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Last updated: 7.May, 2017.
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Final Fantasy 8: Original soundtrack

Game info

Name: Final Fantasy 8
Alternate name: FF8 (informal title); Final Fantasy VIII
Characteristics: Adventure, 3rd-Person Perspective, Anime / Manga, Medieval Fantasy, Role-Playing (RPG), Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publishers: Electronic Arts, Eidos Interactive, Square, Squaresoft, Square EA
Developers: Square, Squaresoft, Square Soft
Original/port composer: Nobuo Uematsu
Platforms:
PlayStation (11 Feb 1999) - Japan
PlayStation (07 Sep 1999) - United States
PC Windows (2000) - Europe
PC Windows (26 Jan 2000)
PlayStation (29 Sep 2000) - Europe

Music info

Released: 01 Mar 1999
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Nobuo Uematsu
Music type: Original soundtrack
My rating: 8/10
Num of tunes: 74
Num of CDs: 4
Catalogue Nr.: SSCX-10028
Play time: 4:08:47 (est)

My info

Final Fantasy 8, one of the best Final Fantasy games (musically), and it's full 4-CD soundtrack. Expect cool adventurous tunes with some faster includings, common Final Fantasy themes and a lot more. Also leading and ending singing themes are cool. There are sure better soundtracks in the world, but FF8 OST sure means 4 CD of very good music! [8/10]



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Tracklist

Disc 1 - Playing Time  1:01:53
01 Liberi Fatali  3:07
02 Balamb GARDEN  3:29
03 Blue Fields  2:54
04 Don't be Afraid  2:52
05 The Winner  1:07
06 Find Your Way  3:47
07 SeeD  4:16
08 The Landing  4:36
09 Starting Up  1:19
10 Force Your Way  3:53
11 The Loser  1:26
12 Never Look Back  3:23
13 Dead End  1:11
14 Breezy  2:43
15 Shuffle or Boogie  2:04
16 Waltz for the Moon  3:00
17 Tell Me  3:24
18 Fear  2:24
19 The Man with the Machine Gun  2:49
20 Julia  1:23
21 Roses and Wine  2:18
22 Junction  1:37
23 Timber Owls  2:51

Disc 2 - Playing Time  1:02:19
01 My Mind  3:12
02 The Mission  3:36
03 Martial Law  3:48
04 Cactus Jack (Galbadian Anthem)  1:30
05 Only a Plank Between One and Perdition  2:24
06 SUCCESSION OF WITCHES  3:18
07 Galbadia GARDEN  3:37
08 Unrest  2:36
09 Under Her Control  3:30
10 The Stage is Set  3:39
11 A Sacrifice  3:26
12 FITHOS LUSEC WECOS VINOSEC  4:33
13 Intruders  2:31
14 Permonition  4:36
15 Wounded  53
16 Fragments of Memories  3:13
17 Jailed  3:50
18 Rivals  3:30
19 Ami  4:37

Disc 3 - Playing Time  1:03:25
01 The Spy  3:46
02 Retaliation  45
03 Movin'  5:18
04 Blue Sky  44
05 Drifting  2:56
06 Heresy  4:10
07 Fisherman's Horizon  3:35
08 ODEKA ke Chocobo  1:15
09 Where I Belong  3:40
10 The Oath  3:25
11 Slide Show Part1  1:23
12 Slide Show Part2  1:47
13 Love Grows  4:28
14 The Salt Flats  3:36
15 Trust Me  3:13
16 Silence and Motion  5:47
17 Dance with the Balamb-fish  3:39
18 Tears of the moon  1:12
19 Residents  3:08
20 Eyes On Me  5:38

Disc 4 - Playing Time  1:01:10
01 Mods de Chocobo (featuring N's Telecaster)  2:24
02 Ride On  3:03
03 Truth  3:40
04 Lunatic Pandora  3:28
05 Compression of Time  4:34
06 The Castle  5:19
07 The Legendary Beast  5:50
08 Maybe I'm a Lion  5:35
09 The Extreme  6:44
10 The Successor  3:37
11 Ending Theme  13:20
12 Overture  3:36

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Record created/updated: 23. September 2004.
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