red Dawn", replaces the theme used in the
        original game, titled "Op. 13". A remake of the replaced song now
        appears as an unlockable in the sound test.

        The new stage 7 song, "Moon Fight", replaces the theme used in the
        original game, titled "The Nest" (formerly known as "Den"). The
        replaced theme now appears as an unlockable in the sound test under the
        name "Cavern of Dark Spawn".

        The cutscene you get on stage 1 and before battling Dracula in stage 8,
        titled "Demo Scene 02", is an arranged version of "Beginning" from
        Castlevania 3.

        The cutscene you get when Annette turns evil, titled "Demo Scene 03",
        has some "Vampire Killer" (the original Castlevania's stage 1 song)
        refferences at the end of the song.

        The Dracula battle theme, titled "Dance of Illusions", is known in
        Dawn of Sorrow as "Illusionary Song" and as "Third Struggle" in the
        N64 Castlevania and Legacy of Darkness.

        The new boss theme, titled "Tues Deus Meus (In Manibus Tuis)", has some
        "Vampire Killer" (the original Castlevania's stage 1 song) and
        "Dark Desires" (Rondo of Blood's original boss theme) refferences
        sprinkled across the song. Even though it's practically a new song,
        the comments made by the composers in the Dracula X Chronicles
        soundtrack say that the new theme is really an extreme arrangement of
        "Dark Desires" (formerly known as "Dancing In Phantasmic Hell").

        The new ending song, "The Dawn", replaces both of Maria's and Richter's
        ending themes used in the original game, titled "Mary Samba" and
        "March of The Righteous" respectively. However, "The Dawn" does use
        certain parts of Richter's "March of The Righteous" ending theme.

        The sound assign mode theme, titled "Loading", is actually the song
        called "File Load BGM" from Akumajou Dracula for the Sharp X68000.

        "Op. 13" is sometimes referred to as "Opus 13" on some soundtracks.

        The unlockable song, "Cavern of Dark Spawn", is really "The Nest" from
        Rondo of Blood's stage 7. Also, "The Nest", is a composition made out
        of almost undistinguishable parts taken from "Vampire Killer" and
        "Bloody Tears" from Castlevania 1 and 2 respectively. However, in this
        arrangement, it has been made much more obvious due to it sounding more
        like a "Vampire Killer" and "Bloody Tears" remix than an arranged
        version of "The Nest".

        The official 1993 Rondo of Blood soundtrack contains an arranged
        version of "Crucifix Held Close", which is Haunted Castle's stage 1
        theme. The song was not included in the original game, but in this PSP
        remake, that exact same song was included as an unlockable in the sound
        test under the name "Extra".

        The official 2007 Dracula X Chronicles soundtrack contains four bonus
        tracks named: Beginning (Crystal Ver.), Vampire Killer, Cemetery and
        Divine Bloodlines (Airwave Ver.). They are not used in the actual game.


 Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (Port) Notes:
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        You begin the game in Stage 0, but that level only contains sound
        effects, so it will not be counted here.

        The "Overture" track (played during the opening cutscene) is a much
        faster version of "Divine Bloodlines", the stage 1 song. It has nothing
        to do with the song also named "Overture" from Castlevania 3 though.

        Rondo's stage 2 song (Vampire Killer) is mixed with the opening of
        "Stalker", which is the stage 2 song in the original Castlevania.

        The stage 7 song, previously known as (rough translation) "Den", is now
        officially named "The Nest". This is due to the fact that there wasn't
        an official translation of it until the PSP Dracula X Chronicles was
        released in the USA. The original Japanese version is still called
        (rough translation) "Den" though. Also, "The Nest", is a composition
        made out of almost undistinguishable parts taken from "Vampire Killer"
        and "Bloody Tears", from Castlevania 1 and 2 respectively.

        If you rescue Iris & Tera with Richter (or Iris, Tera & Annette with
        Maria), you'll get the song called "Demo Scene 01" during the cutscene.

        The cutscene's music you get when rescue Annette with Richter, titled
        "Demo Scene 03", has some "Vampire Killer" (the original Castlevania's
        stage 1 song) refferences at the end of the song. If you rescue Annette
        with Maria, you get the "Demo Scene 01" music instead.

        The music you get in the imprisoned Annette cutscene, contains some
        "Demo Scene 03" refferences at the end of the song.

        The boss fight theme, previously known as (fan translation)
        "Dancing In Phantasmic Hell", is now officially known as "Dark Desires".
        This is due to the fact that there wasn't an official translation of
        that track until the PSP Dracula X Chronicles was released in the USA.
        The original Japanese version is still called (rough translation)
        "Wild Dance in the Illusionary Prison World" though. In addition,
        it is known in the N64 Castlevania and Legacy of Darkness as
        "Second Struggle".

        The Dracula battle theme, titled "Dance of Illusions", is known in
        Dawn of Sorrow as "Illusionary Song" and as "Third Struggle" in the
        N64 Castlevania and Legacy of Darkness.

        Another case of Konami mistakenly switching song names around...
        This time with the "Op. 13" and "Slash" songs. The game's soundtest
        names them correctly, but then several official soundtracks switched
        them around and confusion began.
        On a Q&A posted on IGA's own blog, IGA was asked if "Slash" was the
        title for the Stage 4' song and he answered: "yes, the composers
        confirmed it to me, soundtrack CD was mistaken".
        So for the record, the original game and the Dracula X Chronicles
        remake have the correct names, the old Rondo of Blood OST and the
        Dracula Battle Perfect Selection do not.

