Final Fantasy X-2: Original soundtrack
Name: Final Fantasy X-2
Facts / description
Double-CD album containing the soundtrack to PlayStation 2 game, "Final Fantasy X-2," which is a sequel to FFX based upon the same premise.
CD 1 01 - Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~ 02 - Real Emotion ~FFX-2 Mix~ 03 - YuRiPa Battle 1 04 - Yuna's Theme 05 - YuRiPa Battle 2 06 - Mission Complete 07 - Sphere Hunter ~Seagull Group~ 08 - Mission Start 09 - Gagazet Mountain 10 - YuRiPa Battle 3 11 - Game Over 12 - Sir Rupuran Has Everything! 13 - I'll Give You Something Hot! 14 - Shuin's Theme 15 - Besaid 16 - Kilika 17 - Luca 18 - Mi'ihen Highway 19 - Mushroom Rock Road 20 - Young Alliance 21 - Machine Faction 22 - Guadosalam 23 - Thunder Plains 24 - Macalania Forest 25 - Bikanel Desert 26 - New Yevon Party 27 - Calm Lands 28 - Zanarkand Ruins 29 - Sphere Hunter 30 - Temple 31 - Tension CD2 01 - Seagull Group March 02 - Great Existence 03 - Good Night 04 - Anxiety 05 - Infiltration! 06 - Rikku's Theme 07 - Chocobo 08 - Paine's Theme 09 - Bevelle's Secret 10 - Under Bevelle 11 - Yuna's Ballad 12 - Help Store ~Seagull Group~ 13 - It's Our Turn Now! 14 - Labyrinth 15 - Confusion 16 - Summoned Beast 17 - Abyss of the Farplane 18 - Eternity ~Memory of Lightwave~ 19 - 1000 Words (Original Mix) 20 - Nightmare of a Cave 21 - Party 22 - Vegnagun Starting 23 - Clash 24 - Struggle to the Death 25 - Destruction 26 - Demise 27 - 1000 Words (Piano Version) 28 - Ending - ~Until the Day we Meet Again~ 29 - 1000 Words (Orchestra Version) 30 - Epilogue ~Reunion~
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Record created/updated: 23. September 2004.
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