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Ollie King Original Soundtrack (オーリーキング オリジナルサウンドトラック Ōrī Kingu Orijinaru Saundotorakku?) is the soundtrack release of Ollie King. It released on May 12, 2004, and would see a digital release in the following years. It consists of six songs that appear in the game, one that went unused, and three extra remixes, all composed by Hideki Naganuma. The soundtrack was published by Wave Master and was distributed by Avex Distribution Inc.

In October 2023, the soundtrack along with the digital releases of Jet Set Radio and Jet Set Radio Future's soundtrack were delisted on some streaming sites for unknown reasons. While both Jet Set Radio albums returned quickly, Ollie King has yet to make a comeback.

Tracklist[]

  1. Boarder 70 (3:44)
  2. Let It Go (3:57)
  3. Too Fast (3:28)
  4. Funk to the Top (3:07)
  5. Brother Goes Away (3:41)
  6. Teknopathetic (e-Pop 'n' Disco 80's Mix) (5:41)
  7. The Concept of Love (The Concept of Passion Mix) (4:41)
  8. Boarder 70 (Somethin' Jazzy for Your Mind Mix) (4:35)
  9. Ollie Groove #1 (0:11)
  10. Ollie Groove #2 (0:12)

Production credits[]

"Ollie King" Game Staff[]

  • Executive Producer: Toshihiro Nagoshi (Amusement Vision)
  • Producer: Masayoshi Kikuchi (Amusement Vision)
  • Director: Masayoshi Yokoyama (Amusement Vision)
  • Sound Producer: Hideki Naganuma (Amusement Vision)

Soundtrack Staff[]

  • Producer: Kazuo Koizumi
  • Director: Takashi Endoh
  • Mastered by: Tatsuya Akutsu (EES Studios)
  • Design: Akira Yamanaka (Amusement Vision), Akiko Yoshizawa (Amusement Vision), Hiroyuki Arai

Wave Master Entertainment Label Staff[]

  • Executive Producer: Fumitaka Shibata
  • Special Coordinator: Yukifumi Makino
  • Promoter: Yasuyuki Tsukamoto, Sachiko Ochi
  • Sales Promoter: Yuma Tsukura (avex distribution)
  • Many Thanks to: Koji Ueda (Amusement Vision), Massi Otoshi (Amusement Vision)

Commentary[]

For the soundtrack's release, Hideki Naganuma decided to provide commentary on eight of the songs he composed for the game. Masayoshi Kikuchi and Masayoshi Yokoyama would also lend words on the soundtrack. Click here to read them.

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Trivia[]

  • Similar to the Jet Set Radio Original Sound Tracks release, the soundtrack release of Ollie King comes with some bonus content on the CD.
    • Bonus content includes: Six wallpapers, character icons, and a movie.
  • The song, "Brother Goes Away" went unused in Ollie King.
  • According to Naganuma, his favorite tracks from Ollie King are 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8[1]
    • His top two favorites are his remix of "Teknopathetic" and "Brother Goes Away".[2]
  • Since the soundtrack release of Ollie King is the only game that Naganuma solely composed for, he also considered it as his solo album.[3]
  • "Brother Goes Away", and the remixes of "The Concept of Love", "Teknopathetic", and "Boarder 70" do not appear in Ollie King. "Brother Goes Away" was intended to appear in the game by being the stage theme for Kyoto but was replaced by "Too Fast". The other 3 have no confirmation if they were intended appear or were simply just three bonus remixes made for the game's soundtrack release.

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