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Final Fantasy Tactics OST

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Catalog Number: SSCX-10008 (reprint SQEX-10066/7)
Released On: June 21, 1997 (reprint March 24, 2006)
Composed By: Hitoshi Sakimoto, Masaharu Iwata
Arranged By: Hitoshi Sakimoto, Masaharu Iwata
Published By: DigiCube (reprint Square Enix)
Recorded At: Sound City, Tokyo
Format: 2 CDs
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Tracklist:

Disc One
01 - Bland Logo ~ Title Black
02 - Backborn Story
03 - P.R. Movie
04 - Character Introductions
05 - Character Making
06 - Prologue Movie
07 - Pray
08 - Enemy Attack
09 - Trisection
10 - Commander in Training
11 - Attack Team
12 - Unavoidable Battle
13 - Mission Complete
14 - Hero's Theme
15 - A Chapel
16 - Algus
17 - World Map
18 - Shop
19 - Warrior's Hideout
20 - Fur, Meat, and Bones Store
21 - Team Making
22 - Brave Story
23 - Pub
24 - Data Screen
25 - Desert Land
26 - Alma's Theme
27 - Cryptic Mood
28 - Decisive Battle
29 - Cry of Pain
30 - Remnants
31 - Anxiety
32 - Tension 1
33 - Game Over
34 - Tutorial
35 - Random Waltz
36 - Ovelia's Theme
37 - Apoplexy
38 - Zalbag, the Holy Knight
39 - Run Past Through the Plain
40 - Invasion
41 - Delita's Theme
42 - Back Fire
Total Time:
75'13"

Disc Two
01 - Memories
02 - Dycedarg's Theme
03 - Antipyretic
04 - Holy Angel's Theme
05 - Bloody Excrement
06 - And I Ran Away
07 - Espionage
08 - Kourin
09 - Ovelia's Worries
10 - Under the Stars
11 - Battle on the Bridge
12 - Count's Anger
13 - In Pursuit
14 - Shock!! ~ Failure
15 - Holy Angel's Theme DELUXE
16 - Cry of Pain!
17 - Requiem
18 - Terror 1
19 - The Impure
20 - Antidote
21 - Thunder God Cid
22 - Treasure
23 - Night Atack
24 - Terror 2
25 - Ultema, the Nice Body
26 - Ultema, the Perfect Body
27 - Fanfare
28 - Epilogue Movie
29 - Staff Credits
Total Time:
75'50"

Regarded by most as one of the finest works to come from Square, Final Fantasy Tactics is an OST that nobody should miss out on. Besides 3 or 4 Tracks, the entire OST is filled with fully orchestrated enhanced-MIDI music. There are no vocal tracks, but that's okay. This Soundtrack has a very neoclassical style running through it, another feature that is very important to the consumer. Speaking of the consumer, this 2 Disc set is very easy to find at online stores. In fact, many onlinestores have more of this Soundtrack in stock than they do the game that the soundtrack was written for! I give the Final Fantasy Tactics OST a 5 out of 5, two thumbs up, and every other high ranking known to man. It is the best soundtrack I own, and I don't believe that any other soundtrack known to man surpasses it yet as a whole...Though Chrono Cross could change that.

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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