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The Suspended Doll is a piece of music composed for Resident Evil CODE:Veronica. It was first released as part of the BIOHAZARD CODE:Veronica ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK. It also appears in the expanded BIOHAZARD CODE:Veronica Complete ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK.

Music information

Composition of all music for Resident Evil CODE:Veronica was handled by Nextech composers Takeshi Miura; Hijiri Anze and Sanae Kasahara, though it is uncertain who composed this track in particular.[2]

In-game usage

It's used for the rooms inside Private Residence, before the twins' bedrooms.

Sources

  1. biohazard SOUND CHRONICLE BEST TRACK BOX. Spotify. Retrieved on 2019-07-22.
  2. Biohazard -Code: Veronica- Original Soundtrack. VGMDb. Retrieved on 2019-05-20.
Preceded by
Lachrymal
BIOHAZARD CODE:Veronica ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK
2000
Succeeded by
One-man Show
Preceded by
Lachrymal
BIOHAZARD CODE:Veronica Complete ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK, disk 1
2000
Succeeded by
One-man Show
Preceded by
Lachrymal
Biohazard CODE:Veronica Best Track Collection (part of the biohazard SOUND CHRONICLE)
2005
Succeeded by
Pandora's Box
Preceded by
Lachrymal
Ten Years of Resident Evil - The Official Soundtrack
March 2007
Succeeded by
The Theme of Nosferatu
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