Persona Soundtracks Hit Streaming Platforms, Instantly Improving My Day


As someone who relies heavily on Spotify to get through the boredom of working from home, my days just got a whole lot funkier with almost all of the Persona original soundtracks becoming available on the streaming platform. The legendary soundtracks are also available on Apple Music.

Music curation service AniPlaylist first reported on the release via Twitter, and quickly compiled the songs into a huge 746-track playlist, which includes tunes from Persona 2, Persona 3, Persona 4, Persona 5, Persona Q and Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and a handful of live recordings. I suggest going straight to this playlist as finding the tracks individually may prove difficult for non-Japanese speakers. You’ll also be able to access the tracks via the Atlus Sound Team’s Spotify page.

Unfortunately, if you are after tunes from the original Persona, Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight or Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight you are out of luck, with their soundtracks notably absent from the playlist.

I’m not even a big fan of the Persona series, but I can’t say no to this brilliant mix of finger-clicking jazz, sugar-sweet J-pop, heart-pounding battle themes and melodic soundscapes. It really is the perfect background soundtrack for work, study, or writing up articles on the Persona soundtrack.
If you want to make your day 110% cooler, you can find AniPlaylist’s Persona OST playlist right here.

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