Composed by , new arrangement also by Junya Nakano. I didn't look into it yet to see how difficult it would be to choose for each one. Reviewed by: With perhaps the most unique game in Square's ever so famous Final Fantasy series, comes what might as well be the most unique soundtrack of the same. The Safe House of Reburan 06 - Ryukku Theme 07 - Chocobo 08 - Pine Theme 09 - The Secret of Bebel 10 - Under Bebel 11 - Yuna's Ballade 12 - Gull Group Help House 13 - Let's Stand By, It Is Our Turn 14 - Maze 15 - Confusion 16 - Summons 17 - Abyss of The Other World 18 - Memory of Light and Wave 19 - 1000 Words 20 - The Nightmare of the Cave 21 - Akagi's Team 22 - The Start of Vegunagan 23 - Impact 24 - Mortal Combat 25 - Destruction 26 - The End 27 - 1000 Words 28 - Ending - Till the Day We Will Meet Again 29 - 1000 Words 30 - Epilogue - Reunion Final Fantasy X-2 Original Sound Track Japanese Disk One 1. The tracks are completely new arrangements and totally change the tone of the originals. Final Fantasy X-2 Original Sound Track English Disk One 01 - Memory of Light and Wave 02 - Real Emotion 03 - Yuripa Fight No.
These samples are provided to give users the idea of music. None of the pieces from the Final Fantasy X soundtrack were re-used in X-2. All users should delete the content as soon as they view it. Gagazet, Besaid, and a good few of the action tacks. Grand Maester Mika 02:36 34. Composed by Junya Naknao, new arrangement also by Junya Nakano. However, like the Original Soundtrack version, it conveys the underlying tone of Final Fantasy X-2, and it is dramatic, picking up its tempo in the second half of the track.
The Burning Sands 04:05 59. This is one piece that is supposed to be pastel and delicate. If you are a true and faithful Final Fantasy fan, and a lover of its music, then you should have this in your collection just for the hell of it. Those runs will have you up all night, especially if you want to play them perfectly! The length is nearly doubled from that of the original version. Speaking of ending tuneage, the ending theme seems to take on a little bit of a Disney style, giving the impression that this game's ending is happier than that of its predecessor.
In the end though, the soundtrack is still a worthy purchase, but not if the price tag is high. Flash Over 3:02 Copyright © 2019 · All Rights Reserved · Download Soundtracks Disclaimer! The original one is generally softer and more subtle, where the Arranged one has stronger melodies. Piano virtuosi, prepared to be floored! Fight With Seymour 05:47 86. Kuon-killer to Nami no Kioku 2. Beyond The Darkness 02:17 82. The shaking of the idiophone instrument in the background is de-emphasized. The Youth League 02:39 101.
We've come a long way from the 8-bit days of the original Mario, Zelda, and Tetris tunes. The Temple Players 02:34 55. One can only imagine though, that a few of these more upbeat songs are more fitting to some of the game's out of the ordinary minigames - which include massaging and dancing, to name two. Matsueda and Eguchi composed and arranged the track. However, oddly enough, the messy flamboyant style of this score is what makes it weirdly appealing.
Therefore, I wasn't expecting anything too fantastic with this track; perhaps just a more gracious version of an already-pretty piano score. Some people might like them but they are in fact very different than the original tracks It really depends on which song for me. Composed by Masashi Hamauzu, new arrangement also by Masashi Hamauzu. The pieces listed above are good, but not great. The minor key and flowing arpeggios add to the melancholy and mysterious feel of the track, a track that reflects the underlying tone of the game. Fast-paced, energetic, with some nice background percussion elements and a tinge of techno. Different doesn't mean better or worse, just different.
In the piano version, there is a continual crescendo and decrescendo that make the score all the more enticing and invigorating. All other songs are in their original version. The sound quality on this sound track is some of the better synth I have heard in a long time. So please purchase the albums before downloading. It does, however, portray the Calm Lands, and Spira itself, in the new light that has basked the once terror-ridden world: the carefree, careless light, where people can now enjoy life instead of hiding in fear from Sin.
Like all tracks with vocals on the album, it was not rearranged. The singles, Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collection- Paine, Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collection- Rikku, and Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collection- Yuna, were released by Avex on July 16, 2003. All too much of the soundtrack is filled with tracks that are either bland, or unfulfilled. The odd but delicious harmony proves difficult to master, but it'd most definitely be worth it. The Travel Agency 03:04 42. Used during certain critical battles and during the fights with and. Some of the music also falls into an odd and not often seen category of orchestral semi-dissonance.