        "Op. 13" is sometimes referred to as "Opus 13" on some soundtracks.

        The official Dracula X Rondo of Blood soundtrack contains an arranged
        version of "Crucifix Held Close", which is Haunted Castle's stage 1
        theme. The song was not used in the actual game.


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        This game collection contains two separate Symphony of The Night sound
        tests. One is found in the library, just like in the original game, and
        the other is found on the Dracula X Chronicles title screen after
        collecting the appropiate Sound Items. Both the original game and the
        PSP port maintain the same music names in the library's soundtest, but
        the title screen soundtest changed most of the tracks to radically
        different names.

        Several songs have been removed and some added to the SotN's library
        soundtest when compared to the Playstation original. The songs removed
        from the soundtest are: "Metamorphosis 1", "Metamorphosis 2",
        "Metamorphosis 3", "Moonlight Nocturne" and "I Am The Wind". The songs
        that were added to the soundtest are: "Mournful Serenade" and
        "Nocturne".

        The introductory Dracula battle theme, titled "Dance of Illusions", is
        known in Dawn of Sorrow as "Illusionary Song" and as "Third Struggle"
        in the N64 Castlevania and Legacy of Darkness.

        The Introduction theme, titled "Moonlight Nocturne", is known in the
        2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack as
        "Nocturne In The Moonlight", which is the Japanese game's translated
        subtitle.

        The title screen soundtest (opened up after collecting Sound Items)
        calls the Entrance theme as "Castle Dracula". However, the library
        soundtest (found in the original Playstation game and the PSP enhanced
        port) and the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence Music Sampler"
        soundtrack call it "Dracula's Castle". In other words, the name was
        reversed in the title screen soundtest for this release. In the
        Saturn version, if you played with Richter or Maria, the Entrance
        theme would respectively change to "Bloody Tears Remix.1" and
        "Vampire Killer Remix.2".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Alchemy Laboratory theme as
        "Golden Steps". However, the 2006 "Castlevania 20th Anniversary
        Collection" soundtrack calls it "Golden Dance" and the library
        soundtest calls it "Dance of Gold".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Marble Gallery theme as
        "Marble Hallway". However, the 2006 "Castlevania 20th Anniversary
        Collection" soundtrack calls it "Marble Corridor" and the library
        soundtest calls it just like the name of its area, "Marble Gallery".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Outer Wall theme as
        "Demon's Breath Tower". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of
        Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Tower of Evil Fog" and
        the library soundtest calls it "Tower of Mist".

        The Marble Gallery and Outer Wall theme, titled "Marble Hallway" and
        "Demon's Breath Tower" respectively, are actually the same composition
        only arranged differently.

        The title screen soundtest calls the Long Library theme as
        "Carved Partitia". However, the library soundtest in the enhanced port
        calls it "Wood Carving Partitia" and in both the 2003 "Castlevania
        Lament of Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack and the original
        Playstation version it is called "Wood Carving Partita". Also, the
        song is cut short in the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence Music
        Sampler" soundtrack.

        The Abandoned Pit To The Catacomb and Cave theme, titled
        "Abandoned Pit", is known in the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence
        Music Sampler" soundtrack as "Path of The Departed". Also, in that
        same soundtrack, the song is cut short.

        The title screen soundtest calls the Olrox's Quarters theme as
        "Waltz of The Pearls". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of
        Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Waltz of Pearls" and the
        library soundtest calls it "Dance of Pales".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Clock Tower theme as
        "Pitiful Scion". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence
        Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Young Nobleman of Sadness" and the
        library soundtest calls it "The Tragic Prince".

        The game's own title screen soundtest calls the Colosseum theme as
        "Wandering Souls". However, the library soundtest calls it
        "Wandering Ghosts".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Underground Caverns theme as
        "Misted Crystal Ball". However, the library soundtest calls it
        "Crystal Teardrop".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Catacombs theme as
        "Rainbow's Cemetery". However, the library soundtest calls it
        "Rainbow Cemetery".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Marble Gallery's Abyss and Black
        Marble Gallery's Abyss theme as "Gates of Hell". However, the library
        soundtest calls it "Door To The Abyss".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Castle Keep and Reverse Keep theme
        as "Gates of Heaven". However, the library soundtest calls it
        "Heavenly Doorway".

        The title screen soundtest calls the theme played in most of the
        inverted castle as "Final Toccata". However, the 2003 "Castlevania
        Lament of Innocence Music Sampler" soundtrack release calls it
        "The Final Toccata" and the game's own library soundtest calls it
        "Finale Toccata".

        The title screen soundtest calls the second most played theme in the
        inverted castle as "The Lost Portrait". However, the library soundtest
        calls it "Lost Painting".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Floating Catacombs theme as
        "Cursed Sanctuary". However, the library soundtest calls it
        "Curse Zone".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Reverse Colosseum theme as
        "Fairy's Doorway". However, the library soundtest calls it
        "Door of Holy Spirits".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Boss Fight A theme as
        "The Horde's Festival". However, the library soundtest calls it
        "Festival of Servants".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Boss Fight B theme as
        "Poetic Death". However, the library soundtest calls it "Death Ballad".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Boss Fight C theme as
        "Demonic Banquet". However, the library soundtest calls it
        "Enchanted Banquet".

