Various Artists |
Lena Raine (mastered by)
01 • Forsaken City (Sever the Skyline Mix)
Composed by Lena Raine
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Celeste B-Sides is the official release of the soundtrack from Celeste's B-Sides and C-Sides. It is mastered by Lena Raine, and based off the A-Side music she wrote, but is otherwise remixed and performed by various other artists: Maxo, composer of Chordslayer, Ben Prunty, composer of FTL, Christa Lee, composer of Welcome to the Fantasy Zone, in love with a ghost, composer of Healing, 2 Mello, composer of Read-Only Memories, Jukio Kallio, composer of Nuclera Throne, Kuraine, composer of Singularity, and Matthewせいじ (pronounced Matthew Seiji), composer of Opus Magnum.
It is available on a variety of platforms, notably on Bandcamp (where 24-bit FLACs may be downloaded), but also on iTunes, most digital download stores and most digital streaming services.
All B-Side soundtracks are included within this album; however, Cassette Tape 8-bit remixes featured at the end of every B-Side is instead included in the Madeline's Grab Bag album, which is offered for free on Bandcamp. The A-Sides have their soundtrack in the Celeste OST album, whilst Farewell's soundtrack is included in a different album, Celeste: Farewell OST. In addition to the B-Sides soundtrack, a development version of Forsaken City's soundtrack is included as "Area 1 Demo".
Track listing[edit | edit source]
First Steps (Sever the Skyline Mix)[edit | edit source]
Resurrections (Black Moonrise Mix)[edit | edit source]
Celestial Resort (Good Karma Mix)[edit | edit source]
Golden Ridge (Golden Feather Mix)[edit | edit source]
Mirror Temple (Mirror Magic Mix)[edit | edit source]
Reflection (Center of the Earth Mix)[edit | edit source]
Summit (No More Running Mix)[edit | edit source]
The Core (Say Goodbye Mix)[edit | edit source]
(Bonus) Area 1 Demo[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Despite "Area 1 Demo" being the prototype version of First Steps, it's listed under the B-Sides soundtrack for odd reasons.
- The text for Matthewせいじ is pre-rendered as a PNG file instead of loaded using a font. This is because Celeste does not render Japanese fonts whilst playing in languages other than Japanese, Chinese and Korean.
- This also explains why the entire string of text is rendered in a different font (instead of solely the Japanese hiragana).