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The JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders - Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack containing music from the 2000 release of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure OVA.

The soundtrack was enclosed with JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 3 Stardust Crusaders DVD BOX (ACBA-10482) and entirely composed by Marco d'Ambrosio.

Tracklist

1. Magician's Red (01:37)

  • An introduction to the power of Avdol's Stand.

2. Birth of Star Platinum (1:21)

  • The magnificent force is deep within JoJo, and he is starting to find it.

3. FlashBack (1:23)

  • An intense moment when JoJo sees a long family history with Dio.

4. Kakyoin (1:29)

  • Kakyoin's cool yet strong character comes through in this cue.

5. Star Platinum/Garden (4:48)

  • After a fierce standoff between JoJo and Avdol, their growing friendship brings us to a quiet moment in Holy's garden.

6. J Geil (1:06)

  • J Geil's theme is introduced here, during the description of one of his grotesque murders.

7. Holy/The Plane (1:31)

  • During a plane flight, everyone's concern for Holy is interrupted.

8. Polnareff vs Avdol (2:09)

  • Polnareff introduces himself, with his typical comical French bravado.

9. Polnareff's Anger (1:14)

  • Polnareff's moods change easily, and he is quick to anger.

10. The Crane/At Sea Again (3:32)

  • A surprising change of music for a surprising new kind of enemy Stand.

11. Battle Music (2:54)

  • This music helps show the fierce, fighting strength of JoJo and his new friends.

12. In The Mirror (1:41)

  • There is something strange that cannot be seen, and Polnareff is not at ease.

13. Polnareff Searches (1:07)

  • Polnareff is deeply hurt by his sister's death and he's determined to find her killer.

14. J. Geil and the Snake (1:04)

  • Hol Horse and J. Geil are truly sick and evil.

15. Polnareff's Feelings (4:59)

  • Polnareff feels he must pursue his own goals and leave his friends behind.

16. Sanskrit Chant (00:54)

  • This music tries to capture the flavor of the land, the world these characters are venturing into.

17. Hanged Man Enters (2:59)

  • Ruthless and almost invisible, Hanged Man is everywhere you look.

18. Polnareff's Battle (1:11)

  • The speed and sharpness of Silver Chariot!

19. The Chase/Dying Impostor (1:44)

  • The evil Stands are also smart and elusive.

20. The Funeral (1:30)

  • A funeral song fit for a great and noble warrior.

21. Battle/Avdol/Calmness (5:13)

  • Everything in JoJo's world is not always as it seems, it's never over when you think it is.

22. Dark Tension (2:33)

  • Death and mystery shroud a city with a cold veil.

23. Enya's Last Words (4:05)

  • A powerful old woman is defeated, yet her secret dies with her.

24. JoJo's Counter-Attack (1:18)

  • JoJo grows in strength and mind with every battle.

25. Old Woman/Inn/She Knew (2:47)

  • Enya's beauty is cleverly disguised, or is it?

26. Crisis (00:57)

  • JoJo's theme in one of its many forms.

27. End Credits (2:35)

  • Is this the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end?

Total Running Time (60:47)

  • Titles and Descriptions with Comment from Marco

Comment from the Composer

When asked to work on this prequel for JoJo, after having first worked on the sequel many years earlier, I was very happy and excited. I thought this is just like Star War! Because of that, I knew the challenges were going to be the same. In scoring these episodes, I tried to keep the same themes for the main characters except a little less developed and orchestrated so that if all the episodes were to be played consecutively there would be a natural progression in the music. At the same time, I also wanted to use more contemporary technology and musical styles, so I used more guitars, electronics and modern beats than in the sequel. It's amazing that I have been a part of JoJo for more than 10 years! it has truly become an important part of my career. It's a bizarre adventure for sure, and I'm glad to be a part of it. I hope this music will help make you a part of it also.

—Marco d' Ambrosio

Credits[1]

  • Music Composed, Arranged and Produced by Marco d'Ambrosio (BMI)
  • Soundtrack Co-Produced by Terri d'Ambrosio
  • Remixed and Mastered by Mark Behm
  • Recorded and Mastered at MarcoCo. Studios
  • Illustration: Junichi Hayama

References

  1. http://vgmdb.net/album/47926

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