Catalog number: GHMR-001
Release date: April 20th, 2001
Composer: Masafumi Takada
This is the very virst printing of The Silver’s soundtrack under Grasshopper Manufacture Records; the track titles are arranged, in the back cover, to form a note (credited to Tokio Morishima) detailing the plot of the game. It is especially interesting because it confirms that Ryo Kazan, shadow protagonist of Moonlight Syndrome and serial killer in the Lunatics chapter, is in fact connected to Uehara Kamui and might be a product of the Kamui Maspro, something that will be hinted at in the Prequel Comic as well. Moreover, it implies that the urbanization of Hinashiro was, in fact, part of the development of the 24th Ward.
Due to the high demand, a reprint was issued for this soundtrack; it has the same contents and catalog number, but the cover, which you can see on the right, was slightly altered.
The back-cover note has been translated by Twitter user Steelballrunner.
The Silver Case – The case where the legendary killer Uehara Kamui repeatedly took out government officials. Morishima Tokio, unbeknownst to him, gets caught up in this “Silver Case.” An Investigation is secretly under way.Source.
This is no Recollection of the past. The ghost of Kamui takes the form of Kazan Ryo, the boy with the thorn in his side, who lived in the Hinashiro apartments, to be reborn in the modern 24th Ward.
An emergency deployment of a Public Security special ops unit. moon, you illuminate everything, as if you know all. The Cauliflower is a strange building.
Development of the 24th Ward was based on the new urban planning program, which was filled with architecture that could be called as 24 Modern, playing an eerie dissonance.
To an old-fashioned detective like Kusabi, the moaning of this city, giving off waves you might call (22]24 waves – the soundtrack of the 24th Ward – could be heard.
The apartment room where Furuya & Nakama hide silently, the child Kouichi, dreaming alone. Even now, the three virgins of Mikumo stare up with envy at Yukimura’s impressive “thing.” In a way, the Kinjo Building is the most dangerous place.
If you made your Decision, you should visit there. Akira? That’s your secret identity after your Disappearance. You always have to look at the case from a Neutral position. Look, Furuya is leaning towards dangerous ideologies.
The International Building is a symbolic building that could be called as Last 24. If you ever see the Triangle Towers, you’re getting closer to the truth about the case.
Oh man, my desktop isn’t doing that well. Maybe I’ll go to a Cafe or Jack Hammer then. The bartender there is really well-read. And he’s a gay masochist to boot. What a guy.
Man, I wanna see Erika. I wanna see her. Help me, man. I gotta be careful, because my conscience is sinking Underground. This is when I gotta be careful, the ghosts of The Silver Case will come back to haunt me.
It’s like a Silver Return. Can’t let them catch me. kill the past! Kill the past! Kill the past! KILL THE PAST. Don’t let the ghost of Kamui catch me. It’s a bit like paranoia.