Sonic The Hedgehog Original Sound Track - Album Information

Album Information

This album contains score heard throughout the game which was composed by Tomoya Ohtani, Mariko Nanba, and Hideaki Kobayashi, with Namano Mushrio, and the Japanese Geroinic Band & Symphony. It also includes the songs "His World" by Zebrahead members Ali Tabatabaee and Matty Lewis, a cover to "All Hail Shadow" by Crush 40, "Dreams of an Absolution" by Lee Brotherton, and "My Destiny" by Donna DeLory. Absent from this set are the two Akon remixes of Dreams Come True's songs "Sweet Dreams ~AKON '06 Mix~" and "Sweet Sweet Sweet ~AKON '06 Mix~".

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