        The title screen soundtest calls the Richter and Maria Battle theme as
        "The Outcasts". However, the 2003 "Castlevania Lament of Innocence
        Music Sampler" soundtrack calls it "Strange Bloodline" and the
        library soundtest calls it "Blood Relations". Also, in the official
        Castlevania Symphony of the Night soundtrack, the song is cut short.

        The "The Outcasts" track (fight with Richter and Maria) is a mix
        created from pieces of Rondo of Blood's stage 1 theme called
        "Divine Bloodlines" and a new composition.

        The title screen soundtest calls the Dracula Battle theme as
        "The Black Feast". However, the library soundtest calls it
        "Black Banquet".

        The enhanced Symphony of The Night port replaces the original credits
        song, titled "I Am The Wind", with a new Michuru Yamane composition
        called "Mournful Serenade".

        The secret song the Fairy Familiar sings, titled "Nocturne", was
        originally found in the Japanese Playstation re-releases and Saturn
        versions of the game. It has been added back (with English lyrics and
        all) to the American release of SotN on this collection. If you wish
        to hear the original one with Japanese Lyrics, just set your system
        language to Japanese.

        In the original Playstation version, if you popped in the game's disc
        on a CD player, you would hear Alucard tell you not to play track 1
        because it contains computer data. After that warning, you got to
        hear a hidden song not used anywhere on the game. In this version,
        such thing is not possible to do.

        The game's library soundtest contains a track named "Silence", as far
        as I know, this song is unused and only found there.
           --------------------------------------------------------

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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
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 Requiem                                 Game Menu                          ROB
 Demon Seed                              Boss Rush Mode                     CV3
 Loading                                 Sound Assign Mode                 ADX6

 Divine Bloodlines                       Stage 1                            ROB
 Vampire Killer                          Stage 2                             CV
 Cross Fear                              Stage 2'                           ROB
 Bloody Tears                            Stage 3                            CV2
 Cemetery                                Stage 3'                           ROB
 Dreams of Triumph                       Stage 4                            CV3
 Slash                                   Stage 4'                           ROB
 Ghost Ship Painting                     Stage 5                            ROB
 Red Dawn                                Stage 5'                           -+-
 Former Room                             Stage 6                            ROB
 Moon Fight                              Stage 7                           ADX6
 Poison Mind                             Stage 8                             CV

 Demo Scene 01                           Rescuing The Maidens Cutscene      ROB
 Demo Scene 02                           Stage 1 & 8 Dracula Cutscene       CV3
 Demo Scene 03                           Annette Turns Evil Cutscene        ROB

 Former Room                             Pre-Boss Area                      ROB
 Tues Deus Meus (In Manibus Tuis)        Boss Fight                         -+-
 Dance of Illusions                      Dracula Battle                     ROB

 Stage Clear                             Stage Clear                         CV
 All Clear                               All Clear                           CV

 ????                                    Ending Cutscene                    -+-
 The Dawn                                Staff Roll                         ROB

 Op.13                                   Bonus (Sound Item #50)             ROB
 Cavern of Dark Spawn                    Bonus (Sound Item #51)             ROB
 Extra                                   Bonus (Sound Item #52)              HC

 Player Out                              Player Dies                         CV
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                    CV


 Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (Port):
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Requiem                                 Game Menu                          ROB
 Overture                                Opening Cutscene                   ROB

 Opus 13                                 Stage X                            ROB
 Divine Bloodlines                       Stage 1                            ROB
 Vampire Killer                          Stage 2                             CV
 Cross Fear                              Stage 2'                           ROB
 Bloody Tears                            Stage 3                            CV2
 Cemetery                                Stage 3'                           ROB
 Beginning                               Stage 4                            CV3
 Slash                                   Stage 4'                           ROB
 Ghost Ship Painting                     Stage 5                            ROB
 Op. 13                                  Stage 5'                           ROB
 Former Room                             Stage 6                            ROB
 Poison Mind                             Stage 6 (Boss Montage)              CV
 The Nest                                Stage 7                            ROB
 Poison Mind                             Stage 8                             CV

 ????                                    Rescuing Maria Cutscene            ROB
 Demo Scene 01                           Rescuing The Maidens Cutscene      ROB
 ????                                    Imprisoned Annette Cutscene        ROB
 Demo Scene 03                           Richter Rescues Annette Cutscene   ROB

 Former Room                             Pre-Boss Area                      ROB
 Dark Desires                            Boss Fight                         ROB
 Dance of Illusions                      Dracula Battle                     ROB

 Stage Clear                             Stage Clear                         CV
 All Clear                               All Clear                           CV

 March of The Righteous                  Richter's Staff Roll               ROB
 Mary Samba                              Maria's Staff Roll                 ROB

 Player Out                              Player Dies                         CV
 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                    CV


 Castlevania: Symphony of The Night (Enhanced Port):
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 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Prayer                                  Game Menu                         SOTN
 Metamorphosis 1                         Opening Cutscene                  SOTN
 Moonlight Nocturne                      Story Intro                       SOTN

