The release of Pokémon Sun and Moon marked the twentieth anniversary for the Pokémon GO game in a successful way. Having been released on November 18, 2016, Sun and Moon takes place in a fictional region of Alola. As Pokémon GO players are role playing the trainer in the game, a considerable number of them have fallen in love with the Pokémon Sun and Moon Soundtrack.
Instead of having to take on the Pokémon adventure using the Nintendo 3DS family of systems to listen to the sounds of Alola, you can now only use your iPhone or iPad. That is, the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon music is on iTunes.
Inspiration Behind Pokémon Sun and Moon Soundtrack
A little background check into the soundtrack and it turns out the music draws inspiration from the sounds of the Hawaiian Island. The collection on iTunes features all the tracks that plays in the background as you explore the Alola region and its islands. The tracks are 175 in total and of high sound quality.
To get the Pokémon Sun and Moon Soundtrack, search for Pokémon Sun & Pokémon Moon: Super Music Collection. After that, you will have a decision to make on whether to buy a sing song at $0.99 or the entire album at $9.99. without much thought on this, the latter option will give you value for your money hands down.
This latest release of the Sun and Moon music on iTunes is just a continuation of what Niantic has been doing in the past. You can access the previous albums of Pokémon on iTunes as well. As a result, it is upon you to decide whether you want to buy them all or not.