SUGURI the Best

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SUGURI the Best
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Publication Information
  Artist(s)   Orange_Juice
  DEKU
  Publisher(s)   Fruitbat Factory
  DEKU
  Release date   December 31st, 2011JP
  January 6th, 2012Melonbooks
  December 28th, 2016iTunes
  March 7th, 2018Steam
  Catalog No.   ORDD-0014
  Format   CD, Digital
  Length   1 hr. 7 min.

SUGURI the Best was composed by DEKU and consists of 13 arranged "Best of" tracks from the Suguri series.

It was released as a CD album in Japan during Comiket 81, on December 31st, 2011.[1] Later, it was released in digital format on Melonbooks on January 6th, 2012.[2] Eventually, the album saw a release through western outlets though the iTunes Store and Amazon on December 28th, 2016[3][4] and on Steam, coinciding with the release of Acceleration of SUGURI 2, on March 7th, 2018.[5]

Track List[edit | edit source]

No. Name Preview Length
1 Daedalus 5:48
2 Menu 5:01
3 Green Bird 5:36
4 Gray Hued 4:16
5 First Encounter 6:08
6 Ice Cage 6:07
7 Stratosphere 5:14
8 Necessary 4:18
9 Rendezvous 7:16
10 Icarus 5:29
11 Sora no Kakera 3:26
12 Magical Girl of Miracles (instrumental) 4:17
13 Le Train 4:12
Notes
  1. Due to the fact that SUGURI the Best is composed of commercial music and not royalty free music, the full duration of each song will not be played on 100% Orange Juice Wiki. Only previews from DEKU's Spotify album will be shown.[6]

Additional Bonus[edit | edit source]

It was announced on June 21st, 2018 that anyone who purchased SUGURI the Best would have additional BGM options to select in their battles in Acceleration of SUGURI 2.[7] Owners of the soundtrack will be able to choose the following tracks before matches:

Additional BGMs for Acceleration of SUGURI 2
  • Daedalus
  • First Encounter
  • Gray Hued
  • Green Bird
  • Icarus
  • Ice Cage
  • Le Train
  • Magical Girl of Miracles - Instrumental
  • Necessary
  • Rendezvous
  • Stratosphere

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