 Prologue                                Final Stage: Bloodlines           SOTN
 Castle Dracula                          Entrance                          SOTN
 Golden Steps                            Alchemy Laboratory                SOTN
 Marble Hallway                          Marble Gallery                    SOTN
 Demon's Breath Tower                    Outer Wall                        SOTN
 Carved Partitia                         Long Library                      SOTN
 Requiem To The Gods                     Royal Chapel                      SOTN
 Waltz of The Pearls                     Olrox's Quarters                  SOTN
 Wandering Souls                         Colosseum                         SOTN
 Misted Crystal Ball                     Underground Caverns               SOTN
 Abandoned Pit                           Abandoned Pit To The Catacomb     SOTN
 Rainbow's Cemetery                      Catacombs                         SOTN
 Pitiful Scion                           Clock Tower                       SOTN
 Gates of Hell                           Marble Gallery's Abyss            SOTN
 Gates of Heaven                         Castle Keep                       SOTN

 Metamorphosis 2                         Inverted Castle Cutscene          SOTN

 Gates of Heaven                         Reverse Keep                      SOTN
 Final Toccata                           Reverse Clock Tower               SOTN
 Final Toccata                           Reverse Outer Wall                SOTN
 The Lost Portrait                       Forbidden Library                 SOTN
 Final Toccata                           Black Marble Gallery              SOTN
 Final Toccata                           Death Wing's Lair                 SOTN
 The Lost Portrait                       Anti-Chapel                       SOTN
 The Lost Portrait                       Reverse Caverns                   SOTN
 Abandoned Pit                           Cave                              SOTN
 Cursed Sanctuary                        Floating Catacombs                SOTN
 Final Toccata                           Reverse Entrance                  SOTN
 Final Toccata                           Necromancy Laboratory             SOTN
 Fairy's Doorway                         Reverse Colosseum                 SOTN
 Gates of Hell                           Black Marble Gallery's Abyss      SOTN

 Master Librarian                        Master Librarian's Shop           SOTN
 ????                                    Confession Room                   SOTN

 Dance of Illusions                      Introductory Dracula Battle        ROB
 The Horde's Festival                    Boss Fight A                      SOTN
 Poetic Death                            Boss Fight B                      SOTN
 Demonic Banquet                         Succubus & Medusa Battle          SOTN
 The Outcasts                            Richter & Maria Battle             ROB
 The Black Feast                         Dracula Battle                    SOTN

 Metamorphosis 3                         Ending Cutscene                   SOTN
 Mournful Serenade                       Staff Roll                         -+-

 Nocturne                                Bonus (Fairy Familiar Sings)      SOTN
 Silence                                 Extra (Sound Test)                SOTN

 Land of Benediction                     Game Over Screen                  SOTN


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 Code: !ADTM
 Title: Akumajou Dracula: The Medal (Arcade, 2008, Japan)
 Composer:
 Music Rating: N/A
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Everything
 Notes: None.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Tues Deus Meus (In Manibus Tuis)        Boss Rush                         CVXC

 Player Out                              Player Dies                         CV


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 Code: !OOE
 Title: Akumajou Dracula: Ubawareta Kokuin (DS, 2008, Japan)
        Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (DS, 2008, USA)
 Composer: Michuru Yamane, Yasuhiro Ichihashi
 Music Rating: 8/10 Stars
 Status: Complete
 Notes: Even though the opening cutscene theme, titled "An Empty Tome", has
        the same name as the theme used at Dracula's Castle Entrance and
        Library, both are really different compositions that share the same
        basic melody. The version used in the opening is shorter and a bit
        passive and the one used in Dracula's Castle is longer and much more
        upbeat.

        The Practice and Race Mode theme, titled "Lone Challenger", contains a
        few hints of "Jail of Jewels" from Portrait of Ruin. Regarding if that
        was intended or not, we might never know.

        The Wireless and WiFi Shop theme, titled "Enterprising Merchantilism",
        is actually "Equipment's Tale", the theme used for Hammer's Shop in
        Dawn of Sorrow.

        The story intro theme, titled "Ecclesia", contains a short piece of the
        "Vampire Killer" melody, the stage 1 theme from Castlevania.

        Similar to the trick the boss themes from Harmony of Dissonance pulled,
        comes "Cantus Montetten -1" and "Cantus Montetten -2", which are the
        themes you get whenever you encounter Albus and when Albus gets
        possessed by Dominus respectively. These songs are actually the same
        composition, only that they cleverly start on different parts of the
        track and thus, giving the illusion of two different songs.

        The credits theme, titled "Requiem of Star-Crossed Nights", contains
        a short piece of the "An Empty Tome" and "Chapel Hidden In Smoke"
        melody.

        There are a total of four unused songs in the game. Three of them,
        titled "Armory Arabesque", "Gate To The Underworld" and "Game Over",
        are not heard in the game but can be heard in the soundtest. The name
        assigned to "Armory Arabesque" in the game's ROM code is "Shop1", so it
        seems it was going to be used as the shop theme in Wygol Village.
        Also, the name assigned to "Gate To The Underworld" in the game's ROM
        code is "Cerub", so that one was probably going to be used in the
        Forsaken Cloister (the Cerberus statue room) in Dracula's Castle. The
        thid one, called "Game Over", was probably going to be another bonus
        record item since it is the same game over theme from the first NES
        Castlevania. Finally, the last unused song ("Beginning" from
        Castlevania 3's first stage) is not found in the game or in the
        soundtest, but inside the ROM data (under the name "BGM Arrange").
        Crafty ROM hackers were able to rip the music files from the game and
        it was revealed that "Beginning" was among those files. It is the exact
        same version of "Beginning" that was used in Dawn of Sorrow by the way.

