Sonic the Hedgehog Vocal Traxx: Several Wills

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Sonic the Hedgehog Vocal Traxx: Several Wills
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released January 10, 2007 (2007-01-10)
Genre Rapcore, hard rock, techno, rock
Length 34:11
Language Japanese
English
Label WaveMaster Entertainment
Producer Jun Senoue
Sonic the Hedgehog 2006 Soundtrack chronology
Sonic Riders Original Soundtrack "Speedbeats Grand Prix"
(2006)
Sonic the Hedgehog Vocal Traxx: Several Wills
(2007)
Sonic the Hedgehog: Original Sound Track
(2007)

Sonic the Hedgehog Vocal Traxx: Several Wills (ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ ヴォーカル・トラックス セヴラル・ウィルス Sonikku za Hejjihoggu Vōkaru Torakkusu Sevuraru Wirusu?) is the official vocal songs soundtrack for the video game Sonic The Hedgehog released on November 14, 2006.

Album Information[edit]

It features four vocal tracks that were featured in the game and three bonus tracks exclusive to this release. Two vocal songs from the game are noticeably absent, they being "Sweet Dream ~AKON '06 Mix~" (English) and "Sweet Sweet Sweet ~AKON '06 Mix~" (Japanese) by the J-Pop group Dreams Come True which were remixed by rap vocalist Akon.

"Sweet Sweet Sweet ~AKON '06 Mix~" was released on a CD single exclusively in Japan, while "Sweet Dream ~AKON '06 Mix~" was released exclusively on Japan's iTunes Store.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "His World" by Ali Tabatabaee & Matty Lewis from Zebrahead
  2. "Dreams of an Absolution" by Lee Brotherton (Remix Factory)
  3. "All Hail Shadow" by Crush 40
  4. "My Destiny" by Donna De Lory
  5. "His World" by Zebrahead
  6. "Dreams of an Absolution (LB vs. JS Remix)" by Lee Brotherton & Jun Senoue
  7. "His World" by Crush 40

Credits[edit]

His World[edit]

Performed by Ali Tabatabaee & Matty Lewis from Zebrahead
Composed by Tomoya Ohtani, the game's sound director.
Johnny Gioeli wrote the lyrics for chorus section and Ali Tabatabaee did the rap lyrics.

The main theme for the game and also Sonic The Hedgehog's theme. Several Wills features three versions of the song - the first being the actual version used in the game with vocals provided by Zebrahead members Ali Tabatabaee & Matty Lewis.

The second version of His World (track 5 on the disc) is performed by all members of Zebrahead. The third version is performed by Crush 40, led by Hardline vocalist Johnny Gioeli and SEGA music producer Jun Senoue. The Crush 40 version was arranged by Johnny Gioeli and features engineering by Lee Brotherton (aka Bentley Jones). Lee Brotherton also did a Balled version called "His World Blue Prelude" as the main theme of the Summer of Sonic 2008 event, held in London, which was a year after the release of Several Wills.

The song was used numerous times in the game in different arrangements, such as the second phase of the Solaris battle. An instrumental version of His World appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Dreams Of An Absolution[edit]

Performed by Lee Brotherton from Remix Factory
Composed by Mariko Nanba of Wave Master, arranged by Tomoya Ohtani. Lyrics by Lee Brotherton.

The theme for Silver the Hedgehog. Performed and mixed by long-time Sonic music remixer Lee Brotherton (aka Bentley Jones) of the popular remix group, Remix Factory. Brotherton has also worked on previous Sonic games, such as Shadow The Hedgehog and Sonic Rivals. He also produced and arranged the "LB vs. JS Remix" which features Jun Senoue on guitars.

All Hail Shadow[edit]

Performed by Crush 40
Produced by Tomoya Ohtani.

The theme for Shadow the Hedgehog. This version is actually a remake of a song from a previous game in the series, Shadow the Hedgehog. The song was originally performed by Magna-Fi.

My Destiny[edit]

Performed by Donna De Lory
Composed by Mariko Namba and arranged by Takahiro Eguchi.

The theme for the game's female protagonist, Princess Elise. This song was played during the final end credits of the game.

A karaoke (instrumental) version of the song appears as a hidden track on Disc 3 of the Sonic the Hedgehog: Original Sound Track.

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