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1) プレリュード
2) Opening: Bombing Mission
3) 魔晄炉
4) 不安な心
5) ティファのテã
6) パレットのテー
7) 急ã'!
8) 闇に潜む
9) 神羅カンパニãƒ
10) Let the Battles Begin!
11) ファンファーãƒ
12) 教会にå'²ãèŠ±
13) タークスのテãƒ
14) 腐ったピザのä¸
15) 虐ã'られた民è¡
16) Honeybee Inn
17) お前は... 誰だ
18) スラムのドン
19) 神羅ビル潜入
20) Fight On!
21) レッド13のテーãƒ
22) Crazy Motorcycle
23) 想いã‚'胸に
Cd 2
1) F.F.VIIメインテーマ
2) On Our Way
3) お休み、また明æ—
4) 5年前のあの日
5) Farm Boy
6) ワルツ・デ・チョ
7) Electric de Chocobo
8) シンコ・デ・チãƒ
9) é»'マントの男ã‚'追ã
10) 鷺の砦
11) Rufus's Welcoming Ceremony
12) 二本足で立つのã‚
13) 血の跡
14) J-E-N-O-V-A
15) つづきから
16) 太陽の海岸
17) 裏切り者の烙印
18) 炭坑の街
19) Gold Saucer
20) Cait Sith's Theme
21) 砂の流刑地
Cd 3
1) Cosmo Canyon
2) 生命の流れ
3) 偉大なる戦士
4) Descendant of Shinobi
5) 星に選ばれし者
6) 悪夢の始まり
7) Cid's Theme
8) タイニーブロンã
9) ウータイ
10) マテリアいただã
11) 本命穴チョコボ
12) フィドル・デ・ãƒ
13) 大当たりぃ~
14) 涙のタンゴ
15) 初舞台
16) 花火に消されたè¨
17) Forested Temple
18) 星の声が聞こえã‚
19) エアリスのテーãƒ
20) 雪に閉ざされて
21) 北の大空洞
22) リユニオン
23) 俺は...誰だ
Cd 4
1) 神羅軍総攻æ'ƒ
2) ウェポン襲来
3) 空駆けるハイウã
4) 深海に眠る秘密
5) 偏狭の村
6) 絶望の淵から
7) 山の向こうに
8) もっと急ã'!
9) 宇宙への夢
10) ç§'読み開始
11) 心開けば
12) 魔晄キャノン発å
13) 最期の日
14) 完全なるジェノã
15) 神の誕生
16) 片翼の天使
17) 星の危機
18) スタッフロール













































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1997

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Album Description
Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack album containing musical tracks from the game, composed by Nobuo Uematsu and produced by Uematsu and Minoru Akao. It was originally released on February 10, 1997 through DigiCube and later reissued directly by Square Enix on May 10, 2004. The soundtrack spans 85 tracks over four discs and has a combined duration of 4:39:53. A limited edition was produced along with the original album, containing illustrated liner notes with several pictures of Uematsu's workspace and personal effects, various cutscenes and in-game screen shots from the game, and a discography.

The soundtrack covers a wide variety of musical genres, including rock, techno, orchestral, and choral, although the soundtrack as a whole is primarily orchestral. While many of the tracks were intended as background music, reviewers noted the emotional intensity of several tracks, especially "Aerith's Theme", which plays during a moment described as "the most shocking moment in video games," and has been described as the most memorable track from the album. The theme has become popular among fans, and has inspired various arrangements. Other notable tracks include "Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII". Themes from this track play during several other tunes from the soundtrack, such as "Words Drowned by Fireworks", to tie the soundtrack together.

The regular edition of the album reached #3 on the Japan Oricon charts, while the limited edition reached #19. Overall, the album sold 148,000 copies as of January 2010. The album was well received by critics. Ben Schweitzer of RPGFan claimed that "for the most part, it's a diamond", with his primary complaint being the quality of the MIDI sound. He found the tracks to be "beautiful" and said that "One-Winged Angel" was "possibly the most innovative idea in the series' musical history". Patrick Gann of RPGFan concurred and found all of the soundtrack's tunes to be "memorable" and the Original Soundtrack to be "very worth the purchase". Philip of Square Enix Music Online, however, disliked the sound quality of the soundtrack and saw several tracks as "trivial", though he did note that Uematsu "has a flair for strong, memorable" pieces. In 2006, IGN ranked the album as the best Final Fantasy soundtrack to date and cited the "gripping" character themes and "One-Winged Angel" in particular as contributing factors. They also named "One-Winged Angel" as the best piece of music from the entire Final Fantasy series.

The original CDs for both releases were only published in Japan and include only Japanese track names. The official English track names were later added to digital releases of the soundtrack.


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