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First up, from Soul Blade (the very first Soul series game) is Moonlight Shadows...
Next is Soulcalibur, and with it we have Beyond the Horizon...
From Soulcalibur II... well, we have a LOT.
The intro theme, Under the Stars of Destiny.
A VERY special nod to Raise Thy Sword... seriously, just listen.
Hubris. And the reprise is just... amazing.
No Turning Back.
And then Brave Sword, Braver Soul, History Unfolds, and Guided By the Wind, for a real pick-me-up. Ordinary Pain for that feeling of falling down something... really matches the stage.
Healing Winds is excellent.
And the GameCube version had, for a very long time, the most epic version of the The Legend of Zelda Overworld Theme ever.
Hellfire. In a word, EPIC!
Destiny Awaits No One, hands down. Sword of the Patriot, too.
Maze of the Blade and Labyrinth of Moonlight from the Weapon Master dungeons.
Nothing to Lose.
Soulcalibur III also has a great selection. A great many were remade songs from Soul Calibur 1.
Through Molten Caves...
The New Legend...
and Forsaken Sanctuary.
Another one that's neglected is Ephemeral Dream.
Courage Ablaze is good too—despite being the theme of That One Boss in Chronicles of the Sword mode.
The Cursed Image.
Many of the tunes found in this game originated from the original Soulcalibur. That being said, feast your ears on If There Were Any Other Way, which was carried over from II.
III's rendition of Sail Over The Storm, as well as Water Dance and Endless Warfare.
The Blade Seeker. Suitable for a badass samurai like Mitsurugi.
World Distortion, the horrendous, terrifying theme of Night Terror. How fitting.
Time Marches On, Zasalamel's theme.
For more subdued music, Radiant Souls, from character creation and Healing Winds, from the Gallery, have you covered.
The beautiful music for Xianghua's Lotus Garden stage, Water Dance
Beyond the Horizon
Even the ugly Astaroth gets one in Bred From the Gap.
Soulcalibur IV carries on with fantastic music... including Gigantesque...
While Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny was an Obvious Beta, it still gave us this little piece which is Midnight Mystique, Dampierre's theme.
Soul Calibur V has given fans this masterpiece from Ezio's debut trailer: Assassin's Creed the ''SCV'' remix of "Venice Rooftops". It also serves as Ezio's theme, and retains the vibe while becoming more fast paced to fit the Assassins Creed II Soulcalibur atmosphere.
Soul Calibur V also has individual character themes. For instance, Z.W.E.I.'s theme, "Sleepless: The Untamed Beast", is an absolutely thumping, filmic strings/brass arrangement.
Mitsurugi's "The Invincible Blade", Xiba's "A High-Spirited Tiger", and Viola's "Wandering Seer" are more examples of awesome music. Algol's "Regalia" could count as well, despite how different is is.
Mischievous Whispers, Tira's theme: whimsical, but with a twinge of uncertainty and sinister intent - perfect for the shadowy chessmaster she becomes.
"Samsara: The Wheel of Eternity". It will help ease the pain when you're getting your ass kicked by Kilik in Legendary Souls.
Maxi's theme, "Let My Soul Burn", which pays a little tribute to "Sail Over the Storm" in its intro.
Sacred Dawn, Elysium's theme. Despite the elegant, majestic feel of the piece, it really drives home the fact that the holy sword is no longer the salvation it once was.
From the story mode we get "The Breeze At Dawn".