Friday, September 14, 2007

FFVII ST Remix drops

The good people at OverClocked ReMix have put together an album featuring fan arrangements/remixes to 45 tracks from the PSX's Final Fantasy VII. FF7, arguably the most popular and beloved RPG on the PSX, (if not any console), featured a pretty intense soundtrack by Nobuo Uematsu. The soundtrack, originally composed using MIDI, was released in four cd's back in the day and remains a staple of videogame music history.

The album spans four discs, split up and themed for four releases from the FF7 Universe: "Crisis Core", "Dirge of Cerberus", "Advent Children", and "Last Order." Combined they have over 3 hours of music. These guys (and all of the fan remixers) have put a lot of work into this, and if you're a FF7 fan, you'll be happy to know it's all free to download. Check out Voices Of The Lifestream and you can grab a couple choice tracks or just take the whole 2.32gb torrent.

1 comment:

Larry "Liontamer" Oji said...

Hahaha! "Nerds crying when Aeris got killed." :-)

Thanks for the mention, Bishop!

Larry "Liontamer" Oji
Head Submissions Evaluator, OverClocked ReMix