        The boss battle theme names contain a bit of wordplay alluding to past
        Castlevania titles:
        Symphony of Battle (Boss Fight A)      = Symphony of The Night
        Dissonant Courage (Boss Fight B)       = Harmony of Dissonance
        Chamber of Ruin (Boss Fight C)         = Portrait of Ruin
        Sorrow's Distortion (Albus Battle)     = Aria & Dawn of Sorrow
        Lament To The Master (Barlowe Battle)  = Lament of Innocence
        Order of The Demon (Dracula Battle)    = Order of Ecclesia
        The PS2 Castlevania Curse of Darkness was oddly left out. The Japanese
        names for the songs are totally different, so the wordplay easter egg
        is not present on them.

        The bonus record items music are exactly the same as the NES versions.

        The official 2008 Order of Ecclesia soundtrack contains arranged
        versions of An Empty Tome, Wandering The Crystal Blue,
        Dissonant Courage, Rhapsody of The Forsaken, Edge of The Sky and
        Order of The Demon. They are not used in the actual game.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles. Some English titles vary from the actual Japanese names
        though.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 An Empty Tome                           Opening Cutscene                   -+-
 Oncoming Dread                          Title Screen                       -+-
 Heroic Dawning                          Game Menu (Standard)               -+-
 Welcome To Legend                       Game Menu (Game Complete)          -+-
 Ecclesia                                Story Intro                        -+-

 Enterprising Mercantilism               Wireless Shop Mode                 DOS
 Lone Challenger                         Practice / Race Mode               -+-

 Destiny's Stage                         Map Screen (Standard)              -+-
 Passing Into The Night                  Map Screen (Dark Seal Released)    -+-

 A Prologue                              Ecclesia                           -+-
 Sapphire Elegy                          Ecclesia (Barlowe's Room)          -+-
 Chapel Hidden In Smoke                  Monastery                          -+-
 Serenade of The Hearth                  Wygol Village                      -+-
 Emerald Mist                            Ruvas Forest                       -+-
 A Clashing of Waves                     Kalidus Channel                    -+-
 Rhapsody of The Forsaken                Minera Prison Island               -+-
 Rhapsody of The Forsaken                Lighthouse                         -+-
 Jaws of A Scorched Earth                Tymeo Mountains                    -+-
 Tragedy's Pulse                         Misty Forest Road                  -+-
 Unholy Vespers                          Skeleton Cave                      -+-
 Wandering The Crystal Blue              Somnus Reef                        -+-
 Hard Won Nobility                       Giant's Dwelling                   -+-
 Edge of The Sky                         Tristis Pass                       -+-
 Tragedy's Pulse                         Oblivion Ridge                     -+-
 Emerald Myst                            Argila Swamp                       -+-
 Hard Won Nobility                       Mystery Manor                      -+-
 Riddle                                  Training Hall                      CV3
 Riddle                                  Large Cavern                       CV3
 An Empty Tome                           Castle Entrance                    -+-
 An Empty Tome                           Library                            -+-
 Malak's Labyrinth                       Underground Labyrinth              -+-
 Ebony Wings                             Barracks                           -+-
 Tower of Dolls                          Mechanical Tower                  ADX6
 Ebony Wings                             Arms Depot                         -+-
 The Colossus                            Final Approach                     -+-

 Vanishing                               Initial Talk With Albus            -+-
 Deliberate Blink                        Talking To Barlowe & Village Event -+-
 Stones Hold A Grudge                    Barlowe's Room Event               -+-
 Reunion                                 Rescuing A Villager                -+-
 Cantus Montetten -1                     Talking To Albus                   -+-
 Cantus Montetten -2                     Talking To Possessed Albus         -+-
 Rituals                                 Albus Is Dead                      -+-
 Trace of Rage                           Spirit of Albus Speaks             -+-
 Former Room 2                           Barlowe Reveals He's Evil          -+-
 Dark Holy Road                          Barlowe Releases The Dark Seal     -+-
 Shadow's Stronghold                     Talking To Dracula                 -+-

 Symphony of Battle                      Boss Fight A                       -+-
 Dissonant Courage                       Boss Fight B                       -+-
 Chamber of Ruin                         Boss Fight C                       -+-
 Sorrow's Distortion                     Albus Battle                       -+-
 Lament To The Master                    Barlowe Battle                     -+-
 Order of The Demon                      Dracula Battle                     -+-

 Requiem of Star-Crossed Nights          Staff Roll                         -+-

 Vampire Killer                          Bonus (Record #1 Item)              CV
 Stalker                                 Bonus (Record #2 Item)              CV
 Wicked Child                            Bonus (Record #3 Item)              CV
 Walking On The Edge                     Bonus (Record #4 Item)              CV
 Heart of Fire                           Bonus (Record #5 Item)              CV
 Out of Time                             Bonus (Record #6 Item)              CV
 Nothing To Lose                         Bonus (Record #7 Item)              CV
 Black Night                             Bonus (Record #8 Item)              CV

 Armory Arabesque                        Extra (Sound Test)                 -+-
 Gate of The Underworld                  Extra (Sound Test)                 -+-
 Game Over                               Extra (Sound Test)                  CV

 Beginning                               Hidden Unused Track                CV3

 Consummation                            Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 Code: !CVJ
 Title: Castlevania: Judgment (Wii, 2008, USA)
        Akumajou Dracula Judgment (Wii, 2009, Japan)
 Composer: Yasushi Asuda
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: Trevor Belmont's theme, titled "Beginning" (from Castlevania 3 and
        many other games) is called "Dreams of Triumph" in the PSP remake
        Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles.

