Label: DigiCube - SSCX-10047 • Format: CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack, Modern Classical
Now, with the OST Plus you get songs from the full-motion video (FMV) sequences (tracks 1 - 29), three in-game songs (tracks 30 - 32), and a couple of arranged versions from the FF IX OST (tracks 33 - 38, and 41), and finally, as a bonus track you'll get a remixed version of "Melodies of Life" (42). I'm not quite sure where tracks 39 and
Products represented Final Fantasy IX Catalog Number SSCX~6 Release Date Publish Format Commercial Release Price JPY Media Format 4 CD Classification Original Soundtrack Published by DigiCube Composed by Nobuo Uematsu Arranged by Nobuo Uematsu, Shiro Hamaguchi, Kunihiko Kurosawa Performed by Emiko Shiratori, Kunihiko.
The soundtrack to the early-'70s underground cartoon hit, based on an R. Crumb character, was produced by Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin, who also ended up writing much of the material. Most of it's funky instrumental soul-jazz, with contributions by Price: $
Nobuo Uematsu would have deserved quite a long break upon completion of his work for the ninth game in the Final Fantasy series. Despite having already written Final Fantasy IX's standard soundtrack of a quality which we would have come to expect, Uematsu took his composing a step further. Rather than relying upon existing soundtrack music to accompany the game's full motion videos, he decided to .
Bootleg (CD) published by Miya Records on containing original soundtrack, prototype/unused from Final Fantasy IX with compositions by Nobuo Uematsu performed by Emiko Shiratori, Kunihiko Kurosawa, Haruo Kondo.
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