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" In your Belief" done by Tomoyo Mitani of fame, Dot Hack here.
The battle against Augus is set to the finale of Dvorak's "New World" Symphony.
" Wind" and " Fang", Yasha's themes.
" Divinity" and "Unleashed", Deus' themes.
" Bonds", the theme that plays when Yasha faces off against Wrath-Form Asura.
Surge of Mantra, used in the final battle to give Asura his second-to-last power up. It's very similar to White Light Majesty in this respect. And it is awesome for it.
The Theme of The Seven Deities
"Asura Unleashed", Asura's theme. Plays when Asura is ready to kick serious ass!
Vajra Asura vs. Vajra Deus. It is also used for the first part of the Chakravartin battle.
The Final battle used in fight against Vlitra's Core.
In Your Belief (Ethnic version) a very low key peice that plays in the episode recaps. Noted for being very -ish. Ōkami Ammy even cameos in one recap with this music.
A turn of events, where the golden spider
trolls the audience in the true ending. Even the theme for the options is awesome, if rather sombre and sad.
Lamentation ~ Momentary End, the credits theme for acts 1 and 2. A rather sad piece.
~Training of One's Past~ sounds very Street Fighter-ish with those guitar riffs in the background.
" One Who Spins Samsara" that plays during your last battle with Chakravartin.
Orphan wolf Legends: Bonds: The final version of Yasha's theme Used in the fight where he dies.
Aurora Borealis: Plays during the fight against Chakravartin in episode 19 and 22
Proceed to the Earth with a Decisive Battle.
The one who destroys the ring the theme where Asura becomes
Asura, THE DESTRUCTOR! From the Lost Episode DLC...
Collectively, if you listen carefully, many of these songs have the same feeling as "In Your Belief". That is probably what is most awesome about Asura's Wrath music: it has different variations of its main theme song, all of which not only make the scenes in which they play in that much more amazing, but beautiful, despite the dissonance.