Final Fantasy 7 - Soundtrack Reviews
Description:Genre: Soundtrack / Artist: Nobuo Uematsu / Soundtrack / Audio CD released at Square Soft / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Pr ... more
Final Fantasy 7 - Soundtrack ... Prelude
2 Opening: Bombing Mission
3 Makou Reactor
4 Anxious Heart
5 Tifa's Theme
6 Barett's Theme
8 Lurking in the Darkness
9 Shinra Company
12 Flowers Blooming in the Church
13 Turk's Theme
14 Underneath the Rotting Pizza
15 Oppressed People
16 Honeybee Manor
17 Who Are You?
18 Don of the Slums
19 Infiltrating Shin Ra Tower
20 Still More Fighting
21 Red Xiii's Theme
22 Crazy Motorcycle
23 Holding My Thoughts in My Heart
Disc #2 Tracklisting
1 Ffvii Main Theme
2 Ahead on Our Way
3 Good Night, Until Tomorrow
4 On That Day, 5 Years Ago
5 Farm Boy
6 Waltz de Chocobo
7 Electric de Chocobo
8 Cinco de Chocobo
9 Chasing the Black-Caped Man
10 Fortress of the Condor
11 Rufus' Welcoming Ceremony
12 It's Difficult to Stand on Both Feet, Isn't It?
13 Trail of Blood
14 J - E - N - O - V - A
16 Costa del Sol
17 Mark of the Traitor
18 Mining Town
19 Gold Saucer
20 Cait Chit's Theme
21 Sandy Badlands
Disc #3 Tracklisting
1 Cosmo Canyon
3 Great Warrior
4 Descendant of Shinobi
5 Those Chosen by the Planet
6 Nightmare's Beginning
7 Cid's Theme
8 Steal the Tiny Bronco!
10 Stolen Materia
11 Racing Chocobos - Place Your Bets
12 Fiddle de Chocobo
13 Great Success
14 Tango of Tears
16 Interrupted by Fireworks
17 Forested Temple
18 You Can Hear the Cry of the Planet
19 Aerith's Theme
20 Buried in the Snow
21 Great Northern Cave
23 Who Am I?
Disc #4 Tracklisting
1 Shinra Army Wages a Full-Scale Attack
2 Weapon Raid
3 Highwind Takes to the Skies
4 Secret, Sleeping in the Deep Sea
5 Parochial Town
6 Off the Edge of Despair
7 On the Other Side of the Mountain
8 Hurry Faster!
9 Sending a Dream into the Universe
10 Countdown Begins
11 If You Open Your Heart...
12 Makou Cannon Is Fired
13 Judgment Day
14 Jenova Absolute
15 Birth of God
16 One-Winged Angel
17 World Crisis
18 Staff Roll
Newest Review: ... violin like sounds that raise this song up in stature. The song is largely based on the older FF intros, seen as far back as ... more
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Customer Final Fantasy 7 - Soundtrack Reviews (6)
by - written on 30/03/12, updated on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 429 readings)
Here it is, the official, original soundtrack to 1997's record-breaking RPG classic, Final Fantasy VII made by Squaresoft. Created by veteran video game composer Nobuo Uematsu, the FFVII OST spans across 4 compact discs, averaging about 20 tracks each and adding up to a whopping 85 in total.. thats 4 and a half hours of recreational wonder. This is the real deal, the reason why more and more video game publishers simultaneously release soundtracks (The Limited Edition of 'Dark Souls' is a prime example). However not many people hold video game scores in high regard, the fact that they only really cater to those who enjoyed the game and go on further to hunt down the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/05 (Very useful, 225 readings)
One of the most popular video games of all time, Squaresoft’s ‘Final Fantasy VII’ was the first in the roleplaying Final Fantasy series to be released on the superior PlayStation console. With access to a greater potential game size and intricacy, not to mention 3-D graphics (albeit a little primitive), Final Fantasy VII still stands high above its sequels in terms of playability and addiction. Oh yes, and it also has the best soundtrack. ARRANGEMENT Nobuo Uematsu’s score was an integral part of the playing experience, its low-tech synthesised melodies and blips, as well as occasional ventures into grander territory, remaining memorable ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/09, updated on 23/07/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
It is almost impossible to play through Final Fantasy VII without not only acknowledging the music but also enjoying a great deal of it as well. It helps to evoke emotion during times of sadness, fills us with optimism and some of the tracks are just plain insane. Composed, arranged and produced by Nobuo Uematsu, the soundtrack consists on 85 tracks, which span over 4 disks. Every tune you hear in the game is available on this soundtrack and there are definitely some which will always stand out. As with all good game soundtracks, all of the characters have their own designated theme (whether official or not) and these are some of the more memorable ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/08 (Very useful, 48 readings)
A fine soundtrack, for a superb game, but from me this only receives 3 stars, and I shall tell you why in anecdotal form. The Story Back when I was a nipper in 1997, I received a postcard advertising the "long-awaited Final Fantasy sequel". If memory serves, it actually sported the picture that the soundtrack does, but anyway. Being the adventurous type (and the owner of a brand spanking new PlayStation), I went and paid £45 of the best money I've ever spent. What a game. To know more, go read the 100 reviews on it, that in itself should tell you how phenomenal that the game really is. Anyway, I'll fastforward a bit for you. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/12/09 (Useful, 12 readings)
Final Fantasy 7 has always been my favourite game in the series, thanks to both a touch of nostalgia and also the little things, like the sublime art style and hugely memorable soundtrack from series legend Nobuo Uematsu. Although his work that has followed has also been amazing, this is his best, in my opinion, reinforced by the fact that this album is now quite rare and very expensive to get a hold of! It would be difficult to review all FOUR discs in any real depth on here, so I will talk about some of my favourite tracks from the CDs instead: Disc 1: "The Prelude" is the credits song that's very serene and beautiful. It is ... Read the complete review
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