Episode 54: The Music of Final Fantasy

 

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The Final Fantasy series is celebrated not only for it’s engaging characters, powerful storylines, and impressive graphics, but it’s wonderful music as well. Composers like Kenji Ito and Ryuji Sasai have lent their talents to the games, along with the incomparable Nobuo Uematsu.  Join Paladin Mike, Dark Mage Ed, and Quest Party Member Todd as they embark upon a musical journey through some of their favorite Final Fantasy titles!

(We apologize for the incidental echo-like effect on Ed’s voice that pops up a few times during the show. Both microphones were picking him up at the same time.  We didn’t feel it was bad enough that we had to cancel the episode, though.)

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The Tracklist:

Format: Game Title (Year) (System) – Track Title – Composer(s)

1 – Final Fantasy IV (1991) (SNES) – “Fight 1” – Nobuo Uematsu

2 –  Final Fantasy Legend 2 (1991) (Game Boy) – “Theme of a New God” – Nobuo Uematsu, Kenji Ito

3 – Final Fantasy Mystic Quest (October 1992) (SNES) – “Battle Theme 1” – Ryuji Sasai, Yasuhiro Kawakami

4 – Final Fantasy V (1992) (SNES) – “Tenderness in the Air” – Nobuo Uematsu

5 – Final Fantasy VI (1994) (SNES) – “Edgar and Sabin” – Nobuo Uematsu

6 – Final Fantasy VII (1997) (PSX) – “Cosmo Canyon” – Nobuo Uematsu

7 – Final Fantasy VIII (1999) (PSX) – “Balamb Garden” – Nobuo Uematsu

8 – Final Fantasy IX (2000) (PSX) – “Jesters of the Moon” – Nobuo Uematsu

9 – Final Fantasy X (2001) (PS2) – “Auron’s Theme” – Nobuo Uematsu

10 – Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core (2008) (PSP) – “SOLDIER Battle” – Takaharu Ishimoto

11 – Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light (DS) (2010) – “Strong Enemy” – Naoshi Mizuta

12 – Final Fantasy Dissidia Duodecim 012 (PSP) (2011) – “Chaos Shrine”  – Takeharu Ishimoto

 

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