|Capcom Fighting Jam: Original Soundtrack|
|Soundtrack album by Noriyuki Asakura|
|Released||December 12, 2004 (2004-12-12)|
Capcom Fighting Jam: Original Soundtrack, an officially licensed soundtrack of the game, was released on December 12, 2004 in Japan only. This album features the original music found from the game composed by Noriyuki Asakura. The first pressing of this album came with an exclusive mini disc that featured both vocal and instrumental versions Ingrid's Theme by Maiko Kubo. The cover artwork was done by Shinkiro.
- PLAYER SELECT
- VS SCREEN
- Severe Way
- GOES A SYOTEN-GAI!
- At ease!?
- To kill time
- Prospered fatherland
- The jungle of a jungle
- Night of Hong Kong
- WINNING DISPLAY
- NAME ENTRY
- RANKING DISPLAY
- GAME OVER 1
- HERE COMES A NEW CHALLENGER
- HERE COMES INGRID!
- Infinity Chamber
- Desperate struggle
- TRAINING STAGE(家庭用/Home Version)
- GAME MENU(家庭用/Home Version)
- STAFF ROLL
- GAME OVER 2
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