        The "Wolf Revealed" (Cornell's Theme) is a medley of several

        Dracula's theme, titled "Dance of Illusions" (from Rondo of Blood and
        many other games) is called "Illusionary Song" in Dawn of Sorrow and
        "Third Struggle" in the N64 Castlevania and Legacy of Darkness.

        The track names come from several official soundtracks and the game's
        own soundtest. They are confirmed to be the actual official English
        music titles. Some English titles vary from the actual Japanese names
        though.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Darkness of Fear                        Opening Cutscene                   -+-
 Title Screen                            Title Screen / Game Menu           -+-
 Castle Mode                             Castle Mode Menu                   -+-
 Character Select                        Character Select Screen            -+-
 Gallery                                 Gallery Mode                       -+-
 Accessories                             Accessories Mode                   -+-

 Vampire Killer                          Simon Belmont                       CV
 Beginning                               Trevor Belmont                     CV3
 Clockwork                               Grant Danasty                      CV3
 Mad Forest                              Sypha Belnades                     CV3
 Iron Blue Intention                     Eric Lecarde                      CVBL
 Slash                                   Maria Renard                       ROB
 Dracula's Castle                        Alucard                           SOTN
 The Wolf Revealed                       Cornell                       C64, LOD
 An Empty Tome                           Shanoa                             OOE
 Darkness of Fear (Arranged)             Aeon                               -+-
 Bloody Tears                            Carmilla                           CV2
 The Tower of Dolls                      Golem                             ADX6
 Evil's Symphonic Poem                   Death                              LOI
 Dance of Illusions                      Dracula                            ROB
 Crucial Moment                          Time Reaper                        -+-
 Elemental Tactican                      Castle Mode Stages                 LOI

                                         Stage Completed (Castle Mode)       CV
 Round Clear                             Stage Completed (Arcade Mode)      CV3

 Ending 1                                Heroes Ending                      -+-
 Ending 2                                Villains Ending                    -+-
 Ending 3                                Aeon's Ending                      -+-
 Credits                                 Staff Roll                         -+-

 Game Over                               Game Over Screen                   -+-


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 ==============================================================================
 Code: !PACH
 Title: Pachislot Akumajou Dracula (Slot Machine, 2009, Japan)
 Composer:
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Everything
 Notes: Three of the Dracula Battle Staircase Stages, Dracula Battle 1 and
        Player Defeated music tracks, titled "Vampire Killer",
        "Chi no Namida -Bloody Tears-", "Beginning (Crystal ver.)",
        "Tues Deus Meus (In Manibus Tuis)" and "Player Out" respectively, are
        the exact same versions used in the PSP Castlevania Dracula X
        Chronicles game. However, "Beginning (Crystal ver.)" was not included
        in the game and only appeared as a bonus track in the soundtrack
        release of the same game.

        The three original Dracula Battle Staircase Stage and Command Input
        Success music are exactly the same as the NES versions.

        The track names come the official Japanese soundtrack, however, most
        of the names have not been officially translated by Konami. It is
        possible to find different title translations than the ones shown here.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Spirits of The Dead                     Skeleton Scene                     -+-
 Chance Meeting                          Painting Scene                     -+-
 Lamp                                    Candlestick Scene                  -+-
 Candle Rush                             Candle Rush Scene                  -+-
 Zutraulich Strike                       Knife Scene                        -+-
 Atmosphere                              Magical Formation Scene            -+-
 Door of Destiny                         Door Scene                         -+-
 Keys To Victory                         Map Scene                          -+-
 Showtime!                               Comical Skeleton Scene             -+-

 Impact of The Dark                      Isaac Appearance Scene             -+-
 Mysterious Advice                       Saint Germain Appearance Scene     -+-
 Parlante's Flowers                      Angela Appearance Scene            -+-
 Captivating Beauty                      Angela Sexy Shot Scene             -+-
 Grazia Dance                            Angela Sexy Dance Scene            -+-
 The Apocalypse                          Zead Appearance Scene              -+-

 Dark Suggestions                        Seal / Book Appearance             -+-
 ????                                    Crest Appearance                   -+-
 Holiness                                Crucifix Appearance                -+-

 Warning of Sweeping Conquest            Bonus Decision Screen              -+-
 Trezier De Spirit                       Big Bonus Scene                    -+-
 Balijhet Mountains                      Regular Bonus Scene                COD

 Duet of Madness                         Isaac Mission                      -+-
 Legendary Belmondo                      Skeleton Elimination Mission       COD
 Phase Cluster                           Trap Mission                       -+-
 Life Timer                              Countdown Mission                  -+-

 Vampire Killer                          Dracula Battle Staircase Stage      CV
 Chi No Namida -Bloody Tears-            Dracula Battle Staircase Stage     CV2
 Beginning (Crystal Version)             Dracula Battle Staircase Stage     CV3
 Divine Bloodlines Ver. 511              Dracula Battle Staircase Stage     ROB
 Vampire Killer (Original)               Dracula Battle Staircase Stage      CV
 Bloody Tears (Original)                 Dracula Battle Staircase Stage     CV2
 Beginning (Original)                    Dracula Battle Staircase Stage     CV3

