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Sound of Death Note is the original soundtrack for the live-action film Death Note and the first soundtrack for the Death Note live-action film series. It was composed and arranged by Kenji Kawai.

Track listingEdit

TrackTitleLength[2]
01 A Heart attack 4:37
02 A Dispute 1:36
03 Confused 0:50
04 Realize the Limitations 1:27
05 Disturbance 2:21
06 …In the Heart 0:56
07 Astonishment 0:36
08 A Reality 3:15
09 Logic 1:37
10 A Challenge 2:43
11 Make a Noise in The World 0:33
12 A Shadow 1:06
13 The Test 3:33
14 Give the Right Answer 1:13
15 Reasoning Powers 0:57
16 Carry Out a Plan 3:20
17 Memo Paper 0:55
18 Be Cute 1:02
19 Impatience 3:11
20 An Image 1:20
21 Suspicion 1:19
22 Misunderstand 4:18
23 According to Plan 2:27
24 A Sacrifice 0:52
25 An Observer 1:22
26 Go Into Battle 1:21
27 untitled hidden track 0:28

Track 27 is an untitled hidden track sometimes referred to as a "message from Ryuk", but this is not a title. After about 13 seconds of silence, Ryuk speaks: "Hmm? You can hear my voice. Well then, I will tell you specially: Light's lifespan and L's name... I can see them."[3] The track is not included on the French release by Wasabi Records.[4]

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TriviaEdit

  • The soundtrack was originally priced at ¥2500.
  • At purchase, it also came with the original Japanese Death Note DVD.
  • Five tracks were later remixed and released on the Triple Club Re-mix soundtrack: 1. A Heart Attack (remixed twice), 5. Disturbance, 9. Logic, 17. Memo Paper, and 18. Be Cute.
  • The hidden track 27 is alternatively referred to as "Believe in Yourself" online, but it's unclear where this title comes from.[5]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. Listing at Discogs, retrieved October 10, 2017.
  2. Track lengths from Sound of Death Note listing at Discogs.com.
  3. Unofficially and roughly translated by Kylara.
  4. Discogs.com: Kenji Kawai ‎– Death Note Music Note Wasabi Records. Retrieved December 4th, 2018.
  5. The hidden track is referred to as "Believe in Yourself" on various sites, most notably on Wikipedia Death Note original soundtracks#Soundtracks of Death Note (retrieved November 25, 2018).
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