Play for Japan Album now available!

I know, I know, this isn’t directly Sega related, but I still think it’s my duty to inform as many people as I can about this. You heard of ‘Play for Japan’, right? It’s an organisation formed by the videogame industry to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan back in March. Now, they have released a CD which can be found on iTunes and other places, so if you have ten bucks to spare, you can get yourself some great videogame music from the likes of Nobuo Uematsu and Akira Yamaoka! All proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross of Japan, so it is a good deed, indeed! At the moment, the Album is available in the US, UK and Canada, but I can confirm that it’s available in Europe too! It’s also available in Amazon and the worldwide release for the other territories is going to be on July 15th! Check for the full list of tracks after the jump!

[Source: Play for Japan]

  • Akira Yamaoka (Shadows of the Damned) | “Ex Animo”
  • Arthur Inasi (Harmonix) | “We Are One”
  • Bear McCreary (SOCOM 4) | “Maverick Regeneration”
  • Chance Thomas (Lord of the Rings Online) | “Rise Up”
  • Hip Tanaka.? (Metroid) | “HVC-1384?
  • Inon Zur feat. The Lyris Quartet (Dragon Age) | “Remember
  • Jason Graves (Dead Space) | “Necromancer”
  • Koji Kondo (Super Mario Bros.) | “Super Mario Medley On Two Pianos”
  • Laura Karpman (Everquest II) w/Lisbeth Scott | “Pine Wind Sound
  • Laura Shigihara (Plants vs. Zombies) | “Jump
  • Mitsuto Suzuki (The 3rd Birthday) |Play for You”
  • Nobuko Toda (Metal Gear Solid 4) | “Reminiscence”
  • Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy) | “Every New Morning
  • Penka Kouneva (Prince of Persia) | “White Cloud”
  • Sean Murray (Call of Duty) |The Temple Stone”
  • Tommy Tallarico (Advent Rising) | “Greater Lights
  • Woody Jackson (Red Dead Redemption) | “Moshi Moshi”
  • Yasunori Mitsuda (Chrono Trigger) | “Dimension Break”
  • grolt

    Not a single SEGA property on there? I thought they were big supporters. Cool to see The 3rd Birthday there.

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