KLab Inc has released the music for its head-to-head football mobile game, Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team, on digital storefronts from today.

The release comprises a total of 71 songs across five different albums, which includes familiar game title songs and battle songs, as well as the theme songs belonging to the players that appear in-game.

The albums are numbered as five separate volumes, containing between 12 and 16 tracks each, and can be played on your mobile phone, computer, or any other digital device that is capable of playing music.

Here are the list of digital stores which have the albums available for sale:

• iTunes Store
• Apple Music
• Amazon
• Amazon Music Unlimited
• music.jp STORE
• Oricon Music Store
• Spotify
• KKBOX
• Mora
• YouTube Music
• LINE MUSIC
• AWA
• SMART USEN
• Dwango.jp
• Rakuten Music
• Mysound
• Deezer
• PlayNetwork

“Thank you for your patience. The original soundtrack of Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team will finally be released,” said the KLab Sound Team. “It's a very voluminous album with 71 songs, so we would be happy if you could share your favourite songs and listen to them a lot. We will be adding new songs to the game in the future, so if you haven't played Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team yet, please take this opportunity to check it out.”

The KLab Sound Team is made up of sound professionals that produce music for each of KLab Games’ releases, including Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team, and is responsible for implementing it into the games. They also provide music to artists, perform live concerts in Japan, overseas, and at vocational schools.

And if you want to check out the game for yourself, you can download Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team from the iOS App Store and the Google Play for Android store, where it is a free to play game with in-app purchases.

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