 Bravuva of Daybreak                     Dracula Battle Intro Scene         -+-

 Followers of Darkness -The First-       Succubus Battle                    COD
 Followers of Darkness -The Third-       Medusa Battle                      COD
 Dark Holy Man                           Death Battle                       COD
 Toccata In Blood-Soaked Darkness        Dracula Battle                     COD
 Tues Deus Meus (In Manibus Tuis)        Dracula Battle                    CVXC

 Time of Dusk                            Trap Mission Success Screen        -+-
 Complete                                Countdown Mission Success Screen   -+-
 Prologue                                Command Input Success Screen        CV
 Estatico                                Victory Against An Enemy Screen    -+-

 Player Out                              Player Fails                        CV
 Battle Failed                           Player Fails At Dracula            -+-


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 ==============================================================================
 Code: !ADTA
 Title: Akumajou Dracula: The Arcade (Arcade, 2009, Japan)
 Composer:
 Music Rating: N/A
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Everything
 Notes: The dracula Battle Phase 1 song, titled "Dance of Illusions". is known
        in the N64 Castlevania and Legacy of Darkness as "Third Struggle" and
        as "Illusionary Song" in Dawn of Sorrow.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Vamp killer remx                        Opening Cutscene                    CV
                                         Player Select

 Divine Bloodlines                       Stage 1                            ROB
 vamp killer remx 1?                     Stage 2                           ????
 ????                                    Stage 3                           ????
 Wicked Child                            Stage 4                             CV
 Forest of Evil Spirits                  Stage 5                            CV4

 Vampire Killer                          Death Battle (Stg 1 & 5)            CV
                                         White Dragon Battle (st2)
 Bloody Tears                            Dullahan Battle (st2)              CV2
                                         Minotaur Battle (st3)
 Beginning                               Water Dragon Battle (stg 3)        CV3
                                         Were Wolf Battle (st4)
 Crucifix Held Close                     Harpy Battle (st4)                  HC
 Dance of Illusions                      Dracula Battle Phase 1             ROB
 Black Night                             Dracula Battle Phase 2              CV

 ????                                    Stage Clear                         CV
 Requiem                                 Chapter Result                     ROB

 ????                                    Good Ending                        -+-
 ????                                    Bad Ending                         -+-
 ????                                    Credits  Bad?                      -+-
 Vampire Killer remx 2?                  Credits Good?                       CV

 ???? Player Out                         Game Over Screen                    CV


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 ==============================================================================
 Code: !CVAR
 Title: Castlevania The Adventure Rebirth (Wii, 2009, USA)
        Dracula Densetsu Rebirth (Wii, 2009, Japan)
 Composer: Manabu Namiki
 Music Rating: 9/10 Stars
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Official names of the unnamed music tracks.
 Notes: The Starting Menu / Level Entrance theme is a short 5 second tune based
        on "Vampire Killer" from Castlevania 1.

           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 ????                                    Starting Menu / Level Entrance      CV
 Start BGM                               Title Screen / Map Screen          CVA
 ????                                    Story Intro                       CVDX

 Reincarnated Soul                       Stage 1                           CVBL
 Lullaby Sent To The Devil               Stage 2                             HC
 New Messiah                             Stage 3                           CV2B
 File Load BGM                           Stage 4                           ADX6
 Aquarius                                Stage 5                            CV3
 Vampire Killer                          Stage 6                             CV

 Devil's Revival                         Mid Boss / Dracula Battle Phase 1   HC
 The Last Fight                          Boss / Dracula Battle Phase 2       HC
 Riddle                                  Dracula Battle Phase 3             CV3

 ????                                    Stage Clear                         CV
 Stage Clear                             All Clear                          CV4

 The End of The Day                      Ending                            CV2B

 ????                                    Player Dies                         CV
 ????                                    Game Over Screen                  CVDX


 ==============================================================================
 ==============================================================================
 Code: !LOS
 Title: Akumajou Dracula: Lords of Shadow (PS3/Xbox 360, 2010, Japan)
        Castlevania: Lords of Shadow (PS3/Xbox 360, 2010, USA)
 Composer:
 Music Rating: None yet
 Status: Incomplete
 Missing: Everything
 Notes: None.
           --------------------------------------------------------

 Song Title                              Location                   Original In
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                              ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ                   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 N/A                                     N/A                                N/A



_/_/_/_/_/ Lyrics Card  _/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/


 I Am The Wind
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 "I Am The Wind" lyrics from Castlevania Symphony of the Night for Playstation
 and Sega Saturn.


                                    ~~°°~~

                              Just like the wind
                               I've always been
                   Driftin' high up in a sky that never ends
                            Through thick and then
                                 I always win
            'Cause I will fight both life and death to save a friend

                              I face my destiny
                               Everyday I live
                              And the best in me
                            Is all I have to give

                              Just like the sun
                              When my day's done
                  Sometimes I don't like the person I've become

                             Is the enemy within
                              Or a thousand men?
                            Should I walk the path
                          Of my worse or better half?

                            Is someone testing me
                              Everyday I live?
                            Well, the best in me
                            Is all I have to give

                               I can pretend
                               I am the wind
                 And I don't know if I will pass this way again

                            All things must end
                            Good-bye my friend
                Think of me when you see the sun or feel the wind

                         I am the wind I am the sun
                        And one day we'll all be one
                         I am the wind I am the sun
                        And one day we'll all be one

                                    ~~°°~~


 Nocturne (Japanese)
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 Japanese "Nocturne" lyrics from the Japanese Castlevania Symphony of the Night
 for Playstation re-releases, Sega Saturn and PSP.


                                    ~~°°~~

                      Megami wa eien no shiawase no naka de
                        Nageki tsuzukete wa utau nokutaan

                     Ai wa awaru inochi mo tsukiru, sore nara
                           Onaji toki ni ito wo kitte

                    Kamigami no kawaki ga umi no oto wo keshi
                        Muku na ookami wa kodoku ni taeru

                    Yume wa sameru yoru mo akeru, sono mae ni
                         Chigau basho ni hari wo mukete

                                    ~~°°~~


 Nocturne (English)
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 English "Nocturne" lyrics from the Castlevania Symphony of the Night game
 included in the Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles for PSP.


                                    ~~°°~~

                       Here a goddess of happiness cries
                          An endless timeless lullaby
                     Sings her song of the dreams she has
                          The sadness fills her eyes

                           End of love, love is gone
                         No more dreams to dream about
                                So life is done
                          If it's so, cut the thread
                            It's time to let it go

                    Tears they flow to the thrist of the gods
                      The oceans roars drowned out by rain
                        Blameless wolf carries on alone
                         The silence now surrounds him

                          Sooner than, dreaming ends
                    Morning of the dawn will bring another day
                          Turn around, you have found
                           A different place to dream

                                    ~~°°~~


 Trezier De Spirit
 ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
 "Trezier De Spirit" lyrics from Pachislot Akumajo Dracula, a Pachinko based
 machine about Castlevania.


                                    ~~°°~~

                                  Ave Maria
                      Si ambulem in medio umbroe mortis
                 Non timebo mala, quoniam tu mecum es domine
                       Acest cuvint, la piept cu cruce
                        Acum mergem palat, diavol lui

                            Codru merge in ceata
                              Acolo dracl dolma

                             In cer dornic voce
                        Fa la nimics bletra domnezeu
                                Hai sa mergi!

                                  Ave Maria
                      Si ambulem in medio umbroe mortis
                 Non timebo mala, quoniam tu mecum es domine
                       Acest cuvint, la piept cu cruce
                        Acum mergem palat, diavol lui

                       Acest cuvint, la piept cu cruce
                      Trainic victoria sbuletura viata
                       Acest cuvint, la piept cu cruce
                        Acum mergem palat, diavol lui

                                    ~~°°~~


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 If you are going to steal this guide, at least give credit to where it's due.
 Other than that, anyone is free to do whatever they want with this guide.

 Email me at ** reyvgm at hotmail dot com ** for questions or submissions.


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 Version 0.1
 The start of this music FAQ.

 Version 0.2
 Added a 'Composer' entry on every game denoting who composed the music for
 each game.

 Version 0.3
 Added more tracks to Castlevania The Adventure, Harmony of Dissonance,
 Super Castlevania 4.

 Version 0.4
 Added the Arcade Haunted Castle tracks.

 Version 0.5
 3 years after the last update, I added all the Castlevania games released so
 far, fixed or modified the song names of all the previous releases, added a
 lot of notes to most of the games. This update is practically a brand new FAQ.

 Version 0.6
 Added Order of Shadows, Symphony of The Night, Dracula X Chronicles and partial
 Castlevania Judgment music info and lots of notes.
 Changed a lot of track names to their now official English titles.

 Version 0.7
 Completed Harmony of Dissonance, Aria of Sorrow, Order of Shadows, and added
 many new notes.
 Added the Aria of Sorrow mobile phone differences notes.
 Added a lyrics section for the few Castlevania songs that feature lyrics.

 Version 0.8
 Completed Castlevania (N64).

 Version 0.9
 Completed Order of Ecclesia and added many new notes.

 Version 1.0
 Completed Castlevania The Adventure Rebirth.

 Version 1.1
 Added Pachislot Akumajou Dracula music and lyrics.
 Added partial Akumajou Dracula The Arcade music tracks.


_/_/_/_/_/ Thanks _/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/_/

 -= Websites =-
 The Castlevania Dungeon.
         http://castlevaniadungeon.net/dungeon.html

 Mr. P's Castlevania Realm.
         http://www.vgmuseum.com/mrp

 Castlevania Chappel of Resonance
         http://www.chapelofresonance.com

 -= People =-
 Thanks to Bluberry for some of the Castlevania Chronicles Tracks.
 Thanks to fzero, squaretex, TheGranFinale from the gamefaqs boards.
 Thanks to Leelo Leela, Eric-Jon Rössel Waugh, John Ford, GreatLight432 and
  Trip Woodward for their contributions.
 Thanks to Kurt Kalata, Jonny2x4, Dual is a cat, Kimimi and Ryusui from
  Hardcore Gaming 101 for some of the track names translations and help.
 Thanks to CJ Awesome from the Gamespite boards for his help.
 Thanks to Mr. Perfect from the Castlevania Realm for some of the track names.
 Thanks to Koutei from the Castlevania Dungeon forums for his translations.
 Thanks to ugetab for finding a Gameshark code to access the Castlevania Legends
  hidden soundtest. The Gameshark code is 010B20C5, enable it once you start a
  level.
 Thanks to the guys from the Chappel of Ressonance forums for their help too.
 Thanks to Vincent Diamante for the Order of Shadows song names.
 Thanks to VixyNyan for the help with Castlevania Rebirth.